YoDezeen architects has completed interior design for a 430 sqm apartment centrally located in Kiev. Planned for a single family, the client requested the creation of two divided areas where adults and kids could simultaneously entertain without bothering one other. the flat was extended, forming an optimal space for meeting these needs. Photography by Shurpenkov Andrii
Brazil Design is a project of by Diego Revollo. A masculine, sophisticated and timeless design was the request of the client – a young English businessman who had recently arrived in Brazil and was an admirer of the office’s work. Photography courtesy of Diego Revollo.
Every designer dreams of a sky-high investment project. Interior architect Katarzyna Kraszewska loves challenges and demanding clients. That is why she did not think twice and decided to design and decorate the interior in the most prestigious high-rise in the cap-ital city. Photos: Tom Kurek
Pitaro is a project designed by Baranowitz & Goldberg. Established by artisan Moshe Pitaro in 1962, and run by his daughter and son-in-law, Pitaro has been one of Israel’s leading office furniture importers for over 50 years. In addition, as their passion for design and artisanship runs deep, the company developed unique manufacturing capabilities including a specialization in molded plywood furniture.
Novoe Tushino is a project designed by Geometrium for a young man, working in high technology sphere. The client is workaholic and can work round the clock staying in this process. He is fascinated with Japanese theme, he has a small collection of Samurai Katans and bonsai.
This SAOTA designed family home is positioned below Lion’s Head; with views of Table Mountain, Lion’s Head, Signal Hill, the city of Cape Town and the mountains of the Boland and the winelands in the distance, the architecture is shaped to take in as much of the surrounding as is possible. The strongest gesture is the inverted pyramid roof which creates a clerestory window around the upper level. It allows the building to open up, capturing views of Table Mountain and Lion’s Head that would otherwise have been lost. This has also opened up views of the sky bringing the sun and moon into the home, heightening the connection to nature and its cycles.