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CJ Housing Renovation in Madrid, Spain by MVN Arquitectos

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

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

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Black Loft Style in Voroneg, Russian Federation by Mudrogelenko design

Thursday, May 15th, 2014

Article source: Mudrogelenko design

Image Courtesy ©  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

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Google in Mexico City, Mexico by SPACE

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

Office Loft in Rome, Italy by Carola Vannini Architecture

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

Studio apartment by Tamás Szén Molnár

Wednesday, April 9th, 2014

Article source: Tamás Szén Molnár

Studio apartment with high interior and cube serving as bathroom, bedroom, kitchen and dining room all at the same time. Designed with István Bényei.

Image Courtesy © Tamás Szén Molnár

De Heelmeesters interior in Amsterdam, Netherlands by Marc Prosman Architecten

Wednesday, April 2nd, 2014

Article source: Marc Prosman Architecten

De Heelmeesters is the new workplace for three Amsterdam care organisations; Blijf Groep, HVO-Querido and de Volksbond. The offices are part of a larger housing project in Watergraafsmeer.

Image Courtesy © Milad Pallesh

  • Architects: Marc Prosman Architecten
  • Project: De Heelmeesters interior
  • Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Photography: Milad Pallesh

Q3 APARTMENT in Saint Petersburg, Russia by MODOM

Thursday, March 20th, 2014

Article source: MODOM

The owners’ sociability and openness laid the foundation of the design of this exceptionally open and integral room with a core that later becomes functional and useful. A giant eight meter long table stretches through the whole space and different functional areas. The lack of stepped storage space and moving large volumes below eye level adds more spaciousness to the apartment.The hierarchy of the materials plays its own role in creating contrast — between the large amounts of warm wooden colors and the neutral white, which is further subdued by the light wooden floor. The more private part of the apartment contains a bedroom, a bathroom and a multifunctional closet.

Image Courtesy © MODOM

  • Architects: MODOM
  • Project: Q3 APARTMENT
  • Location: Saint Petersburg, Russia
  • Area: 118.0 sqm
  • Year: 2013

Q2 APARTMENT in Saint Petersburg, Russia by MODOM

Wednesday, March 19th, 2014

Article source: MODOM

Contrast is integrated into the structure of the apartment. It shows the ambiguous and unstable condition of dark and light parts, while the body of the apartment remains intact. There is no actual feeling of contrast thanks to large dimensions and proportions weight. The dark parts represent depth, and the light ones produce expanse, which allows the inner space to balance its parts between each other. Lots of engineering requires ideal spaces.

Image Courtesy © MODOM

  • Architects:MODOM
  • Project: Q2 APARTMENT
  • Location: Saint Petersburg, Russia
  • Area: 76.0 sqm
  • Year: 2013

Q1 APARTMENT in Saint Petersburg, Russia by MODOM

Tuesday, March 18th, 2014

Article source: MODOM 

The studio grew out of two small apartments that share the same concept of an open space with a fair and clear white color. The space has an axis with several areas of different functionality, which interconnect and seamlessly blend into one another. The sleeping area is partially separated from the living-room with its own couch.

Image Courtesy © MODOM

  • Architects: MODOM 
  • Project: Q1 APARTMENT
  • Location: Saint Petersburg, Russia
  • Area: 89.0 sqm
  • Year: 2013

Wrapped in rubber by Wout wessemius

Saturday, March 15th, 2014

Article source: Wout wessemius

Rubber is one of my favourite materials. Initially I used rubber to create interior objects. I was curious about what you could do with used rubber inner tubes from the possibilities of this specific material. So, for example, I stretched a rubber inner tube around a part of an object, while another part of the tube almost careless folded. The mirror, for example, shows this way of using. This allows the forms to come into existence almost by itself. This gives the objects often an organic and natural look.

Image Courtesy © Wout wessemius

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