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We feature some of the best modern interior design that the world has to offer, from commercial spaces to tiny apartments, spaces that we love to gaze at and wish we could inhabit. Take a look back at the most popular Interior Design posts from 2014.
Refurbished Flat in Islington by Architecture for London
A London flat in is located in a Georgian townhouse and despite keeping many of the classic details, it was refurbished it to look clean and contemporary.
Evernote Offices Designed With Creative Details
A tight budget and a busy schedule were key to the design of Evernote’s new offices, so they chose a light, modern aesthetic using construction materials.
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.
Open space apartments are not that uncommon. In fact, most modern and contemporary homes feature an open floor plan which incorporates the living room and usually the kitchen or dining area. In this case, however, it’s a different type of open space. This apartment has one big room which contains the living room, the kitchen and the bedroom and there are no separating walls between the spaces.
The apartment is located in the Linnaeus district, in a building dating back to 1897. It’s definitely an old apartment in an old building but the kitchen has been renovated in 2008 and most of the appliances have been replaced then as well.
Two large perpendiculars volumes make up the Planalto House, an imposing modern residential project designed by architect Flavio Castro in São Paulo, Brazil. The street facade reveals the garage and a slightly cantilevered second floor continued with a terrace to the left. But as you move around the building, its complexity grows exponentially. Planalto house was envisioned as an urban living space for a couple with two children and has a total surface of 800 square meters.
Here is more on the structure of the residence from the architects: “A rectangular prism, perpendicular to the street, contains the intimate features of the house on the upper floor, occupying only half of the land and releasing the other half for recreation and landscaping. Serving as a support and focused only on the main floor, another rectangular prism, but in different proportions, contains the service and social functions of the house”. It is interesting to observe how transparency blends with opacity, due to the materials employed in various functional zones. Enjoy discovering the project in detail and let us know what you think!
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