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D10 Corporate House in Mumbai, India by Studio Saransh

Monday, January 30th, 2023

Article source: Studio Saransh

Dipak & Company, a renowned Jewellery Business House in Mumbai, India, needed to expand their existing office building, to add various other departments to their business. The existing building housed their Diamond Polishing & Cutting Departments but they needed to add a Jewellery Creative Design Research & Development Department, for which they needed two additional floors to be added to the building.

Image Courtesy © Studio Saransh

  • Architects: Studio Saransh
  • Project: D10 Corporate House
  • Location: Mumbai, India
  • Software used: Autocad, Sketchup, Creative Suite, Twinmotion
  • Interior Design: Villas Chitnis Associates
  • Client: H. Dipak & Company
  • Structure: Saksham consultants
  • Visualisation: JD Parmar
  • Landscape: Rachna creations
  • Facade Design: Buchan
  • Built-Up Area: 21965 sq.ft
  • Site area: 29830 sq.ft


Casa Eg in Catanzaro, Italy by italo armone design studio

Wednesday, December 28th, 2022

Article source: italo armone design studio

Looking for a formal simplicity, EG home demonstrates how even a white wall can be a protagonist and not just a simple background. The plaster frames that embrace the walls fight symmetry, breaking it where possible, turning at every corner, and take over any spaces that are not always theirs. All under the eyes of wall lights, inviting the visitor to keep going.

Image Courtesy © Luigi Mirabelli

  • Architects: italo armone design studio
  • Project: Casa Eg
  • Location: Catanzaro, Italy
  • Photography: Luigi Mirabelli
  • Software used: Sketchup, AutoCAD, Vray


San Jose Chapel in Montemorelos, Mexico by Hugo Ozuna and Ana Pineda (Acronimo)

Friday, December 9th, 2022

Article source: Acronimo

Located in the center of the “Madre Tierra” field, a place of orange, avocado, and lemon crops, in Montemorelos, Nuevo León. This project was born of a spiritual need: build a reflection space for the family and the community. This need calls for a respectful and perceptive architectural approach. The in-depth study of Christian liturgy and the northeastern countryside founded the design process. The “Capilla San José” is where faith and the countryside coexist in the same celebrational space.

Image Courtesy © Francisco Álvarez

  • Architects: Hugo Ozuna and Ana Pineda (Acronimo)
  • Project: San Jose Chapel
  • Location: Montemorelos, Mexico
  • Photography: Francisco Álvarez
  • Software used: SketchUp and AutoCad
  • Collaborators: Rosa Torres, Juan José Espinosa, Laura Guerra, David Flores, Aaron Gomez
  • Structural Design: Ing. Mario Covarrubias
  • Size: 160 squared meters (1722 ft2)
  • Year: november 2021 – august 2022



Sunday, July 24th, 2022


The land for the single-family building is located on Praia da Gamboa (Garopaba, Santa Catarina, Brazil), next to a conservation area, where the view of the sea and nature will always be predominant. The Mares de Garopaba district is a calm destination full of natural landscapes, for residents and occasional tourists.

The name of the house came from the possibility of seeing North Atlantic Right Whales at certain times of the year. That’s why the terrace faces the sea and the morning sun, providing the chance to see them during your passage and stay on the Gamboa coast.

Image Courtesy © Marcelo Donadussi

  • Project: FRANCA HOUSE
  • Location: Garopaba, Brazil
  • Photography: Marcelo Donadussi
  • Software used: AutoCAD, Sketchup
  • Structural project: Mauricio Caberlon Engenharia de Estruturas
  • Hydraulic and electrical project: Douglas Rossi
  • Builder: M5VC Arquitetura e Engenharia
  • Area: 256,67 m²
  • Project year: 2021


ELYSIUM SPA in Bratislava, Slovakia by Grau Architects

Sunday, July 3rd, 2022

Article source: Grau Architects

The word elysium in Greek mythology meant the island of the blissful – a place on the western edge of the earth where the gods can transfer their favorites alive, immortal heroes living there in constant spring and without worries.

When designing the spa in the middle of the historical center of Bratislava, we came out from the need to break free from the daily cycle and calm down. This space is a meditative hiding place from the outside world. We build the concept of an urban spa on the perceptions of space as a temple for the body. The reference is the historical public baths Grössling, which are located nearby and provided visitors with the purifying procedures of body and soul.

Image Courtesy © Matej Hakár

  • Architects: Grau Architects
  • Project: ELYSIUM SPA
  • Location: Bratislava, Slovakia
  • Photography: Matej Hakár
  • Software used: Autocad, Sketchup and Photoshop
  • Authors: Filip Marčák, Andrej Olah, Matej Kurajda
  • Useful Area: 176 m2
  • Implementation Date: 2020-2021


House of Earth and Stone in Bangalore, India by Studio Motley

Friday, April 29th, 2022

Article source: Studio Motley

The client’s brief was an unusual one. While on the one hand they wanted to host parties and extended family gatherings, they also had it in mind to use it as a weekend getaway for just the four of them, to experience the outdoors, to farm and to connect with each other. As such, there was to be no bedrooms at all, just a few living spaces, opening out to each other and spilling out to the outdoors. There is just one space on the first floor, with sliding folding doors, which could potentially provide some privacy when required.

Image Courtesy © Studio Motley

  • Architects: Studio Motley
  • Project: House of Earth and Stone
  • Location: Bangalore, India
  • Photography: Studio Motley
  • Software used: Autocad and Sketch
  • Site Area: 1.5 Acres


Villa Backyard in Chachoengsao, Thailand by TOUCH Architect

Wednesday, September 15th, 2021

Article source: TOUCH Architect

The site is an hour’s drive away through the East from Bangkok; Chachoengsao, in which the suburb’s living environment is closed to a city, many factories and the sea (Gulf of Thailand), which produces excessive level of soil salinity. A non-terrain land with an artificial pond is where the villa is located. This man-made pond was built to be used as consuming water as well as an atmospheric visualization and all relaxation senses. As mentioned above, saline soil causes brackish water in the pond, which the water was no longer used for consuming not only for household use, but also agricultural use. In order to alter this low biodiversity water into freshwater, rainwater is needed to dilute an existing water in the pond.

Image Courtesy © Anan Naruphantawat

  • Architects: TOUCH Architect
  • Project: Villa Backyard
  • Location: Chachoengsao, Thailand
  • Photography: Anan Naruphantawat
  • Software used: Sketchup and V-ray
  • Lead Architects: Setthakarn Yangderm / Parpis Leelaniramol
  • Design Team: Pitchaya Tiyapitsanupaisan / Tanita Panjawongroj
  • Clients: Krittaya + Bandhit Pakham
  • Engineering: Chittinat Wongmaneeprateep
  • Contractor: DWN Builder
  • Gross Built Area: 90  m2
  • Completion Year: 2021


Soil House in Serra do Cipó, Brazil by Tetro Arquitetura

Saturday, September 4th, 2021

Article source: Tetro Arquitetura

The Soil House explores the contact of people with the floor, soil, the grass. Its irregular shape deviases the trees and embraces the center of the ground reinforcing this relationship with the Land.

Image Courtesy © Luisa Lage

  • Architects: Tetro Arquitetura
  • Project: Soil House
  • Location: Serra do Cipó, Brazil
  • Photography: Luisa Lage
  • Software used: AutoCad, Sketchup, Lumion, Photoshop
  • Principal architect: Carlos Maia, Débora Mendes, Igor Macedo
  • Collaborators: Deborah Martins and Mariana Ventura
  • Built area: 280 m²
  • Site area: 2000 m²
  • Design year: 2020
  • Completion year: 2021
  • Status: Built


Appartamento EB in Civezzano, Trento by BURNAZZI FELTRIN ARCHITECTS

Sunday, August 29th, 2021


EB apartment: details make it unique

Interior design and garden projects are projects of great satisfaction since architects can see the results of their designs in less time than what it normally takes to complete a building. However, interior design, when it is custom made, can be compared for complexity to a miniature building because it’s challenging and requires a lot of attention to details, even minute ones. This meticulous research of functional, aesthetic and emotional features makes possible to create a unique space.

Image Courtesy © Carlo Baroni

  • Project: Appartamento EB
  • Location: Civezzano, Trento
  • Photography: Carlo Baroni
  • Software used: Autocad LT and SketchUP
  • Area: 90 sqm (interior), 47 sqm (exterior)
  • State: completed
  • Date: 2018 – 2020


Casaamigos in Málaga, Spain by Paco Lago Interioriza

Saturday, December 26th, 2020

Article source: Paco Lago Interioriza

How to make a restaurant with everything revolving around the bar? The owners of Casaamigos had in mind an open-concept restaurant, with the customer as the center of the experience and bringing the feeling of sharing a table in your own home.

Located in the heart of Malaga center, the place is located in one of the most traditional streets of the city. A multipurpose space in which there is room for everything from live music to a sponsored event or a wine tasting, becoming the meeting point for friends and good food, creating a close experience.

Image Courtesy © Paco Lago Interioriza

  • Architects: Paco Lago Interioriza
  • Project: Casaamigos
  • Location: Málaga, Spain
  • Software used: Autocad, Sketchup, Lumion, Photoshop, etc


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