Daniel Hasson designed this luxurious apartment in Tel Aviv, quite shut to the sea. Interior inspires calmness and sophistication. Envisioned as a constant and unitary residing room, the residing/ social area opens to the sea. Walls have been replaced with floor-to-ceiling glass panels, permitting inhabitants to discover visually the infinite expanse of water. Decoration implied picking a fine assortment of Armani and Fendi Casa furniture, complemented by an intriguing palette of colours, ranging from flawless white to beige, gold and black. The floors, a minor bit glossy, add a sense of preciousness. Read More
This Sydney apartment renovation has avery clean rich color palette. The white and black surfaces deliver out the deep hues of the wood. I truly like all of the textures happening. I am also digging on all of textures occurring on the surfaces of this apartment. I don’t know why but I so drawn to the bathroom, so basic and clean. Read More
Watergraafsmeer Town Home Apartment by Chris Collaris, photograph: Tim van de Velde Read More
What do you believe makes a traveler’s apartment captivating? The French architects at Goodnova-Godiniaux have been commissioned by a globe-trotter to produce a creative dwelling, fit for a nomadic existence lover. With a complete surface of 150 square meters, the abode is packed full with ingenious design and style tips. It took almost two many years for the venture to be finalized, but the outcome is magnificent.
In the middle of the rectangle-shaped apartment layout, a module was designed, functionally dividing the interiors: ” Clad in a single materials (mutene timber), it provides continuity and consistency while the rooms that gravitate about it have their very own decoration: carpet of cement tiles in the kitchen, tartan mosaic in the shower room, bookshelf wall paper in the workplace, decorated tiles with balloons in the bathroom“. The most striking characteristic of the apartment is a massive pile of suitcases, supplying storage and inspiring the need to take off once again soon. Appreciate the photos! [Photography: Karo Avan Dadaev]