New balcony design by X ARCHITEKTEN in historic Viennese district Wieden for an Austrian-Italian family. It complements the family’s living space with a small herb and vegetable garden as well as a dining table to enjoy mealtimes outside.
A while ago Elenberg Fraser introduced Igor Kebel, their new Design Director – the time has come to introduce his first project, which they are proud to announce represents a dramatic shift in the Elenberg Fraser design process into a completely parametric environment.
This might be the first time you have heard anybody say this but at Elenberg Fraser’s new mixed-use project at 134-160 Spencer Street there’s actually less than meets the eye. Well, kind of.
Natural textures, plants and fluidity prevail the apartment renovated and re-designed by Tria Arquitetura. Originally built in the 70’s, the property had never before undergone a restoration.
80-Story Condo Tower reveals Premium Top-Floor Residences on the Lower East Side. Building design is by Adamson Associates Architects with Interiors by Meyer Davis Studio, with over 100,000 sqft of space.
Design2e has been commissioned to deliver a two-stage tender project to build two luxury apartment blocks, called Left Bank, in the centre of Birmingham. The towers will stand at 22 and over 31 storeys when complete, making the larger of the pair the tallest residential building in the city.
The main change was the integration of the balcony with the apartment. The kitchen was opened to the living room and to the terrace. CR2 Arquitetura’s idea was to create a support that took up little space and did not disturb the flow of people.
Architecture practice Orms has completed work on the major redevelopment of 79-86 Chancery Lane, London, comprising of contemporary office space, five apartments and retail space.
The Valley contains offices topped with residences. The jagged, natural stone façade is defined via a parametric tool developed by architects MVRDV with Arup Amsterdam. This provided real-time control over quantities of daylight and sunlight, over structural limitations and required privacy. No two apartments are alike.
Designed by Proyecto Cafeína Tadeo 4909 is a building that takes place in a high-growth zone of the city, seeking out to offer an urban, expressive and custom housing. It consists of 8 two-level lofts, each of which is distinct to the others.
Designed by Proyecto Cafeína this building’s land use is residential and it is erected from the parking lot upwards to its 7 levels as an element whose shape results from the desired directions, both towards the volcanoes and towards the Cholula pyramid.
Located in a landmarked 1884 warehouse this light-filled design is by Andrew Franz Architect. The top floor and roof are reconceived as an inviting home with a fluid outdoor connections. Features include a retractable glass roof, heavy timber columns and a new roof garden.
Monroe Blocks will provide a modern, diverse reflection on city living. The variety of uses allow space for wide range of activities which compliment one another to develop a hub within the local community.