A strong duality comes into play for the surprisingly nimble Villa Klánovice. Prague based architecture firm ADR was commissioned to design an unassuming dwelling, and thus, the welcoming card is an orderly grey façade surrounded by unchained nature on all sides. Stepping in, a clever inversion happens, as a rich minimalist programme takes charge.
Everything comes back to the Archipelago. Everything returns, winging over it, spinning round in dreamless sleeps, haunted by nostalgia. Why this nostalgia? Without knowing the past or the ghosts of those standing next to me, I can sense the moment they feel its chill.
The project designed by Andrea Marcante and Adelaide Testa to restructure an approximately 250 m² rented apartment in Via Roma in the centre of Turin attempts to meet the needs of three generations...
Private Apartment in Munich. Purist, reduced, simple. Adapted to the needs of the customer, a spacious structure with individualized areas was created. The furniture is reduced to the essentials. Selected vintage elements in combination with simple and linear objects create a homely character.
A Melbourne espresso bar built with a minimal material palette within an exposed concrete shell. Belying its small budget the project delivered a highly functional space with a robust aesthetic suitable for both high volume passing trade and casual coffee lovers.
The private areas of this apartment, initially comprising three bedrooms, gave place to a single living room. The social area, comprising the former living-room and a study, became two bedrooms and a walk-in closet. With such spatial reconfiguration a question appear.
The ultimate Berlin dream home is a ‘Haus am See’, a property with waterfront access beside one of the many attractive lakes surrounding the city. The earth is almost pure sand around here, so the shorelines are beach-like and the lakes are clean.
Designed by Natura Futura Arquitectura, the small mirrored viewing platform was completed in summer 2016 and functions as a rest stop for hikers in the ecuadorian countryside. The Los Rios-based studio positioned the observation deck titled “The Invisible Portal” on a trail that runs between Guaranda and Babahoyo in the Andes mountains.
The design of the house responds to its spectacular location near the edge of the ocean and its site falling steeply away towards the water’s edge on hamilton island.
London based fashion photographer Francesco Nazardo has an amazing eye for color and close shots, focusing decorative aspects like hairlines, stubble, fleshy fruit, and indolent body parts.