Yes, a whole post about modern bathrooms. While looking through the projects of b.e architecture I couldn’t help but notice their mesmerizing bathrooms. Some of them are adorned with some pretty impressive marble. For some it may be a little busy or maybe the patterns would make you dizzy. I for one love the crazy beauty that these all marble bathrooms create. Do you think, that you would grow wary of it? Like wallpaper that needs to be removed? Would you want this in your bathroom?
Cement polymer, wood, chocolate, paper, salt, nylon and acrylic are just a few materials that Emerging Objects are 3D printing. A group focused on innovations in 3D printing architecture and building components, some of these shapes and patterns are quite nice. I see some of these as art or sculpture. They would make fantastic dividing walls in modern homes. Maybe even exteriors walls using the correct materials. Take a few minuets and visit their site, pretty cool things happening.
This modern brownstone located in Chicago is a perfect example of simple and clean modern. There is beauty in simple clean lines and that is exactly what is found throughout these interiors. The house revolves around an intricate steel staircase that has many parts but it is still quite understated. The stone and brick found through out the interiors reminds us of the past while adding diversity in texture. The marble pedestal sink it quite amazing.
These modern holiday homes by Cheshire Architects are beautifully constructed small homes for the perfect get away. The burt exterior juxtaposed with the lighter plywood interiors is a great contrast giving a more open feel inside. I think it would be so fun to have a spot like this that you could run away to for a weekend. This series of homes was meant to fell like boats bobbing in a sea of grass. There is a nice little video as well.
Minimalism is alive and well in Sao Paulo Brazil. The minimal interiors of this home were design by Isay Weinfeld. My favorite room has to be the bedroom (second picture) for so many reasons. The bed is an amazing piece by Joaquim Tenreiro, it alone makes this space for me. The interiors make me feel like I am looking through a contemporary art museum due to the minimal approach. Could this look be pulled off with non designer pieces?
Ken Woolley designed this little black and white beauty in the “Lowline” series. Located in St Ives Australia and completed in 1966 being a stellar example of mid century architecture. “Externally, the Lowline B with its extended exposed Oregon beams and bagged brick walls continues the natural features found within, the exposed, rough-sawn wooden beams, stained timber trims and skirting and the original polished wooden floors in the dining and living spaces.” I love the black and white color palette it seams to let the colors int he room be more expressive. Maybe be if I had a nice little vintage Porsche to go with it. Make sure to click over to the site, a lot of good details and history to read about.