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The transformation of a large Transylvanian house in Cluj, Romania into a restaurant was undertaken by Radu Calin and Sebastian Mindrou of the practice of Pick Two.
A magnificent single family house just 14 km from downtown Madrid is Balcony House designed by the Madrid based practice of A-Cero. With a generous living space of 952 sq.m. over three levels, this imposing structure sits on a beautifully landscaped plot of 2.000 sq.m.
The expansion and redesign of a home in Yarze, a town in the district of Baabda in the Lebanon, was undertaken by the practice of Raed Abillama Architects, and completed in 2010. Known as the Villa Yarze, the existing structure was enlarged to encompass a living space of 1.800 sq.m. and without losing its original identity, was transformed into a contemporary version of its former self.
Faliro Loft is a project undertaken by the Athens based practice of Ese Studio in which a storage area above a store was converted into a space which would work as both a residence and for commercial purposes.
The opening of the Saint Jean Bar has introduced a little corner of Paris into the city of Berlin. Designed by the practice of Thilo Reich, this intimate social space was created around the character and appearance of the young French owner, in spite of a range of obstacles including limited funds and spatial and building constraints of the basement location.
STOLARNIA is a concept design, the sixth of a twelve piece collection of interiors entitled ‘XII’ by Karina Wiciak of Wamhouse. The name which means ‘Carpenter’s Shop’ in Polish refers to the inspiration of the piece, the Bory Tucholskie National Park, a forested area which the designer considers to represent the ultimate expression of carpentry.
In a long narrow space of just 65 sq.m. in Thessaloniki, the Cafe Bar RE designed by the practice of Architecture in Concept headed by Minas Kosmidis, invites the over 40s to take a trip down memory lane and the under 40s to enjoy a taste of what they had missed in the four decades between the 1950s to the 1980s.
The London based practice of Alexander Waterworth Interiors recently completed The Musket Room, a restaurant located in the popular Nolita neighbourhood of Manhattan. When creating a concept for an interior, Alexander Evangelou and James Waterworth, the innovative duo who make up the practice, enter into close collaboration with the client.
A design project with a difference is Surfer’s Home, a project close to the heart of Rhodes based architect and avid surfer who created a personal space which pays homage both to his craft and his hobby. There are no secrets in this tiny 28 m2 residence, on the contrary, the experiences and trips to distant oceans are all referenced within the design concept of this wonderful home.
This stunning New York loft conversion was an award winning project of the New Zealand based practice of Fearon Hay Architects. Located in the Lower Manhattan area of Tribeca, the huge 550 sq.m. space formerly housed a textile warehouse.