These amazing interiors were found at Lagerlings, which is a site for renting and buying properties. I have posted about a few places that Lagerlings has had in their line up but not for quite some time. I recently went back to their site and they had a gallery. The gallery contains some very nice imagery, giving you an idea of the types of places they represent. That first image, the kitchen, that stunning kitchen = Dream Kitchen!
This portable concrete house by ÁBATON is pretty amazing. I could see dropping one of these just about any where, cabin, beach house, lake house or even a pool house in the back yard. It could be a guest house/mother in-law house. I know the uses are endless, I really love that you can close everything and make is fairly secure and just walk away.
The outside is covered with grey cement wood board. Ventilated façade with 12cm thermal insulation around the building. Solid timber structure manufactured through numerical control; Inside timber panels made of Spanish Fir Tree dyed white. ÁPH80 has been designed and manufactured fully in Spain.
Manufacturing time:6-8 weeks. Assemby time: 1 day. Transportation by road.
The newly built Open plan living home is elegant and minimal. This home is truly minimal and filed with natural light which gives the feeling of a “greater” space. The cabinetry is amazing as it makes everything disappear when not in use. The wood work on the stairs is beautiful. The bathrooms, which are not shown here are pretty great a well. The highlight, Artichoke Lamp, Copper Designed by Poul Henningsen.
I love the simple architecture of this home by Doisamaisv. I use the term simple to describe the shape of the home. The long house with glass ends is a great concept, I may have to put this one in the mental archive for the next house. I bet this could be done with a metal warehousing structure as well. Everything is so clean and minimal inside and out. I want to live this way.
This house listing was popping up all over Facebook yesterday and I just had to share it. George Matsumoto is the genius behind this amazing mid century modern house that is for sale in North Carolina. To me the actual structure feels current, maybe because it is not so much post and beam. The inside and furnishings are a 100% magical mid century modern paradise. “Designed in 1954 by renowned Modernist architect George Matsumoto, the iconic Poland-DeFeo House is a classic example of Matsumoto’s genius. Built in Raleigh, overlooking Crabtree Creek” Could you imagine living there?
Christina and Takaaki left Brooklyn for a more minimal lifestyle. They found and renovated an older home in Putnam Valley, NY. What they did with the home is pretty amazing. I am captivated by the truss work, it feels as thought the trusses are holding together the roof line. Takaaki fashioned some of the features to echo the ancient dwellings of rural Japan, 17th century, and his home as a child. The juxtaposition of the exterior and the interiors are beautiful and at the same time, linked by color.