Mario Mazzer Architects studied the interior design of this villa in Ryhad, with an understated and minimalist decor. Furnitures are all custom-made with refined materials, as wook and marble, driven by the search for a warm elegance.
This old apartment of 200 m2 with architecture built more than 40 years ago, is lovated in Itaim – Bibi in Sao Paulo, and belongs to a young couple of administrators, fans of the office. With liberty and many ideas, Diego Revollo has received total support to create and bring a new atmosphere to the apartment.
No55 is Extravagauza Studio’s answer to a limited living space in Britain. This project’s aim is to demonstrate that small can be both functional and beautiful. It also meets the expectations of modern couples who increasingly work from home.
South Kensington is a project designe by Studio Ceron&Ceron. A prestigious setting in the heart of the City of London, with a scenic architectural atmosphere, designed to meet the needs of an important man with a “Victorian Dandy” soul.
The 800 square meters penthouse is the result of a total renovation of the 22nd floor of a building in downtown Moscow, characterized by a large terrace with an hanging garden. The layout of the apartment is built around a perspective axis: a symmetrical atrium leads to a bright and panoramic glass-walls lounge with the focus on the historic skyscraper of Moscow State University. Mario Mazzer Architects firm has designed an interior decor with pure lines using refined materials.
Ivanhoe Terrace is a project designed by OB Architecture and is located in the heart of the Winchester Conservation Area in a predominantly residential area. The existing structures on the site consisted of a 3-storey Victorian end of terrace house with a 2-storey 1960’s extension to the side. The two structures had been combined together to form an office space for the Women’s Institute.
Sirmione is a project designed by Studio Ceron&Ceron. A residence with regal essence (blue blood), entrusted to the touch of the designer Matteo Ceron to go in and out the tradition using personality and eclecticism.