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Architecture firm APA has transformed a London warehouse space into an apartment for two theatre and film directors, adding a raw steel volume that houses a movie archive and a bathroom.
Italian architect and designer Alessandro Mendini was invited to furnish the interior of Appartement N°50 in the Unité d’Habitation of Le CORBUSIER in Marseille. The apartment has previously been fitted out by designers including Jasper Morrison, Ronan& Erwan Bouroullec, Konstantin Grcic...
The pared down interiors by Belgian designer Marc Merckx are evidence of his constant search for the perfect balance between proportion, materials and space. His style may vary from a warm minimal to a simple classical, but his approach is fundamentally the same.
Architecture studio Edwards Moore has converted a small Melbourne apartment into a Airbnb-style rental property, where guests are invited to buy the furniture, art and accessories when they leave.
The Japanese-Brazilian artist Tomie Ohtake was always a color lover and when she arrived in Brazil in 1936 she quickly found the home of her dream in Sao Paulo.
The project, Casa Trinitarios is a great mix of old and new. The older architecture has some beautiful textures and patinas that lend a great compliment to the new furnishings.
On the outskirts of Portugal’s Santiago do Cacém, admist the parched pastoral landscape of Alentjo sits a gleamingly white curved building designed by Atelier dos Remédios.
London based architect William Tozer has created a loft in an old factory in London. The beautiful concrete ceilings worn by time were kept intact. The concrete used everywhere now shares space with wooden floors, paneled walls and white walls. The loft's terrace offers a stunning views of London.
Elena Cerizza, after some work experiences, in April 1998 graduated in architecture at the Milan Polytechnic, and in July the same year began her activities as a freelancer. The design ranges from design to packaging, from restructuring the former novo, without any limitation or functional typological.
Underneath the roof of a small Church (1400 AD) in the historic center of Rome, a new Concept store was born: DANA Roma. The passion for Arts and Fashion started the project where the “Made in Italy” is the lead element, thanks to the Italian designer accurately selected and provided.