Archive for the ‘Apartments’ Category
Wednesday, February 1st, 2017
Article source: Philipp Kammerer Architekt
In the project the attic apartment of an apartment house was expanded by an additional room. The apartment is conformed over 2 floors. On the upper floor there are the living-room and the kitchen, on the lower the bedrooms.
Due to the client’s whish that the extension should meet several uses, this expansion was consciously left without precise function.
Image Courtesy © Philipp Kammerer Architekt
Wednesday, February 1st, 2017
Article source: Metropolis Communication
The residence is the first apartment building on the site of the urban renewal program implemented around the station. It is perceived as a flagship project, intended to strengthen the town’s identity. Outlines, scales, volumes and materials, defined in particular during the studies carried out for this “pilot” building project, enabled the definition of urban rules that will shape future projects all around it. It is a compact building where the work on the composition of volumes made it possible to integrate it into the loose urban fabric while simultaneously restructuring the latter. The complex composition of the façades is rendered visible across the entire length of the building through the differentiation of volumes, setbacks and materials. The prow black enameled brick marks the corner of the two future streets. Splitting the two volumes creates a more diverse morphology in the existing cityscape, while also marking the linear rhythm of the façades through fractures of several stories and top floor setbacks creating a greater sense of lightness.
Image Courtesy © 11h45
- Architects: ITAR architectures
- Project: Student Residence 179 rooms
- Location: La Verrière, France (78)
- Photography: 11h45
- Project Management: Linkcity, Buyer, Efidis
- General contractor and Engineering firm: Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France – Habitat social
- 4 875 m² floor area
- 3 476 m² gross surface area
- Cost: 7,6 M€ excluding VAT
- Permit obtained: August 2014
- Construction launch: December 2014
- Completion: July 2016
Tuesday, January 31st, 2017
Article source: Li Yizhong Interior Design
The design objective in creating this Shantou Park Lane Manor III was inspired by British style, mixing modern and metropolis design, combining Asian-inspired art with contemporary design to create a truly unique and elegant space.
The project is comprised of an open floor plan including a spacious living room, dining room and bar area, master suite, guest suite, two children’s rooms and a large outdoor space.
Image Courtesy © Li Yizhong Interior Design
- Architects: Li Yizhong Interior Design (Helen Lee)
- Project: Shantou Park Lane Manor III
- Location: Shantou, Guangdong Province, China
- Project Team: Li Yizhong, Fan Yihua, Xiong Can, Yu Xia, Ye Zenghui, Xiao Yikun, Hu Peng
- Service: Interior Design and Consulting Service
- Materials: Brown Marble, Grey Stone, Elegant Brown Marble, White Galaxy Marble, Masa Grey Marble, Snow White Marble, Wallcloth, Leather and Hard Fabric, Wallcloth and Hard Fabric, Wooden Flooring, Wood Finish, Baking Varnish Glass, Black Mirror, Copper Wire Drawing of Stainless Steel and Dark Wire Drawing of Stainless Steel
- Area: 250 square meters
Friday, January 27th, 2017
Article source: Robert Kolenik
Kolenik creates multifunctional luxury apartment in Amsterdam.
‘A typical Amsterdam apartment’ is how the interior designer Robert Kolenik describes this apartment in Amsterdam city centre, which comprises the upper three floors of a building. Having lived and worked abroad for years, the owner asked Kolenik to come up with an interior design for his apartment. ‘Homes in the city centre are limited in terms of size’, the designer explains, ‘so the challenge is to create functional space that retains a luxurious, homely feel.’
Image Courtesy © Robert Kolenik
- Architects: Robert Kolenik
- Project: Apartment Amsterdam
- Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
Wednesday, January 25th, 2017
Article source: Paula Martins Arquitetura, Interiores e Detalhamento
This old four bedroom apartment has been completely remodelled according to the wishes of a family with two kids who enjoy entertaining friends in an informal atmosphere. To accomplish this family had one wall in the kitchen area demolished, and to make it easier to maintain covered most of the others in wallpaper. Wooden pieces of furniture in the living room provide an air of cosiness to the property, and the coffee table was specially made out of a unique wooden tree trunk, bringing some rusticity to the room. The wallpaper used in the kitchen, in a citric green stripe pattern, adds a nice contrast to the neutral colours in the other rooms. A mirror was placed on one of the walls in order to create the illusion of a bigger kitchen. Glass sliding doors add a sense of privacy when necessary.
Image Courtesy © Pablo Nicolas
Tuesday, January 24th, 2017
Article source: Paula Martins Arquitetura
Located in a very nice area in the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, this 260 square meter apartment has a complete view of the Guanabara’s Bay. It was purchased by a young couple and fully remodelled according to their wishes and desires. The interior was conceived to create a pleasant atmosphere, in accordance to the owners’ style. The new finishes and pieces of furniture are mostly white and their elegant and contemporary look adorn the room. The BWW apartment is a project that is considerate of the couple’s gatherings during the weekends. It would be perfect for anyone looking to create new dishes and to watch movies with family and friends. In order to make room for those activities, one of the bedrooms was demolished so that the living room could be enlarged. Since the owners also needed a spacious kitchen, it was removed one of its walls to make room for a black quartz table which plays a central role in the room.
Image Courtesy © Pablo Nicolas
Sunday, January 22nd, 2017
Article source: Bean Buro
Bean Buro has designed a 1,485sqft (138sqm) apartment for a young family of four in the south side of Hong Kong Island. Unchanged since the early 1990’s, the apartment featured closed off rooms accessed by a long corridor, and large windows looking over the ocean.
Retreating from Hong Kong’s busy lifestyle, the apartment’s entrance is a semi-enclosed foyer which marks the threshold between inside and outside.
Designed with a comfortable seat, playful hooks and concealed shoes and coat cabinet, it allows for a moment of pause and appreciation of the home.
Image Courtesy © Bean Buro
- Architects: Bean Buro
- Project: Residential – Disappearing Corridor
- Location: Hong Kong, China
- Design directors: Kenny Kinugasa-Tsui, Lorène Faure
- Architectural designers & assistants: Pauline Paradis, Tommy Hui, Michelle Ho.
- Contractor: R&C Engineering Co. Ltd
Thursday, January 19th, 2017
Article source: Marty Chou Architecture
This project is about designing a home for a young couple, their dog, and future child within a 70 M2 interior space, and how to make space within such a limited condition to create an unique living experience.
Image Courtesy © Kyle Yu Photo Studio
- Architects: Marty Chou Architecture
- Project: KT Apartment
- Location: Taipei, Taiwan
- Photography: Kyle Yu Photo Studio
- Area: 70 M2
- Year: 2015‐2016
Thursday, January 19th, 2017
Article source: VOLEVA Arquitectos
Pirineos 125 is a department building that answers to the neediness of households in Mexico City. The project maximizes all the areas reducing the circulations and giving the priority to the living spaces. The building is spread in four levels, has eleven departments and a roof garden. The departments, with 67 m2, have two bedrooms with bathrooms, living-dining room and kitchen. The design provides natural light to all the rooms and the curtain wall facade creates a shadow play through the living room.
Image Courtesy © VOLEVA Arquitectos
- Architects: VOLEVA Arquitectos
- Project: Pirineos 125
- Location: Mexico City
- Software used: Autodesk Revit, Autocad, and Photoshop
Wednesday, January 18th, 2017
Article source: v2com
This semi-rural/semi-urban new alternative development of 30 hectares is located in the governorate of Manouba on a hill near the Medjerda river on the South West edge of Jedeida city limits. Its eco-friendly planning design preserves and utilizes an existing olive grove estate, by placing small individual pavilions for collective housing and service facilities within its 4 475 existing salvaged olive trees and by planting tall sized trees plus a wild botanical garden for more local bio-diversity.
Social Housing Unit with Cultural Center on the ground floor and on the roof top, Image Courtesy © Abderhrrahman Ezzine
- Architects: Philippe Barriere Collective (PB+Co)
- Project: Social Housing “Colline aux Oliviers”
- Location: La colline aux Oliviers, City of Jedaida Governorat of Manouba, Tunis, Tunisia
- Graphic Artist: Ezzine Abderrahmen
- Engineering Software: RhinoVAULT – Designing funicular form in Rhinoceros (Block Research Group BRG)
- Client: Tunisian republic, Governorat of Manouba, Delegation of Jedaida
- Team: Philippe Barriere Collective (PB+Co), Adnen Ben Tanfous (Associate Partner), Vicky Tessier, Azza Mezghani, Aboudou Azize Olawolé Marcos, Ibrahim Tameur Abbassi, Tania Paula Garza, Lucie Riedweg, Yosri Boukadida, Wael Ben Mansour
- Real estate development company: Le Mont Fleury Groupe Bayahi
- Engineer: Tarek Ghorbel, Structural Engineer, SOGEP Batiment, Tunisia
- Date: 2016-2017