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This renovation project transforms a modest 70 square meter house into a modernhome that accommodates a comfortable lifestyle for the client and family. Theremodeling was carried out to reveal the true potential of the house, byreorganizing its spaces to create open-plan layout that avoid rigidity and bringin ample natural light
Project name
The Post Pandemic House
Architecture firm
Sipal-Wafai Architecture
Location
Turin, Italy
Photography
Marco Tacchini
The sense of life in architecture lies in the duration of time, which is closely related to the usage scenario. However, buildings also have their own life cycle, whether it is the decline of the building's own functions, changes in social demands or new requirements by local policies, all of which become opportunities for old buildings to be rejuv...
Project name
LI CITY STUDY: The Renewal, Reuse, Renovation and Sustainability of Public Building
Architecture firm
Greater Dog Architects
Location
No.375, Yingbin Avenue, Tianmu Lake Town, Liyang City, Jiangsu Province, China
Photography
Metaviz Studio
Located between Wellington’s creative Cuba quarter and the central business district, 129 Willis Street was earthquake prone and ready for a refurbishment. Previously home to three small commercial tenants, the refurbished office transformed the dark, inefficiently laid-out space into a lofty, open plan work space, suited to the modern working envi...
Project name
Willis Street Strengthening / Renovation
Architecture firm
First Light Studio
Location
Wellington, New Zealand
Photography
David Hensel
Renovating a house is an exciting endeavor that allows you to transform your living space into a more functional, aesthetically pleasing, and comfortable environment. Whether you're planning a small update or a major overhaul, taking the right steps during the renovation process is essential to ensure a successful outcome.
Written by
Allen Brown
Photography
Joseph Sharp
Art Design Fashion and the Museum of Applied Arts. The new concept and a breath-taking genius loci have put the best exhibition space of the Moravian Gallery in Brno on the design map of Europe. Indeed, the museum is attractive to visitors of all generations, from ground floor to rooftop, in every corner.
Project name
Moravian Gallery | ART DESIGN FASHION
Architecture firm
Catwalks: Olgoj Chorchoj. Respirium: David Karásek. Black & Light Depot: Maxim Velčovský, Radek Wohlmuth, edit! Café Robot, The Cloud: Marek Jan Štěpán. Designshop: Eva Eisler. Architectural design of the expositions Cave, Prostor Pro, 2000+ Design, 2000+ Fashion: Tomáš Svoboda
Location
Husova 18, 662 26 Brno, Czech Republic
Photography
BoysPlayNice
Located on a relatively deep site in the inner city suburb of Northcote, the aim of this project was to renovate and restore a double fronted Victorian terrace house and provide a new spacious, light-filled modern rear and upstairs extension to the rear.
Project name
Northcote Renovation
Architecture firm
Chan Architecture Pty Ltd
Location
Northcote, Victoria, Australia
Photography
Tatjana Plitt
Are you ready to create the home of your dreams? Renovating or remodeling a space can feel both exciting and intimidating, but with proper planning and the use of resources, it doesn’t have to be overwhelming. One key step in preparing for a home renovation is selecting the perfect furnishings and décor – pieces that will make your house look stunn...
Written by
Allen Brown
Photography
immo RENOVATION
The renovation of this project was based on factors such as enlarging the space through visual continuity between related zones, creating functional filters, legibility and coordination of the project components together, more light in the public zone, and injecting a new spirit into the house.
Project name
Home No.53
Interior design
Neda Mirani
Location
5th Golestan Alley, Ebrahimi St, Jomhouri Blvd, Tonekabon, Iran
Photography
Benyamin Jahanshahi