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This apartment for a family of four people in a stately building in the south of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, was designed by architect I29. The original structure of the home, must with room for staff, a double room and long hallway with many doors have been converted to residential area full of light and air transparency.
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Apartment minimalist interior design is as much as 2500 square feet apartment on Nob Hill California in San Francisco. This apartment has a spacious interior overlooking the Pacific-Union Club, Grace Cathedral and the Masonic Center and has plans for a gallery-like, that as natural light and open period provides ample space for a collection of [...]
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Like other spaces planned, before designing the dining room, we must also make a list of dining needs. This is where the duty to know the needs of Architects House Dining Room. Here I explain some of the dining room needs as follows:
Posted on July 15th, 2010 under interior | Comments Off
At the time of traditional furniture with a modern style, they did see some very surrealistic. want to be able to satisfy design and technological innovation behind the collection of all elements are those which mix in a large house of quality items from a variety of styles.
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contemporary cafe bar interior design ideas
The visitors of the cafe in Barcelona, led by architect Barbara Appolloni up the ladder to the floor and a terrace outside of the concrete. Called the Federal Republic Cafe, the project includes the opening of the Interior in the streets with steel windows are on the ground and the [...]
Posted on October 19th, 2010 under interior | Comments Off