The accompanying sweet black makes a great accent in the kitchen, windows, tv, fireplace and some other parts of the interior. Custom cabinetry and closet systems from the Italian and Polish accents classic space. In the bathroom the teacher, smooth texture and stone tiles of glass to compliment a room creates a warm and pleasant. Apartments in Philadelphia, was renovated by Moto Designshop Inc. to make it minimalist yet comfortable and beautiful. Faced with windows on three SIDS, apartment flooded with natural light and views from the city. The design concept called for a limited palate clean, defined material to emphasize the open plan. White was chosen as the color for the walls, floors and furnishings.
Contemporary of the extraordinary form and features material covering the wall Very. interior also does not look like the interior because of the home. Asymmetry and minimalism is the main feature. Black, white and gray color is only used in designing the interior. Glossy, slick surface is a futuristic touch to the overall impression. making extraordinary part of contemporary architecture that stands out even in Japan. Japanese architect famous for their architecture experimental, contemporary, minimalist. This house was designed by Hiroyuki Fukuyama and is located in Setagaya, Tokyo is one example that combines all the style. It lies almost in the center of town and stood out of that environment.
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