A Monolithic Argentinian House Set In Stone And Concrete [Video]

A Monolithic Argentinian House Set In Stone And Concrete [Video]

This Argentinian house takes on a linear, monolithic form that dominates a green landscape next to a native forest. Built with walls of cold concrete, the large house presents a hard, brutalist exterior that can be seen from afar. As onlookers draw nearer, intermittent walls of rustic stone interrupt the smooth expanses of grey render, bringing texture and depth into rectangular cutaways. Created by architects at Patio Estudio, the house design is both separated and connected by patio areas that expand the volume of the home. The patio elements create an interior-exterior link and work as an integral part of the floor layout, complementing the main functions of the home.

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Smooth Microcement Interior Decor Concept With Heavy Black Accents

Smooth Microcement Interior Decor Concept With Heavy Black Accents

Smooth microcement decor moulds this interesting home concept with curvaceous walls and a calmly cohesive pale colour scheme. Visualised by Eugene Shkilnyuk, this unusual decor scheme is rooted in an ultra modern realm, although a moment of stone age styling chisels out a unique kitchen island design that straddles majesty and madness. Shaded with heavy black accents, this monochrome home interior holds high contrast living spaces that are emphasised under spectacular round skylights and a modern lighting system that snakes freely across microcement ceilings. The material palette and lighting scheme holds firm in the master bedroom, where we visit a minimalist workspace and an open plan ensuite bathroom.

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Inspired Industrial Interiors With Exposed Brick Walls

Inspired Industrial Interiors With Exposed Brick Walls

These four inspired industrial style home interiors are enriched with cool details that will help you to imagine, shape and realise your very own. From exposed brick feature walls, bespoke raw concrete creations and characterful rusty steelwork accents, to industrial style mezzanines, striking kitchen installations, laid-back lounge areas, eclectic dining room sets and creatively colourful industrial decor palettes, this inventive collection has it all. Come with us as we tour through an extravagant music lover’s romantic bohemian abode, a quirky and colour infused rustic industrial pad, a light flooded industrial loft under an enormous skylight, and a plush emerald green accented luxury industrial space.

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Minimising Interior Fuss With Microcement Industrial Decor

Minimising Interior Fuss With Microcement Industrial Decor

Microcement finishes smooth, shape and contour the stylish interior of this modern 90 square metre apartment, located in Lviv, Ukraine. Visualised by Ira Lysiuk, the industrial style decor here is an understated and tactile affair that meets with natural wood slatted features, oak cabinetry and soft creamy textiles that prevent the aesthetic from falling cold. The simple microcement decor scheme is free of fuss, which allows contemporary furniture and fashionable designer pieces to command the limelight. The cohesive grey palette floods every room of the home, engulfing all horizontal and vertical planes to create one restful expanse that soothes the eye and the mind.

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