Archive for the ‘Architecture’ Category

Children’s Reading Public Library with Play Areas

Posted by housedeco On April - 28 - 2016 Architecture

children reading room

Children’s reading room in the new wing in 6,800 SF East Hampton Library became a medium of learning at the same time fun play area. Established in 1987 and one of Long Island’s oldest public libraries. The interior design and graphics environment of reading room is a reference to the legacy of Long Island’s East End. Continue Reading »

Treehouse World of Living by Baumraum

Posted by housedeco On September - 8 - 2014 Architecture

treehouse world of living

Treehouse was designed by the German company, Baumraum for construction, residential and Adventure World of Living in Rheinau-Linx, near the French border. The project which was amazing for visitors and emphasize the innovative orientation of the tree house. The treehouse is embodied in a company internship workshops in cooperation with external partners. Continue Reading »

Tea House Design by David Jameson Architect

Posted by housedeco On August - 19 - 2014 Architecture

Tea House by David Jameson Architect

I always dreamed of one day want to have a small house to relax and drink tea in the backyard. David Jameson Architect has managed to inspire me with unique project, Tea House. From the Architect. A hanging bronze and glass object inhabits the backyard of a suburban home. Continue Reading »

East Hampton Retreat by Amy Lau Design

Posted by housedeco On August - 12 - 2014 Architecture

east hampton retreat by Amy Lau Design

East Hampton Retreat designed by Amy Lau Design, this is devoted art and design collectors’ tranquil Hamptons oasis soothes in its envelope of natural, sandy hues enriched by sporadic moments of bold color and form. Interior took me into the calming space, this house represents a shady feeling to be close to nature. Continue Reading »

seaside house balcony

This wonderful seaside house is a treasure Irish. Located in region Coliemore Harbour, Dalkey, Dublin. Built on two levels by Irish Architects duo, Shane de Blacam and John Meagher from De Blacam and Meagher Architects. Construction building is more linear than vertical, interior is also more work on space and texture to avoid crowded decoration. Continue Reading »

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