Brasshouse

The rippling effect of Brasshouse’s exteriors, integrated beautifully with its interior finishes, brings a grand industrial sheen to blue-chip Hawthorn East. Sun stroked metal ribbons designed by leading architecture and interiors firm ROTHELOWMAN form the outer shell of the new $12 million development, providing bold and beautiful high-density living in the prestigious suburb. The project, located…

Marble Cladding as an Innovative Decorative Element by Lithos Design

Marble, tradition, technological innovation: the Opus collection illustrated by a company at the very cutting edge, Lithos Design, and by a designer, Raffaello Galiotto, who has put his love of natural stone at the heart of his research Lithos Design sees marble cladding as an innovative decorative element and tool for architects and professionals in…

Four Seasons – Spa Interior Design by Patricia Urquiola

If you like feminine style and elegant design by Patricia Urquiola you will fall in love with her ​​latest project. The interior is decorated in soft earth tones, emitted warmth and peacefulness.  Spa at Four Seasons Milano is  furnish with wood, cream and grey design elements. Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola has chosen Hansgrohe showers and mixers…

CO-AP Renovated and Extended a Typical Suburban Home in Sydney

Sydney architecture studio CO-AP has renovated and extended a typical suburban home in the Australian city, adding a two-storey concrete structure that opens onto a garden at the rear. This project is an alteration and additions to an early 1900s two bedroom single-storey semi-detached house. Our client, a builder/developer, approached us with an existing planning…

Villa Cattelan Salgher with Rizzi’s Sculptural Spiral Staircase

Architect Livio Consolino cooperates with Rizzi toward this interior design project Villa Cattelan Salgher, a country house located in Udine, Italy where the spiral staircase gets a distinctive role placed in the center of the home. “The design concept behind the construction of this house is based on the interpretation of the “perceptive continuum” between…

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