The Chelsea Pied-à-Terre Apartment is an East Coast home for a professional couple who permanently reside in Vancouver, British Columbia. Prior to the renovation, the post-war layout had a cramped enclosed kitchen isolated from the windowed living area.
The project consists of the interior reform of a former gatekeeper residence, located on the roof of a building in the Barcelona district Gracia. Enjoying a privileged location overlooking the neighboring buildings and surrounded by a large terrace, this apartment showed serious deficiencies such as its small size of 38 m2.
Architect Brad Swartz redefined what a small apartment could achieve with the refurbishment project on his tiny space in Darlinghurst. This 27 square metre apartment is designed to comfortably accommodate a couple.
The owners of an old high-ceilinged typical parisian style workshop asked FREAKS to design a punctual living space that could evolve according to their different activities all through the day. FREAKS freearchitects turned the old workshop into a minimal and flexible flat, called La Tournette.
One of the requests of this case is to create a fashionable, modern, and a mild luxurious way of socializing and life for the hostess. The space need to be comfortable for living, while being suitable for entertaining friends on weekends or holidays. In that case, the hostess could hold their dreamy salons while enjoying drinking with her friends.
The Valencian Loft is an innovation by Pepe Cabrera where your second residence is in the heart of the city. This Valencian Loft is located in the social hotspot of Valencia, an area alive with character and culture.