When PROJECT AZ designed by PROJECT AZ was approached by a young marketing professional, they had the opportunity to transform a one-bedroom bachelor’s pad into a modern and stylish space created with guests in mind. Photography by Trevor Parker.
This contemporary church conversion penthouse in St John’s Wood designed by VORBILD Architecture is one of thirteen inside a converted orthodox church. The property is situated near the famous Beatles crossing and the Abbey Road Studios. Photography by VORBILD Architecture.
The house remodeling project Casa en Chaflán designed by Destudio was born with the intention of improving the living space of an apartment located in the downtown area of the city of Valencia. With more than 165 m2 of floor space, this project has the peculiarity of having two directions, a challenge to be solved by the team of architects in charge of the project. Photography by Mariela Apollonio.
Mardaloop Residence is a project designed by Reena Sotropa In House Design Group. One of the most incredible sources of inspiration for your home is travel, and it was during a stay at NYC’s chic Gramercy Park Hotel that our clients found inspiration for their own pending bathroom renovation. Upon returning home from their trip, they called our team to help bring their vision for a “crisp, clean and high contrast space” to life. As their bathroom renovation began to take shape, they started to fall back in love with their inner city home and asked us to help re-imagine the remainder of their 2000 square foot property. Photography by Phil Crozier.
Marylebone Penthouse designed by Patalab Architecture is located on top floor of a 5-storey early 1900’s residential building in the heart of Marylebone Village in central London. Carefully nurtured by The Howard de Walden Estate and just minutes from the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street, the area is one of the capital’s most distinctive and fashionable destinations. Previously split into two smaller apartments the project presented an opportunity to create a unique penthouse, featuring generous outdoor spaces including a roof terrace with stunning views across London. Photography by Jan Piotrowicz.
The suspended house is a project designed by Giuliano Marchiorato Arquitetos. Amplifying the building’s characteristics was the design premise. The contemporary language and its materiality brought into the apartment through natural elements and sober tones, seeking an integration between external and internal in order to mimic the transition between the interior of the apartment and the balcony that surrounds the entire house, thus making a suspended house. Photography by Eduardo Macarios.
This apartment designed by Alena Yudina is a very calm space. It overlooks the landscape and in order to preserve this potential, a tranquil design with a sense of proportion was needed. Planning of the apartment is simple and logical, designed for two. Total meterage is 160 meters.
Interior designer Carolina Bordonco redesigned the environments and made the property more comfortable and more like a home. In the living room, practical furniture and side tables and beanbags make the environment flexible. Even the swivel chair was purposeful to make it easier to move around when there are more people. Furniture all by Dunelli and carpet by Casa Frato Decor. Photography by Kadu Lopes.