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Project • By MarazziHotels

Hotel Luxor and Cairo

Luxor & Cairo is a luxury 4-star hotel at Jesolo, recently renovated by Studio Noa. The renovation project added an additional floor to the hotel, creating 12 large rooms with sea-view terraces, two of them also featuring a rooftop terrace. The Marazzi collection chosen to cover the various surfaces of the hotel’s new suites is the Plaster concrete-effect, in an assortment of colours and sizes. Plaster Butter in 60x60 cm size was chosen for the floors of the rooms, while the Cementine 60x60 cm decor was used in a variety of delightful ways: as decorative carpet for the bedroom, as shower enclosure lining and as bathroom counter finish. For the bathroom, the Cementine decor was combined with Plaster in the large 120x60 cm size, wit... More

Project • By iGuzziniApartments

Design Club Real Estate

This renovation project by Iosa Ghini Associati, a studio with vast experience in high quality residential design, has transformed a historic 17th century, Renaissance-style building in the heart of Bologna for Design Club Real Estate.The 2000 square metre building was completely renovated following a concept that focuses on design as a synonym for liveability and quality. Each apartment includes features of the great classic Made in Italy design masters like Le Corbusier, Sapper, Jacobsen, Mollino, Castiglioni, Sottsass, Magistretti and right up to contemporary designers like De Lucchi, Starck and Grcic together with a wide collection of artists’ drawings and lithographs.Inside the building, 33 branded apartments have been created fo... More

Project • By Henkin Shavit Architecture and DesignHousing

Vertical Stone House

A residential private house for preservation that has been re-designed and planed anew in the old city of Safed. The web of crowded housing of old stone buildings in the old quarter of Safed is a complex context dictating a dialogue between the old and the new, between preservation and renewal and between the traditional and the trendy. The house is an old stone building, built in the shape of the Hebrew letter "Chet" , surrounding and inner courtyard. In its original layout, it contains five levels: the wine cellar level, 3 residential levels and the upper level – balconies and outer spaces. The planning concept included values of both preservation and renewal, while connecting between the inner and the outer and between the public... More

Project • By Metcalfe Architecture & DesignHousing

Curran House

Metcalfe converted three historic, late 19th-century brick carriage houses in Center City Philadelphia into a single dwelling, creating a unique, light-filled, dramatic, and highly personalized artistic retreat. The renovated space now boasts an expansive artist's studio on the first floor and open and airy living spaces above. More

Project • By FINNE ArchitectsPrivate Houses


Located on a secluded, wooded site about 25 miles north of Seattle, a 1950’s Northwest Contemporary house has been completely renovated while retaining the spirit of the original house. With extensive new windows and glazed roof monitors, the renovated house appears to be a glass pavilion in the forest. The floor plan has been re-organized to create a spacious, light-filled Master Bedroom and Master Bath, with each space surrounded by glass and views to the forest. The main living and dining spaces have been slightly enlarged, and a new roof monitor with high windows has been added to bring soft natural light to the entire space. The new enlarged kitchen has counters in quartz and cast-glass, with continuous windows extending directly to... More

Project • By KristaliaMuseums

Exhibition at Salone del Mobile, Milano

Kristalia has furnished the new offices of the Triennale Design Museum with its own collection of products distinguished for an essential temper, a well-defined style, its ease of positioning and the quality of all the details. The contract catalogue of Kristalia offers in fact numerous solutions well appreciated by architects and interior decorators. Muzio’s architectural structure was entirely rebuilt and also the walls were renovated with the classical exposed brickwork finish that is the Triennale’s trademark.   The offices have been located in the spaces of a nearly abandoned courtyard, a light well, looking out onto a balcony with access from the exhibition halls as well; this one, which is by right the balcony of t... More