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Jürgen Vandewalle arranges Ghent penthouse around three blocks of furniture

June 9, 2020 Ali Morris 0
Spinmolenplein apartment by Jürgen Vandewalle

A “bed-cabinet”, kitchen island and boxed-in bathroom help organise the floor plan of the Spinmolenplein penthouse in Ghent designed by Jürgen Vandewalle. The 60-square-metre Spinmolenplein apartment is located on the top floor of the tallest residential building in the Ghent, which rises up 25 storeys. It was erected in the 1970s in an area that

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Kovalska office in Kyiv is decked out with humble building materials

May 25, 2020 Ali Morris 0
Kovalska office designed by Artem Trigubchak and Lera Brumina

Creative duo Artem Trigubchak and Lera Brumina used concrete slabs, sand and paving stones to fashion the furnishings and partition walls inside this office in Kyiv. Designed for a Ukrainian developer and building materials company called Kovalska, the 1,120-square-metre office is spread across two floors of a Soviet-era factory in the industrial district of Obolon.

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Esoteriko pairs timber and metal inside Shelter wellness centre in Sydney

May 10, 2020 Ali Morris 0
Shelter wellness centre designed by Esoteriko

Cedar furnishings, leafy eucalyptus branches and steel partitions feature within this spa and wellness centre in Sydney, which has been designed by local practice Esoteriko. Located in a former restaurant unit in the back lanes of Sydney’s Double Bay neighbourhood, Shelter is a wellness centre equipped with ice baths, saunas, a gym and juice bar.

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Original beams and brickwork add warmth to pared-back Madrid apartment

April 19, 2020 Ali Morris 0
Apartment in Lavapiés by Leticia Saá

Architect Leticia Saá has woven historical features such as exposed brickwork and wooden pillars into the minimal interior of this open-plan apartment in Madrid. Located in Madrid’s Lavapiés neighbourhood, the two-bedroom apartment is spread across the top floor of a three-storey residential building that dates back to 1900. The apartment had been unoccupied for 35

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Impress dental clinic in Barcelona features smile-shaped timber partitions

April 8, 2020 Ali Morris 0
Impress dental clinic by Raúl Sanchez Architects

Pine-wood partition walls that curve upwards like smiles carve up the interior of this dental clinic in Barcelona, Spain, designed by Raúl Sanchez Architects. Impress is spread across the ground and basement level of a historical building at the heart of Barcelona. The clinic differentiates itself from other dentists by offering online treatments that reduce

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Van Staeyen Interieur Architecten refreshes Antwerp attic with pops of yellow

April 6, 2020 Ali Morris 0
Attic conversion by Van Staeyen Interieur Architecten

Van Staeyen Interieur Architecten has converted a dark and dusty attic in Antwerp into a living space that features arched portals, curvy furniture and yellow decor accents. The attic – which was previously just used for storage – is set within a young family’s home in Kasterlee, a municipality that’s 45 minutes drive from central

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Mesh and paper-pulp partitions feature inside Nanjing’s Shiwu store

March 31, 2020 Ali Morris 0
Shiwu store by CATS

Mesh panels dipped in paper pulp, polycarbonate and OSB timber merge to form the textured interior of this lifestyle store in Nanjing, China, designed by architecture studio CATS. Located along a narrow alleyway next to the city’s China Modern History Museum, the Shiwu store sells a selection of products handmade by Japanese craftsmen such as

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Little Sky ice cream shop in Melbourne aims to capture the “theatre of gelato”

March 28, 2020 Ali Morris 0
Little Sky Gelateria by Ewert Leaf

Customers can get a glimpse of gelato being made inside this ice cream shop in Melbourne, which local studio Ewert Leaf has completed in shades of blue and pink. Located within a late 19th-century building in the coastal suburb of Brighton, the 140-square-metre Little Sky gelateria has been designed by Ewert Leaf to display the

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Ater Architects uses blue curtains as walls in Kyiv apartment

March 22, 2020 Ali Morris 0
EGR Apartment by Ater Architects

Cobalt-blue curtains hang in place of walls in a small apartment in Kyiv renovated by Ukrainian architecture and interiors studio Ater Architects. Called EGR Apartment, the 65-square-metre space was cramped, featuring a compartmentalised layout with separate rooms connected by corridors. The owners, a  young couple, asked Ater Architects to transform it into a light and

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