The Canine & Feline Hotel designed by Raulino Architect is located in Parada, Vila do Conde and the main program consists of temporary dog and cat accommodation, a hotel where the animals stay for a few days, during holidays or professional travel of their owners. The remaining program is a complement to the space’s activity, with a veterinary office, a grooming room, outdoor training areas and a swimming pool for pets. Photography by João Morgado
This office project designed by Manuel García Asociados belongs to the public area of the new headquarters of the “One” business group, dedicated to the management of architecture and interior design projects, the promotion of housing and also the construction. Photography by Diego Opazo
Meet the new fashionable place: “If you love me, let me know” – This is the status of compilation of design, cuisine and service in the latest design release from ALLARTSDESIGN. A rethought image of a bird that does not take your eyes off you, feathers and cages, author’s decisions on the implementation of coatings complete the image of the institution’s concept. Photography by Artemy Saranin
The new SPA designed by Studio Apostoli, an internationally renowned design company in the field of Wellness and SPA, was created on the “Noble” floor of the building which overlooks the centuries-old inner park, a truly enchanting place from where guests can admire the vapors rising from the panoramic thermal pools which are opened until midnight. Photography by Chiara Grossi
The FAMA restaurant designed by Paulo Martins is the first gastronomic project of chef Luis Lavrador. Located in a recent building, in a relatively new zone of the city of Aveiro, this restaurant aims to be a meeting point, a place for lingering over a meal, and a reference. Photography by Its. Ivo Tavares Studio.
The showroom designed by Bolshakova Interiors recreates all kinds of living space, bringing visitors into an atmosphere of home comfort and allowing them to experience all the advantages of brands and opportunities available with their use. Photography by Andrey Avdeenko
In the history of psychology, there was once a psychosurgical treatment called lobotomy, in which a hole was made in the skull near the frontal lobe, believed to cure mental disorders. For the atelier rzlbd, a series of its interior renovations for condominium units in Toronto have just been like this surgery, in which it has attempted to create an architecturally integrated space without touching the exterior and permanent elements.