THE DUTCH BRICK HOUSE, DULWICH
THE DUTCH BRICK HOUSE, DULWICH
NOTO Architects
Extension to a semi-detached terraced house within The Dulwich Estate, London
Upper Hill Rise - Master Ensuite
Upper Hill Rise - Master Ensuite
Progressive Design London
The master en-suite - Brushed copper fittings, built in mirrored cupboard, Steam Room & Walk-in Shower.
Stonehenge Holiday Home
Stonehenge Holiday Home
Rooms Outdoor
Sunny holiday home in Stonehenge Rooms Outdoor has worked together with architects to design and build this contemporary holiday home on the site of an old derelict garage. The new building follows the original garage’s footprint, offering a new space for prolonged holiday breaks. The exterior decking area provides a wonderful space for relaxing and enjoying the beautiful surroundings, overlooking the river Avon. Thanks to the wide sliding doors, the open-plan kitchen and main living space are always immersed in light. The communal space is connected seamlessly to nature with a see- through glass balustrade, which creates a safe enclosed outdoor area partially covered by a stylish wooden brise soleil. The ideal spot for your morning yoga sessions! With two double bedrooms and a spacious shower room, it can easily accommodate some extra guests. The Stonehenge holiday home is an eco-friendly building by the nature of the material used. The living green roof provides a mini-habitat for birds, bees and butterflies, creating a little ecosystem.
Mr & Mrs Austin
Mr & Mrs Austin
The Kitchen Store
Kate came to our Hove showroom and met with our Design Specialist, Jan. They were looking to complete refresh the kitchen area from the traditional, shaker style kitchen they had at the time, to something with a much more modern feel to it.
Bespoke carpentry in an apartment with character - Project Taillade
Bespoke carpentry in an apartment with character - Project Taillade
Mon Concept Habitation - London
Des travaux d’envergure ont été entrepris pour transformer l’ancienne cuisine étroite en espace lumineux et parfaitement adapté aux attentes des propriétaires. Des touches de couleurs singulières dynamisent le reste de l’appartement tout en délimitant astucieusement les différentes zones. Un résultat sobre qui ne manque pas de cachet !
How can you define contemporary design when it’s very definition means it changes with the times? Well, in broad terms contemporary design is anything that is the opposite of retro and traditional and is instead innovative, modern and new. In the 21st Century you can define contemporary design as bold, with clean lines and a strong emphasis on natural materials, stark black, white and bold colours, and lots of light. Contemporary kitchens are easy to spot, with their sleek, minimalist kitchen cabinets, glossy finishes and bright open spaces, while contemporary furniture around the rest of the home often plays with curved lines and innovative materials.

Contemporary interior design is modern in essence, but it should not be confused with the interior design and architecture style of ‘modern’, which was a style introduced in the middle of the century and is often termed ‘midcentury modern’. Modernism is different from contemporary design and architecture but because the word ‘modern’ has become synonymous with ‘contemporary’ in everyday talk, there is often lots of confusion between the two styles. If you’d prefer to see simple, functional design and architecture, with lots of right angles and machine-produced materials, then choose the Modern style. If you love contemporary kitchens, bedrooms, bathrooms and living rooms with gloss, glass and curves, stick with contemporary.
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