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BUREAU and MARIA, a dynamic home

03-03-2021

BUREAU and MARIA, a dynamic home

BUREAU architectural studio designed MARIA: an apartment that adapts to the owner’s multiple and dynamic requirements with an overall design that differs from all the classic schemes, to be lived in as freely as possible and become a prototype of contemporary living.

Francesca Perani’s urban refuge: creativity with a reduced environmental footprint

04-02-2021

Francesca Perani’s urban refuge: creativity with a reduced environmental footprint

Italian architect Francesca Perani, in the province of Bergamo, planned the conversion of a porch into a 25 square-metre tiny house making bold use of colours and materials. All infused with the clients’ intercultural identity in a fun but practical construction.

Gitai Architects signs off on a sustainable refurbishment in Paris

22-01-2021

Gitai Architects signs off on a sustainable refurbishment in Paris

Gitai Architects explored sustainable housing possibilities with a complete makeover of one of the classic Haussmann apartment buildings in Paris. Their project aims at functional interior design with elegant wooden cabinetry built into the walls.

m12 AD designs Casa NARF - Nautical interior design in a private residence

18-01-2021

m12 AD designs Casa NARF - Nautical interior design in a private residence

Architect Michelangelo Olivieri of the m12 AD architecture studio chose an unusual concept for a residential project recently completed in Puglia. To breathe new life into a two-storey house, the architect was inspired by the nautical world, reinterpreting the interior design of Casa NARF as if the latter were a luxury yacht. The result is a project characterised by essential lines, created using natural materials and with meticulous attention to detail, governed by a scrupulous planning of the spaces and all offering maximum versatility.

The Best of Livegreenblog 2020: Restoration and conversion

30-12-2020

The Best of Livegreenblog 2020: Restoration and conversion

Restoring existing buildings as a sustainable modus operandi occupies a lot of our reportage. With the end of the year upon us, we’ve decided to take a look at our fave restoration and conversion projects that we presented in 2020.

La Cabina de la Curiosidad for an original house

17-12-2020

La Cabina de la Curiosidad for an original house

It’s intriguing how the name of the project by young architects Marie Combette and Daniel Moreno Flores in Ecuador, La Cueva della Mini Bestia, which translates as The Cave of the Tiny Beast, riffs off the name of their studio. The project involves restoring, or rather building, a small house in Quito for a couple and their dog.

Iosa Ghini Associati interior design of the Brickell Flatiron in Miami

25-11-2020

Iosa Ghini Associati interior design of the Brickell Flatiron in Miami

Miami’s tallest residential skyscraper, the Brickell Flatiron, has an Italian heart: the interiors of the spacious luxury residences with top quality furnishings and finishes are designed by Italian architect Massimo Iosa Ghini’s studio, Iosa Ghini Associati. The building designed by architect Luis O. Revuelta contains 549 residential units and a spa on the top floor, the 64th, suspended 224 metres above the ground. The building’s curved shapes translate into spacious floor plans for the residences, which include apartments with 1 to 5 bedrooms, penthouses and townhomes.

DROO Architecture revisits the classic London bow window with VI Castle Lane

23-11-2020

DROO Architecture revisits the classic London bow window with VI Castle Lane

In the heart of London, between Buckingham Palace and Westminster, British firm DROO Architecture - headed up by architects Michel da Costa Gonçalves and Amrita Mahindroo - has revisited an iconic element of English architecture: the bow window. With residential project VI Castle Lane, the architects have managed to insert a building that openly declares its modernity into a historical and protected context. In doing so, they have garnered the Architecture MasterPrize 2020 for the Residential Architecture - Multi Unit category.

Kirsten Schwalgien, award-winning interior in a historical setting in Barcelona

19-11-2020

Kirsten Schwalgien, award-winning interior in a historical setting in Barcelona

German interior designer Kirsten Schwalgien has transformed the ground floor of listed local gem Casa Burés—one of the best examples of Modernist architecture in Barcelona’s Eixample district and designed in 1905 by Francesc Berenguer—into a state-of-the-art residential loft. The LoftBuresQ project also won the German Design Award.

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