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By Magaly • Jan 31, 2018
This colorful and vibrant apartment has been designed by the design firm of Cristiana Vannini, a recognized designer and resident of the city of Milan, Italy. The fact that the small space is an explosion of bright colors that transmit energy is undeniable.
The spaces are full of light and with a very modern style where the completely open spaces coexist in perfect harmony while its colors are mixed. We’ll find white walls and wooden floors, as well as large windows that allow light to enter and fill the spaces and give it life.
The kitchen, a pleasant and modern space of white furniture and stainless steel countertop that provides an elegant touch, is perfect for preparing meals with family and friends. At its side, the modern dining room awaits to enjoy those little moments.
The corridor with white walls, between which the doors leading to the bathroom and the bedroom are hidden, maintains the same style that we find in the rest of the apartment.
The bathroom is decorated with small mosaics that have been distributed in a linear way, combining once again bright and vibrant colors to give joy and life to each of the spaces.
By Magaly • Jan 31, 2018
This house has wonderful panoramic views from all of its rooms, an undeniable privilege that automatically turns it into a special place. It has wooden shutters that slide adjusting to the position of the sun, providing privacy as well as shade, filtering the intense rays of the sun that pass through its windows.
It has been designed by the architectural firm Golany Architects, led by the architects Yaron Golany and Galit Golany, and is located in Tel-Aviv, Israel. Completed in 2016, the home occupies a total ground area of 200 meters of the lot’s total 500 square meters.
The installed lattices block the views towards the interior and maintain privacy while allowing those inside the opportunity to enjoy the landscape from the comfortable interior. Windows and doors are recessed to improve climate control, creating intermediate spaces in the shaded areas out of doors. Even during the hot summer days, these measures keep the house cool and pleasant.
It was a challenge to design this residence and maintain visual continuity from the site to the horizon. The residence is designed on two floors, conserving meters of outdoor area and allowing the outdoor space to breathe. Both the house and the garden are level to obtain optimal view distance, fusing with the surrounding landscape.
By Magaly • Jan 30, 2018
This wonderful Victorian house with lush gardens is located in Albert Park, Victoria, Melbourne, a beautiful city in Australia. The wonderful façade, in an elegant Victorian style of red bricks, contrasts brilliantly with the white details of its doors and windows as well as its typical railing, creating a striking set.
The project plans included an intention to harmonize the relationship between the house, the studio, and the garden. The roofs were raised, the points of view were framed, and the spaces were simplified, and all of this gave way to the black and white result that followed.
This project was carried out in 2015 by the architectural studio Hindley & Co, who managed to create a space full of warmth and comfort. These are spaces full of an elegant simplicity where each detail connects with the rest, weaving perfectly harmonized ideas together.
The living-dining room and kitchen areas are done in light and dark colors that mix and create a light atmosphere.
The bedroom has a wonderful fireplace that, without a doubt, is the protagonist of this space.
The existing gardens offered discord to the inhabitants. By redesigning it and selecting perspectives, outdoor spaces now show their best face.
Impressive Structure Designed to House Students of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Michigan
By Magaly • Jan 30, 2018
The Alfred Taubman Wing is a 36,000 square foot expansion built for the College of Architecture and Urban Planning at the University of Michigan. It was designed by the American architectural firm Preston Scott Cohen, which is based in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The project was completed in 2017 and is located in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA.
The architectural firm was presented with a very clear challenge, that of balancing the creation of a vast expansion that would extend from the existing architecture as well as act like a center of circulation for all students and faculty.
The exterior structure is done in an earthy gray color and a modern style, with a roof characterized by jagged lines. The lower level has a length of clear glass walls, so that light flows in and the lines between indoor and outdoor are blurred.
The interior is spacious and luminous, with a ceiling pierced by lines of skylights that allow natural light to flow in, so that the interior is easily illuminated in such a way that energy is saved and the structure’s carbon footprint is reduced. The 36,000 square foot structure includes a multi-purpose common area, a studio, a classroom, faculty offices, student lounges, and labs.
Blue House is a contemporary home located in Dartmouth Park, a district in north London, England, United Kingdom. It was designed by the Notting Hill based architectural firm De Rosee Sa, and completed in 2015. The property covers a total ground area of nearly 170 square meters, or over 1,800 square feet.
The clients had previously resided in the upper maisonette of this house, and when their downstairs neighbors decided to leave, they completed the purchase of the ground floor, greatly increasing the ground area of their home. To help unite the two spaces, they enlisted De Rosee Sa, and to return it to its original function as a three storey townhouse.
The first challenge the architectural firm tackled was increasing the proportions of the interior spaces in order to give the house an enhanced sense of space and grandeur. In order to do this, the low floor to ceiling height of the first floor was modified, in order to increase the spaces and give the rooms more luminosity.
The interior décor is done in a muted color palette consisting of different shades of gray against rich wooden floors. Some darker pieces add touches of contrast, such as the fireplace in the living room and a dark wooden table in the bedroom, making the spaces feel more dynamic.
By Magaly • Jan 29, 2018
This wonderful addition to an existing red clay brick house, typical of this area, not only changed the interior of the structure by adding a modern and wonderful space, but also changed its exterior, which resulted in a completely different look for the outer look of the home.
The design was carried out by Natalie Dionne, Ariane Côté-Bélisle, Martin Laneuville, and Corinne Deleers, who form part of the team at the architectural studio Natalie Dionne Architecture, and is located in the city of Montreal, Canada. It covers a total ground area of 2,130 square feet and was carried out in 2017 as part of a project of reconfiguration of internal and external divisions, as well as an application of the idea of integrating two black volumes in juxtaposition. The existing architecture is improved and transformed into the modern lifestyle, thus fulfilling the aspirations of its inhabitants.
The addition of BLACK BOX II is covered with large plates of iridescent black fiber cement board, with a perforated pattern. Inside, oak paneling covers the walls and roof of the shed, while a latticework of western red cedar covers the bedroom.
Keeping a part of the heritage of the past, the original oak floor of the dining room has been preserved and has been restored. The kitchen island, made of solid oak, is located in the center of this space, and serves as an altar to daily rituals.
The architects sought to maintain an adequate balance between the new and the old to create a coherent whole, preserving the authenticity of the existing details.
In the District 8 of the elegant and dreamy city of Paris, one of the most distinguished and glamorous districts of the city, is this luxurious Hotel, the Hôtel du Collectionneur Arc de Triomphe – Paris. It welcomes visitors and tourists each and every day as they arrive in the city in search of fun, recreation, and to enjoy its numerous museums and places full of charm and glamour.
Paris is a culturally rich city, L’Hotel du Collectionneur Arc de Triomphe will surely please its guests, no matter how diverse their desires are. Luxury boutiques, trendy cafes, art galleries, museums and business centers surround this elegant hotel. Its interior is characterized by an Art Deco style, while the must-see attractions such as the Eiffel Tower enhance the exterior of the property.
It has 473 rooms and suites that offer guests elegant lodging in an Art Deco style. 88 executive rooms and 59 suites include access to an executive lounge, where entertainment, relaxation, and delicious French refreshments are always available.
If your plans are to travel to the wonderful city of love, do not forget to plan a stay at this hotel, as it will surely be the perfect complement to your plans and will leave you wanting to return.
By Magaly • Jan 25, 2018
Located in a steep and narrow hillside of the famous city of Beverly Hills, in Los Angeles, California, USA, this project presented a series of significant technical challenges in terms of time restraints and the maximum envelope of the building. The design solution was to organize the house and the complex as an extended and attenuated experience that provided a sense of grace and space despite the restrictions.
The owners’ wishes were to create an oasis that focused more on the feeling of intimacy and introspection instead of maximizing views or presenting an extroverted face to the neighborhood.
The main structure has been designed on two levels traced along the north-south axis and houses most of the interior spaces. The garage is located at the southern end of the house, where most private areas are located, including the gym.
The entrance was designed to create a sense of retreat into a private environment, leaving the cars and the working world of Los Angeles behind.
In the middle, a pool patio and gardens occupy the heart of the site.
A small light-filled structure functions as a project studio, and a guest house is located at the north end of the site.
By Magaly • Jan 25, 2018
This recent renovation of a flat in a 1980s building, and located in the city of Bigorrilho, Curitiba, Brazil, was carried out by the architectural firm Mário Sampaio. The apartment covers an area of 130 square meters, and is a space which has been renovated but, at the request of the client, preserved in its ground area. Only the living rooms were integrated to create a comfortable TV room for the enjoyment of the family.
A new element of transparent laminated plywood has been used, which is the articulating link of the intimate and social parts, with multiple functions: the aesthetic, because it brings a new aspect to the architecture of the place, transforming it; and the functional, because it covers both the exposed beams from the internal circulation as well as the irregularity of the room that remains after the demolition of two walls, an intermediate column, and the sliding door rail that isolates the intimate social area.
It also has two cabinets that have been reused from the previous owner’s apartment, and which have been adapted and painted for the new decoration.
In all the social areas, in contrast to the wooden element, polished concrete was used for the floors. This same material has also been applied both on the walls and on the counter top.
By Magaly • Jan 24, 2018
The city of Merida, the vibrant capital of the Mexican State of Yucatan, is the location of this simple and modern construction, which covers an area of 270 square meters. It was designed by the architect Roberto Ramírez Pizarro of the architectural firm R79 in the year 2016.
“When nature prevails over construction,” was the premise for the design, and the marked line that led the firm to make this office complex in the north of the city. It covers an area 10 meters wide by 29 meters deep, just one block from one of the main and busiest avenues in the city.
The plan consisted of superimposing the two bodies that make up the construction in such a way that they “trapped” the trees, and at the same time created a small alley towards the outside.
The design is dominated by light shades of white and beige, with some accents in black and wood as well.
A first volume in black glass, which gives an air of elegance to the construction, receives us on the left side, its polished surface reflecting the preexisting vegetation as well as the new area that has been planted. The transparencies invite us to the interior and unite the interior with the exterior in a natural way and without interruptions. The complex houses two companies, one for Design and Advertising and another for Architecture.
By Magaly • Jan 24, 2018
This modern structure serves as a beach house in Torre de la Horadada, a town located on the coast of the Mediterranean Sea, in Spain. The home was completed by the Spanish architectural firm Laura Ortín Arquitectura in 2017, and covers a total ground area of 90 square meters.
The project consisted of the renovation and expansion of the family’s holiday residence. Torre de la Horadada, the coastal town where the home is located, was once a fishermen’s village that slowly became a tourist destination, and so it was the perfect location in which to have a holiday villa.
The home has a modern structure that sets it apart from the surrounding homes, making it stand out from the rest due to its shape and height. This architectural feature is reflected on the inside, where the ceiling has an irregular shape that is very unique and attractive. The interior is luminous and done with an open plan, with a strong contrast between stark white walls and rich wood paneling.
The uppermost level is cozy, with rich wood paneled walls and sparse furnishings. Blue wire railings allow this space to look down upon the living room and kitchen. The bedrooms are done in a predominantly white décor, enhancing their luminosity.