Posts filed under 'Interiors'
Photographer: Brett Boardman
An articulated two-storey framed volume is sensitively stitched to the rear original fabric, while retaining its front Federation masonry and hipped envelope as part of its environmental, economic and planning values. It has a sectional split-level relationship to the original house that harnesses the fall of the site to the rear, enabling the cellular front plan to vertically and horizontally unfurl into a series of connected interior spaces that expand to its setting. (more…)
Posted by Walter Phillips on 21.02.2017 - Tagged as: Testa, UdA Architects
Photographer: Carola Ripamonti
The romantic experience of “Grand Tour” revolved around discovering the distinctive nature of every individual location by studying the traditions and culture of the various countries involved. This idea of a journey of discovery in Apulia through forms of popular culture, which generally refer to the sensibility, sentiments and iconic traits characterising Italian culture in southern Italy in particular, provides the starting point for the architects’ process of design for restructuring this 200 m² apartment close to the old part of Bari.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 20.02.2017 - Tagged as: Grzywinski+Pons
Photographer: Nicholas Worley
120 Allen Street located on the Lower East Side of Manhattan and is comprised of sixteen furnished studios and four furnished apartments with a commercial space at grade. Grzywinski + Pons designed the building, the interiors, and much of the furniture. Located on an infill lot in a classically gritty LES tenement block, the property – while very narrow – is block-through and as such has frontage on both Allen and Orchard Streets. (more…)
Posted by Walter Phillips on 17.02.2017 - Tagged as: Ideograf
Photographer: Tomasz Nowicki
Situated in a unique space which is the Old Town in Gdańsk, the Almond Hotel is the construction of the total area of 7500 m2. It joins the functions of a hotel, restaurant, and a spa & wellness complex. It was erected in the place of a former garrison laundry, transformed then in cocoa and almond paste manufacture. The author of the interior design, Paulina Czurak – owner of the Ideograf Architectural Studio – consequently tried to discover numerous references to the history of that place. (more…)
Posted by Walter Phillips on 16.02.2017 - Tagged as: Blanco
German kitchen sink and mixer tap specialist BLANCO combines a ninety-year tradition of producing superbly designed products with a distinct flair for the Zeitgeist.
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Posted by Walter Phillips on 16.02.2017 - Tagged as: Studio David Thulstrup
Photographer: Hampus Berndtson
The Danish design house Georg Jensen, opened on October 27th 2015, its new London flagship boutique on one of the city’s premier retail destinations, Mayfair’s Mount Street. The 175-metre-square store, on two levels, was designed by the Danish interior architecture practice, Studio David Thulstrup. The store will showcase Georg Jensen’s most prominent pieces of hollowware, jewellery and watches. (more…)
Posted by Walter Phillips on 15.02.2017 - Tagged as: Nendo
Photographer: Takumi Ota
“Key to style” is the women’s fashion floor within the main building of the Seibu Shibuya department store. It is connected by a walk-way with the “COMPOLUX” floor on the third floor of the annex building that we designed in 2013, and has a more casual feel by targeting the young customer. We wanted to create a dynamic setting while maintaining the connection with the “COMPOLUX” area that was inspired by a cozy European park. Hence, we decided on the “mobile amusement park” that is held at parks as the design theme. (more…)
Posted by Walter Phillips on 14.02.2017 - Tagged as: Detail
Exceptional design highlights coupled with striking designs and a wide range of colours ensure that Villeroy&Boch’s bathroom collections are exciting. New technologies are giving rise to objects that are more reminiscent of pieces of jewelry than bathroom furniture. Innovation and style are being artistically combined, ushering in a new era of bathroom design. Thus, the company is making statements and setting new trends in the industry. Together with Gesa Hansen, Villeroy&Boch has developed a very trendy colour concept. (text by Detail)
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