Architect Ivan Kachalov approached the design of an apartment for his own family as an experiment and turned a small space into an innovative design territory. Located in a residential complex Wellton Park apartment of 70 square meters. In addition to a successful location and high-quality architecture, it initially did not stand out: the complicated “L”-shaped plan, the supporting column in the center of the common space did not add either comfort or aesthetics to it. But the architect Ivan Kachalov used the entire arsenal of design and technological solutions, creating an exclusive interior that is not inferior in functionality and ergonomics to apartments with a much larger area.
CMC architects designed a loft in a former industrial building in Prague. “The historical First Municipal Brewery in Prague-Holešovice – a place where beer fermented and beer buckets were stored gave stimulus to an original design of an open, and, at the same time, introspective space for creative and modern housing in an industrial spirit.” Photography by Jakub Skokan and Martin Tůma at BoysPlayNice
Triangle House designed by Robeson Architects is the architects own home, built on a 180m2 triangular lot. This challenging site also has the busy Vincent Street to its north, and a 1.5m sewer easement to the rear boundary. Regardless, this prime location is wedged between Hyde Park and bustling Beaufort Street, and just a few kilo-meters from Perth. Photography by Dion Robeson.
The project designed by Loft Kolasiński included the interior design of an attic in a tenement house from 1911. The apartment was created after a comprehensive renovation of a unique Art Nouveau building built by Dawid Gronner in the years 1910-1911 in Cracow. Photography by Joel Hauck.
House for an Art Collector is a project designed by Melissa White Architects in 2017 and is located in london, United Kingdom. A large semi-detatched house in North London contained a small galley kitchen and eating area. Photography by Jim Stephenson.
Hornsey Lane by Melissa White Architects. Copyright Jim Stephenson 2018
Duplex at the golf course is a project designed by Manuel García Asociados. The apartment, divided into two floors, is crowning a residential building ubicated right next to the golf course’s green thanks to which it has a privileged location and views. The base floor, almost diaphanous, includes the day zone and toilet which thanks to two facades offers spacious, communicated and bright spaces. The upper floor, more fragmented, creates the night zone with three bedrooms with their bathrooms. In general, its interior design has sought to organize spaces, simplify their forms, materials and encounters and this way make the living in the apartment easier. Photography by Diego Opazo.