Tamizo Architects Group designed this absolutely stunning home in Pabianice, Poland. "We are a project group whose main interest is architecture and interior design. We are mainly interested in ambitious projects whose source is simplicity and functionality. We act according to the philosophy that ‘less is more’"
Skylights show the path up to the main living area. The generated twist focuses our sight towards the ocean, whereas the surrounding walls only serve as a frame of the context. Thus a spatial division of the different uses was avoided where possible, as well as a differentiation of interior- and exterior spaces. Most important was to prevent a limitation of the magnificent view.
"Polished concrete, wood Parota, stainless steel elements, natural stones and finally the careful selection of furniture make this beach a dwelling residence only." Casa La Punta is a beautiful residence right on the beach in Punta Mita, Nayarit, Mexico. Elías Rizo Arquitectos have done a stellar job with loads of open areas to make the most of the stunning location.
"The fireplace is made of dry stacked granite, which continues as a vertical structural element from the living room floor through the second story. The main stair is charcoal concrete cantilevered from a structural steel tube." This residence is embedded into a sharply sloping hillside property in Hollywood, a challenging site that led to the creation of a house that is both integrated into nature and open to the city beyond.
Erik Spiekermann a typography guru and his wife Susanna Dulkinys, a designer seem to have an apparent distaste for clutter. This is the first house they’ve built from scratch and it looks awesome. Situated in Berlin the home boasts perfect lines, an elegant minimal approach and even has a bunch of energy-saving features!
A beautifully simple home created for a couple, or single person I guess. Perfect in size and as well as location being situated in the open with panoramic views of the surroundings. The One Floor Contemporary Portuguese House In Melides.
Boris Koy and his German team have totally revamped this penthouse with an slick minimal style. There is a fine line between a soulless over-minimal interior design and a clean, spacious, simple design… we think Boris and the boys pimped this pad out just right.
The residence and office, designed by Milan-based architect Jacopo Mascheroni of JM Architecture for a financial consultant and her family, consists of two sections: a rounded glass pavilion and a reinforced concrete structure that is partially inserted into the mountain.