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Earth-toned concrete covers Casa Calafia in Mexico by RED Arquitectos

September 20, 2021 James Brillon 0
Casa Calafia in Mexico by Red Arquitectos

Named after a mythical warrior queen, this house by RED Arquitectos features arched doorways and windows that overlook the Pacific Ocean from Mexico’s Baja peninsula. The 200-square-metre house is located in Todos Santos, a town sat roughly midway between La Paz and Cabo San Lucas, in Baja California Sur – known for its beaches and

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Incorporating Arches Into Modern Home Decor

September 6, 2021 HD Staff 0

The arched motif communicates elegance, strength and understated beauty, but how do we incorporate the classically inspired arch trend into our modern home decor? Today, we’ll explore how interior arches can be introduced into our lounge spaces, dining areas, kitchens and even bedrooms with subtlety and grace, using three inspirational home designs visualised by Elemental […]

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Textural Interior Smoothed By Curves & Classic Arches

August 12, 2021 HD Staff 0

Slatted panels and natural stone bring deep and luxurious texture to this chic modern home design, visualised by ArtPartner Architects. The textural decor is smoothed by curvaceous furniture lines and graceful classic arches within the high ceilinged architecture. Large living spaces exude elegance under a delicate tonal colour palette of warm beiges and soft browns. […]

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Emmanuelle Simon designs “welcoming” Parisian bakery

July 29, 2021 Alice Finney 0
Liberté bakery in Paris

Interior architecture studio Emmanuelle Simon used arched shelving coves, sandy tones and rounded furniture in the Liberté bakery in Paris. Founder of Boulangeries Liberté Mickael Benichou gave Emmanuelle Simon free rein to create “a unique spot” in the 25-square-metre space. The designers aimed to create cosy interiors that would prompt visitors to stay inside for a little

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Japandi Style Home Interiors With Cute Kids’ Rooms

June 17, 2021 HD Staff 0

These three modern home interiors are each inspired by fresh Scandinavian style decor elements, whilst exuding elegant Asian distinction. An en vogue, graceful archway motif unites the aesthetics of the Japandi apartment interiors, along with a warm natural wood tone and crisp white colour palette. Visualised by Elemental Design, this group of inspirational homes are […]

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Limdim House Studio calms Vietnam apartment with curved walls and arched niches

June 16, 2021 James Parkes 0
The apartment has curved walls

Architecture firm Limdim House Studio has renovated the Brown Box apartment in Vietnam adding curving walls, tiered cornices and terrazzo surfaces that aim to create a “calm” and “gentle” space.  Limdim House Studio reorganised the previously “commercial” two-bedroom apartment by removing walls to convert it into a spacious one-bedroom home named Brown Box. “The idea comes

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51 Attractive Ways To Use Arches In Interior Design

April 26, 2021 HD Staff 0

The elegant arch trend bounds on, and we are completely captivated by this charming decor device. Here, we discuss the use of the arch form in all areas of the modern home, whether the theme be architecturally initiated or a stylishly retrofit design motif. We’ve got an extensive inspirational gallery of 51 attractive ways to […]

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Arched volumes define Casona Sforza resort in Mexico by Alberto Kalach

April 24, 2021 Jenna McKnight 0
Casona Sforza by Alberto Kalach

A series of vaulted, brick arches overlook a circular swimming pool at a boutique hotel in Puerto Escondido designed by Mexican architect Alberto Kalach. Casona Sforza, or House Sforza, is located in the coastal town in the Mexican state of Oaxaca. The hotel was conceived by the entrepreneur Ezqueiel Ayarza Sforza, who worked with Mexico

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Vaulted tunnel runs through brick house by Batay-Csorba Architects

April 16, 2021 Jane Englefield 0

Canadian studio Batay-Csorba Architects has carved a barrel-vaulted tunnel through a brick home in Toronto designed to evoke the architecture of ancient Rome. Named High Park Residence, the new-build home has two storeys and a basement and was designed for homeowners with Italian heritage. The ground and first floors exist within a barrel-vaulted archway that

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