Anyone can head over to a department store and buy brightly colored wall decals to make their humble abode into a swinging party pad, and that's precisely why Swiss design studio Personeni Raffaele Scharer Architects' stunningly simplistic chain-link decor is a striking example of house decoration that adds panache by using street objects and a stripped-bare design.
Built in Switzerland, this wondrous three-story structure was made with sharp, pointed corners that were used to emphasize the site's construction limits. Even more interestingly, the insides of this dreamy white space are unfinished concrete surfaces that were designed to "show the materials for what they really are."
One of the most irresistible features of this structure is its beautifully simple chain-link decor that sees Personeni Raffaele Scharer Architects using a street object like a fence to stylishly emphasize their quiet but powerful architectural work of art.
Personeni Raffaele Scharer Architects are Taking Design Tips off the Streets
1. Chain-link Decor - Opportunity to incorporate everyday street objects like fences into interior design for a unique and stylish look.
2. Stripped-bare Design - Potential to showcase raw, unfinished materials in interior design, highlighting their true nature.
3. Simplistic Architecture - Demand for minimalistic and clean architectural structures with striking design elements like sharp corners.
1. Interior Design - Innovative approaches to incorporating unconventional materials and objects into interior design projects.
2. Architecture - Opportunity to create unique architectural structures that blend seamlessly with the surroundings and utilize raw materials.
3. Construction - Growing demand for construction projects that showcase unconventional design elements and emphasize the true nature of materials.