Tiny Off-Grid Cabin That Takes You Offline

Tiny Off-Grid Cabin That Takes You Offline
Cabin living is getting more and more popular because people want to interact with nature, they want to spend time outdoors and stay connected to it when indoors. If you feel like you’ve had enough of this crazy, tech-oriented world and you just wanted to get away from all the devices and enjoy a few... 
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Minimalist Loft Converted From An Old Church

Minimalist Loft Converted From An Old Church
The Pape Loft resides inside a quirky church conversion project in Toronto that’s broken up into multi-story lofts. StudioAC was brought on board by the owners of this loft to help create a more minimalist way of living through a renovation and with less furnishings overall. The loft spans 1,143-square-feet with a double-height living room... 
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Renovated Mid-Century Modern Home In Australia

Renovated Mid-Century Modern Home In Australia
This mid century in Queensland Australia is a recent renovation by longstanding Brisbane firm Robin Spencer Architects. Beautiful original stone walls, joinery, interior planters and that gobsmaking copper flued fireplace all gussied up and taking center stage, as they rightly should. Let’s take a look! The living room is done with a sitting zone by... 
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Bold Jewelry-Inspired Modernist Apartment

Bold Jewelry-Inspired Modernist Apartment
The residence on Bergen Street in the Brooklyn neighborhood by General Assembly was renovated for a jewelry designer and her family. The client’s delicate metalwork informed design details across the apartment and inspired the designers a lot. Taking the jewelry-making process as inspiration, they used rolled raw brass sheets in the living room and master... 
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Contemporary Residence That Overlooks The Sea And Mountains

Contemporary Residence That Overlooks The Sea And Mountains
This residence designed by Greek studio R.C. Tech is located in the southern part of Kythera, Greece, opposite to the Venetian castle and next to a creek with dense Mediterranean vegetation. Scattered olive trees and tall, old cypresses encircle the white volumes of the house, and the panoramic view is impressive and spans between the... 
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Vietnam Moon House With A Futuristic Façade

Vietnam Moon House With A Futuristic Façade
Located in Thanh Xuân, an urbanizing rural area in Vietnam, the Moon House by NH Village Architects is a locally traditional tube building — a high and narrow structure sharing side walls with neighbors — and is professionally designed so that each room is lit with daylight. Conceived as one vertical continuous space flowing from... 
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Igloo-Inspired Vancouver Apartment With A Hidden Loft

Igloo-Inspired Vancouver Apartment With A Hidden Loft
You wouldn’t typically think an igloo would be the inspiration for a residential design but that’s the case for the latest project from Falken Reynolds. Located in the historic Gastown neighborhood in Vancouver, this loft settles in at just under 600-square-feet with a design that looked to the compressed living spaces found in Canadian igloos. In... 
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Minimalist Apartment With Unexpected Neon Lights

Minimalist Apartment With Unexpected Neon Lights
Sometimes minimalist interiors feel too cold or too boring but the apartment we are sharing today is none of that kind. This space in Kiev by Ukraine based interior designer Lauri Brothers is a gorgeous 100-square-meters home spruced up with bright green and pink neon. The interior start minimally at the entryway with a simple... 
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Restored Captain Kelly’s Forgotten Tasmanian Cottage

Restored Captain Kelly’s Forgotten Tasmanian Cottage
This 320-square-metre cottage on Bruny Island in Tasmania dates back to the 1840s when it was built by its namesake, Captain Kelly – a harbourmaster who was noted for his voyage around Tasmania in a whaleboat and for being the first Australian to enter the Antarctic Circle in 1832. John Wardle Architects has restored the... 
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Minimalist Light-Filled Lake Cabin In Quebec

Minimalist Light-Filled Lake Cabin In Quebec
Cabins, cabins, cabins! Mountain, forest, lake, any other ones, they got extremely popular and we and many other blogs are posting a lot of them because people today are striving for nature, for connection with this beauty and for a feeling of freedom outside. Today we are sharing one more cabin: spanning a compact 915-square-feet,... 
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