Originally, the building was built in the 1930s as a shoe factory. But today, it was transformed into a very nice apartment. The clients were drawn to the expansive windows of the structure, though the old arrangement of rooms meant that these were always partially hidden from view. The project brief was to transform the warehouse space, while taking close consideration of the scale, grain and detailing of the existing architecture. Another goal is to create something very personal to the homeowners while representing something of their histories. One of the owners has a film background and he found the roughness and authenticity of the old factory very appealing. The project is urban in complexity yet strangely archaic /prehistoric in its base simplicity. When you look in the interior of the apartment, it is dominated by a black steel cube which reflects the inhabitant's passions and their love for material quality of an elemental nature.
20 Creative Bike Storage Ideas for Small Spaces. Homeowners have varying interests from sports and other activities. This can be seen in their homes and the different spaces that they need in order to perform some tasks related to their work and to their interests. In some cases, they even require a separate shed for it that is why we have sheds for writers, painters, for musicians and even for sports equipment. Others use one space for multiple purposes like how a garage could also be an area for storing sports equipment including your bicycles. But not all homes have enough spaces to store a bike- how much more if you have more than one bicycle! While most homeowners keep their bikes in the garage, there are others who look for more creative ways to store it because of the lack of floor area. In truth, there are more than one ways to store your bike and you will surely be pleased to know that you can actually store it in a way that makes it look like an added decoration for the home.
Somerset Home in California Has a Stunning Farmhouse Design. Many homes these days prefer to use modern or contemporary design. Not just because it looks great but it is also trendy and practical. But that does not mean that other design styles are no longer used. In fact, many homeowners still use traditional interiors while others opt for neat yet artistic Scandinavian spaces. Did you know that other homeowners actually want to mix two different styles? Yes, some homes actually put together modern design with other styles. And guess, what? It works really well! It results in a stunning space that is unique and practical for the users. This is what the designers did to a home in Newport Beach, California. The project is called Somerset and its interior adopted farmhouse style. But it is beautifully combined with some contemporary features.
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