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Product • By HIRT moving architecture®HIRT kinetics® SF descending windows

HIRT kinetics® SF descending windows

The descending windows from HIRT moving architecture® set the stage for creative solutions. Developed and manufactured in Switzerland, the HIRT kinetics® disappear silently into the ground at the touch of a button. Inspired by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Stefan Hirt, visionary and lead engineer at HIRT moving architecture®, developed the HIRT kinetics® product line.   When a heavy glass front or a massive wall retracts weightlessly and silently, the interior and exterior realign to form a common space. The HIRT kinetics® Swiss-made precision products allow for realizing completely new spatial concepts and inspire architects all over the world.   The sense of wonder HIRT kinetics® imparts is even more pron... More

Product • By AngoCherry Moon

Cherry Moon

Cherry Moon is a unique pendant light that gives energy and truthfulness of expression. The diffuser is formed of a random configuration of hand-selected silk cocoons (that have been pre-dyed a subtle cherry red colour). It looks delicate, but it’s a robust light, with each silk cocoon attached back to a hand-soldered steel wire core. More

Project • By The Arch StudioApartments

The Secret Garden

The Apartment As soon as you walk into this lush green surrounded space, you are welcomed by a dramatic and opulent, keeping it minimal and contemporary and using gold in various forms, mirrors across the apartment to create a soothing atmosphere throughout. Restrained design aesthetic and attention to detailing have made this a haven to relax and unwind. A metal screen creates a visual block between the living and dining area to enhance the feeling of an open plan keeping the privacy intact. The master bedroom was designed to create a cosy and luxurious ambience with the use of pink marble cladding and pearl white wardrobes blending with the contemporary wooden floor and abundant natural light through the expansive corner windows allowi... More

Project • By FADD StudioApartments

The Sushi Home

If one were to describe this home as a human being, “tall, dark, and handsome” would be a great way to begin. This is immediately seen as the lobby seduces with its bold concentric rectangles of black and grey marble combined with dark enigmatic walls, high ceiling and charming cane furniture. This stylish and dusky beauty with its charcoal palette and ubiquitous luminosity is a home to a young, energetic couple and their son who spend a lot of their time between Germany and India.    Because of their life style, they wanted a home that felt international, contemporary, and elegant. The only request was that since the husband was a maker of high-end footwear, and because both of them loved shoes, that element must be... More

Project • By arkpabiApartments

I VOLUMI HOUSE

This project includes a commercial space at street level and a house suspended and divided in two floors, the particular residence of an artist. Even if the volumes, for the mayority glazed, are "regular and orthogonal", "illuminate an explosive combination" say the architects. The thin columns create the impression of a dynamic relationship between volumes. The coating is realized of anodized aluminium panels covered with polyurethane. A solution that create a contrast between black and red surfaces. The architects are looking fir the "dematerialization" of what is still a geometric vocabulary, despite the many surprises that incite design. The lower glazed volume has internal mirror surfaces that contrast with the oak floors. On the upper... More

Project • By PAIRApartments

Acapulco GP Apartment

Acapulco GP is a residential apartment in one of the most exclusive high-rise towers in Punta Diamante. The apartment was designed for a large family who wanted to spend the weekends relaxing and enjoying the beach life. Aiming for tranquility and a soothing vibe, the project applied a reinterpretation of the textures and colors of the beach in a way that the client could have the perfect getaway place.Before the intervention, the apartment had old worn-out materials, with tones that were not appropriate for the climate of Acapulco and its spaces were too compartmented. Taking that into consideration, the project focused on making a timeless design, in form and function, with a chromatic range in neutral and earthy tones, an open plan that... More