Chelsea Loft is a project designed by Kimberly Peck Architect. This large Chelsea loft, formally a commercial space, was renovated to create a welcoming home and backdrop to our client’s collection of rugs, art and objects. Having previously owned a home decor shop our client had a lot of experience in helping others furnish their interior environments. Photography by ddreps.
“Exactly in the year of the Bauhaus centenary celebrations, we were asked to do a comprehensive interior design of an unusual house in Konstancin-Jeziorna. This house is a typical Bauhaus style villa built in 1936. Several characteristic features in the architecture of the building suggest that its author could have been Lucjan Korngold, but no documentation that could confirm it has survived. On the ground floor of the house, there is a living room with a study area, a fireplace area, a kitchen with a small dining area and pantry, a large dining room with a sitting area and a small bathroom. On the first floor, there is a library, a guest room, a bedroom, a dressing room and a bathroom. Photography by Joel Hauck.
WS House is project designed by Men Bureau. When a few years ago a married couple found their charming old house not far from Kyiv, they only ever intended it to be a country retreat, a place to escape to and from the city on the weekends. Then came the pandemic and our customers discovered something of a taste for country life. That’s why they spend most of their time at the house.
Apartamento ER is a project designed by Schuchovski Arquitetura. The project, designed for a father and his teenage son, has 115m² and perfectly reflects the style and personality of the residents. The renovation of the apartment located in the Ecoville neighborhood, in Curitiba, included living, dining room, games’ room, kitchen, master suite and toilet. The potential seen in the project included a double height and a mezzanine slab that could be used. As the apartment had no lining and finishing, it was not difficult to imagine a set staircase that would give access to the games’ room. Photography by Daniel Katz.
This family of six had outgrown the existing footprint of their house, with the small crowded kitchen being the focal point of their family life. Square Feet Architects resolved their space dilemma by removing an internal wall between the kitchen and adjacent living room to create one larger open plan kitchen-dining-living space. Photography by Jeremy Coleman.
Apartamento RC is a project designed by Schuchovski Arquitetura. For the renovation of this 70m² loft, located in a special neighbourhood in Curitiba, we listed minimalism, the integration of spaces and important designer pieces as key-elements.
Given the size of the loft, one of the many challenges was to achieve a better use of space. We addressed this item through significant changes in the plant and through the choice of colors and materials. Photography by Eduardo Macarios.
L Apartment designed by AD ARCHITECTURE is the home of a post-90s online streamer and his trendy mother. Located on the east coast of Shantou City, it embraces the beautiful view of river and sea. The simple composition of occupants and the favorable natural conditions of the site provided a good basis for creating bespoke interior designs. Photography by Ouyang Yun.
Situated between the southern end of the scenic Qinglv Road and Gongbei Customs Checkpoint, Yanlord Marina Center enjoys good views of Macau in vicinity and Hong Kong on horizon. Yanlord Marina Center, a 600m long building complex along Qinglv Road, is poised to create a lasting impression with a series of full-blown sails, forming a new icon of the coastal city.
This project designed by Daniel Wilges is a duplex in a low rise building with four floors and is located in Mariscal, a beach in the municipality of Bombinhas, in Santa Catarina. The proximity to an ecological reserve makes the climate very native, there are boats and fishermen on the beach, as well as Morro do Macaco, famous for its trails and ecological reserve.
The gray apartment is the residence of Giuliano Marchiorato and his fiancée Mayara. The concept revolves around the life of the architect, who daily studies different finishes, textures and colors for his projects. At Cinza Giuliano looked for something that would provide a certain refuge and contemplation. With this, the main elements chosen were black and white as the basis of thought, which follows the minimalist identity and transforms the space into a contemporary one with few finishes and lines. Photography by Eduardo Macarios.