This incredible mid-century style home was designed by Austrian architecture firm Luger Maul. The approach is characterized by it's clean simple lines and thoughtful integration with the environment. There's ample use of full height windows, and an open floor plan which helps bring the outdoors in. The timber exterior travels all the way through to the interior finishings, and then plays an important role in even the finest bespoke details. This skilful use of timber helps add both warmth and texture, not to mention luxury!
The overall design aesthetic is supported by strong geometric shapes and horizontal lines. This is used successfully across both the building and the pool, giving it a timeless grounded feel. The natural materials and simple design means it fits effortlessly into the surrounding landscape. I'm sure this serene example of mid-century styling would make Slim Aarons smile along with the new owners, nicely done!
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Deep Yellow is a small design studio based in Kosovo that produce some astonishing design resources and posters. Recently I found their work floating around on Pinterest and felt it deserved a bit more exploration - and of course a few backlinks to their site. As mentioned in their Behance bio, they are working towards bringing some world-class design resources online.
This incredible apartment and living room design by Cometa is a definitive example of small space architecture. It’s situated near Barcelona’s Olympic Marina where price and space are at a premium.