This project is a transformation of an old apartment. The client, who works in the field of art, is nostalgic and fond of places that carry memories. He especially likes the apartment’s outdoor garden which occupies more than 100 square meters, since it is where dreams begin and all the plants in it have been growing together with his family. Before the transformation, the family had lived in this apartment for 10 years. Because of increase of family members, an extra room needed to be added in order to satisfy living demands. To achieve this, the design firm, JINGU PHOENIX SPACE PLANNING ORGANIZATION, turned the space of an original bedroom and a bathroom into two bedrooms and one bathroom, while retaining the previous layout of the residence. Photography by Ouyang Yun
The project designed by Léo Shehtman was developed for a young couple with a young daughter. Residents love design and sought a house in the countryside, away from the chaotic routine of the city. Photographhy by Demian Golovaty
A feature of this apartment designed by Design Studio Rubleva Design is the modeling of space. Designers managed to combine three apartments into one spacious apartment of 170 sq.m. We managed to consider various options for the location of zones inside the apartment.
“This project designed by Estúdio GT was built for a 140m2 apartment located in the south region of Sao Paulo city and it was conceived for a family with a small daughter. Despite it being the second apartment the customer has owned, it was the first time they opted on hiring an architect to lead the renovation, since they reported having traumatic experiences with previous renovations where they were certain they could do it on their own.
S Apartment is a project designed by Maya Sheinberger Interior design. Renovation of an 80 sqm apartment in Hod Hasharon’s old neighborhood. The owner is a woman in her late seventies who bought the apartment after her family moved to the city. Photography by Itay Benit
Ness Point designed by Tonkin Liu is a new house set in the dramatic landscape of the White Cliffs of Dover. Hunkered into the land with undulating thick walls along its length, Ness Point is constructed as a journey with views that pull the surrounding landscape into the house.
Drawn to this historic Italianate residence, a landmark in Capitol Hill’s Harvard-Belmont Historical District, the new owners knew they needed a design firm that would respect the home’s historic exterior yet bring a modern sensibility to the interiors, which had long ago been compromised through a series of ill-conceived remodels. Photography: Andrew Giammarco