Nobis Hotel

Claesson Koivisto Rune designed, with a holistic attitude, together with a certain amount of eccentricity, the Nobis Hotel, a contemporary 5-star hotel in Stockholm, Sweden. Here is the project description: The extravagant Gold Bar, the French-inspired 24/7 bistro, the generous lounge, the Italian trattoria Caina on the floor below, the relax area clad entirely in marble and the conference section with its original wooden panelling preserved have each been given a distinctly different Read more […]
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Cafe Foam

Swedish designers Note Design Studio projected the interior for Cafe Foam using sheer red curtains and bands of color slashing across the walls and floors. Here is the project inspiration and description: “We want you to create an interior design that people either love or hate and that nobody is indifferent to!” was the conditions given to us by the owner Michael Toutoungi when we started working with Cafe Foam. We began searching for extremes where passion and hate were equally Read more […]
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Casa Barone

WRB transformed an existing summer house on a sloping ground into a property with good sun conditions and flat areas. The house, located in the city Ingarö-Evlinge, east of Stockholm, is mostly dug into the slope, creating a large horizontal platform in ground level. Half of this platform is taken up by the upper floor of the building, the other half remains as open outdoor terrace in direct connection to the kitchen inside. Next to the kitchen is the living area, which, from its elevated Read more […]
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Stockholm’s Royal Opera House Restaurant by Claesson Kovisto Rune

Claesson Kovisto Rune created a new interior for Stockholm’s Royal Opera House without interfering with the ornately decorated 1895 interior, protected as cultural heritage. The strongest architectural component is a series of free-standing, giant, angled mirrors, defining the space and separating the passageway from seated guests. The gold-tinted mirrors are laminated with a film that controls the sector of vision, preventing you from seeing your own face clearly reflected. They also designed Read more […]
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Carema Healthcare Center by TAF

Swedish designers TAF have completed the interior of the Carema Healthcare Centre in Stockholm, Sweden. Carema Healthcare is a vision of feeling better already when you enter. The concept is a stylized patchwork, inspired by bandages, patches and other medical equipment. Photos by Lindman Photography Via dezeen Read more […]
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Alta House by Johannes Norlander

One of Johannes Norlander latest house projects is the Alta house. The house is a 160 square meters and build in a town called Ă„lta, just outside of Stockholm. Johannes Norlander has not only designed the house but also built it through is brand new construction company Norlander Projekt AB. Read more […]
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House K by Tham & Widegĺrd Hansson Arkitekter

The house in Stocksund, Stockholm, is a thin block with cut-outs for light, double-heights and a roof terrace. Tham & Widegĺrd 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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Archipelago Summerhouse by Tham & Videgärd Hansson Arkitekter

A light-weight building in wood and glass, a summerhouse in the Stockholm archipelago, designed by Tham & Videgärd Hansson Arkitekter. A continuous dissolution of space in tree steps. The house is organized in layers, the big rooms expand in open relationship to the wooden deck. As a result of the large glass panes and the prevailing conditions of light, reflections and mirrors like effects come up and add a quality where nature, space and horizon interacts. Read more […]
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