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Fairmont Penthouse is a 6400 square foot residence on two levels the 47th and 48th plus a roof deck on 49 of the Fairmont Building in Vancouver, BC, Canada. Below you will find a description from Robert Bailey...
Like a « phantom », silent and insidious, the soft protean curves of the mezzanine level float above the dinner guests, covering the space with a surface that bends and undulates. Behind the columns of the east facade of the Opera Garnier, the restaurant is located in a place where...
This luxurious apartment, located close to the Colosseo area, has been reorganized through a complete and detailed design project. The owner's main need of opening the space toward the outside landscape, generated a design characterized by light and airy rooms.
Atelier Mecanic (Mechanical Workshop) is a bar made of 1950 to 1970 industrial relics, salvaged leftovers, graphics and original furniture. It is a take on the industrialization of the country during communism.
The Research and development building offers a new working environment at the corporation’s headquarters in Herzogenaurach to round about 1,700 adidas designers, developers, scientists and marketing strategists.
Raf Simons, the creative talent behind the Jil Sanders line, is a busy man and also an extremely private person. Spending 110 days per year in Milan for Sanders as well as producing his own line, it comes as no surprise to learn that he has a sanctuary to return to as his base.
The Edge House sits atop Megami Mtn. in Koyoen, in the Nishinomiya area of Hyogo. From this point the site commands a panoramic view from Kobe port all the way to the Osaka bay area.
The city of Lodz located in the centre of Poland is one of three biggest cities in the country. Before the World War II a highly prospering city with lots of industries, now is troubled with poverty and social problems. Although it has high aspirations to be a cultural oriented city of artist and students.
A legendary classic of 1960s hotel architecture, The Mykonos Theoxenia Hotel has made a glamorous comeback. The hotel manages to harmoniously meld with Mykonos’s radiant seascape as well as perfectly suit the Greek island’s dynamic local nightlife culture.
Connecting the three storey internal volume is a glazed void, a room within a room, drawing through fresh air, light and the open elements. At its base a pond mirrors the sky and cools convecting air.