Posts filed under 'Interiors'

Thu 4.5.

Haus am Moor by Bernardo Bader Architekten

Posted by Walter Phillips on 04.05.2017 - Tagged as:

Haus am Moor by Bernardo Bader Architekten

Photographer: Adolf Bereuter

Austrian studio Bernardo Bader Architects designed this amazing wooden cabin in rural area of Vorarlberg. 60 trees ‐ spruce, fir and elm ‐ were locally sourced for interior and exterior finishing, creating minimal waste. The simple plan of the house and its clean form is based on the traditional houses of the district. Yet another perfect summer place on our list! ‘The structure of the building is concrete, which reveals itself on a selection of walls and ceilings to contrast with the light tones of the wooden surfaces.

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Tue 2.5.

Apartment in Moscow by Architectural bureau FORM

Posted by Walter Phillips on 02.05.2017 - Tagged as:

Apartment in Moscow by Architectural bureau FORM

Photographer: Dmitriy Chebanenko

This apartment is located within a new residential block in the historic center of Moscow. Three existing apartments were retailored into one to facilitate the needs of a large family. The main task was to create a calming and warm environment, which would reflect the individuality of its inhabitants. An antithesis of the open plan, the layout maximizes the functionality of the existing space, while separating common rooms and private quarters into two distinct areas connected by a hallway.

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Tue 18.4.

THESE COLOURS DON’T RUN: FAP CERAMICHE

Posted by Walter Phillips on 18.04.2017 - Tagged as:

THESE COLOURS DON'T RUN: FAP CERAMICHE

Another bathroom features Color Now’s pleasingly tactile Dot tiles in cool, soothing shade Ghiaccio

Premium Italian tile manufacturer FAP CERAMICHE inspires new creative combinations with its Color Now Collection, taking the fight to minimalism’s monochromatic monopoly. (text by DOMINIC LUTYENS)

 

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Mon 10.4.

+297 RESTAURANT| Aruba | VONDOM

Posted by Walter Phillips on 10.04.2017 - Tagged as:

„Caribbean Flavor“ | VONDOM

 

The breathtaking +297 Restaurant is an exclusive space with a double purpose, offering a high end experience and become one of the best restaurants around the world. An amazing bar, a wide terrace and two lounge areas completely furnished with VONDOM designs, host the visitors in a surrounding designed to enjoy, dance, talk and share being completely relaxed and comfortable.

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Wed 5.4.

The Concrete House by Nico van der Meulen Architects

Posted by Walter Phillips on 05.04.2017 - Tagged as:

The Concrete House by Nico van der Meulen Architects

Photographer: Barend Roberts

The Concrete House is the latest masterpiece by Nico van der Meulen Architects and M Square Lifestyle Design. From the inception of this project; the client brief, existing house and contextual setting were all factors to consider carefully before pursuing the extensive alteration and additions to a modest hillside house. From concept to documentation and ultimately implementation, the project was guided by this clear understanding.

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Mon 3.4.

Nacrée by Kengo Kuma

Posted by Walter Phillips on 03.04.2017 - Tagged as:

Nacrée by Kengo Kuma

Photographer: Masao Nishikawa

Nacrée is a French restaurant run by a Japanese chef who had worked for Astrance, a restaurant with Michelin’s 3-star rating in Paris. The feature of this space is flowers arranged in cylinders made of wooden bar and acryl. Our aim to cast the artistic flowers at center was to create obscure and gentle air in the space by using an unconventional element of architecture. (more…)

Fri 31.3.

Caro Somerset by Emil Eve Architects

Posted by Walter Phillips on 31.03.2017 - Tagged as:

Caro Somerset by Emil Eve Architects

Photographer: Mariell Lind Hansen

Caro Somerset is a new lifestyle store, cafe and b+b in Bruton, Somerset designed by Emil Eve Architects.

The Grade II Listed highstreet property has been extensively reconfigured, refurbished and extended to become a new destination in Bruton, home of Hauser + Wirth and The Chapel. With its low ceilings and doors, uneven walls and floors and original features, the shop and cafe were never going to be slick white designer spaces, neither did we want to over-reveal or strip back and expose surfaces in a ‘shabby-chic’ style. Instead we sought to place flexible furniture pieces into the rooms and to use original elements of the building, such as the fireplaces, niches and deep window reveals for display. Materials and colours were chosen to compliment the existing character of the rooms: shady, welcoming and intimate.

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Thu 30.3.

Westbourne Gardens by nimtim architects

Posted by Walter Phillips on 30.03.2017 - Tagged as:

Westbourne Gardens by nimtim architects

Photographer: Megan Taylor

Westbourne Gardens is a first-floor apartment within a grand early-Victorian Terrace facing the triangle of Westbourne Gardens in Royal Oak, West London. The flat is only 45 m2 which is less than the current London Housing Design Guide’s minimum for a 1 bedroom flat (50 m2). The existing flat had been divided into 3 long, narrow spaces with a false ceiling and none of the original features exposed.

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