Asymmetrical Shaped House

Ysy House was designed by Nagoya-based studio Auau and is located in Seto, Japan, in a beautiful but populated forest, on top of a small hill. With a matte white finish, the home is very well differentiated within its neighborhood and is quite an attention-grabber. The home is structured on two levels and the asymmetrical walls make the interiors unique.
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Wooden Treehouse

This unusual artists’ studio was developed by studio Malcolm Fraser Architects and is located in Glen Nevis, Scotland. Deep in the forest, the intriguing unit is only accessible through a bridge and a beautiful wooden path, also built by the project team. What a dreamy place! Totally love it!
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Stylish Apartment in Sweden Invaded by Color

Scandinavian design is usually about airy and immaculate spaces, with white walls and an overall charming design. The apartments has 2 and a half rooms and a total area of 68 square meters. The living room is the core of this appealing loft and is light and airy due to the retractable roof window and another large window facing a main street in Gothenburg. A turn of the century traditional fireplace ensures a delightful atmosphere, perfect for having family and friends over. Colorful art works enrich this main living area and add a happy tone. Next to the living room there is a spacious all-equipped kitchen and an inviting bedroom with a large bed for two.
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Original Design Approach in Stockholm

This amazing apartment is located in Stockholm, in the Ostermalm district and was designed by Mats Gustafson. It stretches over an area of 180 square meters and features two patios, an elevator with private key to enter straight into the dining room, an open fireplace and many, many more.
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“Upside-Down” Apartment

Such a lovely apartment! It is designed by architect Neave Brown for COEN!.
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Deep in the forest...

A spectacular residence deep in the forest... Designed to take full advantage of the beautiful and refreshing natural landscape, the Lake Forest Park Residence gathers under its roof the most beautiful wood-filled interiors. Using natural materials like different types of wood and a lot of glass that connects the outside to the inside, the Seattle-based architecture studio Finne Architects managed to recreate the comfortable feeling of a rustic home without having to use an outdated design.
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