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Posts filed under 'Interiors'

Reform apartment in the eixample, Provença 371 by EO arquitectura, photo: Adrià Goula

Reform apartment in the eixample, Provença 371 by EO arquitectura, photo: Adrià Goula

EO arquitectura’s intervention seeks to emphasize the path of time, redrawing the traditional architecture, maximizing the profit of what was found, trying to repair the highest number of pieces. (text by EO arquitectura)

 

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Fri 13.5.

Green 26 by Anonym studio (TH)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 13.05.2016 - Tagged as: ,

Green 26 by Anonym studio, photo: Chaovarith Poonphol

Green 26 by Anonym studio, photo: Chaovarith Poonphol

The office of Thai TV production company ‘Green 26′ received a full renovation by local architects from Anonym studio. Green is heavily used in this interior: from the company name, as green is client’s favorite color, to natural elements brought into the space. (text by Anonym studio)

 

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Thu 12.5.

Cork Apartment by Formafatal (CZ)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 12.05.2016 - Tagged as: ,

Cork Apartment by Formafatal, photo: BoysPlayNice

Cork Apartment by Formafatal, photo: BoysPlayNice

Cork was chosen as the main concept point of Forma Fatal renovation, and it appears in different forms and features. In the bathroom it appears in the form of round shaped mosaic wall and a stool from Vitra. (text by Formafatal)

 

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Wed 11.5.

SoundCloud by KINZO (DE)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 11.05.2016 - Tagged as: ,

SoundCloud by KINZO, photo: Werner Huthmacher

SoundCloud by KINZO, photo: Werner Huthmacher

SoundCloud asked Kinzo to turn a Berlin’s old brewery into its new hub that exudes and encourages innovation and creativity, redefining the rules of office design with its tangible reflection of a virtual community. (text by KINZO)

 

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La Parisienne Headquarters by studio razavi architecture, photo: Olivier Martin Gambier

La Parisienne Headquarters by studio razavi architecture, photo: Olivier Martin Gambier

A very specific brief by the client which required designing a “peaceful, see-through & fresh” space that would not only respond to contemporary work practices but also allow new, and at times unexpected, team interactions. (text by studio razavi architecture)

 

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Fri 22.4.

Vino Veritas Oslo by Masquespacio (SE)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 22.04.2016 - Tagged as: ,

Vino Veritas Oslo by Masquespacio, photo: Cualiti Photo Studio

Vino Veritas Oslo by Masquespacio, photo: Cualiti Photo Studio

Masquespacio wanted to maintain the essence of the Scandinavian interiors, with the use of natural wood walls and ceilings, painted in white and adding a solid oak floor. Solid oak wood us furniture offers the elegancy required in this kind of restaurants, while the cushions designed by Masquespacio highlight the deco feeling of the space. (text by Masquespacio)

 

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Thu 31.3.

Hudson Rouge, New York by M Moser Associates (US)

Posted by Walter Phillips on 31.03.2016 - Tagged as: ,

Hudson Rouge, New York by M Moser Associates, photo: Eric Laignel

Hudson Rouge, New York by M Moser Associates, photo: Eric Laignel

Visitors first encounter a reception area whose most striking feature is a reclaimed wood timber screen. More than just a focal point, it is subtly aligned to preserve a sense of privacy between reception and the open studio area behind. (text by M Moser Associates)

 

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Issey Miyake by Ito Masaru Design Project / SEI, photo: Nacasa & Partners

Issey Miyake by Ito Masaru Design Project / SEI, photo: Nacasa & Partners

This is a project for a well known Japanese creative brand, ISSEY MIYAKE MEN. The theme of the shop design was “consciousness within the unconscious”. The core of the design was to bring the focus to the products of the brand, but yet stir out the identity of the interior itself. (text by Masaru Design Project / SEI)

 

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