It is the ordinary method taken by TOWOdesign to embody value in the spatial location and generatrix of space, and use the simplest rules to optimize the spatial functions and feelings in reconstruction. They also applied it to the design of an economical residence in the central urban area of Shanghai, where land is limited; the space was extended dramatically through a 10 degree rotations.
In the history of psychology, there was once a psychosurgical treatment called lobotomy, in which a hole was made in the skull near the frontal lobe, believed to cure mental disorders. For the atelier rzlbd, a series of its interior renovations for condominium units in Toronto have just been like this surgery, in which it has attempted to create an architecturally integrated space without touching the exterior and permanent elements.
The project by designed by AD ARCHITECTURE is an apartment located in Shantou, Guangdong Province, China, designed for a pilot–stewardess couple. Most of the time, there are only two places that they seem to be associated with: airport and home. They have to work under great pressure and stay quite concentrated during the flight, and it is often late at night when they come back home. Considering these factors, AD ARCHITECTURE, the design studio, aimed to create a tailor-made residence for the couple where they can slow down the pace of life. Photography by Ouyang Yun
BENT Annexe is a project designed by BENT Architecture. Step out of your caravan into the shade and fresh air, protected by a canvas annexe which frames a view of the lush landscape beyond. This experience was the inspiration behind BENT Annexe, an addition for a delightful family of four and their two adorable Dachshunds. Because every day should feel like a breath of fresh air, surrounded by nature. Photography by Tatjana Plitt
Located on one of Venice Beach’s most desirable walk streets, Kim Gordon brings the Belgian farmhouse to the beach. Indoor/outdoor living, floor-to-ceiling, steel-framed glass walls and locally sourced furniture and art make for the ultimate Venice retreat. Photography by Brandon Arant