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Mexican architects CheremSerrano designed the La Nonna restaurant in Mexico City. La Nonna is an Italian restaurant located in La Condesa. This project was made in collaboration with DMG architects. The design premise was to liberate the plan so the restaurant could take the most advantage of the 200 square meters local. The restaurant fuses […]
Stunning interiors can be found all over. Eight redwood timber columns dominate the interiors and continue up to the ceiling to create an imposing atmosphere. Designed and owned by well-known designer Steven Volpe, the loft situated on 355 Bryant St, San Francisco, California, displays surprising 18? ceilings that draw natural light in and allow the […]
The open plan living room with rustic elements (beams and bricks) creates a highly welcoming environment for having friends over. After all, who can resist a fresh, spacious loft, conveniently situated in a beautiful historic building and tastefully displaying exposed beams, a lovely chimney, lavish cuisine, tasteful arrangements and views of Gothenburg’s red and green […]
Seen on Plataforma Arquitectura, the house was designed based on functional and simple lines. This beautiful home comes from architects Damian Cyryl Kotwicki and is located in Warsaw, Poland, on a site of 560 square meters. A mix of brick, wood and concrete gives the residence a warm and appealing appearance. There is also a […]
This award winning home was designed by Archimania and has this exceptional ‘one of its kind’ quality. The interior possesses a lot of wood features and this always warms a space, making it inviting. And it’s never a bad option to open up the space with large windows. The minimal, modern staircase plays an important […]
Conceived as a compact and low maintenance residence for a retired couple in Cottesloe, Western Australia, was designed by Bates Smart Architects. The Salvado Street Residence is a modernist inspired beach home with a clear and rational design to suit the needs of its occupants which breaks with its suburban context of 1970’s brick and […]