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Modern Dhaka Residence Interior by ONG & ONG Architect

July 07, 2011 By: archinhome Category: Interior Design, Modern House Design

Dhaka Residence is one of interior project from ONG & ONG Architect. Modern and luxury interior and so the furniture.In dining room there is a large rectangle dining table that can accommodate about fourteen people. The bedroom is so large an other room.

Description from Architect:
The client has very defined ideas on interior spaces, so it was important for us to effectively connect the various areas that make up this eight-storey residence.

With an exterior lined with timber and mild steel, the interior uses similar materials while also adding those with more tactile surfaces, such as slatted wood, custom patterned stone and oxidised steel mixed into the rich silver wallpaper.

The subtlety of the palette is key to making the residence both luxurious and understated.

Modern Dhaka Residence Interior by ONG & ONG Architect
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Nuler-Cudahy Residence Interior by David Coleman Architecture

February 23, 2011 By: archinhome Category: Interior Design, luxury home design, Modern House Design

This luxury home in Seattle, Washington . Nuler-Cudahy residence was designed by David Coleman Architecture. This is reconstruction of a 1950?s home.

Nuler-Cudahy Residence Interior by David Coleman Architecture
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Openhouse in Hollywood Hills by Xten Architecture

September 07, 2010 By: archinhome Category: Modern House Design

Description from Architect:
The Openhouse is embedded into a narrow and sharply sloping property in the Hollywood Hills, a challenging site that led to the creation of a house that is both integrated into the landscape and open to the city below. Retaining walls are configured to extend the first floor living level into the hillside and to create gardens on two levels. The front, side and rear elevations of the house slide open to erase all boundaries between indoors and out, connecting the spaces to gardens on both levels. [ Xten Architecture ]

Glass, in various renditions, is the primary wall enclosure material. There are forty-four sliding glass panels, each seven feet wide by ten feet high and configured to disappear into hidden pockets and allow for uninterrupted views and access to exterior terraces and gardens. There are also fixed glass walls, mirror glass walls and light gray specular glass panels which lend lightness to the interior spaces.

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