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Beautiful Interior Design with Indian La Maison Coloniale’s Collection

August 04, 2009 By: archinhome Category: Furniture, Interior Design

India is always associated with its fragrance, sounds and colour. This country is something spiritual and even magic. “Fragrance of the Indies” collection is the most amazing offer of La Maison Coloniale, which invite you to relax and travel to distant lands in the comfort of your own home. This collection reflectes nature of India, its culture and traditions. “Fragrance of the Indies” is a collection of living room and bedroom designs. These interior designs are unique and inspiring. All furniture is hand crafted, sculpted and assembled according to ancient tradition, so it is mostly made of natural materials.

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Living Room Design with Chinese Furniture from La Maison Coloniale

August 03, 2009 By: archinhome Category: Appliances, Furniture, Interior Design

Most of furniture is made of elm. It’s handmade and produced with using centuries-old skills. There is a lot of bamboo decoration on different furniture sets. There are sets for dining room and for bedroom besides sofas and furniture for living room. Red color is often could be seen around La Maison Coloniale’s products. To made some of their chinese furniture collections more unique La Maison Coloniale’s paint them with Tangas, traditional Tibetan patterns. All these furniture could make any house more spiritual and beautiful.

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The Chinese way of life offers a limitless source of inspiration. Chinese furniture traditions reflect the perfect balance between the practical and the spiritual. Whether interpreting the ancient or designing something new, La Maison Coloniale’s furniture illustrates this Chinese tradition in its “Spirit of China” collection. It consist of individual designs with a remarkable touch of modernity.

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House 2, House Design by Eduardo Berlin Razmilic Associated Architecs, in Santiago, Chile

August 03, 2009 By: archinhome Category: Architecture, Home Design, luxury home design

Designed by Eduardo Berlin Razmilic Associated Architecs, located in Santiago, Chile. House with beautiful exterior and luxury interior.
The lower court amounts to an access plaza, partially sheltered by the upper level’s volume, which directs the observer towards a patio, open at it’s centre and manifested by a water tank, creating the entrance through the staircase. The third level terrace configures the last of three main exteriors (patio, garden & terrace) that amount to the original lot’s area.

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The house’s scale is preserved in a pragmatically clear and simple 500m2 single-level volume, with relations typical of more compact projects and autonomies common to disaggregated plans. Cartesian lines, net spaces, carefully studied plane perforation and extremely neat structural work reflect particular accent in keeping the elements to a minimum.

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