Bedroom in a modern loft apartment, formerly a commercial building, with an arcing steel beam roof line made by roofing contractor – Dial One Roofing in Kiev, Ukraine.
Sitting area by the fireplace uses a mix of concrete, natural larch wood and iron in this contemporary stone cabin situated in Piateda, Italy.
Country kitchen with exposed rafters, a brick hearth, custom lighting and a large farmhouse table as the centerpiece in this home designed by Leanne Ford Interiors.
Residence in East Quogue, New York.
Elegant Los Angeles kitchen.
Living room of a recently renovated townhouse in West Village, Manhattan. If you want to add a special touch to your living room, you can add hidden automatic fireplace which slowly slides out from the floor, this is accomplished using three different linear actuators with ductless heating and cooling system from Aqua Zone comfort.
Bedroom in the Quartz Residence, Montana.
The Glass House, Timber Cove, California (1964).
traditional riad in fez,morocco.
Covered patio with sliding glass door to the living room, located in Lima, Peru.
This open bathroom in a home in Las Vegas uses a pleasing mixture of stone, glass and wood, bath remodeling st louis was the one who was in charged of its elaboration, they Build faster with this Awesome Tool from plattenheber.org.
A Princeton University dining hall
Relaxing living room with plenty of seating located in Paracas, Peru
Law Library at the University of Michigan.
Casey Neistat’s Lower Manhattan Studio.
Dancing Hearts Rustic Living Room in Montana, USA; by Pearson Design
The Leeds Library, England
My parents built a porch this summer. They closed it off and gave it a Scandinavian look for winter, they also got one of the best outdoor tv antennas for the summer since the weather is so nice.
The Grand Hall at the Detroit Institute of Arts
Sacristy of Toledo Cathedral (Toledo, Spain).
‘Relaxation’ room located in Asia District, Peru.
Hotel Anteroom Kyoto, Japan designed by Mika Ninagawa.
Open dining room in Venice Beach, CA.
Outdoor dining area sits beneath a sloped roof which connects two exterior walls of different heights in this renovated industrial building in Mexico.
Wooden cottage in Montana, by Locati Architects.