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An atmospheric, bold and non-standard interior with a masculine vibe. The apartment is a studio comprised of 4 consequentially connected areas.The bedroom area has a separate bathtub, the bathroom is combined with a glass wardrobe, through which a single white wall of the living room could be seen, the kitchen goes with an open storage.
Located in the remarkable city of Tel Aviv, Israel, stands an environmental sculptural park simply called Kikar Levana, or White Square in English. From 1977 until 1988 the project slowly dominated the landscape with absolute expressive geometry through concrete. An unrelenting manifestation of modernism in all its glory from the renowned sculptor Daniel Karavan.
The 95 square-meter, open-plan home is laid with herringbone timber floors and enveloped by white walls, bringing about a Parisian air that speaks to locality. Original French doors open to the terraces wrought iron balustrade, decorating this project from the outside in. Leather furnishings and silk-blend rugs add a layer of warmth and softness to the living room.
From the basement pool and spa, past a multi-level garden by Chelsea gold medallist Chris Beardshaw, all the way up to the rooftop bedroom with City skyline views, it’s the epitome of high-end contemporary residential design.The local council’s demand for a brick façade and continuity have resulted in a very stealthy dwelling at street level.
Located in the Japanese city of Shunan, FU House is a striking project by Kubota Architect Atelier; known for their penchant for absolute geometry, and a masterful manipulation of concrete and glass as a duo. Continuing their successful path, the project in hand focus on privacy as a distinguishing factor.
When lifestyle brand TFD wanted to add a restaurant to their store in Guangzhou, China, they knew the design needed to stand out and reflect their brand’s unique style. Design firm Leaping Creative was up to the challenge, and the stylish, minimal and monochromatic TFD Restaurant was born.
Hong Kong studio Lim + Lu has converted a former printing press into a loft apartment for an artist couple, featuring white walls, sliding steel partitions and bright red pipes.The 2600-square-foot (240 square-metre) Residence HM is located in the south of Hong Kong, in an area filled with industrial buildings. Lim + Lu was tasked with making the warehouse habitable for the artist couple, as well as their five pets.
Melbourne can be a tough town to conquer if you’re a restaurant or a bar, and often establishments need to evolve to stay relevant. It’s a big call, but we may have an “institution in the making” which is heralded by the recent refurbishment and opening of The George on Collins. Hecker Guthrie have transformed the former suit-heavy hotspot, The Longroom...
Set into the residual space of a major architectural restoration, Ricard Camarena Restaurant in Valencia, Spain respects the industrial architecture of a notable art deco building. Bombas Gens remained a dilapidated, abandoned factory until recently converted into a centre of art by Fundació Per Amor a l’Art.
The concept of humble yet sophisticated luxury is essential to a recently completed three-storey apartment in Prague’s Vinohrady district. Occupying the fourth, fifth and sixth floors of an elegant 19th-century residential building, the spacious apartment showcases the crafty ingenuity of the prolific A1 Architects studio.