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The building was a former school, but it’s a dead cert none of the pupils who attended in its former life had anything like as good a time as the party-goers queuing up for detention these days.
Studio Mills recently completed a family apartment in Westminster. As a second home for the family, the apartment combines mid-century modern with rich textures as a backdrop for the client’s collection of art, creating an apartment that is both luxurious and soft.
The Church of San Pellegrino in the historic centre of Lucca, Italy takes the name from its location on Via San Pellegrino, now known as Via Galli Tassi. It is believed that the church was built at the ancient San Giorgio doorway – the access door to ancient Roman forts, hidden in the walls and used as an emergency passage during attacks and sieges.
Founded in 1968, Dipl.-Ing. Helmut Stich Und Dipl.-Ing. Klaus Stich is a small organization in the architectural services industry located in Ingolstadt, Germany. It has approximately 7 full-time employees and generates an estimated $320,760 in annual revenue.
A recent project of Studio Omerta, is the design of the Kassis jewelry store on the island of Mykonos.The compact nature of the space, lends itself to a distinguished aesthetic of an ergonomic nature.
‘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.
Cointec Office is a workspace for a consultant firm designed by Spanish architecture firm Dot Partners. The office was designed to emphasise spaciousness, with one large room stretching across the entire structure. Select furnishings and carefully placed glass partitions divide the space according to use.
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.
AD to photograph the house of the brothers Benedini. Giampaolo and Emanuele Benedini, the founder of the famous Agape bath brand, live wall to wall in a converted baroque house in Mantua.