This three-bedroom apartment plays on the elements of concrete, stone, wood and stainless steel to achieve an intimate hideaway for one.
Conceptualised by akiHAUS Design Studio, this apartment features a hub for various daily activities and plenty of clever design ideas.
Even though the owners appreciated a raw and industrial look, they did not want something typical and worked with MET Interior to create a style they could call their own.
The design team from three-d conceptwerke used unconventional housing materials such as concrete ventilation bricks and neon signage to adhere to the ‘modern industrial and steampunk man cave’ aesthetics.
The designers from Asialand ID used concrete surfaces liberally inside and out to establish a distinctive yet cosy family home.
The melange of wood, metal and concrete elements creates a cosy, industrial den that is replete with many creature comforts.
Mother Nature is the world’s best designer – a truth which local Indonesian architect Tamara Wibowo embraced in her latest residential gem in the city of Semarang.
Marble, wood and concrete each have their distinctive allure. We suss out these beautiful materials and present fuss-free alternatives to achieving the same look and style at home.
Creating a look that is both raw and refined is no easy feat and Design Zage has done it beautifully in this home.
This old walk-up apartment was turned into a loft-inspired social home that still retains its heritage and cultural charm.
Surrounded by lush wild vegetation, this stunning landed property home in Melbourne has a design that harmonises nature with the built environment.