By Lisette Chantal. Interior Design. Publised at Sunday, October 29th 2017, 02:53:34 AM. A striking domestic staircase that brings emphasis on balance and proportion. It used slim stringers, particularly notable at rest landing level where an unusually slim structural section keeps the staircase light and airy. The exposed profile of the stair expressed by the saw tooth stringer sits alongside glass infill framed by steel balusters and handrail.
By Claire Armelle. Interior Design. Published at Monday, September 25th 2017, 16:46:05 PM. This staircase makes a strong and dynamic statement to this multi level home. Bold in the black and white color scheme, the stairs form a backdrop to the room like a piece of art. It features a glass balustrade that runs from floor to ceiling on the outside of the staircase. Black metal plate forms the structural support for the treads.
By Isabelle Marise. Interior Design. Published at Sunday, September 24th 2017, 16:37:35 PM. On the upper ground floor of the home is the living room. In this space, the owners wanted a sense of calm which was achieved by using color palette of soft cream, yellow, and pale blue with key accent pieces in black.
By Caroline Arielle. Kitchen. Published at Saturday, September 23rd 2017, 16:03:25 PM. Soapstone is a non-porous natural stone which is available in a range of gray tones from light to dark. It also features subtle veining. Unlike other natural stones, it doesn’t need yearly but merely period oiling so it can look its best. The application of mineral oil will also help to disguise any surface scratches and it will deepen the stone’s color over time.
By Claire Armelle. Interior Design. Published at Friday, September 22nd 2017, 15:27:18 PM. A stunning contemporary foyer that features an underlit glass slab surrounded by honed granite slabs and limestone. This isn’t just a great spot for photo opps but is also perfect in creating a dramatic ambiance in welcoming guests into the home.
By Francine Orianne. Interior Design. Published at Wednesday, September 20th 2017, 15:10:27 PM. The inspiration of this home evolved from worn-out warehouses and factories with their blackened steel and old bricks. Well, this explains why it used black steel for the stairs which look very interesting.
By Mailys Yannick. Kitchen. Published at Tuesday, September 19th 2017, 14:48:22 PM. This stainless kitchen sink has a unique cut and a strainer on the side. Its design is contemporary and looks great thank to its shiny finish and lovely backsplash!
By Gervaise Alexandra. Architecture. Published at Saturday, September 16th 2017, 14:30:45 PM. Meanwhile, the landscaping of the house is designed so that the outdoors flows into the internal living spaces, visually and spatially connecting the two. The north facing aspect of the rear yard provides excellent opportunities for passive solar heating. One nice feature of this home is the operable timber screening on the first floor as well an overhang over the ground floor control the building from overheating during the warmer months
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