Yatzer made a selection from the projects which were presented during the Fourteenth Edition of Salone Satellite from April 12 – 17 2011, at Milan Fairgrounds, Rho, Pavilions 22 – 24. Discover the youthful creativity through the Yatzer eye which selected the TOP50 designs, amongst hundreds that were displayed from 700 young designers and 20 design schools. Read more…
Here is one form of modern home design and luxury with stunning views in Norway. The house is very comfortable and luxurious as The House Gunderson, located in Haugesud, Norway. This house was designed by architect Racki Widjedal Bergerhoff (WRB). In general, interior design and architecture of this house made ??for offering spectacular views through large windows in the interior design.
The is made of neutral tones giving a sensation of darkness, but thanks to large windows and back to the fireplace. Moreover, the kitchen has integrated a glowing, smooth and compact With everyone looking for kitchen gadgets hidden in bookshelves to create the effect of monotony without unnecessary accents screams thats make it looks elegant and cozy. Let’s see the the picture of this modern and luxurious home with amazing view in Norway at below and get some inspiration.
Julien de Smedt Architects won the competition to design the hotel back in 2008 and it was finished this summer. The undulating hotel is uniquely built on a pre-existing parking garage — the form of the garage underneath helped determine the final shape of the hotel. Elevating the six floor hotel above the parking garage structure has the advantage of giving more privacy to hotel guests. The space under the hotel at the street level now consists of shops, a restaurant and cafe, and the hotel lobby.
The green roof provides extra insulation and storm water retention for the hotel, and guests can even walk around the roof for fresh air and exercise. Meanwhile, the inner courtyard and garden space draws more light into the interior hotel rooms.
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