Posts filed under 'Interiors'

Mills, The Toy Management House by Andrew Maynard Architects

Photographer: Peter Bennetts Studio

The brief was to design a light-filled home that could hide the mess typically made by a small child, so we devised a floor that was a giant toy box. Mills is an extension to a single-level weatherboard terrace, where only the original facade and front two rooms remain. One of those rooms has been altered to incorporate a study and a bathroom. A large lightwell separates the original structure from the new extension, which has two bedrooms and a bathroom above an open kitchen, living, dining space. (more…)

Tue 10.1.

Detail: Sustainably Innovative | Ceadesign

Posted by Walter Phillips on 10.01.2017 - Tagged as:

Detail: Sustainably Innovative

 

The demands on bathroom fittings are increasing both in terms of technical functionality and design. Ceadesign allows planners and architects maximum design freedom when it comes to their ideas. (text by Detail)

 

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Casa Berazategui by Besonias Almeida Arquitectos

Photographer: Federico Kulekdjian

Casa Berazategui by argentinian practice estudio besonias almeida has recently broken ground, adding to a repertoire of three-dimensionally composed concrete structures. Conceived of as masses formed by a series of intersecting planes based on a regular orthogonal grid, the home exemplifies an almost sculptural composition of solid/void, interior/exterior relationships. Glass, concrete, wood, and light establish a language that compliments its green surroundings. (more…)

Mon 9.1.

Modern Side Extension by Coffey Architects

Posted by Walter Phillips on 09.01.2017 - Tagged as:

Modern Side Extension by Coffey Architects

Photographer: Tim Soar

A proto-typical solution that shows even the smallest architectural projects can be transformational.
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Fri 6.1.

Heimstaden by Ideas

Posted by Walter Phillips on 06.01.2017 - Tagged as:

Heimstaden by Ideas

Photographer: Mårten Gullstrand

Ideas creates workspaces one can look forward to spending time in, and Heimstaden’s new headquarters is a perfect example of such a space. Interior design blogs applaude the new design concept, a Mad Men inspired design with an ultramodern vision. Influences from the 50s and 60s are incorporated with clean, modern lines and thoughtfully placed lighting. The elegant and sophisticated furniture combined with subtle details make this office extraordinary.
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Thu 5.1.

ARO by Carlos Tíscar for Cadell

Posted by Walter Phillips on 05.01.2017 - Tagged as: ,

Aro by Carlos Tíscar for Cadell

 

Aro by Carlos Tíscar for Cadell. The collection reinterprets round chair typology bringing up to date a way of thinking which survives in our collective imagination. With a circle as the common denominator, several elements of chairs and tables of varying sizes, all of them made of wood, are achieved using finish touches which take us back to traditional cabinetmaking.

 

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Orang+Utan vegetarian bar by AKZ Architectura

Posted by Walter Phillips on 05.01.2017 - Tagged as:

Orang+Utan vegetarian bar by AKZ Architectura

Photographer: Lesha Yanchenkov

Artem Vakhrin and Katya Zuieva (architectural studio AKZ Architectura, Kiev, Ukraine) were requested to design a new veggie bar. The client, Yulia Savlepova, got strong vision on the conception of future place. This has created a perfect tandem in which everyone is trying to overall result. The final destination was to create a place that should show costumers an idea of Orang+Utan bar: the city is a new “jungle” and people who live there is new “smart animals” and they need a place to fill energy. White tile and dark “net” with green zone create a feeling that you are in natural habitat.

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Fri 30.12.

Tower House by Andrew Maynard Architects

Posted by Walter Phillips on 30.12.2016 - Tagged as:

Tower House by Andrew Maynard Architects

Photographer: Peter Bennetts

S+P and their 8 year old twin sons asked for a home “for community, art and nature to come together”. We designed them a village.

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