Since 1935, in the historic Hotel Meira, on the coast of Portugal towards Santiago de Compostela, different guests have been meeting. The need to accommodate this mixture is solved with a project with an archaeological approach.
A house for a doctor in the heart of Milan
The renovation project by casatibuonsante architects, reflects on the capacity of the domestic space to represent the personality and historical memory of those who live there.
Bright and reflective surfaces light up the Milanese cocktail bar renovated by Lissoni Casal Ribeiro, with huge attention to the history and tradition of the brand.
Even more than in films, the settings and in particular the interiors play a key role in television and serial storytelling. And it's even more evident in masterpieces like Breaking Bad, Mad Men or... BoJack Horseman.
It is now for sale after forty years Casa Lautner, the first house designed by John Lautner, Hollywood’s architect.
Thinking of lunar tourism as a futuristic scenario to overcome light pollution, the Spanish studio Wanna designs an installation that turns a capsule into an imaginary observation point to admire the constellations.
Each layer of the house renovated by Kohan Ratto Arquitectos establishes a specific interaction with the courtyard and the city, seeking different degrees of intimacy with the urban landscape.
A daring renovation in Bilbao fits seamlessly into the original elements of a 1960s apartment, making the combination of pink and red the starting point for a more joyful layout.
The house designed by Sergey Makhno for his family in Ukraine is a stratification of materials, a wunderkammer made of objects and textures where each room is a world of its own.
Leo Lionni recounts the visit to the painter's house with a sequence of words and images that seem to capture the transformation of the surroundings into works of art.
Cadaval & Solà-Morales recover the spatial and constructive values of an old theatre to adapt its scenic essence to a home and work use.
Studio Pietro Airoldi intervenes in a small apartment on the island of Ortigia. Finding a balance between local decorative tradition and custom-made furniture that invite to a calibrated use of space.
Designed by studio mtka (murayama + kato architecture), the structure envelops the living area, defining new spaces at 1.80 meters height.
Flooded with the zenithal light of a skylight, a workshop in Buenos Aires updates its mission through the design of an equipped mezzanine that becomes an infrastructure for research, production and social activities.
Volpini’s villa in Urbino, Italy, was designed by Superstudio in the ‘70s and is now for sale for 600.000 euros – but it’s not the same as before.