HOME • noun: home; plural noun: homes
1. The place where one lives permanently, especially as a member of a family or household. “the floods forced many people to flee their homes”. 2. The family or social unit occupying a permanent residence. “he came from a good home”. 3. A house or flat considered as a commercial property. “low-cost homes for first-time buyers”. 4. The district or country where one was born or has settled on a long-term basis. “they have made Provence their home”.
Synonyms: place of residence, accommodation, property, a roof over one’s head, house, flat, apartment, bungalow, cottage, terraced house, semi-detached house, detached house, native land, homeland, home town, birthplace, roots, fatherland, motherland, mother country, country of origin, land of one’s fathers, the old country.
Origin: Old English hām, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch heem and German Heim
Studio Makkink & Bey has completed the design of a home for one of our clients. Bright colors, bespoke furniture and furnishings fit the wonderful art collection well and set the design apart.
Bespoke flooring, a fence, cabinets, a kitchen, beds and curtains were made for flexible use and merge in with the rest of the interior. Movable modular kitchen cabinets can be reshuffled to make various combinations possible.
On the first floor, the prints on the curtains show a gradient color which matches the ceiling all the way down to the floor. The old marble and wooden floors return as a graphic print of their former self and previous window views are reduced to grainy pixel landscapes on the checkered curtains.