“Detrás del Árbol” (Behind the Tree) From the start, we felt the focal point to this house had to be the tree. It had to be the host that welcomed you to the Nagus house.
From a planning point of view, the villa has a clear and understandable structure. The central part is occupied by the common space of the Living Room, which combines: a sofa area, a dining area and open kitchen.
Conceived as a collection of contemporary farm buildings gathered under one expansive gable roof, the house’s form is immediately provocative of the traditional farming structures that once inhabited the local area.
The owner of this property came to Hoedemaker Pfeiffer looking for a personal retreat inspired by a treasured stone and wood home lost to fire decades earlier in the hills of Appalachia.
In the Urals (Perm), an updated cafe ROLLS CIRCUS has opened. Over the interior worked studio ALLARTSDESIGN (designer Artemy Saranin). The institution is located on the 1st floor and covers an area of 1130ft².
Utilizing only six natural materials and elements: stone, glass, wood, steel, tile and water; this Park Avenue penthouse apartment is being entirely rebuilt from the top down. The entire roof of the building has been raised to make way for the addition of a new mezzanine level.