Black & Fluid Apartment is a project designed by Diego Revollo. The time and turn for curved shapes. Fluid architecture is not just an aesthetic issue. It reflects the moment we are living in: the breaking of rigidity. Freer spaces, with less hard lines, make the atmosphere lighter and improve well-being. This is reflected from the design of more flexible layouts, through the finishes and even the execution of the spatial structure. Photography by Renato Navarro.
Cismigiu Apartment is a project designed by Razvan Barsan + Partners. “The design was influenced by the french style of the building where the apartment is located. It’s a delicate house, with small blue accents which generates a perfect state of calm. The favourite element from this interior design is the ceiling, with a special trick used to keep the height of the rooms and to enjoy the warmth of diffused lights. Photography by Anatol Struna
The Penthouse is a project designed by ANNA.CARIN DESIGN Studio. “Our brief for this city apartment was to create a welcoming, elegant and luxurious home whilst complementing the existing architecture. Bespoke joinery and furniture were designed to create a sophisticated and individual apartment.” Photography by Justin Alexander
Bachelor Pad is a project designed by In Design International. A Port Melbourne townhouse with city views was the new home of our young single male client. Our long-term brief was to convert this bachelor pad into a home more suitable for his ‘future wife & family”. Photography by Isamu Sawa.
White Street Loft is a project designed by Kimberly Peck Architect. This large light-filled open loft in the Tribeca neighborhood of New York City was purchased by a growing family to make into their family home. Photography by Pedro Marti
Greenwich Street Apartment is a project designed by Kimberly Peck Architect. While modest in size the new owner of this west village space wanted it to be big on impact. To achieve this we decided to make the fireplace wall the focal point of the apartment. Photography by ddreps.
Hangzhou Boee – Hufeng Courtyard Model Villa is a project designed by GFD. The project provides a perfect living space that caters to the demands of those who aspires to live a poetic life. Situated in Hangzhou, China, this model villa brings in elements of mountain, lake and cloud, and showcases a serene, elegant ambience.
In this project by architect Karen Pisacane located in São Paulo, Brazil, it is a couple with two teenage children. They asked to renovate the apartment to unify the balcony with the living room, and update the daughter’s room.
Project developed for a 40m² Loft by Gustavo Hadler in order to make it less compartmentalized and to meet the current needs in compact housing, without losing comfort and functionality. For this purpose, the walls that divided the kitchen and living room were removed, providing total integration between the environments. By maintaining structural elements such as pillars and exposed beams, we adopted a more industrial visual identity as a concept, replacing the existing electrical pipes with external galvanized steel rigid conduits. Photography by Carlos Edler.