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Glebe is a family home in Sydney by Nobbs Radford Architects, their work reinterprets certain aspects of the original in terms of utilising a heavy material in concrete with an emphasis on narrow openings and thickened walls and then take the load bearing of the original house and invert this with load s now seemingly having been reduced to a fine line between these heavy elements.
This apartment in Midtown NYC, by Hariri & Hariri, was formed by merging two units on the 35th floor of a brown brick behemoth of a certain age, which belonged to notorious Beatles and Rolling Stones manager Allen Klein.
Rue Semard is a 90 square meters apartment by Regis Larroque Interior Architects on Square Montholon in Paris, France.
Designed as a hotel and office in a garden, the project at Upper Pickering Street is a study of how WOHA Architects can not only conserve their greenery in a built-up high-rise city centre but multiply it in a manner that is architecturally striking, integrated and sustainable.
Emerging from the rough Cycladic terrain of Tinos and integrated harmoniously into the natural scenery of sand and rock, Diles & Rinies was created as an exhilarating reinterpretation of the local architecture, gracefully capturing the authentic character and liveliness of the Greek culture.
For this new Project, Sandra Tarruella’s team remodeled fully the existing premises, by working with high communication volumes designed based on a finishes’ composition, as well as a topographical play of levels that helped organize and gave hierarchy to the space in the dining areas, and kitchen or service zones.
Adidas Originals fashion space by ONOMA Architects, is a 26 sq.m. of retail space in Attica department store in Athens
Home 11 by i29 interior architects, is a formerly garage space in Amsterdam’s area de Pijp, turned into a spacious house naturally lit by large roof lights.
Guests usually arrive at Aman Canal Grande Venice by boat, docking at a landing that leads directly into the palazzo’s Reception Hall. With its soaring ceilings and historic frescos and reliefs, the hall provides a sense of bygone luxury, as well as direct access to the hotel’s private gardens and a small Boutique.
Artisan Japanese ASEA Lounge Restaurant, a name inspired from the words Asia and Sea, which are the dominant elements of the space, opened its doors last June at Mystique, a Luxury Collection Hotel, known as one of the most iconic hideaways in Santorini.