Posts filed under 'Interiors'
Posted by Walter Phillips on 09.10.2014 - Tagged as: ONG&ONG, Singapore
17BR-House, Singapore by ONG&ONG
Originally built between 1900 and 1940, ONG&ONG’s 17BR-House in Singapore is a Peranakan shophouse conversion and renovation that preserves the building’s historical character whilst adding modern elements such a green wall and a contemporary kitchen.
Office and showroom of architectural workshop Sergey Makhno, photo: Andrey Avdeenko
The Kiev office and showroom for architectural workshop Sergey Makhno combines concrete, stone, glass, copper, bronze, and various species of wood in a 200 square meter showroom and “home-and-work place”.
Huys with Piet Boon, photo: Paul Barbera
Dutch designer Piet Boon’s first large scale New York City project, Huys, is a luxury residential building located in Manhattan’s burgeoning NoMad neighborhood on Park Avenue South.
Les Haras Restaurant by Jouin Manku
Renowned French restaurateur Marc Haeberlin’s Les Haras brasserie occupies the former Royal Stables, a building in Strasbourg, France classified as an historic monument both inside and out.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 02.10.2014 - Tagged as: i29
Home 11 by i29 Interior Architects, photo: Ewout Huibers
A former garage space in Amsterdam’s de Pijp district has been converted into a spacious house by Dutch interior architects i29. The new interior, naturally lit by large roof lights, is 230m2 on one floor level and is finished in a simple material palette.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 30.09.2014 - Tagged as: Brazil, Studio Arthur Casas
Saraiva Bookstore by Studio Arthur Casas, Photo: Fernando Guerra
Located inside a mall in Rio de Janeiro, Saraiva Bookstore was conceived as a hybrid between a public square and a library, “a place for conviviality, leisure, concentration and rest at the same time” says its architect Studio Arthur Casas.
Posted by Walter Phillips on 29.09.2014 - Tagged as: Afroditi Krassa, design hotel
TwoRuba Bar by Studio AfroditiKrassa
Studio AfroditiKrassa pushes the boundaries of the traditional curtain with a modern interpretation of the room divider using ‘metal mesh drapery’, an innovative, eco friendly and hardwearing bronze metal material.
‘Kinoya’ restaurant by Jean de Lessard, photo: © Adrien Williams
A restaurant refurbishment in Montreal, Canada inserts a rough hewn wood box inside the former restaurant with a shape that “recalls an articulated snake” says the designer.