Brighton Townhouses by Martin Friedrich Architects in Victoria, Australia

Project: Brighton Townhouses
Architects: Martin Friedrich Architects
Location: Brighton, Victoria, Australia
Area: 5,586 sqft
Photographs by: Derek Swalwell

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Brighton Townhouses by Martin Friedrich Architects

The Brighton Townhouses are a project completed by Martin Friedrich Architects in the city of Brighton in Victoria, Australia. Their designs rely on the contemporary home design principles enabling the dwellings to feature spacious living and dining rooms that can extend their area into the courtyards and wrap around pools through sliding doors. Each of the houses spans through three floors, with a spiral staircase to connect them. The interior is blessed with natural light through a large circular skylight.

Brighton Townhouses by Martin Friedrich Architects in Victoria, Australia

The Brighton townhouses address the strong desire to live comfortably, maximizing area on a more compact site. Gone are the days of abundant grounds. Inner Melbourne markets require maximization of the built area and the creation of smaller outdoor spaces that work efficiently, even in some of the more prosperous suburbs. Two large, three-story townhouses including basement each sit comfortably on the site where a single dilapidated house was originally located.

The minimalist contemporary design provides a seamless indoor-outdoor living space with a large fully glazed kitchen/dining/living room opening on the side and rear via full-width sliding doors to the entertainer’s courtyards and glass-tiled pool. The pool wraps around the main indoor-outdoor living areas.

The glazed entry enclosure aligned to view the pool beyond opens onto the sculptural circular staircase, which transcends all three levels, providing pivotal drama to the entrance of the property. The cylindrical form that houses the stairs projects out of the building on the side, finishing this double-height space from the ground with a large circular skylight above that floods the space in natural light.

The design explores a minimalist pallet of materials finished in pure white render. Matching, white metal louvers on the front and rear provide privacy from the neighboring townhouse and break up the simple shapes of stacked cantilevered cuboidal forms. The dark-colored finishes of the otta-colored oak wood flooring, Pietro Grigio marble, and gray mink-colored carpet contrast with the white walls and add warmth and richness. The pure white house is further accentuated by the vivid colors of the artwork.

On the first floor, three generously sized bedrooms enjoy access to private en-suites, walk-in-robes, and balconies. These are connected via a gallery walkway with a continuous skylight running along the length that has been broken up into eight glazed sections with gimbaled lights projecting on paintings below.

The basement houses cinema, cellar, gymnasium, and a five-car garage with turntable.

Martin Friedrich Architects

Brighton Townhouses by Martin Friedrich Architects in Victoria, Australia

Brighton Townhouses by Martin Friedrich Architects in Victoria, Australia

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Brighton Townhouses by Martin Friedrich Architects in Victoria, Australia

Brighton Townhouses by Martin Friedrich Architects in Victoria, Australia

Brighton Townhouses by Martin Friedrich Architects in Victoria, Australia

Brighton Townhouses by Martin Friedrich Architects in Victoria, Australia

Brighton Townhouses by Martin Friedrich Architects in Victoria, Australia

Brighton Townhouses by Martin Friedrich Architects in Victoria, Australia

Brighton Townhouses by Martin Friedrich Architects in Victoria, Australia

Brighton Townhouses by Martin Friedrich Architects in Victoria, Australia

Brighton Townhouses by Martin Friedrich Architects in Victoria, Australia

Brighton Townhouses by Martin Friedrich Architects in Victoria, Australia

Brighton Townhouses by Martin Friedrich Architects in Victoria, Australia

Brighton Townhouses by Martin Friedrich Architects in Victoria, Australia

Brighton Townhouses by Martin Friedrich Architects in Victoria, Australia

Brighton Townhouses by Martin Friedrich Architects in Victoria, Australia

Brighton Townhouses by Martin Friedrich Architects in Victoria, Australia

Brighton Townhouses by Martin Friedrich Architects in Victoria, Australia

Brighton Townhouses by Martin Friedrich Architects in Victoria, Australia

Brighton Townhouses by Martin Friedrich Architects in Victoria, Australia

Brighton Townhouses by Martin Friedrich Architects in Victoria, Australia

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18 Awesome IKEA Bunk Bed Hacks Your Kids Will Love

Do you only have one kids’ room? Even if you can afford the space to create 2 separate kids’ rooms for your kids, they will probably want to hang out and play together, at least before they hit the teenage years. Regardless, your kids will always have different ideas of what they want their room to look like and the more you have of them, the more frequently you will have to make changes to the room. Instead of buying custom-made bunk beds to satisfy your children’s wishes, we are going to show you how to make use of IKEA bunk bed hacks so that you can make them by yourself, saving money and opening a lot more customization options.

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Welcome to a new collection of DIY ideas in which we’ve featured 18 Awesome IKEA Bunk Bed Hacks Your Kids Will LoveCheck them out and feel free to try out some of the ideas. They come together with tutorial links that will lead you to detailed, step by step instructions for the project that you choose. You should give these a try before you hit the furniture store. Maybe you’ll find exactly what your kids want. Enjoy!

1. Dressed Up Bunk Bed

2. Upholstered Bunk Bed

3. Home-y Curtain Bunk Bed

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4. Bins & Bookcase Bunk Bed

5. Medieval Castle Bunk

6. Chalk and Snooze Bunk

7. Cozy Cottage Bunk

8. Pink Princess Castle Bunk

9. Stencil Leaf Bunk

10. Ball Pit Bunk

11. Cross Country Bunk IKEA Bunk Bed hacks

12. Rock Wall Climbing Bunk

13. It’s a Mod, Mod Bunk

14. Wood Slat Bunk

15. City Skyline Bunk

16. Tiny House Bunk

17. Nautical Nighttime Bunk

18. Castle & Ball Pit Bunk Bed

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La Lucia by SAOTA and ARRCC in South Africa

Project: La Lucia
Architects: SAOTA, ARRCC
Location: La Lucia, Kwazulu Natal, South Africa
Area: 7,287 sqft
Photographs by: Karl Beath

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La Lucia by SAOTA and ARRCC

La Lucia is a residence designed by SAOTA, and its interior designed by ARRCCIt is situated on the Kwazulu Natal North Coast, just south of Umhlanga, in the suburb of La Lucia, which is where the residence gets its name from.
The design of this home is the perfect balance between luxury and comfort which is achieved through its uncomplicated spaces.

La Lucia by SAOTA and ARRCC in South Africa

This La Lucia beach house perfectly balances luxury and comfort with its uncomplicated spaces. Situated on the Kwazulu Natal North Coast just south of Umhlanga, the house is gently nestled between protected milkwood trees and enjoys beautiful ocean views – both of which inspired the design. Bronze aluminium sliding screens cocoon the house and offers protection from the elements as well as providing a unique the signature look for of the building.

“The surrounding beauty of the environment inspired so much of the design. As designers we are passionate about creating spaces that reflect both the location and our clients – that is how life-enhancing spaces are crafted.” – Mark Rielly, ARRCC Director.

ENTRANCE

A sense of arrival is created by two milkwood trees flanking the entrance. A floating timber step platform and pergola lead towards the front door of the home. Upon entering, the panorama is only revealed as one reaches the doublevolume hallway – the aligned timber slat cladded ceilings drawing the eye to the seascape ahead. Ocean views are framed perfectly by the screens that envelope the building.

“The owners wanted the project to epitomise the spirit of a contemporary beach house with a sense of sophistication. The design was kept relaxed yet carefully considered to maximise the environment it forms part of,” says Rielly.

GROUND FLOOR

The ground floor is designed to seamlessly integrate with the external terraces, pool decks and landscaping while maximising the views across the beach and sea. This area can be enjoyed as one continuous space or arranged into more individual and private spaces. Sliding screens provide flexibility to do this. All the areas open up either onto the sea facing pool deck or to the afternoon sun lit garden on the West.

ARRCC

La Lucia by SAOTA and ARRCC in South Africa

INTERIOR

The interiors express simplicity and restraint while making the home comfortable and cosy. Sand-coloured polished concrete floors, bleached timber, natural leathers and grey linens are anchored by soft neutrals and countered with touches of charcoal, teal and azure. The indoor and outdoor decor are aligned to allow for maximum entertainment space. The formal dining table and outdoor terrace table are positioned adjacent each other to accommodate large parties. The lounge and terrace lounge furniture were also chosen to read as one space.

SCREENS

The East sea-facing façade is ‘wrapped’ with a series of bronzed anodised aluminium sliding screens that cocoon the structure entirely or in part. The screens are patterned to abstractly mimic the milkwood trees and create the home’s signature look, but also serves to protect the building from wind, rain and sun. These environmental challenges are part and parcel of a seafront property and need innovative design solutions to overcome it.

UPPER LEVEL

The four sea-facing bedrooms are located on the upper level and open onto private individual terraces. When closed, the aluminium screens add an interesting design element to this level.

EXTERNAL SPACES

The pool, deck and entertainment areas were placed on the see facing side of the house, elevated slightly to provide views over the dune plants to further reinforce the connection with the ocean. Materials chosen for the external spaces echo bleached driftwood and the sandy beach. Weathered iroko decking and ceiling slats, honed sandstone and polished light coloured concrete floors form the predominant materials and create a direct relationship with surrounding environment.

ARRCC

La Lucia by SAOTA and ARRCC in South Africa

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La Lucia by SAOTA and ARRCC in South Africa

La Lucia by SAOTA and ARRCC in South Africa

La Lucia by SAOTA and ARRCC in South Africa

La Lucia by SAOTA and ARRCC in South Africa

La Lucia by SAOTA and ARRCC in South Africa

La Lucia by SAOTA and ARRCC in South Africa

La Lucia by SAOTA and ARRCC in South Africa

La Lucia by SAOTA and ARRCC in South Africa

La Lucia by SAOTA and ARRCC in South Africa

La Lucia by SAOTA and ARRCC in South Africa

La Lucia by SAOTA and ARRCC in South Africa

La Lucia by SAOTA and ARRCC in South Africa

La Lucia by SAOTA and ARRCC in South Africa

La Lucia by SAOTA and ARRCC in South Africa

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15 Adorable DIY Valentine’s Decor Ideas You Should Craft

Still think you’ve got time to decorate your home for Valentine’s Day? Are you sure? There are less than two weeks before the 14th of February which is not all that much if you intend to make all the decorations by yourself. You will need time to make them all, but going the DIY way is the right choice nonetheless. First off, you will save some money, but more importantly, you will be able to decorate your home with truly custom DIY Valentine’s decor that is unlike anything that is currently being sold in the stores.

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We invite you to take a look at the below collection of 15 Adorable DIY Valentine’s Decor Ideas You Should Craft. Check them out and make sure to bookmark the ideas that you want to make. That way you can instantly find them when you’ve got some spare time to craft them. The following DIY projects for Valentine’s Day are quite simple and easy to make so you wouldn’t need all that much time but still, if you want to make more of them, it’s best to be prepared. They also come with tutorials that include step by step instructions which will guide you through the entire process. Enjoy!

1. DIY Wreath with Tree Branches

2. DIY Love Blocks

3. Valentine’s Day Wreath Using Curled Grosgrain Ribbon DIY Valentine’s Decor

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4. Valentine’s Mantel

5. DIY Ombre Cork Heart

6. BURLAP VALENTINE’S DAY GARLAND

7. LOVE ARROW VALENTINE WREATH

8. DIY VALENTINE’S DAY GARLAND

9. DIY VALENTINE’S DAY MASON JARS

10. STACKED OMBRE HEART CANDLES

11. Fascinating Valentine`s Day Centerpiece

12. DIY Leather Heart Placemats

13. DIY Faux Fur Heart Pillow

14. DIY Wire Heart Photo Holders

15. keys to my heart

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20 Remarkable Modern Home Exterior Designs That Will Steal Your Gaze

The exterior design of your home is one of the most important aspects of the way your home creates its perception. It can make people be like “Wow!” when they pass along the street or it can make them completely ignore it. We know that when it comes to the modern home exterior design, it is easy to create that surprise factor that makes it so noticeable by everyone. Besides, do you not want to spend a moment enjoying the beautiful exterior design of your modern home everytime you go out or go back in?

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Welcome to a new collection of home designs in which we’ve featured 20 Remarkable Modern Home Exterior Designs That Will Steal Your Gaze. Take a moment to explore the awesome modern home exterior designs that we thought you are going to like. Spoiler alert! You will like them.
This collection is also the last one of this batch of modern home designs that we’ve been featuring as part of our showcase of the modern style. If you want to catch up with it, make sure to check out the all of the pieces of the showcase, featuring the kitchenbathroombedroomliving roomdining roomhome officekids’ roomhome barstaircase,  hallwaysunroom, and entry hall. That’s it as far as the interiors are concerned, but we’ve also featured designs of the outdoor areas such as the modern entranceporchdeckpatiolandscapebalcony, and swimming pool. Enjoy!

1. Birches Bay

2. Ashburton House

3. Modern Exterior

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4. Modern Home Exterior

5. O.M.T. house

6. Modern Exterior

7. Mason Residence

8. Waters Edge Home

9. Modern Home Exterior

10. House M in Leipzig

11. Corner Pocket House – Manhattan Beach, CA

12. Lake Minnetonka Retreat Home

13. Modern Home Exterior

14. Wayzata Residence

15. Hibiscus Residence

16. Lakeview 1

17. The Tropical House

18. Coastal home – St Andrews

19. Modern Home Exterior

20. House Jun

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White Line by Nravil Architects in Almaty, Kazakhstan

Project: White Line
Architects: Nravil Architects
Location: Almaty, Kazakhstan
Area: 3,229 sqft
Photographs by: Mussabekova Ulbossyn

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White Line by Nravil Architects

Nravil Architectsa Kazakhstan-based architecture studio, completed its design for the elegant White Line residence that overlooks the cityscape of Almaty, Kazakhstan.
This 3,229 square foot home sits on a nearly flat site, which made the construction a lot easier since only minimal excavations were performed during the process. One of the most unique features of this home is its exterior design which is formed by a concrete frame coated with a smooth white lime plaster.

White Line by Nravil Architects in Almaty, Kazakhstan

We like to make the house as simple as possible and at the same time interesting. The building is located in a landscape of unique beauty. The main goal was to develop the project without harming the natural landscape. The exterior of the house is conceived, that would look different from different sides and due to this you can enjoy the view of a non-repetitive exterior.

Appearance and interior support the same color, emphasizing the severity and unity of the house. Panoramic energy-saving windows from both sides of the house evoke a feeling of complete openness and privacy with nature. The glass has a reflective property from the outside to reflect trees and clouds, so the house merges as much as possible with the surrounding environment. You can go on the balcony in the morning to drink coffee, enjoy a panoramic view of the horizon and fresh air.

The interior of the house is simple. Monochromatic white color in the interior allows to maximize the sense of space and not to strain the person, to feel clean and relax comfortably.

There were minimal excavations at the construction of the house, as the current relief of the site was perfect. The house stands on stilts. The frame of the house is a concrete structure, which is isolated from the outside and then covered with a flexible, smooth white lime plaster.

Nravil Architects

White Line by Nravil Architects in Almaty, Kazakhstan

White Line by Nravil Architects in Almaty, Kazakhstan

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White Line by Nravil Architects in Almaty, Kazakhstan

White Line by Nravil Architects in Almaty, Kazakhstan

White Line by Nravil Architects in Almaty, Kazakhstan

White Line by Nravil Architects in Almaty, Kazakhstan

White Line by Nravil Architects in Almaty, Kazakhstan

White Line by Nravil Architects in Almaty, Kazakhstan

White Line by Nravil Architects in Almaty, Kazakhstan

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Cloud House by McBride Charles Ryan in Melbourne, Australia

Project: Cloud House
Architects: McBride Charles Ryan
Location: Fitzroy North, Melbourne, Australia
Area: 753 sqft
Photographs by: Courtesy of McBride Charles Ryan

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Cloud House by McBride Charles Ryan

The Cloud House in Melbourne’s Fitzroy North suburb is nothing more than a historical home typical of the city. This holds true only if you look at it from the street side. On the other side, there is nothing that is typical, nor historical.
McBride Charles Ryan has made sure that this home is as unique as it gets both in regards to its interior and exterior. It flows into three distinct parts. The first of it is the street side rectangular front. On the other side of it is a cloud shaped structure that gives the name to this house and in between these two parts is a bright red area which is the center of the home.

Cloud House by McBride Charles Ryan in Melbourne, Australia

The Cloud House is an addition and renovation to a double-fronted Edwardian house in Fitzroy North. Over the course of close to a century, this house has received several additions and modifications.

McBride Charles Ryan’s work for the house is designed in three parts. This allows for a sequence of distinct and unexpected episodes, with glimpses previewing oncoming spaces and experiences as you move through the home.

The street facade has been left to demonstrate the clients’ respect for the evolution of the character of the area and the modest street alteration belies the extent of the comprehensive internal renovation work. The spaces within the original structure are largely white in colour, united by exotic floral hallway carpet. This journey through the space is followed by encountering a disintegrated red-coloured ‘box’. This is the kitchen, at the heart of the property, which acts as a bridge linking the major spaces. A cloud-shaped extrusion is the unexpected final space. Following the form of a child-like impression of a cloud it is a playful addition where family and friends can eat and have fun surrounded by the curved form.

The new living addition faces due south while allowing controlled north sun into the living area and providing effective cross ventilation. The form of the ‘cloud’ conforms to setback regulations without appearing obviously determined by them. The extrusion creates a dramatic interior language where walls merge seamlessly with the floor and ceiling. The craftsmanship is remarkable throughout; it has a sense of care one typically associates with the work of a cooper or wheelwright. While the geometry is playful, the extrusion is essentially a contemporary barrel vault. It is our hope that this cloud has a ‘silver lining’.

McBride Charles Ryan

Cloud House by McBride Charles Ryan in Melbourne, Australia

Cloud House by McBride Charles Ryan in Melbourne, Australia

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Cloud House by McBride Charles Ryan in Melbourne, Australia

Cloud House by McBride Charles Ryan in Melbourne, Australia

Cloud House by McBride Charles Ryan in Melbourne, Australia

 

Cloud House by McBride Charles Ryan in Melbourne, Australia

Cloud House by McBride Charles Ryan in Melbourne, Australia

Cloud House by McBride Charles Ryan in Melbourne, Australia

Cloud House by McBride Charles Ryan in Melbourne, Australia

Cloud House by McBride Charles Ryan in Melbourne, Australia

Cloud House by McBride Charles Ryan in Melbourne, Australia

Cloud House by McBride Charles Ryan in Melbourne, Australia

Cloud House by McBride Charles Ryan in Melbourne, Australia

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15 Budget-Friendly Home Improvement Hacks You Need To Know

If your home is in dire need of renovations but your budget is not quite ready for it, then you’ve come to the right place. You don’t have to wait to get money for a total overhaul. You can begin working on some DIY projects that are going to cut the renovation costs of your home, but even then, DIY projects can still get really expensive. If you’re not ready for spending a lot of money on home upgrades, do not worry. There are plenty of home improvement hacks that can work just as good even when you’re on a limited budget.

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Welcome to a new collection of DIY projects in which we’ve featured 15 Budget-Friendly Home Improvement Hacks You Need To Know. Take a look at them below and you will identify some of these projects as solutions for your home improvement needs. All of the following ideas have free tutorials that you can access by clicking on the links below each image. The tutorials come together with complete step by step instructions that will make it all a lot easier. Enjoy!

1. DIY Shiplap Walls

2. DIY Faux Wallpaper

3. Cover An Ugly Light Fixture

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4. DIY Kitchen Island From Dresser

5. Frame A Builder Basic Mirror

6. Air Stone Fireplace Makeover

7. Transform Boring Cabinets Home Improvement Hacks

8. $6 Dollar Ceiling Fan Update

9. DIY Whitewashed Fireplace

10. Cedar Street Number Planter

11. Painted Stairs

12. DIY Floating Shelves

13. Add Shutters

14. Paint An Oak Banister

15. Give Your Faucet A Face-Lift

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Lot o7 – Contemporary Offices in the Batignolles district of Paris, France

Project: Lot o7
Architects: Chartier Dalix and Brenac & Gonzalez & Associés
Location: Paris, France
Area: 260,486
Photographs by: Takuji Shimmura, Stefan Tuchila, Sergio Grazia

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Lot o7 by Chartier Dalix and Brenac & Gonzalez & Associés

Lot 07 is a brand new office building project completed by Chartier Dalix and Brenac & Gonzalez & Associés in the Batignolles district of Paris, France. This massive 260,486 square feet building is part of the extremely dynamic renewal of the Clichy-Batignolles district in Paris.

Lot o7   Contemporary Offices in the Batignolles district of Paris, France

Context

The building is part of the extremely dynamic renewal underway in the Clichy-Batignolles district, an area characterized in part by the convergence of railways leading to the Saint Lazare train station. Positioned at the edge of the web of train tracks, on the platform partially covering the rail corridors for train storage, the site is inserted between this opening facing the wider landscape and what is becoming a densely built up new urban artery on the other.

Continuous Ribbon

The “ribbon” plan offers an open façade in relation with the context of the train tracks, the street and the park. Thus, like the Möbius ribbon, the exterior and interior spaces interlock on all sides of the building, enabling easy and fluid movement and visual continuity from the outside, from the ground floor up to the roof. All the façades have received the same careful attention to their design, ensuring their continuity resembles a continuous, homogeneous and unbroken skin.

Lot o7   Contemporary Offices in the Batignolles district of Paris, France

Continuously changing skin

The whole building is clad with enameled terra cotta, a reference to the industrial buildings standing along the train tracks. Applied on all the façades, this skin comes alive, its appearance changing according to the direction in which the façades are facing and according to the quality of daylight and what is happening in the sky.

The lobby

The lobby is laid out with simple materials. Vals stone laid out lengthwise covers the floor and the interior of the staircase like the lining of a garment. The metal structure composed of columns creates a spectacular space with a height of 8 meters. These cruciform metal structural elements imbue the space with a subtle vibrancy. The treatment of the base of the columns hides their spring supports. Technical elements also disappear underneath the continuous material surfaces.

Smooth flows

The thinking about the domestic ambiance of work spaces led to an alternative design for circulations encouraging friendliness and spontaneity. Thus, exterior and interior spaces have been interwoven across all façades of the building, thereby facilitating the smooth flow from one area to the next and ensuring visual continuity from the outside, form the ground floor up to the roof, where a hanging garden offers an entirely new kind of work space.

Lot o7   Contemporary Offices in the Batignolles district of Paris, France

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Lot o7   Contemporary Offices in the Batignolles district of Paris, France

Lot o7   Contemporary Offices in the Batignolles district of Paris, France

Lot o7   Contemporary Offices in the Batignolles district of Paris, France

Lot o7   Contemporary Offices in the Batignolles district of Paris, France

Lot o7   Contemporary Offices in the Batignolles district of Paris, France

Lot o7   Contemporary Offices in the Batignolles district of Paris, France

Lot o7   Contemporary Offices in the Batignolles district of Paris, France

Lot o7   Contemporary Offices in the Batignolles district of Paris, France

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16 Magnificent Modern Swimming Pool Designs That Will Make Your Jaw Drop

If anyone tells you that they do not wish for a private modern swimming pool in their backyard, then you should know that they are lying. A swimming pool is one of the most luxurious additions to the home that you can treat yourself with. But even then, it is more about just digging a rectangular hole, tiling it and filing it with water. There are different swimming pool designs out there, more than you can think of, so let us show you what a true modern swimming pool should look like.

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Welcome to a new collection of modern designs in which we are going to show you 16 Magnificent Modern Swimming Pool Designs That Will Make Your Jaw Drop. Take a look at the spectacular designs of modern swimming pools below, just make sure you remember to breathe. These truly amazing designs are straight out of your dreams. Enjoy and make sure to take a look at the rest of the outdoor areas that a modern home should have. We’ve already featured designs of them in our showcase of the modern style, including the modern entranceporchdeckpatiolandscape, and balcony. Enjoy!

1. Modern Swimming Pool

2. Lakeview 1

3. Mafola Garden

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4. Modern Pool

5. Las Colinas Golf & Country Club

6. Modern Swimming Pool

7. Watermill Residence

8. Modern Pool

9. Brookfield House

10. Pool with a view

11. Small modern pool

12. VILLA S

13. Modern Residence

14. Modern Landscape

15. MacGregor Street

16. Villa Biarritz

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