1. From Atelier-ad

    Posted on April 17th 2014, 12:17 AM

    These two projects by Lithuanian firm Inblum are both great examples of using vaulted attics spaces to your advantage. I really love the bar above, it manages to feel cozy and light filled... The addition of skylights keep the ceiling and walls from feeling two low, while also creating visual interest. The textures are just great.

    This apartment (also with vaulted ceilings) uses its soaring height well - The open stair leads to a loft above, which provides some privacy from the main space while still maintaining the connection. One thing I really like about both spaces is that they value and highlight asymmetric vaults, rather than trying to create a perfect centered vault, which while spacious wouldn't feel quite as dynamic.

    Love both these projects.

  2. From Designboom

    Posted on April 17th 2014, 12:15 AM

    connecting directly with its waterfront location, the volume consists of a single form that varies continuously, echoing the gentle cove of the beach and its two headlands.

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