Bright and spacious, the Blake House in London discovered by our site on 1st Option ranks high in inspirational details. A simple color palette defined by white and spiced up with unexpected vivid hues lets out a feeling of elegance and neatness. Each interior seems more imposing than the next and the consistent design makes the room transition very smooth.
Seekers of original decorating details will probably find the giant butterfly imprint in the main living space appealing. Embedded in a simple, white decor, its effect is memorable. We also appreciate the addition of colorful chairs, adding a touch of vitality to the spaces. The connection between the two levels of the loft is ensured by a minimalist stairway, of industrial origins. Generously-sized windows flood the loft in natural light and amplify the refinement of the overall home design. How would you comment on the atmosphere this home exudes?
These days, a building doesnt just have to look good, it should ideally be good for the environment too. A great example of sustainability spliced with style from the past few years is the M&S store at Cheshire Oaks Retail Park in Ellesmere Port, designed by Aukett Fitzroy Robinson.
An example of a huge success is Heneghan Peng Architects’ Giant’s Causeway Visitors’ Centre in Antrim, Northern Ireland. Using the large difference in level across the site, the architects created two folds in the landscape. Bold, but not conflicting with the rather bleak natural environment, these folds draw all the man-made areas together and create one fitting man-made break in the natural landscape. In the words of the architects themselves, There is no longer a building and a landscape, but building becomes landscape and the landscape itself remains spectacular and iconic