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When building a Tuscan retreat for himself and his family, Piero Lissoni decided that simplicity was key. Keeping faithful to the size and scale of the surrounding houses, he used a concrete that is mixed with the local earth, giving it a characteristic pinkish hue.
This converted warehouse space was remodelled by San Francisco based practice LINEOFFICE Architecture. The weightiness of the post and beam structure and the tactile grain of the Douglas Fir were at once seductive for both the client and the architect. With such an exquisitely crafted timber structure...
This boutique hotel quietly dwells in a local neighbourhood that enjoys moderate distance yet convenience to the bustling CBD while offering an authentic Hong Kong experience with local eateries, market, old buildings, temples and scenery of the Hong Kong Island along the tramways.
Peter’s House is a private residence in Copenhagen, designed for renowned Danish photography Peter Krasilnikoff by the masters at Studio David Thulstrup. It’s the spatial equivalent of Diana Ross, Raf Simons and Talitha Getty’s love child – a little disco, a little earthy and incredibly crisp and considered.
In the heart of Clapton, East London, you’ll find this sleek warehouse conversion from the architects at Sadie Snelson. Previously divided into separate small rooms that let in little natural light, the fresh open-plan update is dressed in black and creamy pale timber to create the ultimate photographer’s work and living space.
A project born from concepts of transparency and reflection where a product which is a symbol of Italian craftsmanship will be exhibited.
The apartment was designed by the duo Fanny Bauer Grung and David Lopez Quincoces that lead the interior projects of the office (founded by David 9 years ago). It was made for a young couple living in Rome who gained possession of a very different flat.
Wildly inventive, the Campana brothers, Humberto and Fernando, are the celebrated São Paulo design team who made the famous Banquete chair (2002), composed of stuffed toys, and then created its acclaimed opposite, the Favela armchair (2003), constructed of scraps of wood like the homemade shacks in Brazil’s slums.
A harmonious and seamless balance of textures, design, functionality and the finest craftsmanship for a sophisticated and understated sense of home: the new Bottega Veneta Home Collection which is being presented during Salone del Mobile in Milan...
The site lies at Agios Ioannis – Chania. Main goal of this project is the construction of a three-story residence, a house Inside the city that makes you feel that you are Outside in nature. This goal set the basic foundations for a design that lets the sound of rain, the first rays of the sun and the full moon of August inside the house.