Category Archives: Interiors

NÜBA Restaurant – Club by Emmanuel Picault + Ludwig Godefroy + Nicolas Sisto

By : Dennis Franklin | 10 Mar 2014 9:21 am | Restaurants & Bars

Located on 36 Quai d’Austerlitz in Paris, France, the NUBA Restaurant and club offers an elegant interior with a daring geometry created by the Franco-Mexican architects Emmanuel Picault, Ludwig Godefroy and Nicolas Sisto. The restaurant is in the center of the city and it offers 1400 square meters of space next to the Seine River. The designers explain how the project came into being with the owner of Le Baron giving a party in Mexico City and encountering the team…

Attic Apartment in Stockholm

By : Dennis Franklin | 10 Mar 2014 9:07 am | Apartments

This attic apartment is located in a great spot in Stockholm, Sweden next to the Humelgardens greenery and in the Stutureplan assortment built in 1882. The attic apartment was designed in 2008 and is located on the fifth floor of the building with a surface of 87 square meters that include a large balcony. The interior aesthetic is a combination of rustic and contemporary elements with a simplicity that is quite usual in the Scandinavian design. The living area contains…

Casadelmar Hotel by Jean-François Bodin

By : Dennis Franklin | 8 Mar 2014 1:32 pm | Hotels & Spas

Located in Porto-Vecchio, France the Casadelmar Hotel was designed by the architect Jean-Francois Bodin offering beautiful beaches with a mountain backdrop on the Palombaggia road. The design of the hotel tries to blend into the natural environment and it extends over two hectares of terraced landscaped gardens with umbrella pines to protect from the strong sun and allow you to relax in the middle of nature. The lobby of the hotel is filled with light due to the large windows…

Crawford Attic Writing Room by PARA-project

By : Dennis Franklin | 8 Mar 2014 1:23 pm | Interiors

The PARA-project architectural practice transformed an attic into a bright writing room and guest space called the Crawford Attic Writing Room and it is located in Syracuse, New York, USA. The space was developed for a couple requiring extra space for the storage of their book collection as well as a room where they could do their writing and bookbinding work. The project contains several distinct areas into a single room with a central circulation route to take advantage of…

Altus by Edwards Moore

By : Dennis Franklin | 8 Mar 2014 1:20 pm | Offices

The architect Edwards Moore refurbished the offices for the Altus law firm in Melbourne, Australia and the new design offers a dynamic and elegant office space which encourages collaboration and exchange of ideas while also maintaining the privacy needed in this field of work. The entire space was emptied and the partition walls have been removed to create a main circulation path that extends through the entire length of space and this maximizes the surface area to allow easy transition…

Loft MM by A.C. ARCHITECTS

By : Dennis Franklin | 8 Mar 2014 1:04 pm | Apartments

The practice of A.C. Architects designed the Loft MM in 2012 and it is located in Bilzen, Belgium on the ground floor of a former storage space and garage that was transformed into a small loft. The apartment is in a historic shophouse that was converted into an apartment building during the early 1990s and the interior is comprised of a succession of spaces beginning with the living room, dining area, a hallway that leads to the kitchen and to…

Minimalist Swedish Two-Level Apartment by ConceptHome

By : Dennis Franklin | 7 Mar 2014 3:29 pm | Apartments

The ConceptHome studio designed this elegant Scandinavian duplex in Sweden with a modern ambiance and a lot of interesting features such as the fireplace made of natural stone which is the heart of the entire apartment. The interior spreads over two floors and it has high ceilings to allow a double height living area with a beautiful view of the surroundings. Large windows frame the neighborhood and the living area integrates the kitchen and dining room with the large fireplace…

The Transformer Apartment by Noroof Architects

By : Dennis Franklin | 7 Mar 2014 3:14 pm | Apartments

The lack of space forces the designers to find alternative solutions for storage to increase the functionality of the apartments and this loft in New York was definitely a challenge for the designers Margarita McGrath and Scott Oliver from the Noroof Architects practice. The entire apartment has a surface of 640 square feet and the rooms are narrow. This forced the designers to come up with solutions to ensure the loft had all the necessary amenities and was flexible enough. The…

Sense Hotel by Lazzarini Pickering Architetti

By : Dennis Franklin | 5 Mar 2014 6:33 pm | Hotels & Spas

The Sense Hotel located on the Tsar Osvoboditel Boulevard in Sofia, Bulgaria is a contemporary refurbishment of a historical building done by the Lazzarini Pickering Architetti practice to create a dialogue with the surroundings while also offering an innovative design. The base of the hotel is the only area where stone is the predominant material and it is the element that connects the structure to the neighboring buildings. The rest of the façade is truly contemporary in style with a…

Aēsop Kawaramachi Store by Torafu Architects

By : Dennis Franklin | 5 Mar 2014 6:18 pm | Stores / Showrooms

The Australian skin care brand Aesop opened a new store in the central shopping district of Kawaramachi in Kyoto, Japan and it features a design done by the Torafu Architects practice with exposed concrete and irregular wall surfaces preserved from the original structure and integrated into the new project. The space is spread over two levels with a total surface of 86 square meters and it hosts a retail area and a small lounge at the ground floor while the…

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