Posts Tagged ‘futuristic design’
Furniture by Leolux was originally designed for the “house of the future”. The Pallone armchair looks now still futuristic, but twenty years later it will be completely understandable and above all humorous at the same time. The Leolux also offers a footstool with the same elegant design that invites you to put your feet up at the end of the day or to be used as a casual side table. With today’s comfort and a luxury finish, neutral or colorful these items will decorate your modern living space. You can create your own Pallone here.
This private residence on the river Neckar is a perfect example of how different shapes and materials could combine in one project. Dupli Casa, designed by J. Mayer H. Architects, is located in Ludwigsburg, Germany. The residence looks futuristic due to its original geometric shapes and white facade. Extraordinary design of the main structure flows into the base and blends harmoniously with the other functional extensions. What is interesting, the architecture of the building is based on the footprint of the previous house, built in 1884. Concrete walls and wooden floors create connection between the modern and the old, the natural and the man-made and the inside and outside. The residence consists of tree levels and there are lots of panoramic windows which provide breathtaking views.