With the preservation of some old elements in the interior and a clever reuse of materials we have recreated our client’s desire for an industrial home –Apartment Under the Roof – one that can be found in any of the world’s metropolises.
A house from the 1960s designed originally by Noy Pedro Architects was purchased and used by its owners as a home office. The building was extensively renovated while maintaining the original design.
Imagine a café, a reading room, a bookstore and a coffee roasting company all located in a refurbished former milk bar. The idea to create a place that would meet various needs of book lovers and coffee enthusiasts was a consequence
The monochrome hexagon tile combines the entrance hall with a bathroom with a single carpet and emphasizes the length of the apartment. The laundry room is located in the entrance area of the bathroom, behind the facades of the built-in closets.
The Pushka apartment demonstrates a contemporary and concise approach to the architectural design. If you love monochrome interiors that contain numerous constructive elements, this place is a perfect match for you.
Designed by Wanda Ely Architect, St Clarens house was conceived to embody the identity of a young, active family. The house has 213 square meters and is located in Toronto, Canada. The client, an industrial designer, expressed an appreciation for the weight and texture of materials and a deep concern for ergonomic design. Drawing from this […]