Best New HOME and INTERIOR DESIGN – December 2017 – Part 1

Best New HOME and INTERIOR DESIGN – December 2017 – Part 1


Here we go with four exceptional houses – they
look beautiful and they come from all around the world. Tehama House – built in California, south
of San Francisco – combines two styles that usually don’t come together – modernist
forms, and natural materials used to render that modern shapes. This approach at this place gives a fantastic
result, spaces that are clean, but never too cold or alienating. It looks natural and warm in beautiful flowing
interior space, huge openings, a lot of light, connected with the environment. Interior looks rich, in spite of materials
taken from the site, like stone and wood. There is a lot of luxurious items, stylish
details, contemporary art, well designed furniture, and all that play so well together to make
this house and interiors a perfect response to the conditions, environment and modern
lifestyle, very much like the signature style of Schicketanz architects, the authors of
this beautiful design. In the middle of a forest 100 kilometers far
from Mexico City, a group of five houses look like emerging from earth. Each house is made from 5 cubes around the patio. Monolithic shapes with open inter-space look like building some imaginary larger house without visible boundaries or roof. The house is made of soil, bricks and timber. The bricks are visible on the walls both outside
and in the interior. Covered with some mixture made of surrounding
soil of terracotta color, surfaces appear warm and calming. Some of the cubes have two floors, ground
is for daily and living activities, and bedrooms take the upper floors. Surrounding area is designed as a continuity
of natural greenery around, so it looks like the nature is spreading into the house. The wonderful terracotta – forest houses are
a design by the architectural studio Taller Hector Barroso. The Aluminium House with some sharp angles
and bold lines, is set in the western residential part of Bangkok. Three generations family is living on 1.500
square meters in 5 bedrooms and a huge open living area. Materials and shapes used in the interior
look expensive in purity of glass, stone and white walls. It is quite ordinary layout of rooms in the interior. The twist is that all the rooms look at the
inner atrium and all the rooms are visible to each other. Even the sleeping areas, do not keep their
privacy, but expose themselves to the atrium and the living space through frameless glass
walls. That is emphasized with moving the orientation
of walls at the upper floor, making long cantilevers in an attempt to make enclosure. With such a manipulation of spaces, the architectural
studio Ayutt and Associates made a remarkable house and a challenging sharp and smart design. Now, here is a perfect answer to how to make
a decent, stylish, contemporary home in an extremely dense residential area of Beijing,
where the houses can look only on the inside, since the walls of other houses are all around. As a source of natural light, there must be
an inner atrium, and in this case, new house interior has a number of glass walls, to let
the light spread deeper into the background areas. The renovation has completely repositioned
spaces and given different proportions, inventing new functions, like a spacy bathtub room behind
a glass wall, as well as lifting sleeping area into the roof, and opening a small terrace. Combination of old wooden beams, old bricks
with contemporary glass and clean white surfaces, gives a great result. This project is a proof: extreme limitations in design,
as a rule, give the most extraordinary solutions. Please subscribe to the channel, we are going
to expose and explain more beautiful houses and interior designs.

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