Archive for the ‘Flats’ Category
Thursday, January 12th, 2017
Article source: Luigi Rosselli Architects
Equivalent to the brownstones of New York, this interwar duplex is a humane scale solution to housing in the Sydney city fringes.
Shoulder to shoulder with other apartment buildings, the original 1920s two-storey flats were transformed into a four storey block with a basement carpark and cellar, a ground floor garden apartment and a two-storey penthouse.
The scissor balconies of the back elevation are angled to offer side views while maintaining the building’s rear alignment with the neighbouring properties. The Council thought but resisted the tempation to emacitate the elevation by cutting it back to a flat façade. Sydney City Council is a design intelligent council, a rare thing in that level of authority, Image Courtesy © Edward Birch
Friday, December 16th, 2016
Article source: GAO architects
A show flat in the new modern complex Situla, situated next to the main train station in Ljubljana, the capital city of Slovenia, designed by GAO architects.
Gao architects designed the interior of the flat, based upon a story of living an urban, dynamic and creative life in the core of the city. We associated the urban lyrics, colourfulness and liveliness of the passing trains with a sort of rough design of certain lofts which can imitate the modern way of living with its fusion of different decorative elements. They can reflect a very artistic way of living due to the choice of materials.
Image Courtesy © Miran Kambic
- Architects: GAO architects
- Project: A show flat in the new modern complex Situla
- Location: Ljubljana, Slovenia
- Photography: Miran Kambic
- Client: Tridana
- Apartment layout: 143.47 m2
- Atrium layout: 52.53 m2
- Completed: january 2014
Thursday, October 6th, 2016
Article source: Edgley Design
Godson Street is a new-build 1,015 sq m mixed-use development in Islington, central London. It is the result of a Community Joint Venture, set up by three partner groups who were neighbours of the vacant brownfield site and came together to purchase the site and develop it in partnership.
Image Courtesy © Edgley Design
Friday, September 16th, 2016
Article source: brandt + simon Architekten
A large Berlin block of flats in Bötzow district, built in 1905, with a representative front building, side wing and rear wing was extensively refurbished in a partially inhabited state.
The originally rich stucco facade of the front building had mostly dropped off and the remaining elements were irredeemably dilapidated.
Image Courtesy © brandt + simon architekten
- Architects: brandt + simon Architekten
- Project: Deckweiß – Refurbishment and new build attic of a block of flats
- Location: Berlin, Germany
- Planning of structural framework: Dr.-Ing Christian Müller, Frank Niehues
- Work stages: 1-9
- Gross floor space: 4400 m2
- Living space: 3030 m2
- Construction phase 1: 2001/2002
- Construction phase 2: 2011 – 2013
- Completion: 2013
Friday, November 20th, 2015
Article source: Agence Philippe Fichet
The structure of the accommodation of Chartres is composed of 80 small flats and located within the Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCI) of the Eure-et-Loir department. It provides full service to students either on trainings or attending apprenticeships.
Image Courtesy © Agence Philippe Fichet
- Architects: Agence Philippe Fichet
- Project: Résidence étudiante à Chartres
- Location: Chartres, France
- Software used: Autocad, Sketchup
Wednesday, November 4th, 2015
Article source: AART architects
Musholm is located at the beautiful Danish coastline and pushes the potential of accessible architecture. In fact, it is recognized as one of the world’s most accessible holiday, sports and conference resorts for people with disabilities. The expansion of Musholm is divided into two sections in the form of a new multi-purpose sports hall and a number of new holiday flats. The multi-purpose sports hall is located at the heart of the resort, while the flats are located in its periphery.
Image Courtesy © AART architects
Monday, November 2nd, 2015
Article source: Elii
Complete refurbishment of a flat in the centre of Madrid
The purpose of this project is to renew an old flat in the centre of Madrid to turn it into a transformable space.
The project hinges around two complementary strategies. Firstly, an open space is configured, and the whole programme is grouped and arranged around an L-shaped band on two sides. This band includes the access to the household, the outer façade windows, a folding bed, the storage space, a complete kitchen, a fold-down auxiliary table, access to the bathroom and the washing machine. It optimises the spatial distribution and compacts all the functions so that everyday activities can benefit from as much space as possible, all the while adapting to the geometry of the apartment. Secondly, a fitted screen on one of the sides can be deployed from the wall to create different domestic arrangements, by closing the bedroom, the kitchen or dividing the house into two.
Image Courtesy © Miguel de Guzmán y Rocío Romero
- Architects: Elii, Uriel Fogué, Eva Gil, Carlos Palacios
- Project: Biombombastic
- Location: Madrid, Spain
- Photography: Miguel de Guzmán y Rocío Romero
- Team: Pedro P. García, Alicia García, Ana López, Claire Laborde
- Construction: Dionisio Torralba Construcciones
- Size: 24.90m2
- Date: 2015
Thursday, October 29th, 2015
Article source: TANK ARCHITECTES
The project deals about the rehabilitation of an old flour-mill and an industrial building in lofts along the canal of Roubaix. The structure was in very bad shape, and is now open to let the natural light enlighten the flats.
Image Courtesy © TANK ARCHITECTES
- Architects: TANK ARCHITECTES
- Project: LA MINOTERIE
- Location: Roubaix, North of France
- Collaborating architect: Olivier Camus et Lydéric Veauvy, Lucie VANDENBUNDER
- Engineering Studies: SNC LAVALIN, Antoine Huard de Jorna,
- Budget: 4 M€ HT
- Total Built Area: 4 900m²
- Delivered: 2008
Friday, August 14th, 2015
Article source: Nick Baker Architects
Nick Baker Architects have recently completed a mixed use scheme at 86-88 Delancey Street containing 14 flats, 5x3bed, 4x2bed and 5×1 bed along with 500sqm of office accommodation. The site at 86-88 Delancey Street lies immediately adjacent to the town centre of Camden, next to the Parkway Neighbourhood zone and within the Camden Town Conservation Area.
Image Courtesy © Hamish Park
- Architects: Nick Baker Architects
- Project: Solstice Point
- Location: Camden, London
- Photography: Hamish Park
- Client: J Murphy & Sons Ltd
- Collaborators: Architect Nick Baker Architects
- Area: 2,790M²
- Structural Engineer: TZG Partnership
- Main Contractor: J Murphy & Sons Ltd
Wednesday, August 5th, 2015
Article source: h2o architectes
The commission : a flat for a couple with two children.
The place : last floor of a Haussmanian building; ancient servant’s bedrooms already transformed into a flat.
Image Courtesy © Stéphane Chalmeau
- Architects: h2o architectes
- Project: Arsenal flat
- Location: Paris, France
- Photography: Stéphane Chalmeau
- Program: Housing
- Commissionner: Private
- Construction: Sarl Poluks
- Mission: Complete
- Specificity: Wood furnishings
- Cost of works: 70 000 € TTC
- Date: Spring 2015