The club of Lynk & Co is first and foremost a place to go for a coffee. We did so with CEO Alain Visser, who talks about the unexpected success of the company in Italy, the importance of taking a stand, and the sustainable brands featured on display.
Contemporary eclecticism, a hotel in Berlin
A boutique hotel interior participates in the renovation of a historic building, recalling the “belle époque” of the German capital in an experience that avoids vintage clichés.
PuntoZero Architetti redefines the identity of an apartment in Rome, combining existing classical elements with the liveliness of a contemporary space.
The Italian novelist’s house in Vecchiano was a two-story building with books reaching to the ceiling: but in his search for the perfect place to work, Andrea Bajani remembers that Tabucchi preferred the kitchen table, among the crumbs from dinner.
On the fourth floor of a railing house, Paradisiartificiali renovates a 36 sqm, creating evocative spaces with strong stage representation, amid chicken feathers and American abstractionism.
Italian-Finnish firm Collaboratorio reshapes the spaces of a former office in the city’s historic centre around a wooden volume that discloses a new bedroom
Studio Raumus renovated the interior of an urban Minka in Okayama by shaping discreet spaces, while maintaining the pre-existing features.
A two-storey house near the airport became for three years a shelter where one could see the world from above, the only place where it was possible to disappear and live together.
Before he passed away in the summer of last year, the Milanese architect worked on the Giustini / Stagetti gallery by relying on three fundamentals: materials, light and geometry. A small space where design is architecture, and vice versa.
Right at the heart of the city, the Italian luxury brand’s space wants to break up with the conventional showroom typology aiming at an all new level of experience and customization.
PAT. studio experiments with visual experience and looks to art to renovate the spaces of a law firm deconstructing a rigorous existing layout through solids and color units.
Object Architecten transforms agricultural buildings into two dwellings – one of which serves as a care home: the studio enhances the existing rural buildings by adding a new glazed environment.
The design by Valentino Architects enhances a historic building by proposing different colours for the various levels: pre-existing and new elements come together to form spaces with clean shapes.
Face to face with the great photo editor, in the home for years shared with her late husband, the great architectural photographer Gabriele Basilico, who designed it with Antonio Citterio.