The owner of a 35 square meter flat in Geneva, Switzerland, went to Freaks freearchitects for help when she wanted to refurbish the place. The team was asked to create the largest living space possible within the existing setting.
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This hauntingly beautiful penthouse will redefine your standards of luxury living. Situated in London, at 21 Wapping Lane, and fully refurbished by Amos and Amos Architects, this one of a kind living space will certainly leave a mark on you. Just by looking at these images you can feel the fresh London air filling up your lungs.
When you think “family home”, black and white are definitely not the first colors that come to mind. It’s why using these to create a cozy and friendly ambiance is a challenge and the results are even more interesting this way.
Not exactly tiny but not that spacious either, this apartment is the perfect combination of simple, chic and spectacular. It measures a total of 56 square meters and has an open floor plan. The kitchen and the living room share the same space and the two are beautifully delimited by a kitchen island that matches the window alcove.
Custom-designed for a family in Mumbai, India, this apartment is a masterpiece focused around an exquisite and unique staircase. When Arquitectura en Movimiento Workshop started working on this project, they came up with a well-defined program based on the needs and preferences of each member of the family and each space.
This is a loft that measures a total of 105 square meters, located to the south of Sao Paulo, in a strictly residential neighborhood with buildings dating back to the 80s and 90s. When architect Diego Revollo first laid eyes on it, the apartment had a traditional layout with a ridiculous amount of divisions and separate spaces.