British architect Simon Dance completed the renovation project of a historical apartment in Oslo creating an oasis of calm through the use of bespoke floating screens.
From warehouse to creative hub: working in an urban oasis in Barcelona
Enhancement of the industrial past of the place, flexibility of spaces and luxuriant plants are key elements of the Arquitectura-G. reuse project in Barcelona.
Facing south with a view on the roof, the apartment by DC.AD optimizes the surface through the reorganization of the living areas and plays with nuances to enrich the experience of the space.
Designed by Malay Doshi, Arihant Bajaj and Tejashree Karande, MD Apartment makes a smart use of the space, providing niches and using different heights.
The addition of new storage spaces in an apartment in Paris creates a buffer zone between the living room and the master bedroom, protecting its quietness from the life that animates the rest of the house.
The structure was designed as a conceptualization of the process of grilling food.
Rainbow et le Bosquet is the colourful project developed by the Parisian designer in just 80 square metres.
In the interiors of the 15th-century Palazzo delle Pietre, mp2a architetti associati pairs fragments of ancient sculptures, inlaid friezes and capitals with contemporary design pieces.
The division into apartments transforms the bathroom into a junction point that imposes itself for the neat lines and the strength of the colors.
Wick Architecture and Design and LAND Design Studio unveil the second restaurant of the brand, placed in an old four-storey building in California: an outdoor patio serves as connection with the interior and terracotta bricks unify the space.
The temporary restaurant designed by Juskani Alonso Estudio is based on the 1927 science-fiction movie by Fritz Lang: the use of lights and shadows and the reinterpretation of scenographic elements remind the expressionist work.
Customizable coverings and accessories, designed by specialized companies, change the face of the Swedish catalogue, democratizing tailor-made solutions.
The Case-real project imagines a place not only for sleeping, with an interesting use of green tones.
A white box encloses kitchen, bathroom and laundry in a two-storey loft renovated by Nada around the concept of cube.