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The design architect delivers a new interpretation of a casual dining space with the colors and nature, instead of a commercial style.
A modern and functional clinic that reflects the charm and pleasantness suggested by its name: Dental Angels.
The designers used colour to give each room its own recognizable identity to decipher the previous labyrinth-like space but also integrated into a signage general strategy that lays down a new layer over all existing space.
A 1963 old time classic Tea House revamped into a Restaurant, its glory rediscover and captured by photographer Joao Morgado. Here is a chance to admire the original drawings by Álvaro Siza Vieira.
References to Costa Blanca are made through the extensive use of ‘white’ and the fluidity of the forms.
Once a tired building with a confusing layout, the house now boasts a contemporary update.
Opening of Imperial War Museum London’s new First World War Galleries.
A wooden box, the living room, is meant to act like a cocoon into which its occupants seek internal peace after work ,a transition, to be able to enjoy a hobby.
D Jewelry store in Pamplona, Spain, designed by Antonio Vaillo and Juan Luis Irigaray.
Transformation Stedelijk Museum Schiedam: MVRDV wraps interior of historical chapel in red shelves.
Belgian firm Graux & Baeyens Architecten has designed the House DS, an ultra minimal renovation and extension to a rustic, farmhouse styled, 70′s residence.
Wulumuqi Road Apartment, designed by SKEW Collaborative, is located in Shanghai, China.
Award-winning designers BuckleyGrayYeoman reveal their latest unique design for Nando’s in Glasgow
The Veeckman-Gélis residence, designed by Egide Meertens architecten, is located in Borgloon, Belgium.
The first part of “Pastel Collection”, entirely designed by Karina Wiciak.
MIT’s CityHome is a house In a box you control by waving your hand. It makes 200 feet feel like a mansion.
A dwelling where the shop is part of the house.
Inspired by a melting snowfield in spring, this design combines a contrast of cold and warm materials to create a cozy, yet naturally shaped interior.
The Urburb: Patterns of Contemporary Living. The Israeli Pavilion at the 14th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia.