In Paris, Christian has achieved this Pottgiesser between interior architecture and furniture for his agency Architecturespossibles. Both offices and apartment, let the free central space is punctuated by living and moving parts that can block
For the fashion brand "Won Hundred", the Danish design studio Mapt designed a modular and flexible furniture system to easily change the spatial organization of shops. Made of pine, these hollow modules are repeated, stacked, shifted and rotated to
In Lodz in Poland, the Polish architecture firm sign Moomoo within this loft design. Flirting with an old brick wall, white lacquered sliding walls modulate the space at different times of the day, hiding the room, hiding or revealing the kitchen
In Johannesburg in South Africa, the agency Source Interior Brand Architects has realized the interior offices of the finance company Tebfin. On 1 300 square meters, the atmosphere is cozy, intimate and elegant, far from the traditional standards of tertiary architecture. The dark colors, rich textures and lighting worked recall the atmosphere of the lobbies
In Shenzhen in China, the German agency Interior Design Haverkamp created the apartment Mangrove West Coast I. A luxury apartment with generous volumes, between Chinese tradition and modernity. dressed
The agency Franklin Azzi Architecture has rehabilitated the old Fox Theatre in Paris. Transformed into trendy restaurant and karaoke, the old vaudeville hall dresses lacquer, leather and wood. Fox, a strange and quirky place, an atmosphere between East and West, past and present, and Roaring Twenties
A Shiliupu, south of the Bund of Shanghai, the New York agency HBA / Hirsch Bedner Associates conducted the new Hotel Indigo. Opening of the Bund and the Pudong skyline, this hotel offers rooms 180 rich and colorful space, both contemporary and full of tradition.
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.