destilat designs lounge in the former workshop of a historical Alpine chalet. The premise for this concept was a respectful approach towards the original substance, for example the conservation of the workshop’s existing floor with its decades-old patina as well as the original steel girders.
The project is a private villa in Runze Shujun. GU Hao, the designer of this project, traces the origin of life by incorporating breathing and natural elements into his modernist space. He hopes that nature and artificiality c be perfectly integrate in this space.
Kim Gordon has just completed a new project in Laurel Canyon, an enclave in the Hollywood Hills that came to fame in the 1960s as home to Carole King, Jim Morrison, Neil Young, Brian Wilson, Joni Mitchell and many others.
This project designed by Asquith Architecture began as a simple addition to the rear of a small two storey detached house in the Bedford Park area of North Toronto for an empty-nest couple (and their adorable poodle, Louis). Through the design and construction process the renovation expanded to include a full renovation weaving a new and modern aesthetic into the existing house. The result was a series of rejuvenated spaces large enough for them to entertain their extended family, yet small enough to maintain more intimate spaces for two. Photography by Nanne Springer.
The project designed by Espejo y Goyanes is in the exclusive residential area of Conde Orgaz, Madrid. The house, from 1981, sits on a elevated spot surronded by green but near the centre of the capital.
Llull apartment is a project designed by YLAB Arquitectos. The project consisted of the remodel of an apartment located in a modern residential building inside the Diagonal Mar Park, a few meters from the beach.
The project is a private residence of Beijing Dahu villa. The owner is an entrepreneur who has passion with life. The house bordered by a lake on both sides has a very good view. The owner who has his own unique and profound views on life aesthetics enjoys gardening in his spare time.
Nims Bezaitis Residence is a project designed by Paul McKean Architecture. This 3,200 square foot home was originally designed by Portland Mid-Century master John Storrs in 1959 for the Holtz family. Our goal for the renovation was simple – to carefully restore existing natural finishes while simultaneously upgrading all functional aspects of the home, including a modernized kitchen, bathrooms, family art studio and media room. Only 80 square feet was added to the home, slightly increasing the size of the kitchen. Photography by Chuck Spin.
Double Concrete House is a project designed by Inter Urban Studios. Shortlisted for Don’t Move, Improve awards 2017, Featured in the Wall Street Journal, George Clarke’s Channel 4 series Ugly House to Lovely House, season 2, episode 2, Top Ten images on Archinect’s Kitchen and Living Spaces Pinterest boards, and featured project in Open House 2017. Photography by Rosangela Borghese and Micah Sarut.
interior & exterior photography for Inter Urban Studios London