Siemens Home Appliances speak a design language that is understated, yet intricate. Where every detail, every line, has a story behind it. Where nothing exists coincidentally, although the appearance is easy and seamless. It is as intuitive as it is innovative, and inspires living spaces that are worth sharing.
A concrete sanctuary.
In his home in Berlin, architect Arno Brandlhuber, proves that concrete is everything but cold; that less is more; and that sustainable living lies in re-creating and not in tearing down. Also, discover why Arno compares a construction project to falling in love for the first time, and what cost-effective building truly means.
A natural paradise.
Truly inspired by nature, architect Kevin Chu and his wife, designer Giulia Dibonaventura, take sustainable living to a new level; in all spheres of their lives. From a rooftop vegetable garden to a home built from recycled materials, they have created a natural paradise amidst a concrete jungle in Hong Kong.
An enveloped villa.
Interior consultant, Allan Spiegel, built his family home in Sollentuna, on the border between the woods and suburbia of Stockholm. On his own. Instead of changing the terrain to meet his needs, he used the terrain to guide the design. And ended up with a prominent architectural home that merges harmoniously into the magnificent surroundings.
A gallery home.
In the heart of Antwerp’s historic centre, Veerle Wenes chose an unlikely canvas to create her home and art gallery: two completely architecturally-different buildings that needed to be merged into one. With the help of her husband, architect friend, Bart Lens, and a good dose of outside-the-box-thinking, the result is magnificent. A place where she can live, dream, work and play – to her heart’s content.