Offering a bird’s-eye view of the historic neighborhood of Florence the exterior of the tower is left unaltered while smart space-saving solutions in each room use the available foot space to the hilt. Dark wooden floors exposed beams and smart decor create a relaxing atmosphere indoors. Designed by by Luigi Fragola Architects it captures the spirit of Tuscany to perfection!
The trend of turning the home into a relaxing retreat that gives you a refuge from the busy hustle and bustle of urban life is one that is on the rise. Located in a beautiful neighborhood and blessed with ample space this luxurious combines modern aesthetics with tranquil inviting ambiance.
Dubbed and designed by Pupo+Gaspar Arquitetura the expansive home relies on an organic indoor-outdoor interplay along with a rich combination of diverse textures to shape this welcoming vibe. The street façade of the house promises complete privacy while the backyard opens up toward some lovely views.
It was in 1967 that the ingenious designer took up the challenge of designing a gorgeous prefab under which many deemed simply impossible at the time. The result is the fabulous that has served the family as an amazing summer retreat for well over four decades now!
It’s not just old barns and factories that can be revamped into creative homes. Even unused public libraries can be renovated into stunning homes. Located in Sellwood this elegant home was once a library that was remodeled and revamped to meet the needs of a modern urban family.
This exquisite lounge brings together the best of both worlds in an unassuming yet elegant manner. The lower level of the house itself features a chic living space an indoor kitchen a dining area and a cool home office. A wine cellar next to the staircase makes for an interesting visual and saves up on space.
Bookshelves were used extensively to delineate spaces define them elegantly and turn every corner into a serene ergonomic reading nook! Unassuming neutral colors were incorporated throughout while the Tudor influences were kept largely intact. By inviting the grand view outside indoors the house instantly acquires a more open airy vibe.