- Wall heating in the bathroom
- A stunning modern apartment with kitchen fronts laser cutting
- Caravans Stem ago
- Sustainable development in the concepts and systems of water-saving bathroom for the future
- Baby room with wooden furniture
- Contemporary lounge chair in brown leather
- Decoration flower pot in garden
- Reserve Ramatuelle – a design hotel that leaves nothing to be desired
- 9 reasons that speak for camping holidays
- Puerta Evolution – design doorway by Klemens Torggler
Ground and first floor delayed
Ground and first floors are offset from the other, because they do not belong together. Different surfaces with different shades of gray to accentuate the effect. Here, the roof of the ground floor serves as the upstairs balcony.
This house was selected in 2014 by the Royal Institute of British Architects as one of the 23 most impressive new homes in Britain and is available for selection for the Manser Medal. This award is given annually to the top, redesigned by an architect, Home.