Mon, September 15, 2014

Industrial Apartment in Kiev // Olga Akulova


Olga Akulova DESIGN team started to work on their client Svitlana’s apartment interior in 2012. Designers remoulded non load bearing walls and created a new apertment space. They transformed the area into several zones separetwd by sliding doors (Rimadesio), a stone island (Modulnova) and unaltered, industrial concreate columns. The main idea for the interior was to be close to KENZO style home details.

Sun, September 14, 2014

Segenhoe Suite Interior // Luchetti Krelle


The suite for a prominent Hunter Valley stud farm within the new Randwick Racecourse celebrates a luxury level associated with “The Big Race Day”. It’s effectively an urban escape with a wonderful sense of occasion fuelled by the exuberant colour and patterns of jockey uniforms, lamps inspired by lady’s hats and strap buckle carpeting!

Gordon Street Garage // Foolscap Studio


Based on the ideal of an Italian garage, where tomato passata making occurs, fresh pasta is hung to dry and home made wine is stored, Gordon Street Garage provides warmth and energy to a sleepy industrial area of West Perth. Formally a mechanics shop, this Nonna’s kitchen style fit out is taking Perth by storm.

Sat, September 13, 2014

A.BAKER Restaurant Interior // DesignOffice


A. BAKER is designed to exist over two levels within the newly refurbished heritage listed building. Raw and confident, the design of A. BAKER seeks to weave a connection between the fabric of the existing building and the artisanal crafts of bread-making, coffee- making, cooking and bartending.

St. Pancras International in London // Christopher Jenner


The Ticket Hall for The Eurostar at St Pancras International embraces the age old discourse between English and French culture in favour of their shared artistic values. Art Nouveau and Victorian Gothic design principles are expressed through a narrative of craft, heralding a return to the Golden Age of travel.

Central London Flat // VW+BS Architecture & Design


This central London flat belongs to an extended family of several generations from South East Asia, who regularly visit London for work and pleasure. It could be used by two families staying for a two week holiday or just two adults in London for a few days of work. Therefore the goal was to create as flexible a space as possible that could accommodate a variety of functions, and be simple in design.

Tue, February 25, 2014

Drummonds Showcase // Christopher Jenner


Heralding the start of a creative collaboration, this beautifully crafted environment showcases Drummonds handmade bathroom collections in an emotive departure from conventional showroom design. The space is an elemental narrative of form and materials, devised to demonstrate the artisanal,handmade heritage that lies at the heart of Drummonds craft process.

Fri, June 21, 2013

Les Bébés Cupcakery // JC Architecture


Les Bébés Cupcakery is a concept bakery shop situated in Taipei, Taiwan. Interior was designed by JC Architecture and carries out elegance, purity and simplicity. Minimalist approach with spicy yellow accents follows the concept of visual temptation.

‘White Sanctuary’ – Lovely Swedish Apartment


Welcome to a dream apartment from the last century which was lovingly and tastefully renovated, down to the smallest detail. The building was built in 1904 and much of the original charm of the last century is preserved in the form of 2.85 foot ceilings, beautiful roof with a clean stucco, ceiling rose, fine profiled moldings, deep window niches and mirrored doors. Airy atmosphere was added with white colour palette created and Scandinavian style interior.

Delbôve Flagship Store // Christophe Remy


​Christophe Remy created an elegant interior design for the Delbôve boutique in Brussels. Delbôve is a high-end cosmetics line with long history. It was recently re-launched by Gina d’Alsembourg who delegated the overall concept, from graphic design to packaging and shop interior to art director Christophe Remy.

Burma Jewelry Boutique in Paris // ATELIER DU PONT


The front of the Burma boutique in Rue de la Paix is decked out in black and glass. The exterior and interior spaces attract and interact via a facade that takes its inspiration from the portrait gallery. The jewelry in the shop window is exhibited in hanging elliptical display cases that almost seem to float in the air; the back of the cases is reminiscent of a hand-held mirror. This display provides a bold and unusual introduction to the store.

Wed, June 19, 2013

Electric Restaurant // Mathieu Lehanneur and Ana Moussinet


Electric, the new cultural platform in Paris, is already an event in itself: a 1,000 m2 penthouse in which the designer has devised a canopy of sound suspended between heaven and earth, monumental electrical braids emerging like pitch black trees. Impressive by day, magical by night, Electric is a venue which never sleeps.

Mon, May 6, 2013

Forum Limbach – House on the House // Looping Architecture


Old farm houses tell stories, style and choice of material disclose what was erected when and for what purpose. In Limbach, a farmyard was expanded by an architecturally exciting chapter; the annex serves as a discussion forum and venue. On top sits the upper storey as “house on the house” with the principal’s private rooms. The new building, fitted into the historically grown farmyard structure, closes the rural square edifice and at the same time opens up the previously enclosed inner yard. This apparently contradictory double function is made possible by the building’s clever horizontal bisection.

Mon, April 29, 2013

The Survey Co Restaurant in Brisbane // Richards & Spence


The Survey Co Restaurant in Brisbane was completed last year by architecture firm Richards & Spence formed by Ingrid Richards and Adrian Spence. Interiors feature a raw, organic palette of cork, timber, brass and steel that works beautifully with the rough brick of the original walls. Lighting drops over tables through cylinders of copper piping.

Villa Bloemendaal // i29 | interior architects


Close to Bloemendaal, on the edge of the Kennemer dunes, the site of Villa Bloemendaal is situated. A sustainable home that follows a minimalistic design and shows respect for man and nature alike, in a unique residential area where the existing flora and fauna are given full rein.

Fri, April 26, 2013

Splash Laudromat in Barcelona // Frederic Perers


Interior designer Frederic Perers and graphic designer Gemma Alberich have selected steel as the vertical surface element in the area of washing machines and dryers, which disappear under it. The orange tone, everywhere, reflects in the steel and serves as a warm counter element to the coldness of the metal. The remaining areas are treated with neutral elements: shiny white tiles – commonly used in spaces with water, light coloured floor and a false ceiling made with black vertical plates.

Thu, April 25, 2013

Papiota Bar in Bucharest // Corvin Cristian & Vlad Vieru


Papiota (the Spool) is a tailor shop ‘themed’ bar, the third in a series inspired by the trades specific for Lipscani area which used to be the commercial center of Bucharest. Nowadays all the small shops are swept away by bars an clubs. Papiota has a 60’s touch, the period when this kind of shops flourished.

Noxx Room Club // Pinkeye


Covering 230 square metres in origami art might sound absurd at first, but this Japanese art form is what inspired Pinkeye’s somewhat stroboscopic design. The designers wrapped, twisted and folded the walls, floors and lighting into myriad physical and optical layers that invade the space.

Montauk Lake House // Robert Young Architect


Designed to accommodate a growing family and close friends, this lake-front compound includes a 4,500-square-foot main house with 50-foot lap pool, an 1800-square-foot three-bedroom guest house, and a barn. An aggregate of smaller, informal living spaces carefully composed to disguise the bulk of the building and create a variety of views and experiences, each structure centers on a great room open to the northern water views and the southern sun and breezes.

Apartment in the Center Of Kiev // Olga Akulova


Ukrainian architect Olga Akulova transformed a typical apartment in the centre of Kyiv into a contemporary project. Now the apartment approximately 80 m² has a Scandinavian atmosphere and Italian taste. Architect has extensive experience of working in old buildings in Ukraine’s beautiful but often-unforgiving architecture. There are two floors: the top providing access and holding a private suite for the owner (bedroom, bathroom), and the lower level offering large open-plan space including a living room – the true heart of the interior, the first room you enter and also kitchen. To design a comfortable and cozy space Olga Akulova decided to use mix of warm and cold color palette, best pieces of Italian furniture and some paintings from the owner collection.

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