The primary aim of the project is to propose solutions to encourage diverse methods of using the building, corresponding to the multiple schematic points and interests of the client. An entrepreneur in the restaurant and hospitality industry. But also individuals with countless interests and ongoing initiatives.
Few interventions to restore the space to its original condition, a box made of concrete and a black resin floor finishing in which to work and live in peace, accompanied by the rattling of the nearby station.
In the centre of Antwerp, not far from the fashion boutiques, architect Vincent Van Duysen invited us into his refuge, on the top floor of a nineteenth century building. An intimate, multipurpose residence, where the warmth of wood and the northern light take centre place In an elegant street near the centre of Antwerp...
Belgian studio ADN Architectures added the two-storey structures on opposite sides of the space, loosely dividing a living room at one end from a central dining area and adjoining kitchen.
Aires Mateus, together with the owners João and Andreia Rodrigues, transformed an old family farm into a modern retreat in the rural landscape of the Alentejo region, Portugal.
Located in the city of Tel Aviv, Israel, this elegant duplex penthouse apartment was designed by Pitsou Kedem Architects for a client who is an art collector. On entering the space, the first thing to capture your attention is the amazing panoramic view, a vast cityscape which merges into the blue Mediterranean on the horizon.
From a listed farmhouse in a ruinous estate, located in the Natural Park of the Volcanic Zone in the region of Garrotxa, it is rebuilt and extended the farmhouse Can Calau.It is rebuilt the main building with masonry stone walls taken out from the existent ruin, impregnated with the time footprints.
When building a Tuscan retreat for himself and his family, Piero Lissoni decided that simplicity was key. Keeping faithful to the size and scale of the surrounding houses, he used a concrete that is mixed with the local earth, giving it a characteristic pinkish hue.
Ingo Maurer has taken on the challenge to illuminate one of the most unusual high-rise buildings: Torre Velasca in Milan. As part of the Open Borders orga- nized by Interni magazine, Ingo Maurer will ‘paint’ the building with light: the lower part and the roof of the tower will be glowing red, like embers...
This converted warehouse space was remodelled by San Francisco based practice LINEOFFICE Architecture. The weightiness of the post and beam structure and the tactile grain of the Douglas Fir were at once seductive for both the client and the architect. With such an exquisitely crafted timber structure...