The conversion of a 90sqm, 1974 apartment was meant to create a great sense of spaciousness and generate a loft-like feeling. Before, the apartment was characterized by a series of dark, concatenated spaces. The kitchen and entrance hall were consequently fully opened up, leading into a spacious living room with fireplace. The large windows let in plenty of natural light, and create a very pleasant living experience in the living room and kitchen. To optimize this feeling of freshness, white colour hues were chosen for the interior. The walls were painted white and JUMA also resolutely chose white for the curtains, blinds and kitchen. The floor coverings and furniture provide the necessary colour contrast. The idiosyncratic light fixtures on the wall add a playful touch to the whole.
This project designed by JUMA architects involves the renovation of a 1974 apartment with a floor space of 90sqm. The original apartment was divided into separate spaces that could be accessed through a central circulation area. The playful circulation in the new design creates an optical extension of the room. The design also shows that it is possible to create a loft-like feeling, even with limited floor space.
Apartment P is a project designed by Elia Nedkov and is located in Sofia, Bulgaria. The project takes root in the new residential area of Lozenets, a historic district of the Bulgarian capital highly esteemed for its strategic position overlooking the Vitosha mountain and for the mixture of new and old infrastructure, remains of the Soviet era.
tissellistudioarchitetti presents the renovation of a single family penthouse in the historical center of Cesena, Italy. The flat is located in the heart of Cesena’s historical centre (Italy), a privileged position which allows the visual contemplation of an outstanding urban and natural landscape.
Lopez House is a project designed by Martin Fenlon Architecture located in the Eagle Rock area of Los Angeles, is situated on an irregularly-shaped, steeply-sloping lot. Faced with a limited budget, it was particularly challenging to negotiate the constraints of the lot while taking advantage of the site’s sweeping view. The owners wanted the house to evoke the area’s craftsmen architecture, so this vernacular served as a basis for the design.