The purpose of this interior redesign for a recently built townhouse was to extract the maximum potential from the building characteristics, increasing both its functional capacity and the quality of its use.
At the origin of the project, a ”shoebox house”. A modest small one-storey house, built in the 1920s, which has a facade as prosaic as its interior spaces. As an architect, the main challenge of the project is to know if this type of house …
The objective of the project was the complete renovation and redesign of a bourgeois apartment located in downtown Budapest. During the design process, a clear and fresh layout was planned from a maze-like, narrow and dark property with its aim to be used as a short- and also long term rental apartment.
The Austin Mid-Century Ranch is a creative collaboration between renowned Austin design firm Mark Ashby Design and Rick +Cindy Black Architects. Built in 1955, characterized by its low-slung roof, brick exterior and pitched ceilings, the house had not been renovated or maintained in its sixty years.
The Madrid Loft project consists in building a house inside of a house, which means that it is more similar to the process of building a single-family house than an interior rehabilitation.
This vacation apartment, overlooking the beautiful beach and the urban views of Tel Aviv, was built in the late 1990s and hasn’t been renovated since. The owners, a couple with two young children, live in London and come to visit Israel a few times a year.