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Interior Design Showcase: The Queens Park Wooden Roof Residence

The Queens Park Wooden Roof Residence, designed by CplusC Architects and Builders, is located in Sydney, Australia. The space makes maximum use of natural lighting through the ceiling windows. These windows not only make the space feel a lot more spacious, but they give the illusion that the roof is floating. Skylights have also been built to allow for more natural lighting to filter in, with wooden slats providing shade. Via – Grand House Design.

Wooden Roof Interior Design

Wooden Roof Interior Design

Wooden Roof Interior Design

Wooden Roof Interior Design

Wooden Roof Interior Design

Wooden Roof Interior Design

Wooden Roof Interior Design

Wooden Roof Interior Design

Wooden Roof Interior Design

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Interior Design Showcase: Wooden Clad Mountain House

This is the house of mountain guides Scott Schell and Margaret Wheeler and is located in the foothills of Snoqualmie, Washington. Being people of nature, and located in a natural environment, the building itself is eco friendly and sustainable – the house is listed for a LEED Silver certification. The use of wood makes the interior feel very warm. Amazing large windows brings in a lot of natural light and allows for views of the nature around the house. Designed by Johnston Architects.

Interior Design Mountain House

Interior Design Mountain House

Interior Design Mountain House

Interior Design Mountain House

Interior Design Mountain House

Interior Design Mountain House

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Interior Design Showcase: Merus Winery

Merus Winery Interior Design
In this interior design showcase we can see that different light fixtures are used for different areas of the winery. You have large industrial lights leading down the hallway, while more refined lights light up the wine cellar. The different shapes of the lamp shades and their different heights create a more dynamic setting. In the main chamber you have uplights on the stone wall with gorgeous hanging lights that create a focal point in the space.

“The winery’s interior concept is refined heritage with modern sophistication, monotone classic furnishings with a contemporary twist.”

By UXUX of Amsterdam, Netherlands

Merus Winery Interior Design

Merus Winery Interior Design

Merus Winery Interior Design

Merus Winery Interior Design

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Commercial Interior Design and Lighting Showcase: Guangzhou Opera House

Guangzhou Opera House China Interior Design

The Guangzhou Opera House is a $360 million project, designed by architecture firm Zaha Hadid. It boarders the Pearl River in Guangzhou, China and is made up of 2 building – a 1,800 seat theater and a 400 seat auditorium. The building was completed in 2011.

Guangzhou Opera House China Interior Design

Guangzhou Opera House China Interior Design

Guangzhou Opera House China Interior Design

Guangzhou Opera House China Interior Design

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L&L Interior Design Showcase: Eco Designed Bar Space

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Even though this is just a competition entry, we get to see the process Chris Precht took in getting to the final design of this space. The space is dominated by triangular blocks used as seats and ceiling decor. Because Precht used raw wood for the design, and incorporated greenery into the design, the space has a warm, and eco friendly vibe to it – link.

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Interior Design Showcase – A French Café and Restaurant

Modern French Cafe Interior Design

For this interior design showcase I will be taking a look at La Corde a Linge, a French café and restaurant located in La Petite France, Stasbourg.

The restaurant has a nice rustic feel to it, with the treated exposed wooden beams, tables and bar area, along with the choice of lighting fixtures. The space uses a number of different lighting fixtures which creates unique lighting layers and effects. Here we can see the use of barn lights (the flat pancake ones), more antique lights above the tables around the bar, and also industrial styled lights. The designer behind all of this is Drach P. Claude.

Modern French Cafe Interior Design

Modern French Cafe Interior Design

Modern French Cafe Interior Design

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