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Posts Tagged ‘contempororary’

Contemporary And Curved Kitchen Design Ideas

Posted by ucrit on December 7, 2010

The eye catching design and functionality are amazingly combined in the contemporary kitchens collections presented by Skyline collection and designed by Snaidero. Kitchens from this Italian company are characterized by inspiring and comfortable. Kitchen designs designed by this company stand out with curved shapes of the tables and working tops. These types of tops not only look unusual and nice, but also make the working area look enlarged. These contemporary kitchens occupy less space and at the same time can satisfy all tastes and requirements. Some of these kitchens are very practical corner version and some are with curved island. This designer offers a large variety of classic and modern finishes. Read the rest of this entry »

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O House by Kimizuka Architects in Japan

Posted by ucrit on March 22, 2010

O House by Kimizuka Architects in Tokyo JapanO House is the Tokyo house in Japan was designed by Kimizuka Architects to reduce noise and increase privacy. The modern contemporary design is the three-story timber house for a family with two small children. The O House site is situated near a busy main road in Tokyo and is surrounded by small offices and homes. To ensure privacy and noise reduction, large polished plaster walls set off first. Then cut out openings for natural light, wind, saw the sky and the garden next door. The main area, which consists of the living, dining room, kitchen and studio, is guaranteed on the first floor and is open to a private terrace surrounded by plaster walls and louvers. Second floor, the white box under the sliding of the mass, is the solution to reduce the impact to neighboring sites because of the shadow and volume. Read the rest of this entry »

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