INEA, in other words ‘Good internet people’ continues changes which are aimed at taking customer service to the next level. It was a natural move for the telecommunications leader in the Greater Poland region, to give the interiors of their salon a makeover. mode:lina™ architects were invited to join the project, and they have prepared forINEA a brand new version of one of Poznań salons, accompanied by a set of standards for all new ofces.
The Johannesburg home of an international businessman has been perfectly expressed to suit his passion for African art and his love of entertaining. Designed by local architecture firm Cimato Moroldo Architects, its interiors were brought to life by leading Cape Town-based interior studio ARRCC, with contemporary furniture and objets d’art by design studio OKHA. Photography by Elsa Young.
The architectural language of YAK01 house designed by Ayutt and Associates design was inspired by the traditional Thai house layout and space. The ground floor is arranged as a Thai traditional house design with a central courtyard that functions as a feature foyer and distributor before accessing to the main living space. Photography by Piyawut Srisakul.
Rossbarth Restaurant is a project designed by destilat. Planning the first restaurant of two young gourmet cooks was a great opportunity for destilat to realize an exciting gastronomy project in a heritage-protected environment. Photography by Monika Nguyen.
Cumarú Apartment is a project designed by Diego Revollo. The young owners of this apartment in Alto de Pinheiros, São Paulo, wanted an interior design compatible with the life phase they were in: spacious enough to accommodate the daughter and without excesses that would hinder their stripped way of life. It was really necessary to adapt the architecture of the apartment to the style of the neighborhood in which it is situated: a quiet and mostly residential region, permeated by many green areas and abundance of sunlight. Photographer: Alain Brugier.
Nero Café is a coffee shop designed by HR arquitetura and is located in Ribeirão Preto city, in Brazil. The concept was to work with natural materials. The ceiling lighting is all with wood looms and woven natural straw.