Designing 200 m² apartment flat within 38. Cadde project, Gonye Proje Tasarim enriched a modern design line with the choice of materials and fine details by giving priority to the visual design richness along the functions.
Upon the information obtained from the homeowner that hosting guests at home is still a frequent practice in Anatolia in comparison with big cities, the entrance areas have been kept relatively spacious and special cloakrooms and cupboards were designed where shoes and clothings can be stored in a practical manner. The kitchen and living doors opening to the entranceway were specially customized for the project in a way that it slides in the wall in order to avoid loss of space, featuring a complementary wood-coated panel and mirror sideboard.
Casa de la Brisa is a holiday house situated in a typical village of the Costa Brava, Spain. The strong, expressive volume is anchored on a plot with steep slopes that offer views onto the bay and the open sea.
The client wanted a flexible house that offers him privacy but equally celebrates the unique views of the plot.
The property was on a low hill, and the client wanted the brand new residence in the familiar environment. The east side was a steep slope with the open front, and his top priority was the “dwelling space with the living room with the extensive view where he can spend the extraordinary life.” The client was well aware of my design style to details, and was convinced that “the dwelling space of my wish and your style resonate each other.”
The goal was to transform this dark beaten down apartment into a welcoming flat for visitors from around the world.
Our Role: Interior design project, Project management, construction supervision, furniture & textile selection & purchase, selection & renovation of antic furniture, design of made to measure furniture exclusive for the project.
– In the center of the flat was a long, dark and kind of spooky corridor that would bring us to many closed dark rooms: 4 bedrooms, 2 tinny bathrooms, 1 wardroom, 1 kitchen, 1 living room and 1 dinning room. 2 patios that would give a bit of light, one at the end and one in the center, and 2 large windows in the living area looking on Napoles street. (See pics of before construction). Traditional Catalan architecture of the Eixample neighborhood: Long flats with little natural light.
Wave is a new generation log home manufactured by Polar Life Haus, a Finnish wooden house manufacturing company. Designed by Finnish architect Seppo Mäntylä, Wave is combination of solid wooden constructions in Finnish spruce, glass and steel. The unique curving shape of the house was inspired by the design of boats and airplanes. The gross built area of the house is 260 m2.
The future owners were captivated by this completely glazed, brightly lit space, with Mount Royal as its backdrop, its immense terrace stretching from east to west and a wealth of services close at hand. Located in a 40-floor tower that had been completed just months before, the apartment was still a concrete shell. But it was long and narrow, a layout that did not suit the clients’ needs, so they turned to the Desjardins Bherer team for assistance. The firm reimagined the configuration and layout in order to integrate three bedrooms and a study.
The essence of the space has been completely transformed by the project of this 120 square meters apartment which was previously charcterized by narrow and dark rooms.
The lighting design emphasises the main architectural elements, while giving depth and continuity to the several functional areas. The big sliding walls that separate the different rooms allow a flexible use of space, depending on the clients’ changing needs.
noa* (network of architecture) converted four existing dwellings into new apartments, characterized particularly by the interplay of old and new. “Very stylish apartment in a very central location where you can feel at home.”- guest from Switzerland (booking.com)
The „Yellow leg“ apartment building is located in Šnipiškės neighborhood, on the side of Vilnius city center. The building is on a 1697m2 lot, with its footprint occupying 707m2. The area is a perfect combination of living in an affordable area that has less crowded surroundings than city center, and being able to enjoy all the things that city center has to offer within reach.
Due to the apartment’s close proximity to Tel-Aviv’s HaTzuk Beach with its view of the glistening ocean in the horizon, it was only natural that I design the space of this unique apartment located in a luxury apartment building, using the wide-ranging possibilities of a blue color palette.