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The Das Stue Hotel, an elegant 5 star establishment which overlooks the Berlin Zoo, has recently undergone an impressive interior regeneration by Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola and LVG Arquitectura.
The Giraffe Childcare Centre, a facility comprised of 60 beds and a nursery school for 20, is located in Boulogne-Billancourt, a district in the South West of Paris. It was designed by the Paris based practice of Hondelatte Laporte Architects who hoped to bring an element to fun to the local urban landscape.
After a delay of over six years due to planning and finance issues, the Zaha Hadid project for the extension of the Middle Eastern Centre at St Antony’s College is programmed to to go ahead later this month.
The recently opened Macalister Mansion in Penang, Malaysia is the first member property of the Design Hotels Group in the region. The 100 year old property was named after Sir Macalister, one of the first British governors of Penang during the colonial era.
This three level 355 sq.m. residence in the exclusive suburb of Filothei, Athens was designed by the practice of GEM Architects. A contemporary interpretation of the classic Doric form of architecture, emphasis is on the contrasts of volume and void, employed on all facades of the structure.
The Guiro Art Bar is a perforated egg shaped installation, designed by the Havana based team of Los Carpinteros in collaboration with Absolut Art Bureau, as a contribution to the 2012 Art Basel Miami Beach Show.
This urban dwelling in Santa Cruz de Tenerife in the Canary Islands was designed by the Spanish practice of Equipo Olivares Arquitectos to make the most of a plot with a number of limitations. Situated on a narrow street and a fill-in between two pre-existing structures...
This contemporary single family home is located on a privileged site, an elevated green area within the urban fabric of Guimaraes, Portugal. Designed by Pitagoras Arquitectos, the two-level horizontal structure is faced with pigmented concrete and anthracite zinc.
Situated on the side of a 1950’s terraced house in St. John’s Wood, in London, UK, the Shoffice is a garden pavilion encompassing a small-scale office, which is surrounded by a garden storage area. The structure was designed by Platform 5 Architects...
This impressive conversion is in the small coastal town of Villefranche Sur Mer on the French Riviera. Built in the 1900s, the structure housed a water cleaning station, fully operational until the early 1970s when it was shut down and the building abandoned.