Albatross Avenue is a project designed by Studio Workshop. 8 Albatross is a three-storey pair of beach residences with an east-facing aspect toward the pacific ocean, situated along a narrow, busy thoroughfare. An array of vertical fins is deployed to serve multiple functions including sun-shading, privacy, curation of views, and to modulate the scale of the overall form. Photo by Andy MacPherson.
The renovation of “Casa Mia” by ZDA Zupelli Design Architettura concerns the interior design of an apartment located on the top floor of a 1970s building. The plan has been renovated in a contemporary key and adapted to the needs of the new property.
The apartment designed by Karen Pisacane was old, finishes already needing to be changed, very challenging plan, full of angles. we chose to integrate the balconies and expand the spaces, we built the blinds in the rooms to gain more light. I wanted a timeless project, of course, and with good Brazilian FURNITURE. We opted for a raised national travertine floor to lighten the room (before the floor was brown granite) We returned to the fireplace that had been closed before. And we abuse American oak blade panels. An Orlean sheet that can be applied directly to the walls as a wallpaper We also use panels of Preserved plants from Svetlana to provide comfort. Photography by Mariana Orsi
From the seventh floor of an apartment building in Clerkenwell, EC1 Penthouse designed by Patalab Architecture looks out across the City of London enjoying stunning views of St Paul’s Cathedral and the Barbican Centre. Maximising these views was a key aspect of the client’s brief, as were enhancing energy performance and introducing a material palette to amplify the feeling of light and space in the apartment. Photography by Julian Abrams.
The couple with two young children enjoys travel, wine and welcoming friends at home. From there came the starting point for the architect Angelina Bunselmeyer to renovate this 200 m² apartment in Alphaville (SP): the wall between the living room and the kitchen came to the floor and the balcony was integrated into the social. A structural pillar that cannot be removed gained vegetation and became an invigorating vertical garden, framed by vertical slats. In fact, the wood is repeated behind the TV and around the barbecue. Photography by Luiz Franco Photos.
Precise architectural lines, mindbending form aesthetics in suit with ideal implementation. YODEZEEN architectural and design studio has carried out a project of apartments in the historic downtown of Kyiv. This time designers and architects united modern classics with Empire elements. Photography by Andrii Shurpenkov.
House in Costa Brava is a project designed by Dom Arquitectura. The south-facing plot is located in Montrás, with a slight slope towards the bottom of the site. The house is placed in the upper part of the land leaving most of the space at the front, where the pool and outdoor spaces are located. The main idea was to connect the interior spaces of the house with the outside, open the rooms to the garden and visually communicate the interior with the surrounding nature. Photography by Jordi Anguera.
In a concept of open architecture and integration, the brazilian architects Olivia Messa and Luciana Penna, from Messa Penna Arquitetura, developed a layout that defines the spaces integrating the living room, dining room, kitchen, balcony and bedroom areas. Designed by the architects, the freijó headboard was made by Orth Marcenaria. The tables, armchair, lamp, bench, sofa and coffee table are from Lider Interiores. The curtains was made from Empório das Cortinas. Photography by Marco Antonio
REGENCY_VILLA is a project designed by Cox Architects. Finding space for an elegant new staircase unlocked the potential of this run-down Regency Villa in London’s Kensington district. Photography by Matt Clayton.
YODEZEEN transforms the Soviet building to Instsgrammable restaurant. The Follower restaurant, newest Kyiv hospitality openings, is imagined as an eclectic, eccentric, and modern place for millennials who are keen on social media but at the same time never forget the benefits of social life. Photography by Andrii Shurpenkov