BLACK AND WHITE
Admittedly, the interior of this home might not be for everyone - after all, it’s so white and minimal and pristine. Could I imagine living in a space like this all the time? Probably not - I’m not that neat - but I can imagine escaping to this light-drenched home that manages to appear both energizing and yet wonderfully serene.
Villa Wallin is located on Yxlan in the northern Stockholm archipelago, and was designed by Erik Andersson Architects for a budget of €150,000 - which seems pretty remarkable in itself when considering the result. The house was designed using a strict 1:3 ratio - it measures six metres in depth and the same in height, and eighteen metres in length - while the windows are square in form and have the same size, granting the building a sense of balance.
This wooden desk with all its elegant hidden drawers inside, is the creation of Simon Schacht for his master craftsman diploma. Photos by Wolfgang Pulfer.
This is a great idea!! The Vessel bathtub is made out of carbon-fiber and is hanging like a hammock. It is designed by Splinter works.
Source: Elle Decoration via FBD
Summer is officially here in the UK (albeit the weather has other plans) and I’m craving a little outdoors time. I love this concept of “indoor outdoor” living. It feels like the perfect way to get the best of both. However, for those UK folks reading this….you might have to travel somewhere a little more exotic to take full advantage of this!
Extensión del Museo Marítimo
Source: Plataforma arquitectura
Imam Mosque, formerly known as Shah Mosque is a mosque in Isfahan, Iran standing in south side of Naghsh-i Jahan Square