Posts Tagged ‘minimalist home office’

Stunning in Silicon: Amazing office space, has modern design with amazing views of the Silicon Valley below

Stunning in Silicon: Amazing office space, has modern design with amazing views of the Silicon Valley below

With its nearly camouflaged design, this home office really does blend into its surroundings thanks to its concrete façades and glass walls that merge into the backdrop. This stunning design has recently been developed by Swatt | Miers Architects and is located on a steep cliff overlooking spectacular views of the Silicon Valley. Read more


Elegantly Eclectic: One-storey house with mixture of styles, is unique and dynamic

Elegantly Eclectic: One-storey house with mixture of styles, is unique and dynamic

3 May, 2015  |  Exterior, House Interior  |  No Comments

This very cute one-storey house looks perfect amongst its street setting, surrounded by a scattering of trees and shrubbery. The new owners of this house really wanted to completely redesign their house, so they could settle down permanently. The team of architects at the company Klopf Architecture designed and changed the layout of the kitchen and living room by removing walls and adding large windows to allow lots of light to enter in. Read more


Minimalist house with a unique design in Portugal

Minimalist house with a unique design in Portugal

7 February, 2014  |  Exterior, House Interior  |  No Comments

The house was built on a central city terrain with 80m2, were i built a house with 277 m2 (useful), an architectural achievement using half-floors! The house has three bedrooms, one dining room, one living room, one office, three exterior accessfull areas (one a complement to a bedroom, other on the dinning/kitchen level and which is made of glass and other is the rooftop where exists a swimming pool) and a two car garage with car lift. The house is simple… it is organized in a vertical and hierarchical way. The social areas are on the inferior floors and the private areas on the superior levels. To achieve great visual amplitudes and dynamic interconnections between spaces, the interior was structured in half-floors. The width of the plot decided the stair. In fact, it became the heart of the house. Read more


The Old into The New : 1920’S Penthouse transformed into a modern abode

The Old into The New : 1920’S Penthouse transformed into a modern abode

14 December, 2013  |  Apartment Interior  |  No Comments

It’s difficult to believe that this penthouse was built in the 1920’s with its ultra modern interior and immaculate attention to detail, it looks very much the styling of the 21st century. London architect John Pawson has taken this 90 year old penthouse and transformed it into a minimalists dream. This construction boasts large brushed steel windows and tall glass doors that open out onto a roof top balcony. Read more