And in case you want to work a bit, there is even a small home-office component in the back – a folding table and extra chair for sitting and working while everyone else takes a load off around you. Colorful and cool, these designs from Boxetti always seem to push the limits of space-age style, maximize modularity and make use of the smallest possible spaces.
Symmetry is not an element that characterizes modern interiors but, in this case, it has a comforting effect. Notice that the two sofas are facing each other and that there’s an identical pendant lamp above each one. Also, the two windows are placed symmetrically on each side of the fireplace.
The history of houses as we know them today began back in prehistoric days. Back then people used to live in trees. They then moved into caves and later they started building shelters. With time, they began to create more elaborate designs and to make larger and stronger houses for their families. By the 1500s we already had houses that were 3 or 4-stories high.
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