The owners of this 11 foot wide row Brooklyn house were faced with a conundrum that many young families in New York eventually confront: the possibility of sacrificing location for space. After living in the house for eight years, the pair – architect/Yale critic Aniket Shahane and jewelry designer Blanca Monros Gomez
Smallfry Seafood is an off-beat, inner city fish and chipper with a Japanese twist. This casual venue brings warmth and homeliness to a cold, concrete-filled environment. The design draws upon nostalgic ‘fish shop’ vibes but re-frames them in a modern, textural and immersive space.
The project is a renovation work which has completely changed the distribution and the interior space of a 120 sm apartment built in the 60’s in Varese. The old partition walls and the long corridor have been demolished to give place to three big boxes inside the apartment
The Nest House is a family home tucked away on a large bush block that combines an enviable combination of city views and an acreage lifestyle within the inner-city of Brisbane. The house draws its inspiration from modern roots, expressed through the juxtaposition of heavy vertical and light horizontal planes.
The flat is located in a building from the 20’s. The project included revitalization and partial reconstruction of all rooms. The apartment is furnished with furniture designed and made by Loft Kolasinski: 2 chests of drawers, dining table, coffee table, kitchen table, bed and night tables.
The materialization is answering the desire to recover and/or emphasize the original condition of the traditional style house. A piece of natural terracotta is placed on a running board as the pavement and the walls are stripped to expose the original factory work with all its defects and textures.