Interior Design

Feb14

Aschebergsgatan 41 Residence by Kanozi Arkitekter

Penthouse Residential Units in the upper luxury category. Built in splitlevels and with terraces. One of the bathrooms has a full glased wall that instantly turns milky when locking the door.

Feb02

Zebar by 3GATTI Architecture Studio

Zebar is a music bar in Shanghai with a very impressive interior space designed by 3GATTI Architecture Studio. It has an undulating cave-like form created by apertures cut into fins along its length. All panels in create for creating special effects is cut by hand (low-cost fixed-defining), according to the architect of 3D game rendering fast enough.

Jan26

'Les Bains des Docks' by Jean Nouvel

Photographs of the recently completed ‘les bains des docks’ aquatic centre in le havre, france designed by jean nouvel have begun to surface. the mostly white space is very light in feel, while a brightly coloured alcove pops with vitality.

Jan13

Opening Today: HOK’s Dalí Museum

According to Tampa Bay Online, the story of how the Musuem came to Tampa is one that began in the 80s, when Dali collectors A. Reynolds and Eleanor Morse put out a bid to cities to make offers on hosting their planned Museum. Tampa came back with the best deal – $250,000 over five years, plus a waterfront warehouse space. As of today, their collection (the largest in world) gets a brand new building.

Jan12

Warborn Apartment by Caiano Morgado Arquitectos

Let us start with the fact that Warborn Apartment, designed by Caiano Morgado Architects, is magnificent both inside and outside. The outside facade of the structure is amazing — of course — but the outside landscape upon which this building sits is no less stunning. While most minimalist design comes packaged with a cold and empty sentiment, this house radiates warmth and welcomeness, which is undoubtedly rare.

Jan09

M Coffee / Hooman Balazadeh

The spatial concept was to present a significant solid mass that connects the entrance of the hall to the serving counter and also illustrates the roof and the walls as a continuous element. This solid mass provides the essential light of the area indirectly and eliminates any sharp and disturbing type of light. The form was generated through morphing two curves over each other that creates variety of different perspective views and diverse experiences in each spot.