In this loft residence, the shell of the space is articulated by the exposure of its limed brick enclosure and sprinklers and overhead utilities. All added partitions are articulated in a white lacquer panel system by differentiating vocabularies of old and new.
The house is located in the New Leopold Town, the 13th district of Budapest. A mostly Jewish neighbourhood, it was built in the 30’s like the white city in Tel Aviv. The penthouse has a 100 m2 roof terrace facing the Danube and the Rose Hill on the other side of the river
The aim is to enhance this condition, which has now become a desire, with the floor plan of the project being the result of a complete emptying of the Sequence Apartment that organises the domestic space in a unique atmosphere that is compatible with the spatial strategy of the walls of the initial state.
Belgian architecture studio DMOA is dishing out inspiration for small apartment dwellers through the 164-square-foot penthouse studio above their new five-story office building in Leuven, Belgium.
As slender & gracious as a ballet dancer hovering over Edgecliff, ‘Pointe Living’ is elevated above the iconic Sydney Harbour. Shaped with rough rendered walls, curved glass balustrades and double edge concrete beams, this will be LRA’s tallest residential tower overlooking Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Invited by U+I, along with The Manser Practice, to develop a design-led response to the brief, ARD’s approach was to compartmentalise domestic activities to create an efficient, sustainable and harmonious living space.