Tag Refurbishment

Henley Halebrown, De Beauvoir Block

22-10-2018

Henley Halebrown, De Beauvoir Block

RIBA London Award 2018 winner De Beauvoir Block in London is by UK architecture practice Henley Halebrown, who came up with new workspaces for creative businesses in this characteristic semi-industrial terrace, also adding a central external courtyard and rooftop studios.

Olson Kundig: Jim Olson’s personal refuge in Longbranch

17-10-2018

Olson Kundig: Jim Olson’s personal refuge in Longbranch

Jim Olson is an architect who grew up near Seattle, where his studio Olson Kundig is now based, who has a particular interest in the history of his family. The family’s cabin in Longbranch has been transformed over the years to offer a comfortable retreat far removed from the noise and bustle of the city

Torinostratosferica Utopian Hours, City Making in Turin

17-10-2018

Torinostratosferica Utopian Hours, City Making in Turin

From 19 to 21 October 2018, the city of Turin will turn into Torinostratosferica for the second edition of the first City Making festival in Italy.

AZABACHE by A-001 Taller de Arquitectura

12-10-2018

AZABACHE by A-001 Taller de Arquitectura

The renovation of an existing building located in the northern part of Mexico City by Mexican studio A-001 Taller de Arquitectura has led to the creation of eight residential units that focus on shared spaces.

Fiandre and Zanutta SpA for the Friuli School of Mosaic

12-10-2018

Fiandre and Zanutta SpA for the Friuli School of Mosaic

The chimney flue at the Friuli School of Mosaic has become a significant urban landmark: a gigantic mosaic sculpture by artist Giulio Candussio created with the students at the school, with the support of Iris Ceramica Group brand Fiandre and partner Zanutta SpA.

Egue y Seta, Un-lofting Almogavers

10-10-2018

Egue y Seta, Un-lofting Almogavers

The creative duo Daniel Pérez and Felipe Araujo from Catalan-based multidisciplinary design firm Egue y Seta have crafted an interior in Barcelona where the open space makes room for a more private division.

SALT of Palmar, a hotel complex reborn in sustainable key

04-10-2018

SALT of Palmar, a hotel complex reborn in sustainable key

The relaunch of an existing hotel complex reinterpreted by the architect Jean Francois Adam and the designer Camille Walala in terms of architecture and content paves the way for a new take on your holiday experience for tourism that focuses on the surroundings and the local population.

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