On the inside partitions are kept to a bare minimum as an open floor plan visually connects the kitchen the dining space and the family zone. One can see industrial-style lighting and glass partitions with dark metallic frames throughout the residence while understated contemporary décor fills each room. Lighting plays a major role in the overall ambiance of the home with natural ventilation flowing from one room to the next. Geometric tiles in the kitchen add pattern to the space while throw pillows and bedding bring color to the minimal bedroom in white.
Inspired both by the architectural roots of the house and contemporary trends the new structure aims to bring together the present and the past in a cheerful and seamless fashion. A private entry through the courtyard leads to the main living area even while leading you through a lovely reflecting pool that is connected with the swimming pool. The use of large retractable glass doors ensures that every room in the house is visually connected with the courtyard and the outdoor lounge. If you have seen the timeless design of Case Study House #22 you will quickly notice the inevitable parallels!
A former barge dating back to 1909 this buoyant Stockholm abode makes the most of its industrial past with decor that complements its seafaring features. The easy breezy interiors are filled with light thanks to a skylight and some original porthole windows while navy and aqua accents contrast nicely against crisp white walls.
Showcasing a smart and seamless fusion of Mediterranean industrial and contemporary styles is a private residence designed by Egue y Seta. The house takes its inspiration from modern industrial lofts and this distinct design approach is showcased in each and every room of the renovated home. Located in Benicàssim which is renowned across the globe for hosting Spain’s top music festival the house epitomizes the tranquil lifestyle of the region. The landscape around the home is filled with beautiful gardens and provides a soothing getaway even as you overlook the pristine beach just a stone’s throw away.
The street façade of the house offers complete privacy with a wooden wall and entrance surrounded by trees and shrubs keeping away any prying eyes. The interior is split into two wings with one housing the public areas and the other containing a series of bedrooms and bathrooms.
Another interesting feature is the 10-meter-long floating that connects the two living areas and offers an enhanced interaction zone for family members. With dark black walls in the backdrop fabulous contemporary decor in contrasting lighter hues and sculptural wall art in bronze every little detail comes together to create a truly exquisite interior.
One of the most distinctive features of the home is its that is covered in steel and ushers in an air of timelessness to an otherwise modern structure. Turning a normal home in a multi-level residence with a lovely attic the design of the house by Dorrington Atcheson Architects fuses a distinct silhouette with seamless modern ergonomics.