This dwelling, which architect Timothee Mercier constructed for his dad and mom, is supposed to be aesthetically harmonious with the agricultural panorama of Vaucluse, France.
Inside there’s whitewashed partitions and only a smattering of rustic furnishings, which Mercier both present in Parisian flea markets or had customized made.
“I made a decision early-on to infuse the home with the monastic qualities of its environment,” he advised Dezeen. “[The house] needed to be a spectacle, however a discrete one.”
Bricks salvaged from the ruins of an 80-year-old property now line the inside of Home V, which is located within the Slovakian capital of Bratislava.
The time-worn bricks cowl partitions in the lounge, bed room and even the grasp toilet, the place a freestanding tub has been positioned beneath the height of the house’s pitched roof.
To open up the constricted ground plan of this Kyiv condominium, Ater Architects demolished partition partitions and changed them with cobalt-blue curtains.
The curtains – and the pink grouting between the kitchen tiles – supply a shock of color amongst the in any other case monotone inside, which has white-painted partitions working all through.
Having lived in a poky London flat for eight years, architects Joanne and Luke McClelland set about making the rooms inside their Edinburgh condominium as shiny and spacious as attainable.
The pair painted surfaces white, widened doorways to let in additional daylight and opened up the kitchen to incorporate a eating space. Commenters have been significantly impressed with the high-end look of the kitchen’s picket cabinetry, which was really sourced from IKEA.
Naturally flawed supplies function inside this Hong Kong condominium, which pulls on the values of wabi-sabi – a Japanese philosophy that encourages discovering magnificence in imperfection and transience.
Jagged offcuts of marble have been set into the ground, whereas oxidised copper has been used to make customized lights or ornamental panels. Beige plaster additionally offers the partitions a barely uneven floor end.
Commenters cherished the non-public really feel of architect John Wardle’s Melbourne residence, which he determined to revamp after his three youngsters grew up and moved out.
On the coronary heart of the plan is now a “cocoon”-like research the place Wardle shows books and ceramic ornaments that he is collected through the years. The architect additionally made certain that his favorite kind of wooden, Victorian ash, was used for the entire residence’s joinery.
A daybed that doubles up as a storage field and a wardrobe that hides a washer are a number of the helpful space-saving parts that function inside this tiny visitor cabin, which occupies the porch of a house in Bergamo.
Architect Francesca Perani made the bizarre resolution to line the 25-square-metre inside with OSB – a cloth she had beforehand solely seen used on building websites.
“I really like its textural irregularity, random natural composure and recycled properties,” she defined.
Tasked with turning this lack-lustre Tokyo condominium into “a spot of happiness, pleasure and lightness”, designer Adam Nathaniel Furman utilized vivid, food-inspired colors to its inside.
The kitchen has watermelon-green flooring, whereas the eating space has lilac carpet that appears like icing. “Zesty” lemon-yellow faucets and milky orange tiles additionally seem within the toilet.
“The color scheme turned a matter of selecting substances for a fantastically calibrated visible feast,” Furman defined.
Prefabricated panels produced from hempcrete – a combination of hemp and lime – have been used to assemble the structural shell of this zero-carbon home in Cambridgeshire.
Apply Structure left these panels uncovered on the inside to create heat, textured surfaces. Picket furnishings and an assortment of woven rugs additional amplify the house’s cosy really feel.
Architect Delfino Lozano normal what he describes as a “Mexiterrean” aesthetic for this 1970s property in Zapopan.
Lozano says that while the house’s structure is historically Mexican, the interiors seem extra Mediterranean due to his use of “easy and pure” supplies. Nearly each room boasts plain, white-painted partitions and built-in picket furnishings.