Category Archives: living

Valentine by Gao Architects

Valentine is a project designed by Gao Architects. Love is a great, unstoppable force, which unites and brings happiness. During our work on this amazing project, our two clients got married…Right from the beginning, this interior called for an open space and a subtle transition of movement, offering views of the space, throughout and beyond. With a spiral stone staircase (shaped like a curled piece of paper), we gently emphasized the two-dimensional aspect of the space. We caught its soft reflection in the small details of furniture. Photography by Miran Kambič.

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Garden apartment in Tel Aviv

Garden apartment is a project designed by Architect Raz Melamed in collaboration with Mentoring project studio 6B. A challenging garden apartment in the center of the big city has become a wonderful home and an island of silence in the urban environment around it. Photography by Amit Geron.

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Casa Landete by Destudio

Casa Landete designed by Destudio sees the light as a comprehensive housing reform project and exudes harmony, elegance and modernity in each of its rooms. Touring this emblematic house of the Valencian expansion represents the union of the classic and the renovated, a mixture that combines perfectly with the way we live in homes today. Photography by Maria Mira.

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Zoé Apartment by Angá Arquitetura

Zoé Apartment is a project designed by Angá Arquitetura. “The word Zoé comes from the Greek meaning “LIFE”. Its meaning carries with it a sense of vivacity, of one who lives life with joy and intensity. We sought to transform the apartment into a home. We translated the residents’ desires and needs into architecture and created environments that brought functionality and warmth, serving as a stage for new stories and memories to come.” Photography by Carolina Lacaz.

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HOUSE +++ by Francesco Pierazzi Architects

HOUSE +++ designed by Francesco Pierazzi Architects involves the remodelling of a large semi-detached Victorian house, built approximately between 1885 and 1911 in West Dulwich, for a family who needed to rationalize their long neglected house to transform it into a sequence of suggestive spaces culminating with the large garden. Photography by Gianluca Maver.

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Down to Earth Living in the heart of an Olive Grove by Keren Gans

Down to Earth Living in the heart of an Olive Grove is a project designed by Keren Gans. This family of five dreamed of living in the countryside, and after a period of caravan living, they finally settled in the house of their dreams. Interior designer Keren Gans weaved natural materials with luxurious furniture and artwork, turning this home into a dreamy reality. Photography by Assaf Pinchuk.

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Nautical sports development promotion center by Rómulo Neto Arquitetos

The project designed by Rómulo Neto Arquitetos was developed from the moment we accepted the invitation made by the Câmara Municipal of Vagos, to remodel a deactivated primary school, reproduced throughout our country on a large scale in the 20th century, between 1941 and 1969, at the time of the ‘Estado Novo’. Photography by Ivo Tavares Studio.

Centro de desenvolvimento desportivo nautico em Vagos com Arquitectura Romulo Neto e fotografias de Ivo Tavares Studio

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Bathurst Street by Mark Fairhurst Architects

Bathurst Street is a project designed by Mark Fairhurst Architects. The residential refurbishment and extension is located on Bathurst Street between Westbourne Street and Sussex Gardens. The grade II listed building, originally a public house, has a carriage way access to Bathurst Mews which is still regularly used by horses from the Hyde Park Stables. Access to the residential apartments is via an entrance opposite the stables with a stair leading to two apartments at first and second floor respectively. A restaurant is now located at ground floor and basement levels with access from Bathurst Street and service access into Bathurst Mews. Photography by Mark Fairhurst Architects.

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Ficus Apartment by Angá Arquitetura

Ficus Apartment is a project designed by Angá Arquitetura. The client loves gathering friends and family and throwing parties, so a large and open apartment was a necessity for hosting everyone comfortably. The building is from the 70’s and the apartment’s floor plan didn’t seem to have undergone major renovations. It had a very large staff room, three bedrooms, and the kitchen was isolated. We proposed a more contemporary layout that would meet the client’s needs. Photography by Carolina Lacaz.

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L. Studio by AODA Design

L. Studio is a project designed by AODA Design. In the suburban area of Taipei, Beitou, L. Studio emerged from the 88-square-meter basement of a building that dates to 1990s. Rooted in the dampness, the severely deformed magnesium oxide boards once covered most part of the property. As anticipated, natural light could only be transmitted through the opening of the patio. The team was tasked with transforming this shady subterranean space into an open and airy studio for kids’ studying and the owner’s art creating session. Photography by Jackal Liu Photography.

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