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Contemporary and Stylish Apartment with Two Level Interior Design

11/04/2011 1 comment

Apartment with two levels of interior design, development with contemporary design and color theme paint with natural selection. White walls, warm colors and furniture outside the natural surroundings is a great combination of apartment design. Except Children’s Room, she designed with the selection of bright colors. Special bedroom for your lovely daugter Pink.

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Awesome Fireplace at Contemporary Apartment-with Two Level Interior Design

 

So, this apartment feels so comfortable to live. The architecture of the apartments are split level design with two designs. The first floor is about 200 square meters, while the latter only 45 square meters. This room also has wood floors, to enhance the theme of nature and natural surroundings. The living room, perhaps the center of this apartment. The walls of the room, marked with a case book, and an impressive fireplace next to a TV to impress.

 

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The SF House as designed by Studio Guilherme Torres

12/09/2010 Comments off

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Architectural Studio Guilherme Torres designed this impressive 600m2 house for a couple and their two teenage children, in Londrina, . The house consists of three floors. 

The first floor, built at the street level, contains the laundry area which cannot be seen due to the span that forms the garage. Above the garage one can find the living area and the guest’s bedroom. The big wood brise indicates the stairway that leads to the house. On the third floor, you will find the bedrooms which face a vast terrace.

The access to the bedrooms is through a long corridor, brightly illuminated by glass sealed slabs on the ceiling and walls. Light is this project’s main property. It is free, rich, abundant and generous.

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