Christian Brailey Architects has designed this renovation and addition for a house in England, that transformed a studio flat into a home for an architect and landscape designer duo, Christian Brailey and Faye Johnson. The extension, which is clad in Canadian Douglas Fir slats, forms a new L-shaped space that maximizes the light for the […]
the sprawling ‘devil’s corner’ winery is perched among the rolling hills of tasmania.
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New York practice Bunn Studio has revamped a furniture showroom set in a Renaissance building in Aarhus, Denmark, to look more like an apartment than a store. Designed for Danish cabinet maker Garde Hvalsøe, the showroom houses the brand’s signature handcrafted kitchens and walk-in wardrobes alongside a selection of furnishings. The 600-square-metre space is split
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the house echoes its gabled neighbors, but is set back from its facade to create an introspective, open-air courtyard.
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Promotion: architect Hadi Teherani has designed a bathroom concept for Axor based on Middle Eastern bathhouses, imagining the room as a place of retreat and holistic cleansing. Teherani designed the concept as part of Axor’s Distinctive project, which presents bathroom ideas from renowned architects as a way of exploring the trend of individualisation. Teherani was
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Australian studio Mim Design has demarcated the Au79 cafe and bar in Melbourne’s Chadstone shopping centre from the surrounding stores using an arched framework instead of solid walls. Set in a corridor between shopfronts, Au79 was designed as a “greenhouse sanctuary” that could offer shoppers a slice of serenity and respite within the bustling retail
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Earthy tones and a wooden table in the shape of a cityscape feature in the Olson Kundig’s first New York office, which was designed with sensitivity to the 100-year-old building it occupies. Located in Midtown Manhattan, the office is spread across the 10th floor of a mid-rise tower constructed in 1923. Olson Kundig – a
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the exhibition spaces tell the story of bob dylan through one hundred thousand rare archived objects.
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No Architects repeated rounded beveled corners, royal blue and numeric details throughout an apartment in Prague, which was informed by two contemporary paintings. The apartment in the Czech capital’s Žižkov district, takes cues from the two modern artworks belonging to the owners – an unnamed piece by Vladimír Houdek and Cesta domů by Josef Bolf.
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An apartment in the middle of Berlin and a home overlooking the Devon countryside feature in this lookbook, which spotlights 10 studies with open-plan layouts. Studies are often relegated to the stuffiest corners of the house, but a more flexible layout means there’s plenty of opportunity to play around with arrangement, privacy and light, often
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