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After a renovation project which took over 8 months, the Groninger Museum reopened its doors to the public on Sunday 19 December 2010. The entire building has regained its original lustre and and its colours have been fully restored.
The restructuring of the interior and exterior of a 400m2 space on the 1st floor of a multi-storey building in Ilissia, Athens, housing an Endodontic Center, was undertaken by architects Gazetas Associates.
La Co(o)rniche is a hotel in an extraordinary location. The key landmark in the Pilat-Plage district, the vantage point over the Arcachon basin, backing onto the highest dune in Europe, it is suspended between sea and sky, nestling between sand and pines.
Gary Chang has managed to transform a 330 square foot apartment into a transformable space of 24 different living areas. What used to be a house that he shared with his family and a tenant, this tiny apartment has become something that most of us would envy. Using a principal system of ...
In the heart of artistic Venice, a XVI century building overlooking the Canal Grande, next to Palazzo Grassi, hosts the first hotel designed by Philippe Starck in Italy: Palazzina Grassi. Dream, poetry, romanticism and tradition, revised by the ingenious and multi-faceted French designer ...
In this Cycladic village, famous for its local, neoclassical architecture, an old olive press, built towards the end of the 19th century, an exquisite sample of island "industrial" architecture, was chosen as a summer and part ...
Over a ground floor, retaining intact the industrial memories of an old printing office, a "metal" building was erected to accommodate three different activities: a restaurant on the first floor, a gallery and office on the second and the owner's residence on the third.
Wanderlust is a left-field and totally experimental boutique hotel set to draw madcap voyagers and curious travellers to its doorstep. Located in Little India, Singapore – a bustling cultural enclave where Indian immigrants once settled, and the building was originally an old school built it 1920’s.
The LN-CC (Late Night Chameleon Café) is a new concept in shopping and leisure. The brainchild of friends, Dan Mitchell and John Skelton, this ex-boxing gym in Dalston, East London, has been transformed into an avante-garde entertainment and retail space by set designer, Gary Card.
London based architects and interior designs, SHH are responsible for the redesigning and rebranding of the ground and first floor eateries at the Barbican Centre. They are now known as The Barbican Foodhall on the waterfront and The Barbican Lounge on the upper level.