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Completely White Apartment With Dominant Central Home Office-2

A rustic style chunky dining pendant light anchors the family friendly eating area in its spot.   A white double-door fridge freezer matches the smooth white kitchen cabinets and colour coordinated countertop. White gloss metro tiles make up the backsplash. The kitchen accents are a combination of shiny chrome and stainless steel, mismatched dishes and […]

Completely White Apartment With Dominant Central Home Office -1

This office-like home interior, by The November Design is a vision of pure white: White painted walls and ceilings, crisp white veneer and powder coated metal, white kitchen and lights. Each icy detail just showing subtle variation in tone. Elements of furniture and flooring provide accents of lightly warming woodgrain. Soft furnishings and the bathroom tiling bring hints of beige into the mix too. Because the palette throughout the apartment is kept so simple, all visual interest must come in the form of great design and layout. Dominating the layout is a large work desk, placed right in the centre, where a bold black desk chair waits.

The sitting room of this apartment looks very similar to a client waiting area in an office or design studio. The neat wooden arm settee does not provide a lot of lounging space or cosy comfort, which might tell us a lot about the hardworking nature of this homeowner. The surrounding storage furniture is also of a chic modern office style, typically found to be holding reference books, files and stationery supplies.

A white wall sconce acts as a reading light over the seating area. A second lamp at the other end illuminates the book cabinets.

Although the colour-free decor might initially cause the home to appear minimal, the apartment actually contains a fair amount of furniture and storage. If each piece were to have been selected in a colour then this would be a busier scene.

Directly adjacent to the small sofa we find the huge desk. The desk has been given much more floor space and status than the lounge area, suggesting work is of much more importance here than play or relaxation.

Beneath the swing arm wall lamp, a handy end table makes an ideal spot to keep a current book.

A glazed dividing wall lets extra natural light filter into the space.

A white powder coated strip light is suspended low from the ceiling over the dominating desk.

Stylish ergonomic chairs are essential to a highly productive work space, and this bold black version of the Herman Miller Mirra 2 looks like it has been given pride of place in its stark surroundings.

The desk is of a Scandinavian style and has rounded edges so that there are no sharp corners to cause painful bumps from its central location.

Behind the desk, a modular storage unit is another place to conceal paper clutter.

Matching the dimensions of the singular work desk, a dining table over in the kitchen area comfortably seats four.

A sizeable piece of artwork is propped casually on the floor, also painted in pale tones to match the decor.

Black window frames are the only other dark element in the scheme to match the black desk chair.

The dining table centrepiece is a clear decorative vase, filled with a handful of simple greenery.

The positioning of white and wood finishes on the desk top and legs has been flipped around on the dining table. Four different chair designs have been grouped together with the dining table to create a relaxed eclectic look.

A rustic style chunky dining pendant light anchors the family friendly eating area in its spot.

A white double-door fridge freezer matches the smooth white kitchen cabinets and colour coordinated countertop. White gloss metro tiles make up the backsplash. The kitchen accents are a combination of shiny chrome and stainless steel, mismatched dishes and clear wine glasses.

The flooring in the hallway is tiled rather than wooden for a more hard wearing, washable finish. Hallway storage has been wall-mounted to allow for easy floor cleaning too, and provides a convenient place to kick shoes under.

Wall-hung cupboards make the floor area appear most spacious. Concealed LED lighting makes a welcoming feature of a recessed shelf, and a couple of chunky door knobs add a little interest to plain white units.

A sliding interior door saves space.

A few knick-knacks adorn the shelves of the white modular unit behind the desk to make it look more homey. The more useful, necessary stuff that may not be as pretty on the eye is tucked out of sight in a selection of easily accessible cupboards and drawers.

In the bedroom, a couple of modern wall sconces are mounted to a panel over the headboard, where some concealed shallow storage cabinets can be found over at the window end.

A cutaway shelf runs the width of the headboard wall, lined with beech wood. Nighttime reading books are stored here, and a there are charge points for mobile phones and tablets.

A selection of small indoor plants bring a little fresh colour into the room, and soften the look of the contemporary built-in dressing table.

The bedcovers are subtly patterned in a white and beige floral print. Sliding beech wood doors indicate a built-in wardrobe, whilst another gives access to a bathroom.

Inside the bathroom beige becomes the leading colour, which is a surprising change after the expanse of white seen over all other areas of the home. A beech wood vanity unit matches beige stone tiles behind the wash basin and around the bath and shower. The flooring, in contrast, is tile of a dark grey hue. Fixtures and fitting are understated and chrome, though the lights remain white like in the outer living areas.

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Modern Villa Captures Sea Views in Koh Samui, Thailand -2

                 

Modern Villa Captures Sea Views in Koh Samui, Thailand – 1

Sicart & Smith Architects is an international boutique design firm in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Led by Franck Sicart and Julien Smith, two French architects, the company develops modern and tropical designs.

The concept of 180 Samui started with the careful analysis of the site: a breathtaking view of Chaweng Bay in Koh Samui, Thailand, and a massive rock that needed to be integrated in the project. The result is a horizontal design, low roof-lines and a simple material palette.

The villa is organized around an impressive pool overlooking the view, set perpendicular to the main rock and offering a dramatic feel. A three-sided infinity edge merges the pool, the sea, the sky and its reflection; it seems like the swimming pool is floating in thin air.

The villa accommodates five bedrooms with further facilities such as a spa room, a gym area and a rooftop chill-out terrace. The swimming pool is surrounded by an open kitchen and pool lounge with library and pool table.

Terrazzo and teak wood are the main materials used for the design with subtle variations and accents of black, cream, polished and raw finishes for the terrazzo.

Most of the furniture has built-in features. The sofa in the lounge is sunken into the floor so that when seated, the inhabitants have a clear view of the horizon. Beds are centered in the middle of the bedrooms to maximize sea vistas. A light touch of aquamarine has been added to complete the balance and  harmony of the project. Information provided by Sicart & Smith Architects. Photography courtesy of Johnny McGeorge & Julien Smith.

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