Family Estate Krakow is a private residence designed by Yodezeen. It is located in Krakow, Poland.
The project, designed by Andrea Marcante and Adelaide Testa, involves the restructuring of a 180 m² apartment in Paris for Isis Colombe Combréas, the managing director and editor-in-chief of the magazines MilK and MilK decoration, her husband the photographer Karel Balas, and two children Hiroko and Aliocha.
Located at the ninth and last level of the Plot # 2251 project which we conceived in 2008 and for which construction ended in 2013, this three-storey apartment is articulated through an independent structure capping the building.
Tavistock Terrace is a classic Victorian house in a conservation area in North London that has been sympathetically restored and refurbished.
A love of travel along with modern design and antique elements are brought together in this 19th century apartment located in Berlin. The interior was designed and styled by Annabell Kutucu in collaboration with Michael Schickinger.
Sitting at the peak of a hill in the Moroccan mountain ranges, Villa E rises up from the landscape, like a form extruded from the earth. The locally sourced Oika stone walling reads like an extension of the landscape. From the road in the valley, only the tiniest window openings pierce through the structure...
A building of the 90 in the heart of the City, surrounded by greenery of the Janiculum and Villa Sciarra. An oasis where Claudia Ranieri and Alessandro Roja have decided to put down roots and where, recently, came the little Orlando. Holds her communication agency, an actor, they have accepted the challenges that the house have been foreseen, all focusing on the opportunities.
A second home on a rocky outcrop at the start of the western ghats (highlands), Khopoli, in Maharashtra, India.
An area of high precipitation in the monsoons, and equal heat during the summers, the site changes remarkably from March to July, with the onset of the south westerly monsoons.
This piece of land, located in the middle of a coastline dotted with “All Inclusives,” would have to be transformed into a box that contained its own sea –practically its own air– given the happy circumstance that the universe had created a desert joined to the sea along a horizontal line. It was the purest, most minimalist landscape a horizon could have drawn.
Athens café and store Philos occupies an elegantly decayed neoclassical mansion on Solonos Street, built in 1937 by entrepreneur Euripidis Koutlidis and largely unoccupied since his death in the 1970s.