The end of the 2015 is near and, as so, one of the things that we have in our to do list is a Top of 2015! You always like to look back and see what the year gave to you.
Today, we decide to go to one of our source of inspiration – Design Milk – and collect the Best Top 10 post of Architecture of 2015!
Take a look at the list:
10. YO! Home Is a Convertible Apartment Concept
YO! Home is a mind-blowing convertible apartment that’s an affordable concept high on style and design while being smart about space.
9. An Open Eichler Home by Klopf Architecture
A classic open, indoor/outdoor Eichler home was expanded upon by extending the original walls of glass making even more of a connection to outside.
8. Modern Inspiration for Small Space Living
Not only is living small advantageous from a financial + environment perspective, but it’s also a way to live with just the things you need.
7. A 269 Square Foot Cottage on Wheels
A 269 square foot, “prairie style” cottage on wheels that you can pack up and go vacation in or move into permanently anytime you want.
6. A 1941 House in San Francisco Gets Reimagined
Ryan Leidner Architecture was brought in to reimagine and modernize a house from 1941 making the expansive San Francisco views a priority.
5. Seattle Lofts Mixes Materials for a Stunning Transformation
SHED Architecture & Design completely a custom renovation of this Seattle loft located in Capitol Hill to add storage and function for everyday living.
4. From Church to a Breathtaking, Single-Family Home
A 5,500 square foot project took an old church in Chicago, Illinois and turned it into a modern, single-family home for a family with children.
3. A Montréal House with a Flipped Floor Plan
A house that fits within the context of its Montreal surroundings while at the same time, resulting in a contemporary, modern space for the homeowners.
2. A 900-Square-Foot Tribeca Loft with Some Clever Privacy
A 900 square foot, modern NYC loft that’s a light-filled, open space with both clever public and private areas and plenty of storage and functionality.
1. MUJI Launches Minimalist Prefab Homes
MUJI launched a trio of prefab homes, designed by Naoto Fukasawa, Jasper Morrison, and Konstantin Grcic, that are made from cork, aluminum, and wood.
Source: Design Milk