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Greene Street Loft by Kimberly Peck Architect

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.

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Apartment near Tbilisi State Conservatoire by NS STUDIO

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.

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H67 by Studio Practice

H67 is a project designed in 2015 by Studio Practice and is located in Montréal, Canada.

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102 The Mill by Carter Williamson Architects

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.

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Loft Chartier by Studiocolnaghi

Loft Chartier designed by Studiocolnaghi is a small well-located apartment. It is designed to host a young couple during weekends, so its main purporse is to be as practical as beautiful. The apartment itself has some qualities, like a corner window and a concrete slab. So, those were importante tools to compose the interior design. In order to contrast to the brutalist aspect of the apartament, we design a wood ceilling in the main entrance. So, this element also appear as a wall pannel which hides a door. The wood floor is a tool to create the impression of a bigger space, as we have the same material on the wall and parto of the ceilling. Photography by Vinícius Ferzeli.

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Possamai Apartment by Atelier Aberto Arquitetura

Possamai Apartment is a project designed by Atelier Aberto Arquitetura. Located in Porto Alegre, this 2 bedroom apartment originally had a floor plan with the kitchen connected to the living room by a dishwasher. Photography by Marcelo Donadussi

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Chelsea Loft by Kimberly Peck Architect

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.

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Apartamento ER by Schuchovski Arquitetura

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.

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St Gabriels by Square Feet Architects

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.

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YUNO by ARQMOV WORKSHOP

YUNO is a project designed by ARQMOV WORKSHOP. Re-densification of different parts of Mexico City has had a significant impact on the construction sector and related project planning. Beautification of streets, avenues, roads, the entire public areas, the addition of green areas, and the creation of more liveable urban areas have been instituted to provide enhanced public spaces to positively impact the health of the city’s residents. Photography by Rafael Gamo

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