Exposed Brickwork Farmhouse Design
The historic ruins of an old factory dating back to World War II are converted into a farmhouse with uncovered brick walls. A young few owned a warehouse located at Düsseldorf, Germany that was saved miraculously from the World War II bombings. Dusseldorf is the capital of North Rhine-Westphalia, a German state. Dusseldorf situated on the banks of river Rhine has large Japanese community. It is nicely known internationally as a cultural, business and monetary hub in Germany. It ranks sixth in the world and first in Germany for the highest standard of residing. Each and every year millions of individuals go to Dusseldorf to attend the funfair on the river Rhine.The young few who owned the warehouse needed to retain the building’s heritage whilst converting the warehouse in to a residence. Architect Bruno Erpicum from the German architecture firm AABE designed the plans for the conversion. Administrative authorities supervised the conversion process because of to the historical significance of the building. The architects and interior designers have carried out wonderful task. The uncovered brickwork walls and flagstone roof are retained as they are in the farmhouse design. The wear and tear skilled more than the many years is highlighted utilizing contrast materials and glossy white furnishings. Use of contrasting materials and designs enhances the aesthetics of the home.The primary entrance of the home is coated by the garages. A façade top to the day patio is made of glass panels. It is a recently made addition to the home. The authentic building is totally secluded from the outdoors world through glass panels. The interiors of the home are huge spaces with sparse furnishings and with out any accessory. Interiors of the home are designed with contemporary modern furnishings and lights. Gloss painted white furnishings highlights the the home design with beamed ceilings and rows of pilasters. Big space in between a rows of pilasters is designed as residing cum dining area. Exquisite lights in this area provides a unique ambiance to the space. Kitchen is away from the residing area. An enclosed white chamber is designed as bedroom. Bedroom walls, roof and even the cabinets are white and with perfect smooth surfaces. The night patio with zenithal light illuminates bedroom and rest room. Evening patio is produced by getting rid of the roof about the bedroom and rest room. Connected rest room is again surrounded by the pilasters. Shower and wash basin are built utilizing concrete blocks. Turkish bath is perfect with starry ceiling above. Study and gym open into the garage.
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