For many people, the kitchen is the heart of the home. Owing to this principle, the owners of this apartment have created a unique place that can be used not only for cooking, but also for common conversations and just spending time together.
Paris is associated with historic architecture and rich decorations. However, even in a historic space, it is sometimes worth leaving the comfort zone and focusing on more modern solutions. This is also the case with this apartment designed by Cube Architectes.
Today we invite you to Berlin, to the modern tenement house in Mitte designed by the architectural studio BATEK ARCHITEKTEN. This project proves that less is more, and the care of thought-out details is the best decoration.
The first SKIMS brand pop-up store belonging to Kim Kardashian has recently opened in Paris. The designer Willo Perron is responsible for its interior.
In a world full of hustle and bustle, it is sometimes worth stopping for a moment and relaxing. In this apartment, peace is almost inscribed in the architecture: thanks to its minimalist design and subdued colors, the interior is conducive to tranquility and contemplation. Come inside!
Residence Alma is an example of a very interesting approach to design. Architects from Atelier Barda undertook the renovation of the building from the beginning of the 20th century. Ultimately, two comfortable apartments were to be built there, which were to delight not only with a well-thought-out interior design, but also with a connection with nature.
Today we invite you to the house designed by Sara Cukerbaum from the SLIC Design studio. The bungalow dating from 1963 required thorough renovation and adaptation to the needs of the present day. See the effects of metamorphosis!
This minimalist house is located in an old warehouse in the historic center of the small Portuguese town of Olhão.
We are in Madrid, where a 200-meter apartment has been renovated. It is located in a richly decorated 18th-century colonial tenement house. Architects from Febrero Studio focused on modernity and minimalism.
The owners of this house lacked space for a recently enlarged family. They wanted to create an open space where there is enough space for every household member and from which they can admire the garden. Architects from Yellow Cloud Studio were asked for help in rebuilding the house.
Samsen is a specialist wine consulting company. In the face of the pandemic, it faced new challenges: it needed a place not only to work, but also a friendly space to invite customers to. The owners of the company asked designers from Note Design Studio to design a wine bar connected to the office.