Located in Sydney’s inner-city neighborhood, Surry Hill, this 2,000-square-meter mixed-use apartment building clad in board-form concrete is an undertaking in providing humans with a connection to nature in a dense, urban setting that lacks greenery. Read More
A long and narrow apartment in a preservation listed building on Tel-Aviv’s Rothschild Boulevard was restored by XS Studio for compact design. Read More
This small tower has been built in the historic Krutenau district in Strasbourg, France. The city has some “hollow teeth” – vacant plots that are too small to be of interest to promoters. In exchange for an attractive price, the consultation called for the production of an exemplary building guaranteeing the achievement of high energy performances, the use of bio-sourced materials, and a mixed-purpose project. Read More
Parquet flooring has taken the interior world by storm over the last two years and we too have fallen in love with its rustic and contemporary appearance – we’re only human after all! Read More
This project aims to create a home where you can comfortably live with the minimum furniture. Space is simple, almost natural designed by FuGa Officina dell Architettura. Read More
zaInterior loves projects like those by Italian architectural studio Gosplan. It is a challenge with a limited budget to be able to refurbish “tower house” in which to live a family, the area of the dwelling is also challengin – only 35 m2. Read More
Canadian designer Anne Sophie Goneau hoped to make the most of the 96 square metres space, which is located on the third floor of a 1910 triplex in the Canadian city. Read More
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