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Project • By Marco MaioWineries


Wine Society invites the costumer to the deep senses of the wine. The space follows the desire of the excellency and welcome each wine lover to a complete involvement with the portfolio. Wine Society is situated in “Vinohrady” area, which in the past was the vineyard of the Prague castle.  The tradition and history of the place is related with the design and products presented.  The project was conceived according to the program and aim of the business. It´s was developed and divided in two main areas, the welcoming area in the first floor, and the degustation area in the basement.  The first floor is related with the Korunni street, and the glass vitrine allows the visual relation with the space. The ceili... More

Product • By AngoFirmament-1 (Gold)

Firmament-1 (Gold)

Referencing a freeform molten droplet, the Firmament 1 pendant is formed from many points, each one refracting the light and yet apparently suspended in space. Firmament-1 is offered in different finishes (Gold, Nickel silver, and Copper) More

Project • By Mykonos ArchitectsPrivate Houses

Villa Agapo

A nice Villa located in Alaiomandra, Mykonos, Greece which means "I Love". More

Project • By Mykonos ArchitectsPrivate Houses

Villa Turquoise

Like the colour of the sky, like the colours of the sea, Villa Turquoise was made with a total and clear view to the Aegean. More

Project • By Mykonos ArchitectsPrivate Houses

Castle View Villa

A complete renovation of a Villa in Palaiokastro, Mykonos, Greece. More

Project • By MaxiplyRestaurants

Jing Jai Thai

To execute the bold, modern design in this contemporary eatery our versatile Maxi Edge plywood panels have been used in a variety of ways. The end result is an eclectic collection of different tones and patterns that are tied together by the warmth and natural feel of the timber. From the backdrop of the signage and panelling that greet you at the entrance, to the bar, furniture, walls and hung lighting features, each of the timber elements utilises various patterns to create contrast and visual interest. This includes diagonal patterns, straight lines and a more rustic, natural look. Rectangular panels are a common theme throughout, from the signage, long tables and bar to the stylish hung panelling overhead that feature a stylish combin... More

Project • By Dietrich | Untertrifaller ArchitektenResearch Facilities

TUM Campus Olympia Park

Located in the park of the Bavarian capital and created for the 1972 Olympic games, the campus houses the Department of Sports and Health Sciences of the Technical University of Munich (TUM).With a slender outline -180m long and 150m wide-the bright and light constuction  accomodates sports and lecture halls, offices, research and diagnostic rooms under one roof.    Patios punctuate the centre of the building, bringing natural light inside the compact construction. An impressive 18m timber cantilever partially shelters the outside athletic tracks, enabling highly sensitive sports measurements. the special wooden structure of the cantilever is prefabricated from glulam ribs to form high peformance beams ensuring  minima... More

Project • By ADX ArchitectsPrivate Houses

Atrium House

DESCRIPTION  Atrium house was a response to our Client’s brief for a house of modern simplicity and good space. The architectural design of the house was based on the desire to celebrate spaciousness and create meaningful spatial relationships. The central atrium became the anchor for the house, connecting it with all the living spaces from the first to the highest level. The idea of a punctuation echoed to the façade with a patterned perforation that allowed greenery to climb and peek into the interiors of the house.    CONCEPT The first level presented the living room as a spacious space. A lighted walkway connects the living to the open island kitchen at the back of the house. Our Clients loved these space... More

Project • By TKD ArchitectsLibraries

Veritas Building

The Veritas Building is at the heart of the Canberra campus of the Australian Catholic University and accommodates a contemporary student commons, the Lewin Library, café and study spaces. Connecting two existing buildings with new covered links, this building has transformed the university experience for students and staff and is now the cultural centre of the campus. The layout of spaces encourages divergent and convergent interactions between students and staff, facilitating real connections. The use of different volumes and materials within the building delineate primary from secondary circulation, encouraging exploration and inspiring students to spend time in the various spaces. The spatial and interior design addresses contem... More

Project • By AA.arquitectosHousing

House in Jangão

The plot has an irregular elongated shape, developed on three platforms defined by stone walls. It was used for agricultural cultivation and had a small hayloft made of stone covered with straw, in ruin. It is located on the top of a hillside, overlooking the sea and the valley. The placement of the house was conditioned by the risk of danger of the southern terraces, and the configuration of the remaining terrace. It lands on the higher portion of land, facing south. The house is attached to the existing hayloft, at the ground floor level, and is developed on two floors. The ground floor comprises the social spaces of the dwelling, namely the living room, dining room, kitchen and a small toilet. The kitchen takes the place of the existi... More

Project • By arkpabiPrivate Houses


Interior design of the Villa built by ARKPABI studio in Clusane - Brescia More

Project • By arkpabiBanks


The interior design of Cremona Bank in Milan More

Project • By arkpabiRestaurants


Interior design of the restaurant "Wok to You" in Brescia - Italy More

Project • By arkpabiMuseums


The Museum is located in the building of the Art Palace in Cremona. The Violin Museum is a museum of and for the future, is the museum that tells the fascination of a magical tool, mysterious and alluring. An active, partecipated, exciting and engaging museum, born to bring together under one roof the best of the expression "Cremona violin-making". It's mostly know for its collection of string instruments which includes violins, violas, cellos and double basses of renowned violin makers, including Antonio Stradivari and Giuseppe Guarneri del Gesù. More