Tucked on a steeply sloping site with expansive views of the city and mountains, Myrtle View House is a complete reimagining of an existing 1950’s residence. The compact low form with dark stained wood and simple detailing allows the house to maintain a low profile and quietly nestle into the slope.
Conceived as a minimalist retreat, the marching orders for this project were as follows: “when I arrive and sit my bags down, I want to feel as though I’ve stepped into a modern art gallery”.
This spartanly modern house in the hills of Echo Park was outfitted with the essential furnishings and touches of modern bohemian decor. Interior designer Natalie Myers, of Veneer Designs, had the opportunity to redesign a two-bedroom Echo Park house, in said community, and the result was truly something special.
CD Pool House is a simple yet elegant space designed by Belgian designer Marc Merckx. Project description: The structure’s defining feature is its sleek, dark façade. Stretches of straight timber merge with black-framed glass and a metal trellis. The darkened wood continues throughout the interior, along with light gray walls and concrete details. The pool […]
RICCA is a bar recently completed by Ryohei Kanda from Roito Studio in Ginza, Tokyo. This project is inspired by Hanami, a Japanese traditional custom of enjoying the transient beauty of flowers (cherry blossom front). Description by Ryohei Kanda: I created this design to make everyone feel Japanese aesthetic sense. In Japan, there is cultural event is known […]
With a minimalist design, this white apartment was designed by Tai & Architectural Design in Taipei, Taiwan. Project description: Nowadays, in many city such as Hong Kong, Tokyo, Taipei even London, the young people cannot afford to buy a property to settle down as a “home” because of the high price of the house. This […]