Category Archives: apartments

Polyphonic Apartment by Openideas

Polyphonic Apartment is a project designed by Openideas. This was a home to be created for a purveyor of furniture sourced from the international market. Italy was a favorite stopping ground, and the European aesthetics, he found, resonated greatly with him. Photography by Ishita Sitwala.

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Apartment by Bia Hajnal

With 310 m², the apartment designed by Bia Hajnal in São Paulo had the integrated and colorful project signed by the architect Bia Hajnal The residents of this 310 m² apartment wanted it to look “like home”. As it is a Garden type apartment, with 2 balconies that look like backyards, the idea of ​​the architect Bia Hajnal’s project was to open as many openings as possible to interconnect everything, having the greatest possible view of the two “gardens”. Photography by Thiago Travesso.

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Garden apartment apartment by Carolina Bordonco

This 100 m² garden apartment is a project designed by Carolina Bordonco was a very special project for interior designer Carolina Bordonco: the property belongs to a childhood friend and she just wanted to enter her new home when everything was ready. And so it was done. Not before the resident made some requests: the main reference for the decor was a Provencal style, with a mixture of classic, rustic, wood and a lot of coziness. She had also already chosen the model of the dining table and wanted a “farmsink” on the kitchen island. The vat even gained prominence on the bench designed by the architect. Photography by Kadu Lopes.

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Apartment in RC Heart of Moscow by WOWDOM

Apartment in RC Heart of Moscow is a project designed by WOWDOM and covers an area of 70m2. Photography by Mikhail Stepanov

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Apartment from 1936 by Loft Kolasiński

The apartment designed by Loft Kolasiński is located in a two-family house from 1936, in the Żoliborz neighbourhood. The project included a general renovation of all rooms, partial reconstruction, conversion of the attic into an additional office with a toilet and the concept of small architecture in the garden. Photography by Joel Hauck

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The Angel Empire by YODEZEEN

YODEZEEN created a mind-bending and airy interior for a venture investor, a beauty connoisseur; a place where the sky is only one-step away. Every time unexpected and new, this time the light interior by YODEZEEN became truly special. Cold air shades, impenetrable darkness geometry, and the charm of a woman. The Angel’s Empire is about our sight of the heavens and how we build them. Photography by Sergey Krasyuk.

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The Candle Factory by SPPARC Studio

The property designed by SPPARC Studio is located in the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea within the Kensington Conservation Area. The existing building masks the importance of this node junction and detracts from the enormous potential that the site offers to this vibrant and mixed area of Notting Hill Gate. Photography by Ed Reeve.

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Apartment by Sabrina Salles

Retrofit expands balcony to receive more guests Project is signed by architect Sabrina Salles. The owners of this apartment have three teenage children and love to receive friends. The living room and the balcony asked for a retrofit to meet the current needs of the family, so fabrics, pictures, lighting were changed and the layout of the balcony was changed – the space received new chairs and planned joinery. A vertical garden brings more freshness and greenery to the apartment. The project was started by the Spaço Interior office and completed by the architect Sabrina Salles. Photography by Kadu Lopes.

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Apartment by Suzana Azevedo

Bespoke joinery optimizes space in a 30 m² apartment Project in Juiz de Fora is signed by architect Suzana Azevedo. As the city of Juiz de Fora (MG) is a university, the intention of the owners of this 31.60 m² apartment was to transform the property into a studio that would suit different types of residents and could be rented for different age groups.

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Apartment by CADDA Arquitetura

For their first apartment, the young couple had a few requests: a green kitchen, an easy-to-clean home, space to receive friends, and a glass cabinet. All were attended by the architect Carolina Haddad, from CADDA Arquitetura, who also gave a personal touch: the glass that belonged to the client’s grandmother was modernized and now occupies a prominent place in the living room. To create the color palette from green, professionals and clients searched on Pinterest and decided to complement the decor with burnt cement and wood. In the bathroom, another boldness: blue walls! To accommodate more guests, the balcony island has casters and can be moved if necessary. Photography by Julia Ribeiro.

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