Brazilian walnut floors glossy marble surfaces and a large fireplace greet you as you enter the large and open living room. Extravagant use of glass allows for a seamless connectivity with the outdoors along with ample natural lighting.
With large and flowing spaces ergonomic décor and innovative lighting House Tat floors you with its distinct and dazzling look. Lighting plays a pivotal role in highlighting and elevating the interiors of most homes conceptualized and brought to life by Nico van der Meulen Architects. This signature style is pretty evident in House Tat as well as large pendant lights recessed lighting and track lighting combine to add a warm and inviting charm to the residence.
Docked on Mission Creek in San Francisco California this modern floating house is proof that life on the water can be beautiful sophisticated and intriguing at the same time.
The task of adding a fresh extension to this Victorian house was entrusted to the architects from Jackson Clements Burrows who did an impeccable job of striking the perfect balance between the interiors and the exterior.
The world around us gets recreated because we are constantly on the lookout for something new and exciting. Interior designers have this natural instinct when it comes to combining stories and materials feeling and colors or textures and memories.
Yet step inside and you will come across elegantly placed stone surfaces beautiful exposed wooden beams that grace the ceiling and a tinge of copper here and there to invite the rustic exteriors indoors. A seamless amalgamation of the antique and the trendy the home exudes grace and tranquility.
A refreshing pool ergonomic modern kitchen and luxurious bathrooms complete the home. in the bedroom and large floor-to-ceiling glass windows employed throughout offer unabated views at all times while bringing in a sense of light and airy freshness.