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A slender swimming pool runs along one side of this concrete house in western Austria by Marte.Marte Architects, offering bathers views towards the Rhine Valley.Feldkirch-based practice Marte.Marte Architects designed the concrete house and pool for a sloped site overlooking the valley, which lies between the Austrian state of Vorarlberg and the Swiss canton of St Gallen.
The aim is a striking, graphic, minimal space offset with polished brass archways ribboning around the store to highlight the colourful, feminine collections. The textured render of the store front frames large glass panels offering maximum sight lines into the store.
Designed by Lucas y Hernández-Gil, H71 is 200sqm apartment set on the border between Madrid‘s museum precinct in Paseo del Prado and the Barrio de las Letras (Literary Quarter), the model of the ancient city.
The Stella Collective has transformed a Melbourne‘s inner city cafe into a true celebration of coffee and imagination. In its previous life, the space had been a cramped and dark city canteen in need of some serious love.
Located on the first floor of La Maison du Danemark is Copenhague, a more formal restaurant where Chef Andreas Moller prepares unique Scandinavian specialties. Now one of the most popular restaurants in Paris, Copenhague offers creative cuisine, spectacular views and a fit-out that’s to die for! Unlike Flora Danica, Copenhague is draped in darker, more intense colours and textures.
With a design concept taken from the store’s name, Endpiece is an optical store in Seoul, South Korea, designed by WGNB, in which the real hero is the hyper-scale chunky knitted wall. The best part? The wall isn’t just a pretty, just-cause gesture – but rather links closely to Endpiece’s brand identity.
Kuvasz house is set on top of a dune in the forest of Carilo, an area with few neighbors in front of an un-plotted forest reserve. From a conceptual point, Kuvasz was designed as a path that accompanies and rises to the sand-dune, touching the lot in a few spots, respecting and highlighting the current topography.
Overflowing with neutral tones throughout, the Minimalist Bachelor Apartment will stand out to those who deplore clutter and love free-flowing open spaces with great little design flourishes and features that make for a much more comfortable living environment.
The design is split into three main areas: the entry and reception, CEO’s office and the workspace. The proportions of the grand reception area invites visitors to experience the entry’s contemplative luxury, from stone floors to the curved geometries contrast with the hexagonal floor plate’s sharp edges.
This renovation project by Fala Atelier started with an unconventional request from an open minded couple within a very tight budget – to convert a windowless 200sqm garage in Lisbon into a house. The proposed intervention intends to allow a crystal clear experience of the existing structure, with real emphasis on it’s robustness and strength.