CUBE Architecten has renovated the interior of the Amsterdam apartment. The owner of the apartment is a cookery expert, so the main task for the architects – Pieter van der Pot and Marloes van Heteren – was to develop a distinctive original kitchen, which had to be not only for cooking but for communication with the guests also. The solution was to make an extended room of white Corian, accommodating all the basic functionality of the kitchen together with a spacious dining table. The tabletop gently curves down and goes into the console dining table for 6 persons, effectively hovering in the air without any support. The architects have used to advantage the peculiarity of the apartment – different-level height. On the highest level the podium lounges with windows facing the canal is located, a bit lower there is a working part of the kitchen, and at the very bottom a dining area with access to the patio is located. Read the rest of this entry »
Designers Erich Gassmann and Tina Aßmann have completed the interior of VIP WING Lounge at Munich Airport. Bavaria is famous for its unspoiled nature of countryside and pulsating modern city life simultaneously. This combination of tradition and progress is reflected in the work of designers. The recreation area of VIP WING Lounge is located in the south wing of Terminal 1 and covers an area of 1,200 sq.m. High quality materials, traditional to this region, such as oak, felt and leather were used in the decoration. This is a real haven of peace and quiet in a noisy airport, where you can relax, take a shower, eat and work productively in a separate room.
This luxurious city apartment is located in the Medina Building in Eindhoven, Netherlands. The project was designed by the London architect Neave Brown for COEN! company. The apartment got such interesting and lush name of course not for being turned upside down but for a non-typical planning. The design studio is placed on the ground floor, the sleeping rooms on the first stock and the living with a wonderful view on top of this. The architects tried to create a harmonious whole combining different colours and warm materials such as wood, glass and stone. The colour palette is rather pale and mild creating cozy and relaxing atmosphere. The pieces of art bring sophistication to this stylish interior. And the opinion of the designer is that the focus has been entirely on the people that live in this apartment, and not on the interior.