Teneriffe Warehouse Apartment 2 is a project designed by Wrightson Stewart. Located in one of Brisbane’s heritage wool stores, this warehouse space accommodates both home and artist’s studio. The design captures the historical integrity of the wool store. Photography by Kylie Hood.
Blue apartment is a project designed by SIKORA INTERIORS. The idea for this project came from a question: What would it look like to merge the city of Gdańsk’s historic heritage and style, with the character of a modern sea resort? This small project – 100m2, was designed personally by Jan Sikora, expressign fully his artistic concept, having fully the execution and building process. Photography by Tom Kurek.
Tribeca Pied-à-Terre is a project designed by Jessica Gersten Interiors. A real estate developer based in Memphis, reached out to Jessica in January 2021 having just purchased an apartment at 111 Murray Street in Tribeca as a New York pied-à-terre for his family. Photography by Blaine Davis.
Flatiron Loft is a project designed by thread collective. A 2100sf loft in the heart of the Flat Iron District reconceives the loft as a place not just for young families or artists but for those in the golden years ready to experience the city from a new perspective. The single floor unit, is framed on three sides by large windows, flooding the interiors with natural daylight and creating a unique atmosphere for a New York apartment where light and windows are cherished. The design gut renovated the existing, which was a divided into small rooms, breaking through the space from front to back to create a new flow, with the program and uses defined by furnishings and interior built-ins, and sliding steel and glass partitions. Photography by Nadia Tarr.
Greene Street Loft is a project designed by Kimberly Peck Architect. This client hired us to do a complete facelift of a quintessential Soho loft. The apartment had great bones but presented as very dated. The new design of the space emphasized the features that make an archetypal loft. Mainly, the space was opened and the central timber beam and cast iron columns were exposed, all paint was removed and the materiality emphasized. Photography by ddreps.
Apartment near Tbilisi State Conservatoire is a project designed by NS STUDIO. “The two-storey space that is built above the old house, is located next to Tbilisi State Conservatoire. Prior to renovation works, the common area of the house, where we get through the staircase, was divided into various functional spaces. Such planning didn’t fit the customer’s daily life. Accordingly, we decided to create the space where all the elements would meet the requirements of the property owner. We dismantled all the partitions, unpacked the ceiling and walls of outer perimeter and united into a single space, that brought a new life to the apartment. There are some details that create distinctive mood for the particular space. For instance, an existing two-sided fireplace, separating the kitchen and the living room, metal and wooden windows, with wooden shutters and natural light coming from the second floor.” Photography by Nick Paniashvili.
Wis Tavern/Smog Veil Records is a project designed by Level Architecture Incorporated. For this project, we undertook converting a former tavern into a live-work space for a husband and wife and their record label business. The major objectives were to design for maximum energy conservation, as well as to generate energy on-site. Our goal was to combine alternative technologies and a sophisticated palette of new and reclaimed materials to co-exist in architectural harmony. This strategy also helped achieve the environmental goals of the project. Photography by Doug Fogelson.
The ambition for 102 The Mill designed by Carter Williamson Architects was to preserve the industrial and varied history of Balmain whilst creating an inspiring and generous home. It’s vital for our suburbs to grow and change, however there are opportunities to balance the use of existing industrial materials with a sensitive selection of new elements that continue to tell the story of the suburb, whilst adapting to new uses. Photography by Brett Boardman.