Located near Madrid, this spectacular home designed by Dahl Architects + GHG Architects displays a fascinating structure. The surprising contrast of brown and white makes the home look dynamic and playful. What makes it much more interesting is the circular wall that encompasses the home itself, offering a feeling of privacy. To be more specific, the Moraleja House, the house of a family of 5, aims to reconnect the inhabitants with the character. “In a generic world, increasingly faraway from the character, this house was projected combining the individuality of where with the explicit wishs of the buyer who desires to protect his privacy but remain in permanent conctact with the exterior world as a non-public space . Wishes that during time and space are hardly compatible.” Behind the circular wall, there are a sequence of patios nicely decorated, where you will enjoy coffee, fresh air and the corporate of a pricey friend. The home spreads over two floors, being spacious, yet warm. The bottom floor accommodates the guest bedroom, a library, a games room, the open space front room, the dining room and the service area. The four bedrooms with patios gym and study can be found on the upper floor. Elegant and classy, the inner feels breezy and uncluttered. The cut outs, the beautiful decorations, the sunshine, the angles, the neutral colours, the “touch of urban” (the graffiti wall) event the lighting system make this house unique.
Meet the work of Remy Meijers, at the riverbanks of the Vecht. Stylish and stylish, with a twist of traditional, the Canal House is an outstanding choice for those that are in the hunt for both, a house and an office. “History meets the existing day in a canal-side house situated only a stone’s throw clear of the centre of town of Utrecht. This seventeenth-century property which houses a house and an office was brought right updated while retaining the building’s historical features. Particularly, a superb sense of spaciousness have been created in both the office area and the living quarters.” Nuances of beige, grey and brown break the white’s monotony. Yes, it’s all concerning the palette of neutral colours and the tranquility that includes it. The apartment is a pleasant inspiration for many who prove visiting it. Envisioned as a functional and practical space, the Canal Home is embellished with several authentic ornaments. Structured on two levels, the home incorporates a social area, containing the kitchen, the lounge and the dining area- them all located at the ground floor and a more private area, containing the bedrooms and the office, at the first floor (which happens to be the attic). The home also features a captivating metallic staircase, allowing vertical circulation.