Tag Refurbishment

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.

Past and future in the present, Vanke Nantou Gallery by Various Associates

13-11-2020

Past and future in the present, Vanke Nantou Gallery by Various Associates

The Chinese studio, Various Associates, has designed the interiors of a refurbishment project in the district of Nantou, Shenzhen, an exhibition gallery of urban memory. The venue tells the story of the past, present and future of the current transformation taking place in what used to be the heart of the Shenzhen metropolis.

Federico Delrosso Villa Alce in Biella: contemporary spaces surrounded by greenery

03-11-2020

Federico Delrosso Villa Alce in Biella: contemporary spaces surrounded by greenery

On the hills outside Biella, Italy, architect Federico Delrosso planned the renovation of a family home built about fifty years ago to plans by architect Boffa Ballaran. The new project features contemporary spaces profoundly linked with the outdoors: a 10,000 square metre park with luxuriant vegetation, including tall trees, the sporting facilities and the distant hills.

h2o architects’ philological renovation of MAM

30-10-2020

h2o architects’ philological renovation of MAM

The interior renovation of the Modern Art Museum in Paris connects the artworks with outdoor spaces via a big new hall

David Chipperfield Architects’ conversion and recovery of a historic complex - Jacoby Studios in Paderborn

28-10-2020

David Chipperfield Architects’ conversion and recovery of a historic complex - Jacoby Studios in Paderborn

The Jacoby Studios complex in Paderborn, in western Germany, was originally a Capuchin monastery, built in the 17th century and converted into a hospital in 1841. David Chipperfield Architects Berlin have reclaimed the historic construction, eliminating the post-war changes and additions, and converted it to provide a new headquarters for the company Tap Holding. The project has been nominated for the 2021 European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture – Mies van der Rohe Award.

Austin Maynard Architects with Union House

27-10-2020

Austin Maynard Architects with Union House

Union House in Brunswick, Melbourne by Austin Maynard Architects is the outcome of close collaboration between the clients – a family of five vibrant and dynamic people with diverse interests – and the architects. This is a case of taking home upwards in a playful embodiment of the spirit of its occupants.

SHIFT, sustainable rehabilitation by Arte Charpentier Architectes

26-10-2020

SHIFT, sustainable rehabilitation by Arte Charpentier Architectes

Arte Charpentier Architectes has refurbished a building that it had designed in the early 1990s. This project has made it possible to bring the building out of its self-imposed isolation and reconnect it with the city, setting up a renewed relationship with the environment around it.

Escenario Alterno 02 by Taller General, an adaptive, sustainable project

20-10-2020

Escenario Alterno 02 by Taller General, an adaptive, sustainable project

The Ecuadorian architecture firm Taller General has created a small but far-reaching project in the historic centre of Quito. This adaptive reuse converting a tiny space into a home for one or two people is both economically and environmentally sustainable.

Faulkner Architects and the creative repurposing of a small barn

16-10-2020

Faulkner Architects and the creative repurposing of a small barn

The US firm Faulkner Architects was commissioned to refurbish and convert a small barn in California. A very delicate project that harnessed the energy of the structure and even retained the smell of the old Douglas Fir commonly used in rural architecture and salvaged from the original construction.

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