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‘Maison de Maître’ in Ghent dates back to late 19th Century. Throughout the years, the house had suffered from poor maintenance, but luckily many of it’s original features survived. Hans Verstuyft Architecten restored the house in 2013, effortlessly marrying heritage with minimalism and modernity.
Mckimm was established by Nick McKimm 25 years ago, Nick has expressed his appreciation for detailing and architecture complimented by quality construction and mckimm has continued to grow and is now renowned for being one of Melbourne’s most accomplished residential design and construction practices.
That of a place occupied by the landscape but described as uninhabitable simply because it is uninhabited.It's precisely this landscape, deeply engraved by the horizon, that led our intervention. The first approach was to open.Open to sight, open to air and to light. The transformation proceeds through demolition.
Italian linen expert Frette has opened a new London store, in collaboration with Britt Moran and Emiliano Salci of Dimore Studio. Located on South Audley Street, in the heart of the city’s most distinguished retail quarter, the boutique is also Dimore Studio’s first commercial project in the city, marking Frette’s retail expansion in London.
Sometimes the fact of building is just about erasing layers. This is the basis of the project for the refurbishment of the “Posito Pesquero”. How to rediscover the inner architecture has been hidden for years.
The Void is surely a strange choice of name for this community centre in Sinan-gun, Jeollanam-do, South Korea. Designed by Hyunjoon Yoo Architects, this is their first project built on an island, where majority of the population is elderly
PINC - Pole for the Creative Industries of Park of Science and Technology, University of Porto - quickly became a space of great dynamism of Porto. A recognized centre for the creation and production of events and contacts.
As if building a house isn’t already a design and logistical challenge, imagine having to build a second one on the same sloping site, but in a way that is unobtrusive whilst mainlining its own space and privacy.
A new development project to the south of the existing building which will transform Tate Modern.The north entrance is a space that is more than simply a zone of passage. Its sloping ceiling stretches out between two mighty architectural elements: the brick tower on one side and the turbine hall on the other.
The aim of the project is to give a new and even identity to a house belonging to the same family for several generations. The original house formed by the aggregation of different interventions at different times, with different construction systems.