Restrained yet luxurious, the residence is full of subtle character and personality. This begins with the fact that the street-level entrance gives away nothing more than a quaint cottage, with the grandeur of the property revealing itself once inside. Natural stone floors, pale timber cabinetry, white walls and pale joinery serve as an ideal backdrop for showcasing an abundance of artwork, sculptural pieces and statement furniture.
Bolshecoffee Roasters is a minimalist space in a historic building in the center of St. Petersburg, Russia. The project was developed by the architectural bureau AKME. The main aim of the project was to harmoniously pack little space with lots of function: shop, café and cupping area all fit in a small area of 43 square meters. Read More
The region of Karst was once covered with Oak trees that Venetians have extensively used for building up the City on water. They have left the wind to peel off earth revealing limestone grounds. In this landscape the tradition of small, compact, stony and almost windowless houses developed and remained until today. Read More
This project consists in the conversion of an 1880’s apartment into two lofts, located in the Sant Antoni district of Barcelona. A new housing scenery is created by a succession of rooms that connect the street to the courtyard through a system of sliding doors and porticos, reminiscent of the Japanese traditional house. Read More
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