This gorgeous house interior is situated on the 61st floor of the metropolitan tower, New York. The design of this house is appropriate for small family with 2 children, the home interior are look so dramatic and every single room is constructed so that the postcard view of central park is the star and it has a solid walnut bookshelves that has a secret door. The house is designed as a communal living spaces stands in between the master suite and the kids’ rooms, hidden behind the aforementioned trap door in the library, thus providing a buffer of sight and sound. For myself I like the solid wood furniture of this house particularly the bookshelves that could accommodate huge books collection and a large LCD TV. The bathroom ceiling is decorated with an artistic graffiti that illustrated tiger and eagle on fight. Find the details of this lovely contemporary residence by visiting this site.
Take a look at this urban residence combining dark, natural Brazilian hardwood and concrete, vernacular stonework in the open planned style. This contemporary and modern residential design is presented by Marcio Kogan and his team. Progessing up the house: stone, concrete frame and totally wood clad forms are thoughtfully placed. Thing forming the backbone structurally and visually of the house is a thick stone clad wall perforated by large spans of glass. It results in a divided part between the outside and inside.