Loft in Porquera de los Infantes by Jesús Castillo Oli Arquitecto

Searching for some new projects to post I found this amazing ruin that looks abandoned, but if you look closer you see its not, just like House of Ruins by NRJA posted in February. Jesús Castillo Oli Arquitecto created a cozy home inside this ugly ruin located in Porquera de los Infantes, Palencia, Spain. Photos by Ángel Baltanás Read more […]
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Arribeños 3182 by Adamo-Faiden

Adamo-Faiden have just completed their latest project Arribeños 3182 in Nuñez, Buenos Aires. The project is composed by three different kinds of habitable cells organized in two blocks, linked by a void that establishes the connection with the street. I just love the clean and luminous interiors with a bit of loft style. Via dezeen Read more […]
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NOHO Loft by Slade Architecture

The NOHO Loft, located in New York, was designed by Slade Architecture for an active, young couple with a strong professional interest in photography. In addition to the typical needs, they also wanted a fixed workspace, complete with light table and flat files. The public parts of the project provide a series of specific functional zones while maintaining the open loft design feel. The existing spatial envelope offered beautiful, high ceiling but limited light, as all the windows are located Read more […]
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House K by Tham & Widegård Hansson Arkitekter

The house in Stocksund, Stockholm, is a thin block with cut-outs for light, double-heights and a roof terrace. Tham & Widegård Hansson Arkitekter projected the house so that it appears as if just a line, a wall with a certain depth to fit in space for living. The shallow block provides spaces that can introduce light from several directions. This is enhanced by the two double-heights that also guide views diagonally through the interior. The plan is simple: entrance and stairs fits into one Read more […]
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Jade Jagger for Yoo

Jade Jagger for Yoo is a new concept in residential property. For Jade Jagger, London-based jewelry designer, this is her first condo project in New York. The condos are based on the idea of pods that opens up like jewel boxes to reveal life’s essentials, like the bathroom and kitchen. When closed, they look like modernist sculptures. Read more […]
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Morton Loft by Lot-ek

In the Morton Loft, designed by Lot-ek, a petroleum trailer tank is devised to encapsulate private areas within the apartment. The tank is cut in two sections that enclose intimate functions, leaving the surrounding space undivided and unobstructed. One of the two sections is places horizontally over the living room and contains two sleeping pods. The second section is placed vertically from floor to ceiling and contains two bathrooms stacked on top of each other. Read more […]
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Box Studios by Deborah Berke & Partners

Box Studios is a photography studio specializing in digital retouching and production for fashion photographers, magazines and artists. Their new headquarters is a renovated, three story, 19th century building in New York. Deborah Berke & Partners kept the architecture that distinguishes the studio’s digital technologies with reminders of previous occupants, coordinating the low-tech production spaces with high-tech needs. The building has been organized according to the lighting requirements Read more […]
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