La Belle Équipe, a Thai boxing hall located in the 10th arrondissement of Paris, stylishly designed by Spray Architecture. Team : Chloe Kessler (architect), Johanne Achard (graphic designer), Martin Blanchard (designer), Iso DECOBAT (construction) Illustration © Thibaut Rassat Photos © Jelena Stajic, Chloe Kessler, La Belle Équipe
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This apartment has been designed by its owner and designer Pawel Nastanski. It’s located in Warsaw, Poland.
This modern, bright and very stylish apartment, located in Prahan, Australia has been designed by studio four.
This rural residence outside Melbourne by architects Studio Four. Black-stained timber clads the entire exterior, while each window has dark-tinted glass intended to reflect the surrounding landscape. All windows are full height to maximise daylight into the house, while concrete floors and thick block walls help to hold in the heat.
Richard Neutra Austrian American architect is best known for his californian villas’ design. He was famous for the attention he gave to defining the real needs of
This amazing townhouse is located in Landskrona, Sveden. The narrow site is sandwiched between very old neighboring buildings. Three thin slabs are projected into the open volume, softly dividing its functions. The continuous interior space is opening up to the street, to an intimate garden, and to the sky. Clever urban infill design by Swedish architectural firm Elding Oscarson .
This house is located in Kita Kamakura, Japan. The main problem to create appealing living space was uneven land. This house has been designed by Suppose Design Office.
Maxwan Architects designed a contemporary conversion of an old barn in Geldermalsen, The Netherlands. The clients bought and old barn and their wish was to create an open living-kitchen space, where they would be able to host their guests and organize wine tasting sessions for their customers.
The Koya No Sumika, designed by Japanese studio mA-style Architects, is an extention for a young couple added to the west side of a family house and is connected to the main building by a glass and timber passageway.