Architecture Interiors – Interior Design

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Architectural Interiors

e-architect select key examples of Architecture Interiors. We cover completed buildings and new interior designs across the world. The focus is on contemporary interiors.

We have 3 pages of Interior Designs selections with links to hundreds of individual project pages.

Interiors : news + key projects

Contemporary Interiors : recent designs + design profiles

Interior Designs : A-J

Architecture Interiors : K-Z (this page)

Famous Architecture Interiors

Interiors, alphabetical:

Neues Museum, Berlin, Germany
David Chipperfield
Neues Museum
photograph : Ute Zscharnt

Mies van der Rohe Awards 2011 Winner
Stirling Prize shortlist 2010
Built between 1841 and 1859 by the architect Friedrich August Stüler, extensive bombing of Berlin during the Second World War left the building in ruins, with entire sections missing completely and others severely damaged. Few attempts at repair were made after the war, and the structure was left exposed to the elements. In 1997, David Chipperfield Architects – with conservation specialist Julian Harrap – won the international architecture competition for the rebuilding. The building will display almost 9,000 objects over approximately 8,000m².

Roca London Gallery, England
Zaha Hadid Architects
Roca London Gallery
image from architects

The interior is fabulous, functional and flexible, featuring cutting-edge, modern, audiovisual, sound and lighting equipment. This technology provides interaction with the brand and the opportunity to discover the company‟s history, its landmark achievements and the values on which all of Roca‟s work is based: the commitment to sustainability and particularly to innovation, design, wellness and saving water. The Roca London Gallery is intended to be much more than just a display space.

Scottish Parliament, Scotland, UK
Scottish Parliament interior
picture © Adrian Welch
Stirling Prize + Andrew Doolan Award for Architecture, 2005
Controversial Issues such as choice of site, timing, architect (non-scottish), followed by escalating costs (from an unrealistic benchmark), left the design of the Scottish Parliament Building often neglected in the Press. Sir David Steel, Presiding Officer of the Scottish Parliament claimed “This building is the most important to be built in Scotland for 300 years“. Architect Louis Kahn was a strong influence on architect Enric Miralles, the Kimbell Museum building’s vaults specifically for the three tapering vaults of the Debating Chamber ground floor.

Vila Tugendhat, Czech Republic
Mies van der Rohe
Tugendhat Villa Brno
image : Colin Eaton

Fritz and Grete Tugendhat in commissioning Mies and such a piece of architecture showed a great deal of bravery and intelligence. Theirs was a house which at the time of its creation met with much interest and enthusiasm and even scandal. The idea of the house involved a denial of the traditional concept which regarded the house as functional units distinctly separated from one another. Here emphasis was placed on the significance of space and those spaces inter linking and of their relationship with each other and their outside spaces. Unlike bourgeois compartmentalised this building celebrated dynamic continuity arising from an uninterrupted flow with areas or ‘rooms’, delineated by way of screens or columns. Other devices used to denote, or suggest spaces were the free standing red onyx wall and the semicircular in plan wall at the dining space using Makassar ebony. Curtains and placement of specially designed furniture also defined spaces.

Key Architectural Interiors

Interior Designs, alphabetical:

Las Arenas Barcelona, Spain
Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
Las Arenas Barcelona
picture : Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
Library of Birmingham, England
Mecanoo – Topping Out
Birmingham Library
courtesy BCC
London Olympics Aquatics Centre, UK
Photographs of the interior
London Olympics Pool
photograph © Hufton + Crow
Los Angeles Cathedral, USA

Crystal Cathedral
photograph © Andrew McRae
M.N.ROY Club, Mexico City
Chic By Accident
M.N.ROY Club Mexico City
photo : Ramiro Chaves
Madrid office, Spain

Madrid office space
photo from architect
Museo Soumaya, Mexico – new photos
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Soumaya Museum
photograph : Adam Wiseman
Museum Cafe interior, Germany

Museum Cafe interior
photo © architect Adrian Welch
Museum interior, Frankfurt, Germany

German Museum interior
photo © architect adrian welch
Nightclub Interior, Scotland

Nightclub Interior
photo : Paul Zanre
OASIS voestalpine, Linz, Austria
Oasis voestalpine building
photo : David Schreyer
Office Interiors, Glasgow, Scotland

office interior
picture from BDP
Oki House, Japan

Oki House
image from architect
The Plant Café, San Francisco, USA
CCS Architecture
San Francisco cafe
photo : Kris Tamburello
Rehovot baber shop, Israel

Israeli interior
image from architect
Sagrada Familia, Barcelona

Sagrada Familia
image © Adrian Welch
Salon du Fromage Hisada, Paris, France

Salon du Fromage Hisada Paris
image from architect
Schindler Offices, Manhattan, USA

Schindler Office interior
image from designer
Siemens Restaurant, Zurich

Siemens Restaurant
picture from architect
Spanish interior, Barcelona, Spain

Spanish interior
image © Thomas Boczko
Swiss Restaurant Interior, Zürich

Swiss Restaurant Interior
photograph : Heinz Ungers
Theatre Interior, Scotland

glasgow tramway
photograph © AW
Villa Roces, Bruges, Belgium
Architectuurburo Govaert & Vanhoutte bvba
House Roces
photo : Tim Van de Velde
Viva La Lima interior, Maroussi, Greece
Greek Beauty Salon
photograph from architect

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Furniture Design
Furniture Design
picture from architect

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