Glass Box in the Sky: French Riviera’s CView Modern day Villa

Stylish villa Glass Box in the Sky: French Rivieras CView Modern VillaPositioned in a single of the most beautiful places on Earth, the French Riviera, CView Villa is an extraordinary multi-degree contemporary residence symbolically dubbed the glass box in the sky. Welcoming and inviting, the substantial sophisticated house will make you really feel like you are hovering above the sea. The see of the shimmering blue waters floods in by way of walls of glass. Depart your troubles at house, for this is the area for absolute relaxation. With seven individually-developed bedrooms, every with personal bathroom and terrace, CView is the best place for the summertime. Abounding with design and oriented towards the outside living, the resort overlooks the hidden rocky coves and the lush green gardens encircling it. Read More

Living a far more minimum lifestyle

Christina and Takaaki left Brooklyn for a much more minimal lifestyle. They located and renovated an older house in Putnam Valley, NY. What they did with the property is fairly remarkable. I am captivated by the truss operate, it feels as believed the trusses are holding together the roof line. Takaaki fashioned some of the attributes to echo the ancient dwellings of rural Japan, 17th century, and his home as a little one. The juxtaposition of the exterior and the interiors are beautiful and at the very same time, linked by colour. Read More

Vision of a Dream Home: Xalima Island Residence by Martin Ferrero Architecture

architecture design Xlima Residence Vision of a Dream Home: Xalima Island House by Martin Ferrero ArchitectureEverybody has an notion of how their ideal home would one day seem like. Daniel Martin Ferrero, principal of Martin Ferrero Architecture took his vision to one more degree and planned Xalima Island House, as “as a poem to the horizon framed by the sea”. The video below transports you to a faraway land, bathed in sun rays and mist, in which present day architecture particulars mix with a fascinating rocky landscape. Read More

“These merchandise never seem like they’ve been created by folks residing on the street” – Pepe Heykoop

Milan 2014: a item developed by Dutch designer Pepe Heykoop to be manufactured in an Indian slum has been a runaway success, making employment for 80 households inside a year of launch (+ film + interview). Read More