Archive for the ‘Interiors’ Category
Friday, September 30th, 2016
Article source: Roselind Wilson Design
Roselind Wilson Design was appointed to refurbish, including interior architecture, interior design and project manage a 2209 square foot, three-bedroom, three-bathroom duplex apartment on the second and third floors of The Bromptons. The brief was to transform the existing apartment into a secondary residence for the client. Marrying the exquisite architectural detail with the interior architecture of the apartment, we ensured it was up to date in terms of technology, whilst clearly reflecting the personality of the client in order to create a space that felt unequivocally like a home away from home.
Image Courtesy © Richard Waite
- Architects: Roselind Wilson Design (Geraldine Wilson)
- Project: The Bromptons
- Location: Chelsea, London, United Kingdom
- Photography: Richard Waite
- Software used: CAD, SketchUp, PhotoShop
- Designer(s): Roselind Wilson Design
- Area: 2209 square foot
Friday, September 2nd, 2016
Article source: ALLARTSDESIGN
The project was designed by REDJEU Saranin Artemy – ALLARTSDESIGN in 2016.
This stylish and bright apartment belongs to a young girl with her daughter. The hostess asked the studio ALLARSTDESIGN after received the keys and it’s the issue of repair. Customer once insisted on the interior – in which everything must be red, slowly and surely, we exclude too much of this color. We added a lot of light metal and textured coatings.
Image Courtesy © Saranin Artemy
- Architects: ALLARTSDESIGN
- Project: REDJEU
- Location: The Urals, Russia
- Photography: Saranin Artemy
- Year: 2016
Tuesday, June 21st, 2016
Article source: Bean Buro
Bean Buro has gutted the internal walls of the three bedrooms apartment of approximately 2,000sqft to transform a dark corridor layout into a light filled open space. The project is located in Cape Mansions Pok Fu Lam, Hong Kong.
Image Courtesy © Bean Buro
- Architects: Bean Buro
- Project: Cabinets of Curiosities
- Location: Cape Mansions, Pok Fu Lam, Hong Kong
Tuesday, April 12th, 2016
Article source: dpai architecture inc.
Originally built in 1836, 169 King Street East is a 3-storey commercial warehouse in the oldest known standing row of buildings in Toronto. The building is most recognized for housing the Daily Leader newspaper, a driving economic force in the mid-to-late 19th Century, and is located in the Moss Park neighbourhood, near St. Lawrence Market and St. James Park. The building proudly represents the district’s architectural typology, having exposed red brickwork, a recessed entrance, and a glazed store front.
Image Courtesy © Revelateur Studio
- Architects: dpai architecture inc.
- Project: kg&a Studio
- Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
- Photography: Revelateur Studio
- Interiors: dpai architecture inc. (Hamilton)
- Contractor: Karl Zakss, Zakss Worx (Toronto)
- Client: kg&a
- Area of renovation: 2000 sf
- Status: Completed Winter 2016
- Total Budget: Withheld by request
Sunday, April 3rd, 2016
Article source: Moltefacce srl
Moltefacce designed the interiors of this great japanese restaurant based in Cesena, Italy, in the summer of 2016.
The Butterfly restaurant is quite familiar and comfortable: wood and LED lights give it its distinctive look.
Considering its sparkling and quite refined target, weneed to design a space that affects the clientele at the first sight, even if counting over 100 seats.
Image Courtesy © Patrizia Franzese
- Architects: Moltefacce srl, Giovanni Paletta
- Project: Butterfly Japanese Restaurant
- Location: Cesena, Italy
- Photography: Patrizia Franzese
- Year: 2016
Thursday, March 31st, 2016
Article source: ARCHETONIC
Natural light was the top design priority for SENS: it defined the façade design, and the floor –to – ceiling glazing, and from half way up light can enter the interiors, framing the majestic views on to the Popocatépetl, Iztaccihuatl, Santa Fe, Inter lomas and Paseo de la Reforma—views deserving pride of place.
Image Courtesy © Rafael Gamo, Aldo Moreno
- Architects: ARCHETONIC
- Project: SENS
- Location: Mexico City, Mexico
- Photography: Rafael Gamo, Aldo Moreno
- Architectural Project: Jacobo Micha Mizrahi
- Design: Ernesto RossellZanotelli, Alejandro Rabiela Salinas, Jaime Micha Balas
- Build team: Moises Achar Amkie, Jack AmkieHarari, Rodolfo Rubio Ávila, Juan Carlos Rodríguez Díaz
- Construction: Archetonic + Proarquitectura
- Area: 371,354 sq ft.
- Year: 2010
- Status: Built
Sunday, March 27th, 2016
Article source: Y A O
East London architecture studio Y A O has designed a bubble tea shop which features an architectural optical illusion.
Commissioned by Milk Tea & Pearl, the brief was simple – to provide a refreshing, memorable interior. The shop is located at Boxpark, a temporary shopping centre made from cargo containers, in the London borough of Hackney.
Image Courtesy © Y A O
- Architects: Y A O
- Project: Milk Tea & Pearl Boxpark
- Location: London, England
- Team: Yaojen Chuang (Project Architect), Alberto Torres Hernandez (Artist), Odel Jeffries (Joinery), Joseph Waller Fabrications (Fabrications), Sam Mitchell (Fit-out)
- Lead Designer: Y A O
- Size: 28 sqm
- Construction cost: Undisclosed
Sunday, March 27th, 2016
Article source: RIGIdesign
One Idea is a chain brand for homeware.
One Idea is a newly-established brand, the client consigns Rigidesign to conduct pre-research into the relevant industry and set up the brand through SI & VI. Through its analysis on the new social demands, integration in demand and channel, Rigidesign determines the brand as provision of life experience, a diversified platform to satisfy consumer’s demand of social role and life experience.
Image Courtesy © Jack Wen
- Architects: RIGIdesign
- Project: One Idea Outlet
- Location: Shanghai, China
- Photography: Jack Wen
- Designer: Kai Liu
- Area: 200 m2
- DesignTime: 2013
- Completion Time: 2014/1
Sunday, March 20th, 2016
Article source: Robot3 Design
This project is located at the east side of Beijing Jing Yuan Arts Center. The owner wants to turn the first and second floors of the office building into a “free Café” where customers can stay and communicate freely. Because the first Ban Shan café is located at the foot of Fragrant Hills of Beijing, so this café downtown could smell the “hills” as well.
Image Courtesy © Xi-Xun Deng
- Architects: Robot3 Design
- Project: Ban Shan Café
- Location: Beijing, China
- Photography: Xi-Xun Deng
- Designers: Fei Pan, Zhi-Bang Shao, Xiao-Han Li
- Area: 600m2
- Completion time: 2015 /08
Sunday, March 6th, 2016
Article source: Ofist
The flat is on the fourth floor of Hamit Bey Apartment building which was designed by the architect Apostol Mavrodoglu a century ago and it is located on Gumussuyu Street in Taksim, Istanbul.
Image Courtesy © Ali Bekman
- Architects: Ofist, YaseminArpac, Sebahattin Emir
- Project: Bell House
- Location: Gumussuyu, Taksim, Istanbul, Turkey
- Photography: Ali Bekman
- Project Coordinator: GoksenGungor
- Total Construction Area: 160m2
- Project Date: 2014