Posted: 24 May 2013 09:43 PM PDT
Concrete is quite popular material in building multi-residental and block houses but isn't the most popular in building private houses. Although this 2,204 sq. m. house almost whole made of concrete. It also set into the hillside because of problematic landscape of the site. In spite of that the house's front capture awesome river views and southern sun light. Its exterior has minimal yet c, with awesome lighting systems including under bench lighting. A-Cero
The house features all possible rooms needed for contemporary lifestyle. There are garage, laundry, pantry, several bathrooms, kitchen, dining area, office, games room, small library with home cinema, 2 kids bedrooms and master bedroom with walk-in wardrobe. Being modern inside and outside this house is stylish yet comfortable living place.
Posted: 24 May 2013 09:43 AM PDT
Dubbed "the disappearing kitchen," Giorgio Armani's "Calyx" kitchen is a slick and glossy design with long modern lines and bold, flat accents. Developed with a neat satin finish to give a heavy golden impression, Armani's kitchen is meant to fold up and neatly fit behind wide doors and large panels, literally vanishing into the simplicity of its design. Created in collaboration with the design studio Dada, the complementary dining tables, refrigerator, dishwater, steam and standard ovens, food warming drawer, gas stove and wine cellar can all be adjusted to hide (as required) behind the panels which have the same finish as the walls. A great concept for a modernist home (especially for those among us with a love for Armani's signature design style), this kitchen would be a brilliant premise for those interested in entertaining in a high-end modular concept home. [ Via ]
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