Archive for the ‘Interiors’ Category
Tuesday, December 3rd, 2013
Article source: Gemelli Design
The basic concept of this space is based on the wishes of an artist: “I need Colors, Colors and Colors”. She believes that the colors can improve her life. The Colors in this little room affect both body and soul. They produce the body’s natural relaxation, but also encourage the imagination through the geometric color forms.
Image Courtesy © Gemelli Design
- Architects: Gemelli Design (Brani & Desi)
- Project: Geometrics
- Design Studio: Brani & Desi
- Designers: Branimira Ivanova & Desislava Ivanova
Saturday, June 8th, 2013
Article source: Minosa
Large voids, over sized spaces and lots of cantilevers!
The owners of this stunning home had commenced construction before it was realised that the planned kitchen and other interior spaces would need to be reconsidered and redesigned to suit the architecture of the house.
Image Courtesy © Minosa
- Architects: Minosa
- Project: Sensory Interior design
- Location: Portland St
Thursday, May 30th, 2013
Article source: Rousseau Design Ltd
Overlooking the Thames, the 1970s townhouse owned by lighting designer Ben Rousseau backs onto a small marina and is located where the London boat race finishes at Chiswick Quay. The design was relatively modern when Ben bought, but the four-storey property still needed a lot of work.
Image Courtesy Rousseau Design Ltd
- Architects: Rousseau Design Ltd
- Project: Interior/Lighting Designer Ben Rousseau’s London House
- Location: Chiswick, London
Saturday, May 18th, 2013
Article source: DIN interiorismo
Interior design project coordination, consulting and installation for the first specialized store in furniture and residential accessories of Grupo El Palacio de Hierro. This project started with a commitment to provide a space where the most important is to experience an atmosphere where the lifestyle is the essence.
Image Courtesy DIN interiorismo
- Architects: DIN interiorismo
- Project: Casa Palacio
- Location: Mexico City, Mexico
- Year: 2008
Saturday, May 18th, 2013
Article source: +tongtong
Multidisciplinary design studio +tongtong recently completed a bold, layered interior for Annie Aime, the latest Toronto retail space from Parisienne fashion retailer Annie Mesenge. Designed to be a flexible, open-concept environment that can easily be transformed into a space for art openings and other events, the interior is one of the first to implement +tongtong’s recently launched Les Ailes Noires series of freestanding clothing racks.
Image Courtesy © Ben Rahn/A-Frame Inc.
- Architects: +tongtong
- Project: +tongtong designs fashion retail boutique Annie Aime
- Location: Toronto, Canada
- Photography: Ben Rahn/A-Frame Inc.
Thursday, May 16th, 2013
Article source: Archit3ctum
The renovation of lobby and common areas of Beethoven building Barcelona was a particular challenger for our studio because we want to give a very new image to the interior areas, with the idea of a contemporary and technological place. To carry out our task, we focus on creating a neutral space where the use of materials with high resistance and metallic colors could mark the perimeter and indicate the flow of the course.
Image Courtesy © Eli Garmendía
- Architects: Archit3ctum
- Project: Beethoven Building Entrance and Lobby Area
- Location: Barcelona, Spain
- Photography: Eli Garmendía
- Client: Parje S.A.
- Team: René Mateo, Víctor Gonzalez and Cristina Aquino
Thursday, May 9th, 2013
Article source: Maison Edouard François
Eden Bio was a study of the densification of a typical suburban block on the east side of Paris.
Three ideas guided the project.
The first idea was to respect the surroundings and its history \”à la Doisneau\”. There were pre-existing buildings, full of life and devoid of pretension, some low, others tall. Long and narrow alleyways that are remnant of the area’s agricultural history interrupt the street alignment and spatially define the plot, while vegetation-filled corridors lead the eye into the sun-filled core of the block.
Image Courtesy © David Boureau
- Architects: Maison Edouard François
- Project: Eden Bio
- Location: Paris, France
- Photography: Nicolas Castet, David Boureau
Friday, April 12th, 2013
Article source: PlanAR Architecture Studio
The premises were originally designed to house a Soviet-time supercomputer. Rooms were separated from the corridor by the unused air supply shafts. The raised floor (strong enough to bear the supercomputer) was 1.5m above the concrete slab and 1.5 below the entrance level. We decided to take away the shafts along with the raised floor of the corridor. Instead, two new levels were made.
Image Courtesy PlanAR Architecture Studio
Tuesday, April 2nd, 2013
Article source: Miguel Nery Arquitectura
The project brief involved a restaurant, that was once considered a point of reference in the city, occupying a plot measuring 5×60 meters, a minimal budget and the customer’s wish for it to be able to function with ease throughout its long daily opening period (8 a.m. to midnight). The proposed solution attempts to take advantage of the full potential of the existing space (both interior and exterior), thereby reducing the work to a minimum.
Image courtesy Miguel Nery Arquitectura
- Architects: Miguel Nery Arquitectura
- Project: Interior renovation of Restaurant – Porto II
- Location: Porto, Portugal
- Collaboration: COR-Architects
Wednesday, February 20th, 2013
Article source: WamHouse
“Masarnia”is the third (January 2013) of twelve parts of an original collection called ”XII”, entirely designed by Karina Wiciak (designer from Wamhouse). The project “Masarnia” includes the armchair “Korpus”, bigger hanging lamp “Korpus”, smaller suspensed lamps “but”, glass table “Szklany”, glass hocker “Szklany” and glass chandelier “Szklany”.
Image Courtesy Wamhouse