Open since 1962 in Kiev, Ukraine, the restaurant "Odessa" was the subject of a redevelopment by the architects of YOD Design Lab. To reproduce the spirit of this unique seaside city on the Black Sea, a work atmosphere was created by the architects who knew how to play with the materials and light.
In Lausanne, Switzerland, the Parisian studio Hertrich & Adnet has just completed the interior design of the Agora hotel dating from the 70s. The common thread of the project was to offer customers a refined and offbeat dive into the Swiss universe .
In the 10th arrondissement of Paris, the agnès & agnès architecture agency has transformed a clothing workshop into a loft with a terrace. Covering nearly 150m², the space has been completely redesigned so that this windowless workshop at the end of the courtyard becomes a pleasant and open living space.
In Abu Dhabi, the UAE, the architect of Iranian origin and Germany-based Hadi Teherani has created a quiet and studious atmosphere for the new library of the Zayed University. The architect has designed the campus in the heart of one of the largest university libraries in the Middle East.
On an area of 140 m², the architects of the Polish agency Mode: lina have refurbished Beam & Block, a house in Poznań, Poland. With this project the architects had to compose with the wishes of the owners, space and many storage areas.
During the project "Villa Mallorca," the architects of St. Petersburg Studio Mishin appealed to the Arup group to help them design the central staircase of the building. The realization of this monumental and graphic copper structure has been the result of collaboration between the various entities.
Specializing in the care of children in difficulties, Kita Drachenreiter association has appealed to the Baukind architecture firm to design his concept of daycare in Berlin. Adapted to the educational concept of the association, the interior design is inspired by nature to create a calm and relaxing environment.
The architecture firm Paulo Merlini created the interior of a bakery in Porto. 3 in separate spaces with different atmospheres, the point of sale turns into zones of shares that adapt to the moods of the customers.
Students at Victoria University Wellington in New Zealand, Ella Bates-Hermans, Abraham Hollingsworth, Caitlin Pilcher and Zach Holmes devised as part of their curriculum "HangTable", a hanging side table and moving.
The interior design agency Design Mim realized spatial Gochi Japanese restaurant in Melbourne, Australia. Inspired by traditional Japanese interiors, restaurant modernizes codes while maintaining the overall atmosphere.