Michaelis Boyd designed the 254 individual luxury apartments within the Grade II* Listed Power Station, bringing life back into one of London’s most famous buildings.
This modern urban apartment is 135 m² in size and includes a living room, kitchen, dining area, balcony, 4 rooms, 2 bathrooms, storage room and a small room for the cats.
Designed to house the clients extensive photography collection this space was conceived of as an interpretation of the inner workings of a camera. Studio Collins Weir worked with both architect and client to translate this vision into a warm, inviting interior reflective of the owners personality.
Elena Dobrovolska and DreamDesign studio designed Pechersky apartment in the historical quarters of Kyiv for a family that travels a lot and actively participates in cultural life.
With a signature style of minimalism both in design and life, Huang Jiexin, the designer, perfectly shows the aesthetics of “less is more” in his own minimalist residence.
Boho Studio has completed this charming 86 sqm apartment interior for a young man who is a huge cinema, comics and media art fan. The main idea was to create spacious and welcoming living room.