DROO creates luxury house in London. From Dingy Bedsits to a Luxury Smart Home, 143 Englefield Road presented the age old challenge of marrying contemporary living with a Period Home in the most seamless manner.
This modern minimal interior was designed by IDwhite for a young family living in Kaunas. Interior of this one story house stands out with its clean lines and integrated furniture. Color palette of the interior is calm and natural. Long-lasting, yet modern, materials were used, as were achromatic colors.
Elizabeth Bay Apartment is a project designed by Rolf Ockert. Architect. The apartment they had bought had the great location and a broad front to Sydney harbour as its core attributes. It is spread over three levels, with the main level, the one with the greatest qualities, having been divided into a kitchen area and a bedroom, and the living level having been located below ground. Two bedrooms on the upper level did not require much attention and were in principle left as they were. Photography by Mark Syke.
Burwood Road Apartments is a project designed by DROO. Hidden behind a listed 19th century shophouse of inner city Melbourne, the contemporary extension skillfully navigates a very tight site to wrap two boutique apartment buildings over a retail space around a central courtyard. The gold finned facade screen creates angled privacy from the street and provides an animated play of light and shadow throughout the day. Photography by Willem-Dirk du Toit
Black Ink is a project designed by MUJIE Design. To maximize the usable space in the limited layout and flow of 72.8 m2 interior space. We retain the original three-room layout and create a highly multifunctional public space.
The Fourth Room is a project designed by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos. As a starting point, an open block of multi-family housing north of Valencia. From the highest part of the building, the house has privileged views of the city.
The flat designed by Amos Goldreich Architecture is located in an apartment block consisting of 10 flats of about 60/65 square meters each. It is located in Chalcot Square, Primrose Hill – one of the most exclusive and expensive residential areas in London. Photoghraphy by Rory Gardiner.