Modern Glass Kitchen Decoration by Opticolor

The sophistication in the design of a modern kitchen visible in our post below. The use of glass with a variety of shapes and colors change a kitchen design that special. OptiColor Its modern design and sleek glass makes it more interesting. Reflection of light seeded with OptiColor glass material. OptiColor Glass Kitchen designed with modern concepts. OptiColor glass material used to provide color and tastes a high shine. The kitchen is equipped with a glass back splash OptiColor almost red.

Some of these designs is the socket also shows clipping. In addition, this kitchen design that matches OptiColor cutting boards and window sills. Kitchen Design OptiColor Glass available in various attractive colors. Here is a kitchen equipped with a back OptiColor glass splash of lime green, white kitchen design, black current, red orientation, dove gray, white mint, and a kitchen equipped with glass splash back OptiColor ride.


Hunters Hill House by Stanic Harding

Modern home design bright on my post below is a design house by Stanic Harding Architects. Development of the basic design of the house with a white color and a charming interior design make this home as a comfortable dwelling. This project involved the total remodeling of a dilapidated, unremarkable 1950′s house on a waterfront property adjacent to Tarben Creek. The challenge was to create a light and airy home on this steep south facing site while maintaining connections to the garden, water and city views.

A series of three distinct pavilions were formed linked by two open courtyards allowing the house to gradually step down the site. The courtyards let sunlight enter the house via the extensive glazing on the northern facades. The transparency and deep modulation of these facades offers protection from summer sunlight while permitting winter light to reach deeply into the house. The courtyards provide access to level gardens and external living spaces so important on such a sloping site. The waterfront terrace of the original house was maintained to offer a connection to the waterfront garden and the city, water and bridge views beyond. Many existing trees and plants on the site were retained and the landscape design intent is to return the waters edge to its original state.

The ceiling treatment in the public spaces is designed to enhance this circular sense by installing thin, flush fitting fluorescent strips radiating out to the perimeter. This provides for a stronger and cleaner ceiling plane that is contributing to the quality of the space. The use of the low pitch skillion form gives the house a subdued presentation to the harbour and neighbouring properties while the street frontage is deliberately restrained as a considered contemporary insertion offering limited visual access to the house beyond.


Frida – Contemporary White Kitchen by Cesar

Maybe you agree with contemporary kitchen design from Cesar is unsurpassed. So I conclude, in view of their kitchen design concept. Frida kitchen this time I will show to you, one of the luxury kitchen design from Cesar. Frida kitchen predominantly white  for every kitchen cabinet, so it looks clean and bright. Explanations for any kitchen design Frida under my picture show, and enjoy this contemporary kitchen.

Base and tall unit doors in gloss clay; a servo-drive mechanism opens base units while a push-pull device opens tall units. Glacier White finish Corian top and peninsular unit top. Gloss clay lacquered island shelves. White Ovale island hood.

Base and tall unit doors in sliced zinc ash that open thanks to a white aluminium grip recess. Gloss clay wall unit door with a push-pull opening device and a grip groove. White laminate top. Sklok wall-hung hood built into the wall unit.

Sliced cocoa ash base and tall unit doors, Vetro handle. White etched glass Luce wall unit doors with matt aluminium frames. White etched glass top. White silk-effect lacquered peninsular unit top. Stainless steel Twin hood.

Matt white base and tall unit doors, integrated handle. White Unicolor top and partition. White open unit. Mira wall-hung hood.

Matt white – grey oak door. Handle integrated in the door of base units and push-pull mechanism on wall units. Unicolor white top and shelves. Matrix hood.

Light oak door. Luce door with white lacquered glass on tall and wall units. Handle integrated in the door. White lacquered glass top, aluminium front edge. Matrix hood.

Base and tall unit doors in gloss white pine that open thanks to a white aluminium grip recess. Corian Glacier White top and peninsular unit. White laminate shelves. Stainless steel Parentesi island hood.

Gloss white base and tall unit doors. Luce wall unit door in gloss white glass. Polished Profil handle on base units and Cromina handles on the tall units. Graphite Unicolor top and shelves. Matrix wall-hung hood.

Gloss white base and tall unit doors. Matt Profil handle on base units and Cuba handle on tall units. Graphite Unicolor top, food preparation unit and partition. Graphite open unit. Cilindra wall-hung hood.


Sisifo Lamp – LED Table Lamp Can Rotate 360 ​​Degrees

Now in the modern era most people use LED lights for home lighting needs. Because the LED lights more energy-efficient and beautiful design, and the following is a table lamp design with a beautiful and simple design. Designed by Scott Wilson for Artemide, a new typology that combines light duty with a table lamp. With a graceful and powerful light table lamp is also often able to rotate 360 ​​degrees. It may be more suitable for lighting your bedroom.

Description from the designer:

It’s no news that LED lighting is the future as they provide energy efficient solutions. Until recently, LED lighting has been expensive and lacked the quality of light consumers desired. Now, LEDs are able to achieve the temperature and performance quality expected by users and at an accessible cost. By 2015, Predictions are that 50% of US residential homes will be LED. And if one attends any of the lighting trade shows this prediction is reinforced by the abundance of companies showing off their latest LED versions of task lamps, pendants, sconces and table lamps. However, it is overwhelmingly obvious that most current LED-based architectures and designs are derivatives of their traditional incandescent counterparts despite the fact that LEDs offer more opportunity to reinterpret how light is embodied and delivered.

Sisifo, Scott Wilson’s new hybrid luminaire for Artemide, challenges this convention with a new typology of light that blends task lamp with table lamp and leverages LEDs qualities to create a new icon in lighting. Wilson’s vision was to create a large diffused disk of light that gracefully balances and easily rotates 360 degrees to direct a soft, powerful light source.

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