Ten modern residing rooms with cool stone surfaces

Tough-hewn granite and clean marble are among the many supplies chosen for the residing rooms on this lookbook, which use stone to create elegant interiors.

Whereas stone surfaces may also help rooms really feel cooler throughout scorching summer time days, additionally they create a heat, natural ambiance in trendy interiors – particularly when contrasted towards glass surfaces and different pure supplies, similar to wooden.

For our newest lookbook, we have chosen 10 residing rooms from the Dezeen archive during which several types of stone add textural curiosity and convey a contact of the outside into the house.

That is the most recent in our lookbooks collection, which offers visible inspiration from Dezeen’s archive. For extra inspiration see earlier lookbooks on light-filled glass extensions, uncovered wood floorboards and timber-clad bogs.

Images is by Timothy Kaye

Grange Residence, Australia, by Conrad Architects

Australian studio Conrad Architects described its design for Grange Residence as a “break up type of minimalist stone blocks.” Contained in the four-bedroom residence, concrete and stone have been used to create a minimalist inside.

The lounge is a smorgasbord of stone detailing, with marble used for each cabinets and furnishings and a contrasting stone chosen for a built-in bench.

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Budge Over Dover by YSG
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Budge Over Dover, Australia, by YSG

The unique travertine flooring was saved in inside design studio YSG’s renovation of Budge Over Dover home in Sydney.

The graceful, shiny flooring is contrasted with an aubergine-hued plaster ceiling and a pale inexperienced assertion wall, whereas a black marble espresso desk and maroon chairs full the inside.

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Atherton by Pacific Peninsula and Leverone DesignAtherton by Leverone Design
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Atherton Modern, US, by Pacific Peninsula Structure and Leverone Design

Texas split-cut limestone was used for each the outside and components of the inside of this home in Silicon Valley, California.

In the lounge, the chunky wall creates an attention-grabbing backdrop to a low wood couch and a heat wood flooring. A shaggy pillow and ridged flooring mat choose up on the uneven textures to create a subtly matching inside.

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Writer's Studio by Eric J. Smith
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Author’s Studio, US, by Eric J Smith

Positioned in a forest in Connecticut, US, this author’s studio, which was designed for a poet, has an uncommon writing and lounge that has seemingly been hooked up to the outside of the cantilevered constructing.

The home’s exterior wall, which is constructed from fieldstone and bluestone, kinds the again wall of the glass-cube room. Tough-hewn stone partitions are featured all through the studio.

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Images is by Darius Petrulaitis

Greetings from Rome, Lithuania, by 2XJ

A structured stone wall with arched openings has turn out to be an ornamental centrepiece on this condominium in Lithuania, designed by native studio 2XJ. The studio clad the wall in slabs of Italian travertine to show it into a sublime function.

“We determined to focus on this wall and create the house round it, to separate the home into lively and restful areas,” the studio defined.

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Artist residency by Sanders Pace
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Loghaven Artist Residency, US, by Sanders Tempo Structure

An ornamental rustic stone wall holds the fireside in Sanders Tempo Structure’s Loghaven artist campus, nestled inside a forest in jap Tennessee.

The rough-hewn stone contrasts towards a wood ceiling and white plaster partitions, whereas a patterned rug and leather-based daybed add cosy touches to the massive lounge.

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Luxury Villas by Liaigre: Engadine, Switzerland
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Chalet, Switzerland, by Liaigre

Paris studio Liaigre refurbished this Swiss chalet in St Moritz, excavating a basement so as to add a sauna and a spa.

The granite leftover from the excavation was used to line the lounge partitions, creating an inside that nods to the snow-capped mountains outdoors.

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Laurelhurst by MW Works
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Laurelhurst, US, by MW Works

US studio MW Works up to date this Nineteen Sixties residence in Seattle to create a extra open format. A fabric palette of wooden, concrete, stone and glass was used for the renovation.

The studio aimed to create a stronger connection between the interiors and the outside, as seen in the lounge. Right here, floor-to-ceiling home windows speak in confidence to the surface, whereas the hearth has been re-clad in dry-stack limestone to create an ornamental textural distinction.

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Raw House by Studio Estilo in Yucatán, Mexico
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Uncooked Home, Mexico, by Taller Estilo Arquitectura

Positioned in Yucatán, Mexico, Uncooked Home opens up in the direction of a leafy courtyard backyard. Simply contained in the courtyard, the lounge flooring is roofed in clean gray marble, creating a sublime and cooling inside.

Darkish-brown wood and leather-based furnishings, together with a pair of traditional Barcelona chairs by Mies van der Rohe, give the room an natural really feel.

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Interior of Stone House in London
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Stone Home, UK, by Structure for London

This extension to a household residence in London was designed as a monolithic stone form, with a playful inside that features a small arched entrance for the household’s cat.

The tiered terrace that extends from the surface to type a plinth inside was constructed from an agglomerate stone constructed from recycled waste quarried in Lombardy, Italy.

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That is the most recent in our lookbooks collection, which offers visible inspiration from Dezeen’s archive. For extra inspiration see earlier lookbooks on light-filled glass extensions, uncovered wood floorboards and timber-clad bogs.