Have you ever taken a holiday abroad, and wished you could stay forever? Just not leaving your job yet! You will find ways to incorporate elements of your choice destinations into your home design. Even architecture firms are inspired by the beauty and design of the masterpiece built through history. In this post we will show you how to find fresh inspiration from your favorite architecture around the world.
Check the Designs of Well-Known Architectural Site
Do you enjoy Islamic traditional architecture? A lot of fashion designers have been encouraged to integrate unrealistic patterns and endlessly repeat motifs into their work. On a smaller scale, with some lace and patterned textiles, you might emulate detail of the Taj-Mahal level. If the mosaics can be incorporated into the walls or floors, even better!
Study the Historical Color Pattern
The cathedral of Cologne is the most-visited landmark in Germany. The magnificent church has taken over 200 years to build. Thankfully, filling your house with brown, black, and bronze colors inspired by the traditional Gothic style won’t take two centuries. The Dome of The Rock displays the brilliant contrast between royal blue and brassy gold. The off-white and marble magnificently tie them together.
Copy Its Materials
Italian architect Richard Rogers designed the award-winning Lloyds building in London. It is the first of its kind to show water pipes and elevators on the outside, constructed with chrome and exposed metal. Give your house an exposed brick, exposed metal, and chrome countertops or accent pieces a similar futuristic look.
Mimic the Beauty of Its Lights and Shadow
For global architecture, the most inspiring thing is the free use of asymmetry and special silhouettes. With American zoning codes our beloved systems on the other side of the globe would often not be feasible. In Barcelona, the Sydney Opera House and Gaudi’s La Pedrera come to mind. The right lighting will affect your mood and biological functions tremendously. Removing a wall, putting a new door frame, or opening the curtains can change the way light and shadow fall into your room.