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A 1950s building designed by Italo Gamberini in the middle of Florence has been renovated by local outfit AMDB Studio’s Daniela Bianchi into Glance, a swanky, modern 69-room boutique hotel.
This cafeteria is to be found in Berlin’s university area and it offers its own coffee blend from Brazil and El Salvador. Its coffee is extraordinary and you can even buy some to take home with you. Its “apfelkuchen” (apple pie) is the house special and it is famous throughout the city.
Lik house is located in the place which went into the residential section from the business district. It was rebuilding in the land in which it was born and the client grew up. It was expected of the residence with a feeling of a resort which can be relaxed, securing privacy, since medium-rise collective housing is also scattered around besides the single-family house of a low layer.
The chapel of The Holy Cross is a timeless religious building, an interconnecting bridge between the past, the present and the future. It translates symbolism and millennia of tradition and belief into space with a materiality based on the simplicity and harmony of contemporary architecture.
Special Project Venediktov, has reorganized the space of an apartment inside a high-rise residential building to create a new home for a young family. The apartment is situated on the 30th floor of one of the highest buildings in Kiev; its panoramic windows open on a spectacular view of the city and the Dnieper River.
Larsson & Jennings recently opened their first U.S. flagship at 335 Bleecker in New York’s West Village, housing the brand’s complete Swiss Made watch collection. The angular store interior is divided into two clearly defined areas, the focus being a unique cantilevered watch bar running the length of the store.
West Architecture’s first project was a suspended mezzanine in a living space, located in a former Methodist Church in Islington. In 2014 the practice was approached by new owners to reinterpret the original project, namely refurbishing the main space and extending the roof to provide additional accommodation.
Italian firm AIM Studio has recently refurbished a 150 sqm home in Milan, creating a new balance and harmony through the spaces.
Nacho Polo has fashioned his own language for starkly white. He’s added a bit of drama to white while respecting its formal purity. He used white to create glowing brightness and accentuate the essence of his Nineteenth Century apartment, next to the Royal Palace Opera in Madrid.
The apartments occupy an area of 120 square meters and have two bedrooms and a common area. Design of apartments built on contradictions and contrasts, combining ascetic space and ornate furniture.