This luxurious and breathtaking property can’t be described other than a ‘DREAM HOME’. The location, the vast area, and the beautiful design make it a $36,000,000 property. A well-designed residence taking into consideration every possible detail, this is a magnificent place to check out. Most of the furniture used inside are from B&B Italia and Minotti, Suspended lighting is mainly by Moooi & Bocci, most bathroom fixtures are by Antonio Lupi I think. 1201 Laurel Way is located in Beverly Hills and developed by Richard Papalian and designed by Michael Palumbo in collaboration with architect Marc Whipple. This property has 6 bedrooms and around 10 bathrooms.Read More
Les Bébés Cupcakery is a concept bakery shop situated in Taipei, Taiwan. Interior was designed by JC Architecture. What is interesting is the house shaped façade and the fact that it is transparent with a massive door. The architects built the concept on the box itself and the way it opens and folds, thus creating a coherent project. this is perfectly why branding and architecture should go hand in hand. It looks so clean and fresh!Read More
Just when we thought libraries were a thing of the past, this magnificent structure shows up. Last September (2013), the 35,000 sq.m Library of Birmingham in the United Kingdom opened to the public. According to Yatzer, it is the largest library in Europe. The architecture and interior are out of this world, very intricately designed by Dutch designers Mecanoo Architects. The cost was estimated at around £188.8 million.Read More
Back in 2007, it was announced the Zaha Hadid Architects would be designing the Opus tower in Dubai. The construction of the Opus is currently in progress, however Zaha Hadid was asked to design the ME by melia hotel (the first in the Middle East) and service the apartments to be housed within the complex. It will include penthouse suites with private roof terraces and will be designed fully by Zaha Hadid, the interior & the exterior. The hotel is expected to operate in 2016.Read More
This is what a masterpiece looks like, a wonderful display of horizontal volumes with an intricate diagonal playful effect in the façade.
House Ber, by Nico van der Meulen Architects and M Square Lifestyle Design, is an indication of what happens when granite, steel, light and water come together. Situated in Midrand, House Ber presents itself as a sequence of irregular steel bars randomly placed creating patterned façades which initially were conceived to represent security but now have become the very feature which distinguishes this house from its surrounding.Read More