The constant unending rush of busy urban life in concrete jungles is driving many of us into the lap of nature for a more relaxed and organic lifestyle. Located in the idyllic commune of Snagov this fabulous residence is wrapped in a cloak of green and opens up toward the beautiful lake outside.
Wood is the predominant material used in the shaping of the interior with knotty wooden floors providing a sense of continuity from one room to the next. Subtle industrial touches such as the bar stools and the pendant lights in the kitchen along with other accessories give the home an edgy appeal.
Hotelier wanted a unique home that captured the historic past of his little Italian hometown with chic contemporary style. This was accomplished by transforming a 200-year-old factory in Spello east central Umbria into a trendy home that has an inimitable style of its own.
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.
Adaptive reuse is an architectural and design concept that is quickly gaining ground globally and many of the rustic old barns are being converted into wonderful modern homes. Located in the quiet little Dutch town of House G fits this billing perfectly.