This residence designed by SAOTA is a modern interpretation of St Tropez living. The contemporary, rectilinear, cubic design was carefully considered to blend in with the more traditional residences that are prevalent in the area.
Powiśle is one of the most stylish districts in Warsaw. Old tenement houses, apartment blocks from the 1960s and modernistic monuments alternate here with guarded housing estates and modern buildings of libraries or museums; the young residents of Warsaw live beside the older generations. The district is vibrant with life from the very early morning until late at night – it is the best place to find trendy coffee shops, restaurants and stores, yet it also allows the residents to relax thanks to the close vicinity of numerous parks and boulevards along the river banks. The apartment designed by Anna Koszela matches this cityscape perfectly, with its concept based on a game of contrasts. Photography by Hanna Dlugosz
Mountain Cottage is a project designed by HOLA Design studio. Tranquility, proximity to nature and idyllic views – that’s what investors needed, when they were looking for a place to respite from urban hustle. Everything what they had been looking for, they found in Kluszkowce, a small village in southern Poland.
BLUR is an upcoming 5 star boutique hotel designed by BAD. Built by Associative Data located in one of the most prestigious neighborhoods of Beirut city, facing Mediterranean Sea. The driving forces behind the concept are the vistas and the strong relationship with the water. The façade treatment gives the impression of a wet feel to the building; a sort of Mirage or Blur.
The architect Dado Castello Branco joins in another edition of the most important exhibition of architecture, interior design and landscaping in the Americas, CASACOR, this is the first time that the event will be held in the United States, in Miami, from December 1st to 18th 2017. The professional signs a 30m² family room / office for a young couple. Dado says, about his participation, that he loves the idea of breaking new ground with a company which he shares a long history.
Bribie Contemporary is a project designed by Robin Payne Building Design. This house expands on the client’s brief for a contemporary, sophisticated home that takes full advantage of the northerly aspect and views to the canal.