Sean Knibb has created the unique hotel interiors that mix industrial aesthetics and coziness, influenced by the local architectural scene of the ’90s.
An office interior in Shanghai full of glass and reflections by AIM Architecture.
Humlebaek House is an old rural farmhouse in Denmark, renovated into a minimal home and studio for an artist by Danish design studio Norm Architects.
Scrumptious Reads, designed by Atelier Chen Hung, is a shop interior based on the idea of using paper cups.
The medieval Broerenkerk cathedral in Zwolle, The Netherlands, is transformed into a beautiful modern bookshop by BK Architecten.
London based architecture practice Jump Studios has recently completed the redesign of Google’s headquarters in Madrid, creating a cozy working environment with vibrant colors.
Tsutsumi & Associates have recently completed the conversion of a factory in Beijing to the head office of a furniture manufacturer.
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The absolute symbiosis between the new and the old.
Inspired by Nagaya (a traditional Japanese tenement house) style the shop is designed on the ‘house within a house’ concept.
A one bedroom apartment fit into an atypical high and narrow volume over four floors all linked together by alternating tread stairs, daylight coming through a full height void.
Israeli architect Raanan Stern renovated the two-story family house with retro referances and a fun color palette.
The playful wooden sculpture is an extension of the existing majestic fountain with the bathtubs spreading along the basin like a hand-held fan.
A single volume residence and atelier deployed at different levels with the floor plates floating within the house’s internal volume.
Designed to be the centerpiece of the building, the four-story spiral staircase is characterized by balustrades with overflowing plant life.
An innovative use of light and colour accentuating the forms added or deducted with surgical precision. A truly fun nursery school.
To maximize the space a simple rule was created in the design process, every display surface was to quadruple itself.
Crossbeams, utility lines as well as a substantial level difference form an industrial backdrop onto which separately standing partitions, constituting blocks of 6-12 units each, are projected.
The striking pavilion is a portable, solar-powered structure which not only charges the hybrid electric car but also flat-packs to fit in the trunk of the car.
A live visual art creation event providing the public with an opportunity to get up close to the artist.
Crystal Caves, a commission by Turkish real estate developer NEF, is a series of four new screening rooms located in Istanbul.
Espace St-Denis is a former retail space renovated to a residential interior in Montreal retaining the shop-window appearance, designed by Anne Sophie Goneau.
Issey Miyake is opening a new concept store in Tokyo designed by artist and designer Tokujin Yoshioka in a way that expresses the beauty that lies in the unfinished.
Environmental design project, for a multipurpose room, the foyer of the Pavilion of Knowledge, a science museum in Lisbon.
Furniture and lighting by designer Tom Dixon creates a setting with an industrial yet subdued and comfortable atmosphere.
An urban ‘suspended’ shelf creates the opportunity to meet spatial requirements by nearly doubling the existing floor surface.
The highlight of this design is the wooden partition which incorporates the reception desk with a form deriving from an acoustic wave.
The design responds to acoustic requirements hence the look recalling a 60′s audition hall.
Atelier ProtOtype is one of the Commercial Design Brussels-Awards Winners 2013
Asylum Creative was a nominee for the Bar and Restaurant category at INSIDE: World Festival of Interiors in Singapore.
David Kohn Architects won the Residential category at INSIDE: World Festival of Interiors in Singapore.
Charged Voids won the Shop category at INSIDE: World Festival of Interiors in Singapore.