Jeff Jordan adds light and storage to Jersey City home using pine interiors

July 25, 2017 Eleanor Gibson 0

Custom-made pinewood cabinetry and white marble walls feature in this 19th-century row house in New Jersey, which has been overhauled by local studio Jeff Jordan Architects. Jeff Jordan Architects renovated the four-storey Wayne Street Row House in Jersey City to create bright and airy interiors with plenty of daylight. Among the studio’s challenges was placing windows, as neighbouring

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Feix & Merlin remodels warehouse home on the banks of London’s River Thames

July 23, 2017 Alice Morby 0

London studio Feix & Merlin lowered the floors and raised the ceiling inside this former warehouse to transform it from a cramped apartment into a spacious open-plan residence. The apartment is located within an old grain store on the banks of the River Thames in Rotherhithe, southeast London. Before their refurbishment, Feix & Merlin – made up

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House-shaped frame encloses dining area in compact Hong Kong apartment

July 22, 2017 Alyn Griffiths 0

Local practice MNB Design Studio has refurbished an apartment in Hong Kong, adding a house-shaped wooden frame to section off the dining area. MNB Design Studio was asked by two young artists to update the interior of their 70-square-metre apartment in a high-rise block looking out across the city’s Tai Wai area. The studio introduced

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10 contemporary homes that integrate arched doorways, windows and nooks

July 21, 2017 Trudie Carter 0

This week’s roundup from our Pinterest boards focuses on home interiors that feature arched openings – from an Arts and Crafts-inspired Melbourne house to a renovated Barcelona apartment. Vault Beach House, USA, by Johnston Marklee Johnston Marklee carved arches into the facades of this California beach house to frame sea views. The form is carried throughout the

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Arhitektura DOO refurbishes Edvard Ravnikar’s 1960s modernist apartment in Ljubljana

July 21, 2017 Natashah Hitti 0

Slovenian studio Arhitektura DOO has refurbished a small apartment located in one of Ljubljana’s famed towers designed by architect Edvard Ravnikar in the 1960s. The renovation project, named Life After Madrid, saw Arhitektura DOO’s Aleš Gabrijelčič and Kaja Todorovič transform their own one-bedroom apartment into a minimalist space with stark white walls and doors, stainless-steel

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Matter curates show home at The Standish condominiums in Brooklyn

July 20, 2017 Dan Howarth 0

New York design showroom and gallery Matter has outfitted a model apartment in a historic Brooklyn Heights hotel undergoing conversion into residences. Matter selected and styled the furniture and accessories for one of 29 condos inside the 12-storey building that once housed the Standish Arms Hotel, completed by local architect FS Lowe in 1903. Developers

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RCR Arquitectes uses Neolith sintered stone to create watercolour surfaces for Albert Adrià’s new restaurant

July 20, 2017 Amy Frearson 0

Dezeen promotion: Pritzker Prize-winning studio RCR Arquitectes worked with Neolith sintered stone to create the colour-washed walls and surfaces inside the new restaurant of former elBulli head chef Albert Adrià. RCR Arquitectes teamed up with architect Pau Llimona to create the watercolour-patterned interior of Enigma, which opened earlier this year in Barcelona. The brief from Adrià was to create a space that

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This New Contemporary House Surrounded By Trees Overlooks A Woodland Pond

July 19, 2017 Erin 0

Photography by Keith Isaacs   Architecture firm in situ studio, have designed a new modern house that’s surrounded by the forest and overlooks a pond in Matthews, North Carolina.   Photography by Keith Isaacs At the front of the home there’s a covered walkway from the garage to a side entry, while a paved pathway leads to the […]

The Park House By tenfiftyfive

July 19, 2017 Erin 0

Photography by Christine Francis   Architecture studio tenfiftyfive have recently completed an addition to an old heritage house in Melbourne, Australia.   Black steel windows that project away from the timber facade of the extension create a strong visual contrast. Photography by Christine Francis At the rear of the house there’s an outdoor space for indoor/outdoor […]

Un.Box Studio converts neglected stone building into progressive Austin hostel

July 18, 2017 Jenna McKnight 0

American firm Un.Box Studio has transformed historic structures in Austin into a high-design hostel that is meant to serve as an alternative to pricey boutique hotels. Located near the city’s Downtown district, the Native Hostel and Bar & Kitchen occupy a two-storey stone building dating to the 1890s and a brick warehouse that was added

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Nendo designs Tokyo store interior to look like “melted ice cream cake”

July 18, 2017 Lucy Wildsmith 0

Stacked soil walls resemble layers of cake in this chocolate and ice cream shop in Kichijoji, Tokyo, designed by Japanese studio Nendo. Glace et Chocolat has been designed as a sister store to adjoining patisserie À Tes Souhaits!. The interior features striped soil walls of varying tones, made to appear like a cut ice cream cake with layers of different

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White Oaks House By BARC Architects

July 17, 2017 Erin 0

Photography by Justin Foulkes   BARC Architects were asked by their clients, a professional couple with a love of architecture and interior design, to create a family house that was simple yet bold, would encourage outdoor living and maximize their garden views.   The exterior of the home, which is located in Plymouth, England, is […]