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Gjøvik House, where minimalism becomes cozy

Minimalism and cozy style never seem to go along well when it comes to architecture and interior design. But the architects of the famous Danish studio Norm Architects, have succeeded in creating a home where the minimal style is really cozy at the same time. It is the project of a beautiful family house located in the city of Gjøvik, one hour from Oslo, and with a view on Lake Mjøsa and the ...

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A minimal Christmas

It’s the end of November and I haven’t start talking about Christmas yet but now I should really start thinking about it if I do not want to get late as usual. For those who like to enjoy a little Christmas atmosphere but do not love the classic red and gold Christmas decorations full of frills, I found a house with a minimalist decor that is right for you! It is the home of Jonas ...

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A studio with a great space division

Today home tour brings us to visit a wonderful studio. What I like the most is that it is a studio but the spaces are so well divided that it actually looks like the apartment is bigger than its real surface. Each function is visually separated from the others creating a neat and comfortable open space: the kitchen occupies an entire wall of the apartment, clearly defining the kitchen area; ...

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The transformation of a former brewery

Today's home tour takes us to visit an apartment near Antwerp born of a conversion project of a former brewery and malt factory. This former factory has been transformed into The Cubes, a complex of four new-build blocks which were developed by Brussels-based architecture firm Bogdan & Van Broeck and that contain apartments, offices, artist studios, a museum and public squares. The ...

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An apartment in the Marais transformed into a mini loft with an industrial allure

Today I bring you to visit a small apartment in the Marais district in Paris, one of the most fashionable and vibrant areas of Paris. The apartment, renovated by architect Maureen Karsenty for a young couple, is not, however, the classic Parisian Haussmannian apartment. The renovation was intended to give the apartment a mini loft allure, incorporating some industrial elements such as the glass ...

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