Shape Your Moods With Architecture Interior Design

October 19th, 2013 by admin No comments »

Inside the home, the details hold a sentiment of their own. Tall white pillars stand regally on either side of the breakfast bar, demarcating the culinary expertise of those who work here, while cozy yellow halogen lighting beams down on the workspace in Old Tuscan style. White crown molding along the baseboards of an older home shows that this home owner is a person who appreciates craftsmanship and who likes lavish things. Rounded doorways carry a cozy Mediterranean feel, welcoming all who enter. Truly architecture interior design is a meaningful art that has the power to shape our moods.

When it comes to architecture and interior design, award-winning professional interior designer Russell Versaci says it is all about the “Eight Pillars of Design,” which are: invent within the rules; respect the character of the place; tell a story over time; build for the ages; detail for authenticity; craft with natural materials; create the patina of age; and incorporate modern conveniences. So what does Versaci mean by “follow the rules?” He says that custom designs can often stem from studious tradition, so it is good to use the past as a guideline. » Read more: Shape Your Moods With Architecture Interior Design

Modern Prefab Homes Are No Longer Boxes on Wheels

October 19th, 2013 by admin No comments »

Most people, when they think of prefab homes, think of those white plastic boxes that have been cut in half and are rolling down the highway on the back of a huge tractor-trailer. Not what many people would consider their dream home.

Modern eco-friendly prefab homes are changing the way people think about a pre-assembled building. These new luxurious houses are no longer plastic boxes – many of them employ cutting-edge architectural materials and designs.

The ‘trailer park’ image of a ready-assembled house is fast disappearing as new, exciting and innovative designs are being produced to extremely high specifications to be built by skilled craftsmen. » Read more: Modern Prefab Homes Are No Longer Boxes on Wheels