Due to the coronavirus epidemic, more and more events in the world of art, design and architecture are being canceled. It is enough to mention the famous design fair in Milan - Salone del Mobile, which was canceled.
Today we invite you to a home from the 80's located in the suburbs of Sydney, in Lindfield. Australian architect Daniel Boddam is responsible for the interior design. Subtle and extremely harmonious interior is the best illustration of the designer's holistic approach to architecture.
This small studio in one of London's most famous buildings - Barbican Estate is a perfect example of how to use a small space in a very effective way. During the day, the studio acts as a ballet studio, and at night a comfortable double bed appears on the empty dance floor. And all this can be spread in just a few seconds!
The main purpose of this renovation was to transform the former guest room into a room for a newborn baby. The apartment belongs to a couple of thirty-year-olds who were expecting a child, so the construction schedule was very tight!
Campo Belo is said to be Portuguese Brooklyn. This historic district of São Paulo is full of life and good energy. Beautiful parks, playgrounds and artistic coffeehouses attract young people. Just like modernist architecture with its climate and functionality.
Today we invite you to a fabulous apartment in Milan. 96 square meters is filled with interesting details and beautiful fabrics.
Apartment in the center of Kyiv with an area of 160 m2, designed for a family with two children.
Cultureplex is a new place in Manchester combining the function of restaurants, cafes, places for parties and cinemas. The complex is located in the north of the city, on Ducie Street, in an old warehouse building. The architects from the LOVEISENOUGH studio decided to preserve the industrial interior, giving it a touch of modern character.
This London hotel was designed by the Grzywinski + Pons studio. The building from the '70s underwent a complete metamorphosis, so as to create an extremely cozy, but functional interior.
The Smartkids kindergarten in Gdańsk is another project of the design duo BO / SKO – Daria Bolewicka and Daria Skoczylas. The place is located on one of the newly-established settlements on the map of the Tri-City, elements of the building's architecture penetrate the interior, giving it character. In the space of almost 170m2 there are two play rooms, a children's toilet, kitchen and social facilities, as well as the director's office. In planning all the functions, the designers cooperated with the Jezierski Architekci studio - thanks to which children have a functional and unusual interior at their disposal.
Old Parisian tenements are almost a guarantee of a beautiful interior. Antique stucco, beautifully decorated rosettes, original window joinery, double doors - you don't need much to make such an interior look spectacular. Designers from the Toledano + Architects studio decided to approach the topic in a completely different way and placed almost in the center of the historic apartment a plywood wall.