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Residential Apartment in Barclona by Bole reference projects | Manufacturer references

Work on the apartment near the Diagonal Mar park with spectacular sea views from the eighteenth floor was completed in August 2016. The layout of the apartments did not quite fit the new owners, and the designer, architect and builders faced the task of reconstructing the apartment's premises to ensure the most comfortable stay of the owner and his bride during the Barcelona vacation. The mood of the interior is set by a LiveEdge floor of solid Oak Natural, the boards of which repeat the natural lines of the living tree. Everything in the interior contributes to the penetration of light rays: glass and steel structures, mirrors, rhythmic shutters, furniture on thin legs and decor objects. Over the sofa in the living room are the canvases from the collection of Stones contemporary Spanish artist Jon Errazu. The master bathroom and the bedroom are joined by a glass shower enclosure, from which, relaxing under an artificial waterfall, the hosts can admire the view of the city and mount… continue

Nulla Vale House and Shed by MRTN Architects | Detached houses

To reach Nulla Vale you continue driving past Tullamarine Airport for an hour. Just past the airport the landscape changes from tract housing to pastoral land and small rural communities. Dotted along the drive are old agricultural outbuildings and early settler dwellings. Simple structures, almost primitive, that are part of the landscape. Nostalgia for this connection between land and building was the guiding principle for our Nulla Vale House and Shed. Much of Nulla Vale is ‘granite country’ a landscape that is both beautiful and harsh. A landscape created through geological conditions over millions of years and by land clearing and grazing. The granite outcrops created by the erosion of soft rocks leaving the hard igneous granite exposed. The site a 300-acre parcel of pastoral land that is dotted with granite outcrops and the occasional gum tree. Our clients are intending to eventually build their full time home on this land. But to begin with they asked for a place to be abl… continue

Residential Apartment41 by Bole | Manufacturer references

Madison has a harmony feature of the Renaissance architecture, bringing to the nobleness and sustainability of the building blocks the luxury and elegance in the interior spaces. Each apartment has an area of 64m2 - 109m2 with maximized views which help residents enjoy themselves in such a busy space of the magnificent center, and draw nature closer to the resident’s home. Delicate on one side, frank on the other, the undeniable charm of the apartment is flawlessly tied together by our lusciously dark flooring, complementing the perfect fit of the furnishings with a tastefully offbeat curvature. Novaland Group Architects: Kaze Interior Design Studio Vinaplace Vietnam continue

Residential Apartment41 by Bole reference projects | Manufacturer references

Madison has a harmony feature of the Renaissance architecture, bringing to the nobleness and sustainability of the building blocks the luxury and elegance in the interior spaces. Each apartment has an area of 64m2 - 109m2 with maximized views which help residents enjoy themselves in such a busy space of the magnificent center, and draw nature closer to the resident’s home. Delicate on one side, frank on the other, the undeniable charm of the apartment is flawlessly tied together by our lusciously dark flooring, complementing the perfect fit of the furnishings with a tastefully offbeat curvature. Novaland Group Architects: Kaze Interior Design Studio Vinaplace Vietnam continue

Chaoyang Future School by Crossboundaries | Schools

<b>*No fixed chairs and tables but user-controlled, modular furniture. No teacher-centric podiums and blackboards but stimulating, collaborative work and learning spaces. To embody its namesake, the Chaoyang Future School by Crossboundaries has to work differently. That means it has to think differently.*</b> Chaoyang Future School, in Beijing, is the latest iteration of Peking University’s pedagogic model for China’s future creators, in their continued exploration with Crossboundaries to manifest places and spaces that embody their collective vision. The large 26,000m² renovation of an existing educational campus built in the 1980s completely reassesses the landscape, façade and interior. It uses color to negotiate from the urban scale to the human, and multifunctionality to assist both guided and passive learning. Densely arranged, the existing campus mirrored its tight urban surroundings. Inside its six buildings, faceless corridors were lined with rooms lacking identity o… continue

Zhengtong BMW Museum by Crossboundaries | Shop interiors

A museum of vintage BMWs opened at the end of 2016 in Beijing, China. Crossboundaries’ design for the gallery space brings forth the exclusiveness of the cars while it references the Chinese collector with a local touch. The museum exhibition starts on the 3rd floor. Entering through an inviting, almost two floorshigh and bright area, passing the reception zone, whose vertical surfaces are accentuated with horizontal lighting strips interpreting the motion of speed, the visitor is being absorbed into a lower, more cozy “transitional” lounge. Through layers of red fabric in the imitation of a Chinese gate, the exhibition opens up behind.The exhibition area is subdivided into different zones with diverse qualities, some of display and some of lounging. White, light and slightly transparent fabric banners are hung from the open ceiling on this floor. While the fabric’s verticality reduces the high ceiling to a more human scale, the vast amount of white textile surfaces indicat… continue