If you’re in the market to become a homeowner but the prices are just too high, you might be interested in getting yourself a tiny house. And, remember, just because it’s small doesn’t mean it can’t be luxurious. Designer Chris Heininge has found a way to turn 280 square feet into a beautiful safe haven equipped with everything from a kitchen and bathroom to a second story bedroom.
By playing with the angles of the brick on the exterior of this house in South Korea, JOHO Architecture, were able to give it a rough textured surface. Design: JOHO Architecture Photography: Sun Namgoong
Design students Elaina Runge (who studies textiles) and Ana Mosseri (who studies furniture design), worked together to create an over-sized chair named the ‘Looped Pile Seat’ for a school project. Let’s take a look […]
Victorian architecture became popular in the United States during the Industrial revolution. A Victorian house plan offers a starting point that can be interpreted and personalized in an infinite number of ways. Victorian house designs draw from a […]