Combining the architectural demands of a modern home and the natural essence of a site is often the most important aspect that shapes the silhouette of any modern home. Located in Washington State the goes a step further in this eco-friendly endeavor by placing natural goodness ahead of the actual home on the list of priorities.
The small bedroom embraces the calming look of the living area and simple sheer curtains in white accentuate this appeal. With a lavish shower and steam area and a multipurpose guest room the home puts functionality firmly ahead of all else.
Not everyone is happy with changing a stunning old church into a trendy modern home. Some architects take this a step further by using the expansive and inspiring interiors of an old church as the background for an enthralling bookstore. The Selexyz Dominicanen Bookstore in Netherlands was conjured up and created by Merkx+Girod Architecten as a majestic Gothic church found a new lease on life.
The interiors are largely clad in white with a wide range of patterns and textures being used. Paola Navone turned towards refined industrial style and exclusive decor to get the task done. Finding that perfect balance between the past and the present this renovation indeed leaves you speechless!
Imagine then the creativity and the diligence it takes to transform old structures that were never intended to be homes into sparkling contemporary houses. Today we have that prove pretty much anything is possible with a touch of ingenuity and plenty of effort.