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If you are in search of Luxury apartments in Barcelona, ​ ​ Spain, then you need to get in touch with Alberto Rovira and Benito Escat, who are renowned home interior designers. They together have designed some the best luxury apartment houses in Barcelona. Their home update ideas are extremely unique and they are capable of turning even a dilapidated shelter or a stable into a magnificent, grand modern apartment. They specialize in designing urban apartments and lofts.

3D home interior ideas can be both arresting and artistic. It leaves an empty space in the mind of the onlookers, which can be filled with ones own imagination. At times a drawing is purposely blurred, so as to allow the observer’s mind’s eye fill the gaps. In other instances, pictures, which are highly photo-realistic, are used, to create a more lifelike setting.

Majority of us have grown up reading fairy tales, fable, myths and legends. In childhood, often kids dream of living in a fairy house, which has mystical home interior. Their whole world seems to be woven around these magical tales.

However, as we tend to grow up, these enchanting dreams of ours tend to fade away, while much more realistic thoughts takes their place. But, there are very few people who are able to hold on to their secret dreams, even in their grown up days. They are happy to travel an extra mile to turn their childhood dreams into reality.

Building a fairy tale requires a lot of imagination and innovative ideas. You not only need to think of a unique mythological exterior but also need to make sure that the house has a perfectly matching home interior, just like the ones found in fairy tales.

Unusual institution, located in one of the malls Portuguese city of Braga, is expressive element of the interior public spaces, comfortable modern bar, coffee shop and just place a pleasant stay. Dual Zone the translucent walls of the room and at the same time, create a sense of unity viewed the premises of the space center. Futuristic form perforation pattern is a geometrization of different-coffee beans. Geometric “coffee Matrix combines three separate zones: the coffee shop to relax, meet or work with a laptop, a soft relaxation area for gourmet coffee and an outdoor playground that combines a cafe with putting the shopping center.

Design a charismatic institution aims to avoid the feeling of a closed, confined spaces. Come, drink a cup of coffee, a visitor feels the dynamics of what is happening around and at the same time, some security and comfort to create a unique contemporary feel, part of which he became for a while. In order to create an effect of airiness and volume of the geometric “coffee bean” while retaining the structural strength, the perforated casing is made of double cafe MDF panels, painted in white. The second major liquor interior was selected contrasting color of strong, freshly brewed coffee.

With their soft outdoor furnishings and cozy seating arrangements, Paola Lenti is creating a more modern, more luxurious, a different kind of interior. These outdoor interior designs have evolved beyond boundaries, part indoors and out. Their casual and comfortable, yet contemporary aesthetic is complemented by architectural elements like gazebos, sails and screens which belong in the outdoors, yet have made their way in. The versatile, modular furnishings in the Cabanne collection include benches, sectionals and unusual low-lying coffee tables that might be mistaken for minimalist wood platforms used in meditation or yoga! The whole atmosphere of these outdoor interiors is Zen to the nth degree. All these different elements find their common thread in a cohesive color palette and earthy, rustic materials.

Paola Lenti’s eponymous company specializes in outdoor furniture and rugs with a focus on the innovative exploration of both natural and synthetic materials. Sourcing both traditionally produced fabrics of the highest quality as well as adapting contemporary, technologically- advanced textiles, her products are unlike any others on the market. The pieces comprising Lenti’s lines have become new classics that can be seamlessly integrated within the domestic landscape, bringing sophisticated elegance to exterior as well as interior environments. Extremely resist- ant to the elements and maintaining their integrity from season to season, each collection features both materials and colors developed by Lenti, and which are exclusive to her company.

This charming outdoor interior design collection comes from Paolo Lenti. The design combine of soft outdoor furnishings with a cozy seating arrangement into something more charming than a charming lady. The arrangement resulting a nice livable, warm interior design which has evolved into something beyond our imagination and above expectation, as they are being partially in and also out. Not all here are interiors some are outdoors design too, and look how they’re very comfortable by using low sofas, woven rattan furniture, warmer colors and low table. More information please visit Paolo Lenti Official website.

This rustic cabin design was built by Piet Hein Eek for friend, client and musician Hans Liberg who needed an inspiring and cultivating place to “play.” There isn’t a whole lot to this simple, wood cabin design. Surrounded by forest, this timber house’s facade is characterized by cross-sections of stacked logs. A row of window clerestory windows features top-hinged, horizontally swinging shades that flood interiors with natural light. Inside, this compact cottage design contains the one thing this nature dweller needed for survival – a recording studio! And if ever Liberg needs some new inspiration for his melodious compositions, this modern mobile home goes where the music takes him thanks to integrated wheels on the bottom. Composed of stacked tree trunks, the exterior is supported by an internal metal frame. The compact interior, decked out in a cheery pale blue is constructed from plywood. Panoramic windows at seated eye-level afford stunning views of the forest, while benches are upholstered with a patchwork of fabrics in the style of Eek’s Crisis Sofa. Fitted with wheels – to evade building regulations and council tax – the structure can be moved when needed.

The East Village Studio designed by JPDA architect is really make a big impression on its statement. The apartment located only 46 square meters and was built as a little nest for the owners who also work here. You probably wonder how this was possible.  The wood gives this home its warmth which is “intensified” by the friendly vegetation pots spread around the open studio.  The uncommon crib houses ingenious solutions that counterweight the lack of space.
It has all the utilities a common looking contemporary home has and dare we say a lot more. This original crib has storage space and shelves in the most unusual and unexpected places, reducing clutter and contributing to a clean and fresh interior design. While the footprint of the apartment is minimal, meticulously detailed millwork conceals extensive amounts of storage and shelving; thereby maximizing floor space. The aesthetic is clean and concise, while providing the warmth of a home and functional desires of the client.

Space maximization is a growing trend lately in apartment design. Countries like China make enormous efforts to come up with ideas for small places due to the fact that their urban population is increasing at a rate never encountered before. Here is another tiny crib that manages to maximize space and create a cozy living environment as well.

Economy, functionality and privacy were the primary drivers in the design of this sixth floor home office studio. Meticulously detailed millwork provides ample storage, making this small-footprint apartment extremely efficient. A bedroom loft creates space for a roomy walk-in closet below, while stair risers conceal a series of built-in drawers. Every inch of the space has been effectively exploited. JPDA worked closely with the client and a demanding co-op board through every stage of the design process. The result is modern, clean, and concise, providing both the warmth of a home and all the functional requirements of an office.

The Joshua Tree Boulder House proves imagination is still alive and well. Every inch of this 1700 square foot, 2-bed / 2-bath home is intentional, and every design element is deliberate. This magical creation sits on 2.5 acres in Joshua Tree, California. The house is the brainchild of W. Garett Carlson, ASLA, a licensed landscape architect for more than 30 years.  His landscape designs grace Hollywood’s recently remodelled Sunset Marquis Hotel, as well as the gardens of celebrities such as Jack Nicholson, Goldie Hawn, Johnny Depp, Blake Edwards, and more.  The house was built with sustainability in mind, using an intriguing palette of metal, wood, concrete and glass to create a peaceful modern living space where traditional boundaries are dismissed.  Ten-foot high, custom-made floor-to-ceiling pocket glass doors open to create a 40 feet wide expanse that connects the living area to the landscape.  A fire pit to one side of the patio, and a water feature on the other side are both set within boulders to further enhance the experience.  This is indoor/outdoor living at its best.

Exterior

The roof of the house provides insulation in a novel way: up to 18” of soil covers the sloping roof, planted with a wide variety of native California wild flowers and grasses. Seen from above, the roof appears to be a part of its desert landscape. Structural steel I-beams support the 250,000 lb load, designed to withstand a 10-point earthquake. The roof has a 3’ pitch: 11’ on the east side, which also creates the space for the wall to wall 10’ sliding glass doors – down to 8’ on the west side. The pitch also allows the roof garden to drain.
Corrugated steel siding on the house and the garage is the highest gauge and quality available.

Interior

Inside,the floor’s surface was ground smooth , then sprayed with dyes to create a natural-looking surface. The floor was then polished and waxed to create a rich patina. The ceiling is tongue and groove Douglas fir, with several layers of dark stain and varnish to create a deep shine that subtly reflects the finish of the floor.
The kitchen features custom built dark wood and glass cabinets and state-of-the-art appliances. Bathrooms have custom cabinetry, Caesarstone counters. The master bathroom features a deep soaker tub surrounded by blue glass tile. Custom closet – off the master bedroom, a walk-in closet features custom shelving and drawers to maximize the space.

Most forward is the full width VIP Stateroom  which includes a centerlined king-sized bed and large ensuite shower, steam room, and head facilities. This VIP staterom is located down and forward of the galley, breakfast nook area. It is private from the other sleeping quarter areas of the yacht.
The large Galley,  Breakfast Area includes an oval settee for seating up to eight. This is a very generously sized area of the yacht with an open and waste-high cooking, bar island partition. Along the passageway to starboard is the companionway up to the Pilothouse, access to the side deck . The companionway down to the Owners and Guest Staterooms is on the port side.

The Owner’s Stateroom is full width and just forward of amid-ships. It includes a centerlined king-sized bed, outboard vanity to starboard, a double-seat settee to port, walk-in wardrobe, sofa lounge, and a large bath area with a steam room and stall shower.
From centerline, going aft, there is a Gym and Excercise room to starboard with a Proteus freeweight machine. The two Guest Staterooms are amidship. The port stateroom has a queen bed and the starboard stateroom has twin singles. Each stateroom is ensuite with shower and head facilities.

The sumptuous Main Salon features satin varnished woods and earth-tone colored decor styling. Comfort seating for eight people. The Dining Area is forward and has seating for up to eight people. The Aft Deck features an integrated U-shaped settee and table, wet bar with pedestal seating and steps to port and starboard to the intergal swim platform. The Bridge Deck, Pilothouse includes port and starboard settees in the helm area. Centerlined steps up to the Top Deck with jacuzzi to starboard and wet bar with pedestal seating to port. Tender and water toy stowage aft.
Crew’s quarters are aft. Captain’s cabin with double bed and private head, shower. Two double crew cabins with upper and lower singles each with private head and shower.

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