Category Archives: Interiors

Café extension for the National Museum of Australia by ARM Architecture

By : Dennis Franklin | 27 Jun 2014 9:17 am | Restaurants & Bars

The National Museum of Australia added a new café extension to connect the main museum and the Burley Griffin Lake. The project features a design created by the ARM Architecture practice and it takes its inspiration from the Boolean string used in the museum to give shape to a dining space sweeping outside the lake. The project spreads over a surface of 180 square meters with a commercial kitchen that can cater the needs of up to 400 people which…

Hegel Apartment by Arquitectura en Movimiento Workshop

By : Dennis Franklin | 27 Jun 2014 9:11 am | Apartments

Located on Hegel Street in Polanco, Mexico City, Mexico, this apartment was designed by the Arquitectura en Movimiento Workshop to represent the lifestyle of the inhabitant. The project spreads over a surface of 90 square meters and it used to belong to a grandmother after whom it was inherited by a young graphic designer who commissioned the project to the designers after cleaning the carpets and ceilings to leave a simple concrete surface. The polished concrete is visible through the…

Flamingo Shanghai by Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu

By : Dennis Franklin | 25 Jun 2014 5:19 pm | Offices

Flamingo Shanghai is an insight and strategy consultancy firm founded in 2009 with offices in London, Mumbai, New York, Singapore and Toyko and they commissioned the Chinese architects Lyndon Neri and Rossana Hu to convert an industrial building in Shanghai into an attic office space. The wooden volumes create a modern contrast with raw concrete fittings and the pitched roofs ensure abundant natural light inside for the meeting rooms. The main concept was to create a “space of quiet and…

Linx Hotel International Airport Galeão by OSPA Arquitetura e Urbanismo

By : Dennis Franklin | 25 Jun 2014 5:16 pm | Hotels & Spas

The Linx Hotel International Airport Galeao in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil was designed by the practice of OSPA Arquitetura e Urbanismo in 2013 near the Antonio Carlos Jobim International Airport to attract tourists, business people and persons in transit. The hotel has two separate buildings to host the social areas and services in a separate volume from the apartments and they are connected through a walkway on the first two floors. The proximity to the airport imposed some height limitations…

Paris Apartment by Antoni Associates

By : Dennis Franklin | 24 Jun 2014 5:25 pm | Apartments

The Paris Apartment spreads over an entire floor of a historical building in the sixteenth district of Paris and it features a design created by the Antoni Associates architectural practice in 2008 which combines the undertones of Africa with the romantic aesthetic of the city in which it is located. Entrance to the penthouse is tone through a lower level into a foyer and it gives access to the guest bedroom suite as well as to the double volume library…

Chiswick Green Studio by Syte Architects

By : Dennis Franklin | 24 Jun 2014 5:06 pm | Apartments

The practice of Syte Architects designed the Chiswick Green Studio, refurbishing an existing studio apartment which was converted from a factory building that still remains visible through the interior. The project is located in Chiswick, West London, England and the designers wanted to take advantage of the double height space to maximize the functionality of the home for a young family. The original beams support a new mezzanine level which contains the three bedrooms. To ensure the privacy of the…

Apartment in Dusseldorf by Ando Studio

By : Dennis Franklin | 23 Jun 2014 6:14 pm | Apartments

Ando Studio created the visualization for an apartment in Dusseldorf, Germany which uses neutral tones and a chic contemporary aesthetic to ensure a great ambiance. The project is located in an attic and this reduced the overall living surface but it also made the interior geometry more diverse, increasing the privacy of the inhabitants and letting extra light inside through the sloping windows. The overall white tones of the ceiling, walls and flooring are complemented by darker touches on some…

Stock Coffee by Arhitektura Budjevac

By : Dennis Franklin | 23 Jun 2014 6:10 pm | Restaurants & Bars

Stock Coffee is the name of a café in Nis, Serbia which was designed by the Arhitektura Budjevac practice and it is the first of a future franchise. The designers had to remove the unessential parts of the interior to expose the concrete ceiling, walls, beams and columns so that the areas are visually connected through the open atrium. The layout is created by two L-shaped spaces that are placed one on top of the other with a large wall…

Stylish Penthouse Overlooking Limmat Valley by Dyer-Smith Frey

By : Dennis Franklin | 23 Jun 2014 5:48 pm | Apartments

This penthouse was designed by the Dyer-Smith Frey studio and it is located on the top floor of Hard Turm Park in an upcoming area to the West of Zurich, Switzerland. The project spreads over a surface of 120 square meters and it has a classic penthouse layout with elegant tones and furniture created by the DSF Collection especially for this project. The materials inside combine different types of woods and brass with a petrol blue entrance that gives access…

Graffiti Cafe by Studio Mode

By : Dennis Franklin | 21 Jun 2014 8:38 am | Restaurants & Bars

The Graffiti Café in Varna, Bulgaria was designed in 2011 by Studio Mode who wanted the interior of the project to continue the architecture and its geometry. Spreading over a surface of 300 square meters, the café has two distinct zones to increase the overall functionality, so the front zone integrates with the exterior and acts as a public space, while the rear zone has a separate floor and roof design which reduced the depth of space but maintained the…

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