Welcoming, receiving, sharing, transmitting… these are the keys to hospitality. A hospitality that never stops evolving, both in the hotel and restaurant sectors. Because habits change, behaviors too. Customers want to be surprised by an atmosphere, a decoration, a universe. Being amazed by increasingly personalized services, but above all pampered, expected and finally listened to...
The Spike lookout (Špička in Czech) is on top of Malý Špičák, near the town of Tanvald, Czech Republic. Designed between 2016 and 2020 by the Mjölk architekti studio and its architects Jan Vondrák and Jan Mach, its design refers to the sporting history of the site.
Located in the heart of the République district, the RaiseLab house is a building of more than 2 m500 resulting from a major restructuring. A former workshop built in the 2s, the building has been completely transformed to meet new challenges.
Pan Architecture has created five houses of four levels, attached to each other. This architectural expression finds its full meaning in the transition effect created between the small residential and agricultural scale to the south, the collective housing complexes and the volumes of activity.
In Montevideo, Uruguay, Murillo 1665 finds the DNA of its origin in its implementation. The challenge of this project was to position five 200m2 duplex houses in the same lot while imposing minimal interference with its existing wooded environment, thus maximizing its harmony with nature.
In Vienna, the headquarters of the insurance company Awash is the result of a successful collaboration with Image Consultancy PLC Addis Ababa. The design of the building is inspired by the Ethiopian Awash river, its curved bed and its many waterfalls…
An emblematic showcase of the urban transformation of the 9th arrondissement of Lyon, the S-One tertiary building located at the corner of rue Marietton and avenue Sidoine Apollinaire enjoys a strategic location between Vaise and Gorge de Loup.
This collective housing building is located in the heart of Porto. It has two facades, one of which faces the city's famous Passeio de São Lázaro. Here, the project consisted of an interior demolition of a complex already renovated several times, in order to reveal a renewed and enlarged two-storey building.