Search Results for: 30 square meter house interior
The Y Duplex Penthouse is spread out over 160 square meters (1722 square feet) in one of Tel Aviv’s neighborhoods where all of the multi-story buildings look the same, mostly uninspired. Pitsou Kedem Architects were hired to bring life to the roof top apartment through the use of modern elements and raw materials, like exposed concrete, iron stairs and furniture, terrazzo floors, and bare wood.
The new staircase creates a sense of separation within the interior, while tying in materials, like steel and wood, that you’ll see throughout the space.
This Amsterdam-based home used to be a garage before i29 interior architects got ahold of it. Now it’s a light-filled space with a long, pitched skylight that runs through the open floor plan living area. The main floor houses 230 square meters (2475 square feet) so each area feels open and spacious.
The color palette was kept simple with bright white for the walls and ceilings, light gray floors, and rough oak and black surfaces, but they brought in a bold green spice it up.
Incoming search terms:
- floor plan 60 square meters pdf
- house desiging for area 33 4 meter square
- house plans 50 square meters
Incoming search terms:
- 30 square meter house design
- 70 Square Meter Floor Plan
- drawing and design of a house in 70 square meters
- HOUSE FLOOR PLAN DIMENSION 60 SQUARE METER
- house floor plan for 45 square meters
- interior design for a 30 sq meter house
- private shipping containers interior decorating
After spending many years searching for the ideal site to build his home, the owner came across this heavenly sloping mountain ridge at the foot of the Yatsugatake Mountains in Nagano Prefecture, Japan. Next up, he commissioned Kidosaki Architects Studio to deliver a daring residential design. House in Yatsugatake is partially extended off the ground, with a mega structures column enabling half of the project to visually “float”. The house comes with a total living surface of 303 square meters, each of them offering spectacular views of the surrounding landscape.
Here is more from the architects: “When you are invited to the entrance-way, after passing through the restrained space of the hallway, you enter a dramatic space, with magnificent and impressive scenery spreading before your eyes. This space is an extravagant experience that only those privileged enough to be welcomed here can enjoy“. All interiors were envisioned in a minimalist style, emphasizing on the magic beyond the windows-have a look and tell us what you think! [Photos by: 45g Photography]
Freshome.com – Interior Design & Architecture Magazine