Inside a loft in Brooklyn - New York, the architect Terri Chiao has created this unusual space of life. Wooden hut, mini house slipped into the house, "A Cabin in a Loft" is rented for short periods, surprising alternative to traditional hotel rooms or sublets.
Anne-Julie Martinon and Marc-Antoine Richard from the MAAJ architecture agency have carried out the rehabilitation of this small duplex apartment located in the 19th arrondissement of Paris. In this place bathed in natural light, two staggered staircases made up of storage blocks cleverly free up
In the heart of Saint Germain des Près in Paris, the agency Rena Dumas Architecture Interior has transformed the old pool of the Hotel Lutetia in landscaping there the first Hermès boutique on the Left Bank. In the large volume left empty this Art Deco swimming pool, now stand four wooden huts with organic forms.
In the Gothic Quarter of Barcelona, the Swiss architect Gus Wüstemann has renovated this apartment combines modernity and history. In the living room, it keeps the walls of rough stone and old bricks and stresses of the foundations and floors with thin wooden slats. Further, the kitchen and the bathroom by contrast
In Singapore, on Redhill Road, the studio SKLIM sign the redevelopment of this apartment of 110 square meters. Between design and architecture, furniture with sharp edges and veneered dark wood sculpting space.
Pawe? Garus and Jerzy Wo niak the creative agency and Polish fashion design: lina have made the development of their own offices in Poznan. In a building of 60 years, they have devised a simple, low budget project, using OSB wood panels to compose the furniture and flooring.
In San Francisco, the Jensen Architects studio carried out the interior design of the offices of the communications agency Kirshenbaum Bond & Partners West. A fun and functional workspace whose walls are blackboards, supports for creativity and reflection.
For the Blue Marlin design agency, the New York studio SOFTlab devised original offices and adaptable. The work area is thus composed of a storage wall made of simple cardboard tubes assembled, a system of
In central London, the agency Nex Architecture and architect Alan Dempsey has redesigned this duplex apartment. Making use of various panels and movable partitions, they offer a flexible space as needed and times of day. At the heart of the apartment, a staircase connects the two levels and is dressed in a spectacular