This modern bright residence was designed by Italian architect Simone Micheli for himself and his family in Florence, Italy. The concept features the principle of modern luxury that symbolizes freedom and movement. According to the architect, the interior does not have to shout about wealth, but only to share your story and reflect your inner world. The residence is made using up to 90% environmentally friendly materials. A dynamic, fresh and very bright, it is perfect for city life. Moreover, the perception of interior changes, knowing that the house was built in 1800 and the original bare walls were retained and only painted in white to become part of modern history. But many juicy accents so magnificently play up the transition from antiquity and tradition to a new and dynamic lifestyle.
Just have a look at this wonderful pretty Rainbow house in Hong-Kong designed by Moderne. The company has turned an 830-square-foot apartment in Tsuen Wan into a magical funhouse at the helm of the head designer Max Lam. Needless to say that the flat is the heaven for the family with children. The main colours in this palette are red, green and yellow. A whimsical Technicolor background is classical pieces of ’60s and ’70s furniture from designers such as Marc Newson, Erik Magnussen, and Olaf Von Bohr. The rainbow is everywhere, in every corner, in every detail. The walls of different colours create the contrast between different spaces. I guess this house won’t let anyone to be bore!