New York City is known for being one of the most cosmopolitan cities in the world, always at the forefront in everything. It is perhaps for that reason that we always have high expectations when seeing its avant-garde designs. These two apartments are located in a building designed by one of the most renowned architectural firms – Zaha Hadid Architects.
By Magaly • Apr 20, 2017
This 67 square-foot apartment is located in Vilnius, Lithuania. AKTA Interior Design Firm was in charge of designing its interior in 2016. An apartment of reduced spaces, in which each one of its square meters was perfectly used. The interior is characterized by simplicity, something that, though it cannot add to the space in a physical sense, attempts to avoid reducing it visually.
By Magaly • Apr 19, 2017
This apartment, located in Lisbon, Portugal and dating from the 1930s, was remodeled by Atelier Data Architecture Firm in 2016. Its beautiful terrace, decorated with our enjoyment in mind, has stunning views over the city, as it benefits from the fact that the apartment occupies the top two stories of the building.
Casa Agua is a luxury residence located in Ibiza, Balearic Islands, Spain. It’s available for vacation rentals, as well as use as a space for events, and even film productions.
By Magaly • Apr 5, 2017
When talking about a penthouse in New York, what usually comes to mind is the image of a modern apartment, luxuriously decorated. This apartment, located on Hubert Street in TriBeCa, dates back to 1892 and was remodeled by ODA New York. Although contemporary details have been included in its restoration, certain details of the old building, such as its exposed brick walls, have been preserved to maintain its air of antiquity.
By Magaly • Mar 10, 2017
This project, undertaken by Aleshtar Architectural Office in 2016, is located in Isfahan, Iran. The total area consists of approximately 1,500 m2 and extends over dense forests, with the main construction centered in the middle. Its remodeling took into account the preservation of the trees surrounding the structure. As such, they used a number of different roads around the vast garden that leads from one side of the construction site to the other.