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Interior office in Moscow, Russia by PlanAR Architecture Studio

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


Interior Renovation of Restaurant – Porto II in Portugal by Miguel Nery Arquitectura

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

Masarnia by WamHouse

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 

  • Architects: WamHouse
  • Project: Masarnia

Clifton View 7 in Cape Town by Antoni Associates

Saturday, February 9th, 2013

Article source: Antoni Associates

The clients brief was to completely strip out the double-level apartment and to re-configure the interior layout to accommodate four bedrooms, en-suite, a gym, entertainment cocktail bar, cinema room and wine cellar. The site is perched over dramatic boulders and the Atlantic Ocean and experiences sweeping views of the Clifton beaches as well as the Twelve Apostles mountain range.

Image Courtesy © Adam Letch 

  • Architects: Antoni Associates
  • Project: Clifton View 7
  • Location: Clifton, Cape Town, South Africa
  • Photography: Adam Letch 
  • Interior Architecture: Antoni Associates
  • Project Team: Mark Rielly, Adam Court
  • Interior Decor: Antoni Associates
  • Completion Date: 2012

Bosques 05 in Mexico City, Mexico by Ezequiel Farca

Tuesday, January 29th, 2013

Article source: Ezequiel Farca

Apartment Bosques 05 is a single-level apartment located within a high-end district of Mexico City. Ezequiel Farca reconfigured the space and transformed its impact on the family with an entirely new palette of colors, materials, and lighting.

A central hallway welcomes visitors, while diverting attention away from private bedroom areas. Farca installed wood paneling on several walls to strategically warm the space, and to introduce the richness of natural material to the inner core of the home. An automatic lighting system allows the family to preset a variety of lighting schemes with the push of a button.

Image Courtesy Jaime Navarro

  • Architects: Ezequiel Farca
  • Project: Bosques 05
  • Location: Mexico City, Mexico
  • Role: Interior Design
  • Date: 2009
  • Size: 1335 Sq. Ft.
  • Photography: Jaime Navarro


Santa Fe House in Mexico City, Mexico by Ezequiel Farca

Tuesday, January 29th, 2013

Article source: Ezequiel Farca

  • House with 3 levels located in exclusive Santa Fe district of Mexico City
  • Design of a new distribution of spaces to meet the specific needs of the family
  • Public spaces such as family room, dining and living room occupy the first floor; meanwhile one bedroom, the master suite, and a studio are located in the second floor.

Image Courtesy Jaime Navarro

  • Architects: Ezequiel Farca
  • Project: Santa Fe House
  • Location: Mexico City, Mexico
  • Role: Interior Design, Furniture Design
  • Date: 2010
  • Size: 1870 Sq. Ft.
  • Photography: Jaime Navarro


“Attention! Private Space.” – A Teenage Room by Gemelli Design

Monday, January 28th, 2013

Article source: Gemelli Design

The years when a person wants to have for the first time his own private space are in the teen ages. During this time the young person has a lot of physical and mental changes.

The room we created is for a 14 years old girl who is interested in the art, especially in the graphic design.

Image Courtesy Gemelli Design

  • Architects: Gemelli Design
  • Project: “Attention! Private Space.” – A Teenage Room
  • Design Studio: Gemelli Design
  • Designers: Branimira Ivanova & Desislava Ivanova


Techshed in Foster City, CA by Garcia Tamjidi Architecture Design

Thursday, January 10th, 2013

Article source: Garcia Tamjidi Architecture Design

A home improvement marketplace technology company, this open and collaborative work environment was designed with a balance of open office work benches, and spaces for meetings, meditation, play and private phone calls. A gated area with lockers for personal storage encourages bicycle commuting and use of the Bay Trail along the edge of the San Francisco Bay. Techshed’s brand is expressed with an impactful punch of brand color and in the form of the plywood sheds that house meeting and meditation rooms. An open Café with a robust audio visual system doubles as an all hands meeting and presentation space.

Image Courtesy Joe Fletcher Photography


Ubojnia by Wamhouse

Friday, January 4th, 2013

Article source: Wamhouse

“Ubojnia”is the second of twelve parts of an original collection called ”XII”, entirely full designed by Karina Wiciak (designer from Wamhouse).

Image Courtesy Wamhouse


The Wall of Zudaji by 403architecture [dajiba]

Wednesday, December 19th, 2012

Article source: 403architecture [dajiba]

This project was the design and construction of a warehouse for an interiors shop and restaurant.

At this time, we had built up a stock of materials from three previous projects; “the floor of Atsumi”, “the grid of Santen” and “the difference of Ebitsuka” so, we decided to use these material for the warehouse. Unfortunately though, the amount was not enough. The idea for additional material was to reuse palettes used in freight trafficking. In modern distribution, the material of the palette has now shifted from timber to plastic and so, the transportation companies are burdened with the task of disposing of the large inventory of wood. It is for this reason, we decided to use this material, which had supported the commodity of the national distribution system, to try to create a relationship with local distribution and trade.

Image Courtesy Kentahasegawa


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