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The Act of Quad designs Mumbai apartment with its own temple
Two flats in a Mumbai high-rise were combined to create a "minimal but playful" home for three generations, which local studio The Act of Quad has decorated with multiple spherical and rounded shapes. Located in the city's Ghatkopar suburb, the four-bedroom, 325-square metre apartment is dotted with orbs and circles. Some serve a purpose as mirrors or lights, while others are simply decorative wooden sculptures placed on the floor.
Louveira Building apartment brings together 1940s style and broken-plan living
Throughout the home, Sawaia has added details that reference the architecture of the Louveira Building, from the green floor tiles in the kitchen that match those used in the buildings outdoor areas, to the yellow-painted window frames that mirror the building's facade.
Curved concrete walls snake through artist's residence by Philipp von Matt
German architect Philipp von Matt has incorporated a skylit studio and a ground floor exhibition space into this artist's home in Berlin. Located in the city's central Mitte district, the O12 house belongs to a French artist and is described by Von Matt as "a hybrid of artwork and architecture that responds to the critical challenge of balancing professional and private life".
Emil Eve Architects renovates London warehouse apartment
The biggest task of the project was planning a new layout that would suit the client's lifestyle and daily habits, but which also work with the existing windows and structural columns. Emil Eve's approach was to organise the main living spaces at one end of the floor plan and the bedrooms at the other, so that both could benefit from the natural light. Ancillary functions, such as bathrooms, were then slotted into the centre, behind a spacious library-style entrance lobby.
Former Parisian railway station turned into housing and live work units
The street-level podium, which also contains common areas for the towers and two shops, displays the same orthogonal facade structure across the entire city block. The residential towers present greater aesthetic variation while maintaining overall consistency with the rest of the scheme.