150 Best New Apartment Ideas

150 Best New Apartment Ideas

Francesc Zamora Mola

Language: English

Pages: 600

ISBN: B00A1AAMN4

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

150 Best New Apartment Ideas

Francesc Zamora Mola

Language: English

Pages: 600

ISBN: B00A1AAMN4

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


This information-packed volume explores the manifold ways in which architects and designers meet the various challenges of designing and decorating apartments for their clients. Featuring an extensive collection of apartments from around the world, 150 Best New Apartment Ideas provides an in-depth look at the most stunning, innovative, and practical design solutions working today. Covering a wealth of information and showcasing the latest design trends, this little book is an inspirational source of ideas, perfect for the homeowner and the professional alike.

The Poster: Art, Advertising, Design, and Collecting, 1860s-1900s (Interfaces: Studies in Visual Culture)

Limited Language: Rewriting Design

Elements of Design: Rowena Reed Kostellow and the Structure of Visual Relationships

Creating the Built Environment: The Practicalities of Designing, Constructing and Owning Buildings

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

turned around to make space to fold down a desk, or both can be in use. © RÖ Convenient for temporarily setting up an office space, this shelf unit closes itself to look like a large, nicely finished trunk. © SMART BEDS Innovative designs that incorporate various functions into one unit make the most of reduced spaces, allowing flexibility in the room layout. © SMART BEDS This bed spins around from behind a bookshelf. Long gone are the early Murphy beds, with their ugly fronts. ©

turned around to make space to fold down a desk, or both can be in use. © RÖ Convenient for temporarily setting up an office space, this shelf unit closes itself to look like a large, nicely finished trunk. © SMART BEDS Innovative designs that incorporate various functions into one unit make the most of reduced spaces, allowing flexibility in the room layout. © SMART BEDS This bed spins around from behind a bookshelf. Long gone are the early Murphy beds, with their ugly fronts. ©

Paul Cha / © Paul Cha Material, texture, and coloration are orchestrated to further articulate the architectural design elements. Feldman Architecture / © Paul Dyer Many types of plinth tubs are available with air bath systems that are installed and hidden inside the plinth. Carola Vannini Architecture / © Filippo Vinardi 141 Venetian plaster creates a unique marble appearance, with subtle variations in color. The surface can be clear, coated, or burnished. Mohen Design / © Mohen

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The design strategy unifies the openings within a “sky zone,” a recessed slot painted gray/blue that wraps the perimeter of the apartment. In contrast with the “sky zone”, a darker inner band is lined with walnut paneling defining the entry and the stairwell. West End Avenue Penthouse Architect: Siris / Coombs Architects Location: New York, NY, USA Year of construction: 2009 Photography: Durston Saylor The project combines two deteriorated penthouse apartments and transforms

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