Archive for the ‘Interiors’ Category
Friday, September 5th, 2014
Article source: Paula Ables Interiors
A young Austin couple was tired of their dark, dated and drab bathroom. They hired us to help them create a more relaxing, spa-like bathroom. The existing bathroom was lacking in storage and did not function for the couple. With the couple being above average height and with no need for knee space we brought both counter tops to the same level and added a tall linen cabinet to define their spaces. We incorporated outlets into the linen storage to help hide their daily products. Final results were soft, natural colors and surfaces.
Image Courtesy © Paula Ables Interiors
Thursday, September 4th, 2014
Article source: Another Design International
Creative designers have persistence of visions to make waves in the industry. The international awarded designer Pal Pang from Another Design International was invited by the international acclaimed Indian developer Artha Property for a collaboration interior design project “One World” for Artha shares Pal’s devotion and passion in design, arts and culture.
Image Courtesy © Another Design International
Wednesday, August 13th, 2014
Article source: Triptyque
Triptyque creates a collection of Brazilian design for an international law firm.
After realizing the building of Milbank, the international law firm commissioned Triptyque to carry of the interior design. The agency Triptyque proposed to build a unique and historic collection of Brazilian design.
Image Courtesy © Pedro Kok
- Architects: Triptyque
- Project: Milbank
- Location: São Paulo, Brazil
- Photography: Pedro Kok
- PARTNERS: Greg Bousquet, Carolina Bueno, Guillaume Sibaud e Olivier Raffaelli
- GENERAL COORDINATOR: Luiz Trindade
- TRIPTYQUE TEAM: Project Manager-Paulo Martins, Architects-Vitoria Ferraz e Manuela Coelho
- DESIGN: 2011
- DELIVERY: 2011
- SURFACE: 1200 m²
Thursday, July 3rd, 2014
Article source: Kabarowski Misiura Architekci
A house from the 1920s was redeveloped and modernized. The interior layout was changed and elevations were unified. The result of these actions is a construction which is undoubtedly modern yet inextricably linked with the buildings of the past with the form of a traditional house.
Image Courtesy © Krzysztof Smyk
Wednesday, July 2nd, 2014
Article source: María Langarita and Víctor Navarro
Perhaps more than anything else, it is the very strangeness of the diverging intentions found in the La Serrería Belga adaptation project for the Medialab-Prado that makes it possible for them to coexist, though not without a certain measure of irony.
The first of these caustic coexistences stems from a certain institutional schizophrenia. While the ‘Paseo del Arte’ was transformed into Madrid City Hall’s banner to attract international tourism, an architectural competition was simultaneously promoted in the same area, which would end up serving an institution that sponsored debates that were deeply critical of this model.
Image Courtesy © Miguel de Guzmán
- Architects: Langarita-Navarro Arquitectos (María Langarita and Víctor Navarro)
- Project: Medialab-Prado
- Location: Madrid, Spain
- Photography: Miguel de Guzmán
- Collaborators: Elena Castillo, Marta Colón, Javier González Galán, Roberto González, Juan Palencia, Guillermo Trapiello, Gonzalo Gutiérrez, Paula García-Masedo
- Structures: Mecanismo
- Installations: Úrculo Ingenieros
- Landscaping: Lorena García Rodríguez
- Project date: January 2008
- Client: Área de las Artes. Madrid City Hall
- Budget: 1600 euros/m2
Saturday, June 7th, 2014
Article source: Moriyuki Ochiai Architects
The following interior design was realized for a retail store of a company which runs its own farm, featuring seasonal produce and items, such as dairy products, sweets and bread, made using milk form said farm as the main ingredient.
Full view, Image Courtesy © Atsushi ishida
- Architects: Moriyuki Ochiai Architects
- Project: YUME MARCHE Store
- Location: Chiba, Japan
- Photography: Atsushi ishida
- Use: retail store
- Area: 77sqm
- Constructor: aslego
- Completion: 2014.1
Thursday, May 29th, 2014
Article source: MVN arquitectos
The main purpose of the reform is to gain quality in the interior spaces as well as rehabilitating the degraded status of the housing. The ground floor will be higher with free height above the living room to the top. The attic will be accessible and livable.
Image Courtesy © MVN Arquitectos
- Architects: MVN Arquitectos
- Project: CJ Housing Renovation
- Location: Madrid, Spain
- Photography: MVN Arquitectos
- Project: 2013
- Final completion date: 2014
- Construction period: 8 months
- Size: 222 m2
- Building Type: Housing
- Client: Private
- Type of Contract: Comission
- Work Stage: Under construction
- Tecnical Architect: María Lamela Martín
- Consultants: BEdV structure & service engineers
- Contractor: Contratas CENTRO
Thursday, May 15th, 2014
Article source: Mudrogelenko design
Image Courtesy © Mudrogelenko design
- Architects: Mudrogelenko design
- Project: Black Loft Style
- Location: Voroneg, Russian Federation
- Software used: For design our projects we ussually use Autocad for drawings and 3-d modeling, after that we use 3Ds Max Design with V-ray plug-in for making materials, lighting and rendering final picture.
- Total area: 150 m2
- DESIGN TEAM: Mudrogelenko Dmitriy, Mudrogelenko Zlata
- Main materials: Stone, Glass, Light
- Light: Modular Light
- Door: Tre-P&Tre-Più/Planus design Antonio Citterio
- Furniture: Edra, Knoll
Friday, April 18th, 2014
Article source: SPACE
Juan Carlos Baumgartner was born in Mexico City, in 1972. He attended the School of Architecture at the National Autonomous University of Mexico for his bachelor’s degree. With his thesis, Day Care Center for Alzheimer’s patients, he was the first pupil to graduate with his proposed thesis built and culminated in the regular period of time.
Image Courtesy © Eric Velazquez
- Architects: SPACE (Juan Carlos Baumgartner, Jimena Fernández Navarra )
- Project: Google
- Location: Mexico City, Mexico
- Photography: Eric Velazquez
- DESIGN TEAM: Ramiro Pulido, Ricardo Hernández
- LIGHTING: LUA
- DATE OF COMPLETION: April 2013
- Area ( m²): 650
- Completion year: 2013
Friday, April 18th, 2014
Article source: Carola Vannini Architecture
A Roman ancient market’s storage place has been transformed into a modern work space.
The project’s purpose is to create a strong contrast between the ancient existing structure and the new interior architecture.
The difference between the two functions (storage space during the past centuries and creative space today) has suggested two parallel design approaches: on one hand the intention of preserving the original building’s characteristics and, on the other hand, the need of inserting new and recognizable elements.
Image Courtesy © Carola Vannini Architecture
- Architects: Carola Vannini Architecture
- Project: Office Loft
- Location: Rome, Italy
- Client: private
- Date: 2006
- Surface: 90sm
- Price: 110.000 euros