With a simple change in height of the level the living area stands out from the foyer on one side and the dining area and kitchen on the other. Small staircases connect these various levels and a neutral color scheme ensures that there is a sense of continuity despite the clear demarcation of individual spaces.
Sustainable design is not always about high-tech gadgets and cutting-edge technology and it is often intuitive and eco-friendly architecture that works wonders in creating green homes. Nestled on a sloping site in Avalon Beach New South Wales Australia is a home that brings together modular ease modern comfort crisp design and a plethora of planet-friendly features.
But this fabulous terraced home in London got a modern upgrade with an amazing and relaxing sunken bath as its true showstopper. Nestled in a lovely neighborhood of East London the gives a classic British home a smart modern upgrade with a sparkling kitchen dining area stylish bathroom and toilet that extend into the garden outside.
A green roof though is neither revolutionary nor is it anything incredibly complicated to work with. The idea has been around for more than half a century and for some reason or the other it has simply not caught on as much as it should have. But the last decade has seen a surge in green sustainable home design and with it interest in green roof designs has peaked.
Masterfully designed by Specht Harpman Architects the rooftop garden and hangout is a perfect idea for those looking for something more than just a simple green roof. Both practical and planet-friendly the idea creates an urban oasis even in a concrete jungle!
One instantly notices a blend of the traditional and contemporary inside this London home with exposed brick walls sitting comfortaby next to polished modern surfaces. The carefully curated contrast perfectly encapsulates the spirit of the extension even as the open sitting zone dining area and kitchen act as the new family space.
The small living area with its textured wall cozy fireplace and colorful Moroccan-style lighting fixtures feels both inviting and modern. With a comfy seat next to the fireplace and a plush couch on the opposite side of the room the living room acts as a transitional zone between the foyer the dining area and beyond.