fbpx

Hodb House

Hodb House | Open plan artists apartment by B-ILD Architects | Softer Volumes

In a former office space in Brussels, B-ILD has created Hodb House; a light, spacious apartment where contrasting materials and use of natural light have turned an industrial unit into a refined and minimal, yet warm, home. Bright white walls and floors are juxtaposed with a mix of light and dark colours and textures—from the translucent polyester resin cupboard in the middle of the living space that diffuses daylight from the overhead skylight, to the dark marble kitchen that acts as a bold focal point, and the newly built wood-encased children’s bedrooms—creating distinguishable areas within an open space.

b-ild.com

Hodb House | Open plan artists apartment by B-ILD Architects | Softer Volumes
Hodb House | Open plan artists apartment by B-ILD Architects | Softer Volumes
Hodb House | Open plan artists apartment by B-ILD Architects | Softer Volumes
Hodb House | Open plan artists apartment by B-ILD Architects | Softer Volumes
Hodb House | Open plan artists apartment by B-ILD Architects | Softer Volumes

Softer Volumes: Cafés — Digital Book

290 beautifully-designed cafés around the world, showcased in a premium digital book.

Get a 36-page preview for free. Limited time only.

Bonus special offer: Download the preview above to access a subscriber-only discount.

Further Reading

Walking into Bisma Eight Villas feels like a long, slow exhale of breath. A sense of calm is present throughout the property, and each of the 12 expansive villas has been mindfully crafted to offer a particularly relaxing and luxurious stay.
Softer Volumes presents a new video interview series exploring the stories behind some of Australia's best design destinations and brands. In this episode, we visit The Calile Hotel, which takes centre stage on Brisbane’s fashionable James St. We spoke to The Calile’s owner and general manager about the hotel’s inspiration and design—gaining insight into the type of experience they’ve created for guests when staying at what has quickly become an icon of Australian hospitality.
Photography has the power to reveal new perspectives on subjects and open our eyes to different ways of seeing the world around us. Achieving beautifully-detailed close-up or 'macro' shots where the subject is larger than it is in real life is possible with the advanced camera system in the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max.
0

Your Cart is Empty