Artist loft

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A reflection of a bull about to strike. Like all of our designs DEA - our striking coffee table - is inspired by the power of nature. When you look closely, you will recognize the forceful beast‘s horns. The massive marble slab is the perfect detail to this piece of art. More



Our DUA is a true hommage to the greater good. With its reductive, quadratic form and its exclusively green marble stone DUA serves as a calm anchor in the room. The frame‘s ascending braces build the antagonists of its inner calmness, providing contrast with their own light energy. More



RAK and REA were both designed for the gourmet restaurant "Baldon", which is part of star architect Arno Brandlhuber´s Lobe Block Studio.  The unequal twins RAK and REA share the same DNA: Elegant lines, handcrafted with love for natureinspired details. More



The line of TAI, our first seating accomodation, is a true company novelty. Laser cut and welded from one single aluminium plate, TAI delights with it´s striking surface treatment.  The bluing procedure has been used for centuries to protect iron from rust and creates a fascinating, slightly shimmering black layer.  More



NOA - the result of a perfectly balanced fusion of minimalism and raw industrial design.  Italian Marble is an elegant finish adding exordinary  finesse to our side table. More



ION is our first love, our heart and soul. With ION we reveal everything MAZANLI stands for: A Piece of art combined with the stability of stainless steel, inspired by the purity of nature. More

Project • By Axis MundiApartments

Bond Street Loft - Noho New York

This NoHo apartment, in a landmarked circa 1870 building designed by Stephen Decatur Hatch and converted to lofts in 1987, had been interestingly renovated by a rock musician before being purchased by a young hedge fund manager and his gallery director girlfriend. Naturally, the couple brought to the project their collection of painting, photography and sculpture, mostly by young emerging artists (Eddie Martinez, Aaron Curry, Adam Pendelton and Sam Curry, Jung Lee). Axis Mundi accommodated these pieces within a neutral palette accented with occasional flashes of bright color that referenced the various artworks. Major furniture pieces – a sectional in the library, a 12-foot-long dining table–along with a rich blend of textures such as leath... More

Project • By Prentiss Balance Wickline ArchitectsWorkshops

Weaving Studio

Located on a steep rocky waterfront parcel on the West Shore of San Juan Island in Washington, this small craft studio occupies a rocky shelf above and behind an existing main residence. The clients, a professional weaver and her husband, nearing a full-time move to San Juan, requested a studio space which would house all her weaving tools: looms, dying facilities, a sewing/assembly area, and an office.In addition to using the space for her craft, it would also act as a gallery for her work as well as a meeting space for her weaving guild meetings. In addition to the weaving studio requirements, the clients also requested an overflow bedroom for guests. The solution is a generous main studio space flowing with natural light that p... More

Project • By Archi-TectonicsApartments

Loft 8B

Loft 8B resides comfortably in the 497 GW Building, where we translated the architectural design of the cascading glass facade to the interior, with a folded bogwood spine that spatially organizes the apartment— separating and connecting, displaying and privatizing. The bogwood’s lit axis branches to the music room, guest bathroom, master bedroom, and bathroom. The interior also includes a blue-glass master bathroom, which contains an overflow bath and steam shower, and art storage areas, which are either within the bogwood spine or in rooms concealed behind pivoting walls. The loft also includes a 7ft long steel fireplace set in a mantel of local stone.   Material Used : 1. Stone: Stone Source 2. Glass: Carvart Glass 3. Kitchen: Boffi... More

Project • By Archi-TectonicsPrivate Houses

Chelsea Townhouse

EXTENSION // the existing 3400 sf  [316 m2] brownstone townhouse is a Landmark, located in Chelsea, NY.  The townhousewas gut-renovated and a 550 sf [52 m2] two-story garden extension was added with a roof terrace.   FLUIDITY // The new garden extensionis conceived as a light, airy space which acts as a connective device between interior floors and garden space. The townhouse is also extended overall; it was raised on the top floor and lowered at the basement floor, greatly extending the spatiality of the house. The folded glass and steel façade structure incorporates large window planes, and pivoting doors accessing the garden from the lower level libraryand from the master bedroom’s roof terrace, allowing visual glimpses up and down. On... More