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5 unusual houses with even more unusual interiors

We do not plan to show you invertedHouses, which are built a lot. We are going to give examples of completely unique interiors in unusual houses. You will see what a creative architect can do in conjunction with the customer. Inverted houses, which serve as a good bait for tourists and housing for the originals, are really built a lot. But to overturn the usual ideas about the interior is more difficult. What we just did not see, just what fantasies and fantastic interiors were not met on the Internet! But today's examples deserve more careful consideration, if only because they are all extremely shocking. And if they are not shocking, they are either in exceptional accordance with the exterior of the house, or, more often, categorically do not correspond to it. At the same time, the stylistics of each of the five interiors is kept in the strictest manner. That is, everything is possible! Especially if the architect-designer and the customer find a common language. However, in the selection there is one interior, the designer of which was the owner of the house herself. But we will begin with a dilapidated building in the mountains, to which two professionals - a time and a creative architect - "put their hand".

Inexhaustible time

Passing by this time-shatteringA building that gives the impression of being abandoned at least a quarter of a century ago, it is impossible to imagine that this is the creation of the architectural bureau of Buchner Bründler from Switzerland. The maestro made the most of what he had been given the time and the desperate courage of the owner, who agreed to an unprecedented experiment. Can you call this style "superloft"? Or "superlift-minimalism"? Or try to mention in the name of country and ecological style? Naked textured concrete, sharp edges, rigid geometry of all forms in the neighborhood with the texture of the really "wild" stone walls make a shocking impression. And when the shock passes, you start to wonder - and how in this house you can live? It's a good question, because there is not even heating. There is a roof over your head, there is water (obviously there is a water drain - nothing can be said about the sewage system) and light. There is simply a stunning fireplace, which seems to be like no, there is a surprisingly laconic and very rigidly maintained interior. The wood of the shutter doors and the almost absent furniture, the glass (which, as if not, because the frames are recessed), the window apertures already seem superfluous. But outside ... Nothing superfluous, only the course of time, inexorable to the creation of human hands. As agreed with the client, the summer house Linescio became exactly this. Extreme-master plans to use it exclusively as a "transshipment base", and you can spread the sleeping bag on the concrete floor. We met, of course, with playing in a country house, and not with a real house, which nevertheless really exists.

Gray walls from the studio of Guermo Torres

This house, which has its own name Monsta Black,Created by the famous Brazilian studio of interiors by Guermo Torres (Studio Guiherme Torres). Only the living room is shown, the rest of the house is not available to photographers. But what you can see is enough to get a lot of impressions and emotions. The young owner of the house has the most direct relation to medicine, and to some extent this is also reflected in the interior. The house, as if built of polished bars of concrete and marble, inside remains the same as it is outside. But there are exceptions, brought here by the designer's fantasy and approved by the client (some of them were offered to them) - furnishings and decor items. If you look closely, the reception that is used by the architect and the designers who created the project will become obvious. Namely: sterile (medically sterile, smooth, gray, ideal in its geometric accuracy), the internal volume and mass of all kinds of different furniture items and decor do not seem to notice each other. They live side by side, but do not intersect. But is it? The connection and a completely decorative art deco (and sometimes pop art) turned out! What surprises in this interior is the most. Styles visually emphasize each other. Even rubbed (this style has the name of a shebbie-chic), once bright carpets on the floor seem quite appropriate: a new carpet from the "needle" would turn all this into a frank parody. There are three exceptions: "office-pharmaceutical" colored glass panels-plaques, a heavy bike (what a motorcycle to do in the living room-but it's in its place!) And pictures that belong exactly to the world of gray planes and apertures.

Appearances are deceptive

The project is called uncomplicated - Hardiman Street- 2011 and is executed by studio Life Space Journey, it is clear, in what year. The cottage itself, whose appearance for 100 years has not changed at all and has been carefully restored during the works, its new inner world is completely uncharacteristic. The design of the room, which is partly a studio, is not suitable for any person. Performed in a frankly eclectic style, it combines a lot of things, but not the classics and not the diverse artsy modernities a la Alphonse Mucha. Even a superficial look allows you to distinguish loft, minimalism, hi-tech and even - look at the floors - the ecological style. All this most fully corresponds to the so-called trash-aesthetics (garbage aesthetics). Why? Because almost all the decor items can be found in the dump. That there are only old, discarded plowshare plows collected in an unusual installation on the wall of the living room-studio. Or massive massive metal sheets, unprecedented in residential space, as sliding hinged doors with cut numbers. But the living room is full and even! Such an interior can be called sharp, bright and at the same time cold. He is very "exhibition", live in it, probably only a volunteer will be able to. But it is clear that the studio worked in agreement with the customer, who went to meet the conventions of society in the outward appearance of his home and allowed architects and designers to "tear himself away to the full" on the interior.

"Interior for Barbie" 96 years

Designers of the HGTV studio, who created interiors forThe old house in the western part of Toronto, it was very difficult. The 96-year-old owner of the house did not deviate from them by a single step, and practically professionals had to simply visualize her ideas about the ideal home for her. Despite her advanced age, the mistress is in sound mind and good memory, so she is not at all embarrassed by the barbie-style she has chosen. On the contrary, it was she who wanted to receive it. Even the kitchen and the basement (as the Anglo-Saxons call the basement), equipped for the fireplace room, also continue the common line. At the same time everything is working in the house and everything is perfectly clean. And curtains, ryushechki-otchichki, various knickknacks and add fairy tales and smiles. It's hard to say that the interiors are gloomy and boring, are not they? In each of the rooms, with a consistent general aesthetic line, there is something of its own. Too pink for blondes from anecdotes, you say? When we live to be 96 years old, our tastes will change. But whether we have so much energy and self-irony as the owner of this "house for Barbie" - I do not know.

Double blue house on the island

The Canadian island of Magdalena is not very densely populated. And all the houses here are the same, they can not be distinguished from afar from one another. But at the request of one of the owners of such a blue house, which was acquired in order to escape from a bustling world, Dwell studio saturated the interior with very interesting interiors that not only sharply contrast with each other, but also support each other. The idea was simple - the ultimate functionality, the use of wood (polished and whitened) in large quantities, preserving the "sea" spirit of the terrain. In such a house should be lonely, but also calm. Isolation from the "big earth", from modern Canada - that's what the customer wanted to get. And he got it. For all the apparent simplicity and some kind of toy of the house and its interior decoration, everything is done with the highest care and quivering attitude to detail. Apparently, the owner is a perfectionist and decided that the imperfect world of people will suffice from him. And the nature behind the walls and the walls with the furnishings inside are perfectly perfect and do not interfere with enjoying solitude. Silent friends - what could be better? pinterest.com

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