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Water-tower project
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extended by a four-storey cube containing kitchen, dining and living room - connected by glazed tunnels and a lift shaft. The kitchen, realised by Enclosure Interiors in Tunbridge Wells, Kent, with furniture from LEICHT is the very heart of living in this new building. Shiny white matt-lacquered kitchen
Attractive living as an architectural experiment: a 136-year-old water tower, a listed building with a spectacular 360-degree panorama view over the City of London. The task, to transform it into a superior residence, initially seemed an absolute impossibility. But when the owners came across architect
surface. The free-standing preparation isle with its vertical side panels with a seamlessly integrated sink represents the transition between kitchen and living room. The fronts of the floor units facing the dining table were extended to the floor to do away with the plinth typical of most kitchens. Ceiling-high
“Everything” — kevinmccarthy11
TASCHEN
Architecture Now! Houses 3
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walls. Fujimoto compares it to living in a tree, though he does not try to have the house formally resemble one. It's as if the house is made up of a series of small tree houses, but the openness of the glass walls puts the occupants clearly on display. How somebody lives in the house is a question Jodidio
Jodidio appropriately asks, and the answer could find a parallel in the sharing of lives that happens in digital networks. The house is then for young people with different attitudes to living, "built more on the Internet than on the machine-driven world of the past," in Jodidio's words.
This looks like quite the cluster, but I guess people can actually live in it.
walls. Fujimoto compares it to living in a tree, though he does not try to have the house formally resemble one. It's as if the house is made up of a series of small tree houses, but the openness of the glass walls puts the occupants clearly on display. How somebody lives in the house is a question Jodidio
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Erika Bonnell Interiors
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Walking Stick
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I have been searching for Black/white drapes for my living room!
Windows and living room
Victorian living room
Perfect for small living room
For small living room.
coziness of formal living room
Layout for living room
living room...Living mama depa...for the living room...Living room window...Living room
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Allen+Killcoyne Architects
Micro-apartment
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The wall between the bed n living room
Chair and desk in living room
he says, “you can live in small spaces very nicely.”Killcoyne’s client wanted a home that looked “clean, simple, elegant and timeless,” the architect says. Instead of creating one open room to make the space feel bigger, Killcoyne established separate interconnected zones for living, sleeping and cooking
maintaining its open feel. “I really wanted to create rooms that flowed together, but at the same time, you had separate areas that defined different living spaces,” says the architect. He knows something about small spaces, having raised two children in a 650-square-foot apartment. It’s not the space that
maintaining its open feel. “I really wanted to create rooms that flowed together, but at the same time, you had separate areas that defined different living spaces,” says the architect. He knows something about small spaces, having raised two children in a 60-square-metre apartment. It’s not the space that
“kids prayer study room” — manjiasgar
Vega Architecture
Busch House - Living Room
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How wide is the walk way around the sunken living room?
Just trying to get ideas of sunken living room designs and design options
Need a glass partition like this between our living room and the back yard.
Love the sunken living room and windows
think about the sunken living room trend?
Big window Step down to living area Ceiling
four-sided depression instantly sets this living room apart from the rest of the house.
A level change can also define a smaller area within a larger room. A sunken living room like this creates a relaxed and cozy atmosphere.Drop In on a Hot Comeback With a Sunken Living Room
“Chairs” — msmumford
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Tiny House
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"It's not a perfect way to live," says Helgerson. "The toilet gets runny from working hard, and we know that the clock is ticking when it comes to our kids' sharing a bedroom. But despite all of this, we get along pretty well for living in such a small space."
"It's not a perfect way to live," says Helgerson. "The toilet gets runny from working hard, and we know that the clock is ticking when it comes to our kids' sharing a bedroom. But despite all of this, we get along pretty well for living in such a small space."
small shelves — perhaps with a bit of overflow in a pretty lidded basket on the back of the toilet.Tell us: What's your best tip for living in a small space?More: Could you live in 220 square feet?
“Cottage” — deemiles
Allen+Killcoyne Architects
Micro-apartment
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While the kitchen is open to the rest of the space, it’s tucked away in the corner, “so you don’t feel like you’re cooking in your living space,” appliances were limited to a microwave oven with a dishwasher drawer below, and a two-burner induction cooktop with a vent concealed in the
Really we'll designed for 340 sq/ft. Dining table missing. But the living area and toilet is really nice. No carpet so it's easy to clean. Partition also works well.
Size: 340 square feet (32 square meters)Who lives here: A retired widower based in DallasLocation: ManhattanIf you can manage to avoid having your bed in the living room, then cramming an entire home into 340 square feet is a cinch, says architect Stephen
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Louise de Miranda
My Houzz: Cherishing memories with art
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prop up a mirror to make the space seem bigger. Even a small outdoor space can be a refreshing, nourishing hideaway.Do you live in a city? How do you cultivate serenity in your living space? What are your biggest challenges?
mirror to make the space seem bigger. Even a small outdoor space can be a refreshing, nourishing hideaway.TELL USDo you live in a city? How do you cultivate serenity in your living space? What are your biggest challenges?
“Black flower boxes Outdoor poster frame” — tieewong
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