641,517 Contemporary Living Room Design Photos

Living Room with Beautiful Fireplace
Living Room with Beautiful Fireplace
California Home + DesignCalifornia Home + Design
Drama was added to this living room by replacing a the former traditional paneled fireplace with a white back-painted glass mantel and fireplace surround. Designed by Chloe Warner. Photo By: Matthew Millman for California Home + Design
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Mitte Magic: A Harmonious Blend of Vintage and Modern in a Berlin Altbau
Mitte Magic: A Harmonious Blend of Vintage and Modern in a Berlin Altbau
TAKK STUDIOTAKK STUDIO
The living space features a black shelf from Ferm Living and coffee tables from Fest Amsterdam, which also provided the living room's rug. An Array lighting "wave" lamp adds a modern touch, and a cobalt sculpture by Berlin ceramic artist Latika Nehra is a bold statement piece. Art plays a significant role in this interior story. A striking piece by German artist Lerke Nennemann, marked by its vibrant yellow, perfectly complements the interior. Other artworks were personal collections of the investors.
Aménagement Mural
Aménagement Mural
Idéal AménagementIdéal Aménagement
Aménagement mural dans un salon, avec TV, livres, bibelots
YouAndMeByX
YouAndMeByX
Виталий МясниковВиталий Мясников
Сделали из квартиры с отделкой от застройщика современный и комфортный интерьер для пяти человек
Architectural Marvels: Embracing Nature in Design
Architectural Marvels: Embracing Nature in Design
Cityspace'82 ArchitectsCityspace'82 Architects
For millennia, humanity has looked to the natural world for inspiration, crafting architectural marvels that mirrored the grandeur of mountains, the soaring grace of trees, and the openness of the sky. From the light-drenched temples of ancient Greece to the sky-piercing Gothic cathedrals, our built environments have always reflected a profound connection with the natural world. Today, this dialogue takes a new form - biophilic design. This philosophy transcends mere aesthetics, aiming to create a profound shift in how we experience interior spaces. Biophilic design seeks to seamlessly weave elements of nature into our homes and workplaces, fostering a deep connection with the environment and nurturing our well-being. In this article, Ar. Sumit Dhawan, Founder and Principal Architect of Cityspace’ 82 Architects, talks about the key strategies to embracing nature in architectural design. Harnessing the Power of Natural Light Natural light is a significant aspect of biophilic design. Optimal daylight helps in regulating our circadian rhythms, impacting sleep patterns and energy levels. When designing a space, prioritise maximising natural light. Utilise large windows, skylights, or light tubes to draw in daylight. Strategically placed mirrors can further enhance the effect, bouncing light deeper into a room. Consider furniture placement to avoid blocking windows and opt for light-coloured walls and flooring to create a sense of openness. Weaving Nature's Materials into the Design Surrounding ourselves with natural materials fosters a sense of calm and connection to the outdoors. Wood, stone, bamboo, and even elements like woven rattan or cork bring a touch of the organic world indoors. Wood textures offer warmth and visual interest, while stone adds a touch of grounding stability. Consider incorporating these materials through furniture, flooring, wall accents, or even decorative objects. The raw beauty of natural materials fosters a sense of connection with the natural world, creating a more serene and inviting atmosphere. Bringing the Greenery Indoors Plants are not merely decorative elements in biophilic design; they are active contributors to a healthy and vibrant space. Houseplants not only purify the air but also reduce stress and boost mood. Strategically placed greenery adds pops of color and life to a room. Hanging plants, potted succulents on windowsills, or a strategically placed indoor tree can breathe new life into a space. For those with limited space or sunlight, there are a growing number of low-maintenance and shade-tolerant plants that can thrive indoors. Blurring the Lines Between Inside and Out Biophilic design aspires to create a seamless flow between the built environment and the outdoors. Large windows that showcase natural landscapes, operable doors that open onto patios or gardens, and the use of natural materials that echo the surrounding environment all contribute to this effect. Strategic use of water features, like fountains or reflecting pools, can add a touch of tranquillity and the soothing sounds of nature. When possible, incorporate outdoor living spaces like balconies, terraces, or courtyards, creating an extension of the interior living area and maximising opportunities to connect with the natural world. By embracing these strategies, we can transform our interior spaces into sanctuaries that celebrate nature's beauty and enhance our well-being. Biophilic design is not just a trend; it's a conscious movement towards creating a more harmonious and restorative relationship between humanity and the natural world, one thoughtfully designed space at a time.

641,517 Contemporary Living Room Design Photos

Гостиная
Гостиная
CAZARINA INTERIORSCAZARINA INTERIORS
Визуализация проекта от дизайнера Елены Богдан и CAZARINA INTERIORS ? cazarina.com
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