Tea Houses are now much more frequently, and really popular. Places where you can relax, enjoy the peacefull spaces are now something to look for in order to improve your life style. Swatt Miers Architects has created multiple of these gorgeous glass cased homes in Silicon Valley for a client who had the extra land on a single lot. With so much extra land to spare there built three of these miniature retreats into the perfect nature scenario.
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Wo doesn’t love a good idea and a creative blend of colours ?? It implies courage!
To underline the fact that a happy environment can have an amazing effect on our lives, the Ukranian designer, Ino Getiashvili, came up with some cheerful ideas and decorated the interior of an apartment located in Odessa’s old town in a unique way.
In order to create a breezy and fluid atmosphere, an open space area occupies most of the 110 square meters surface, reducing the kitchen, the living room and the dinning to one unitary spot. The house “keeps a good communication” with its inhabitants through positive messages such as “Smile”, “Love”, Dreams” and “Travel”.
Many say that the attitude is everything. The right ambience can create the right attitude.
Imagine yourself coming home here.
Would you still give an overwhelming attention to your problems? No. You’d rather let yourself inspired and look for a creative way to solve them!
Gorgeous and stylish, the Odessa apartment is bright and functional.Creativity played an important role in defining it: from the warm colorful illumination system, to the textures and the vibrant mix of colours. Ideal for a young couple, this super-modern home in Odessa gives a strong feeling of belonging
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On the day of his birthday, we like to remember Saul Bass (also celebrated by Google with a beautiful doodle) with an item of Christian Annyas, an American designer who has gone to seek and to investigate what had happened over the years logos designed and made by Saul Bass for some major U.S. companies…
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