AD Round Up: Interiors Part VII

© Jacopo Mascheroni

Amazing interior projects for our seventh selection! All of them from 2009. Check them after the break!

Como Loft / JMA
When an old monastery located around the city of Como, Italy, was being remodelled and converted into a residential complex, two adjacent units have been connected to form this duplex apartment. The shape of the original units is clearly enhanced by the different pitched ceiling direction as well as by their different heights. The main idea was to keep the shell intact, maintaining the entire length of the unit open and invading the space minimally (read more…)

© Max Nirnberger

GKK Dental Ambulatory / x Architekten
The relocation of various businesses from the Voestalpine steel manufacturer’s premises included the dental clinic of the Upper Austrian regional medical insurance company. The nearby “Service Zone” was chosen as the new location. The task was to create a modern and service-oriented clinic on a 525 sqm plot which offers the dentists the best possible hygiene and functionality at work and which receives and guides the patients (read more…)

Courtesy of BURO Interior

Zulte Stone Company / BURO Interior
The Stone Company, a natural stone company in Zulte, underwent a true metamorphosis. The renovated display hall cum meeting and office space was decorated austerely and elegantly with the natural stone product as a calling card used in all its facets. Belgian practice BURO II was in charge of this renovation (read more…)

Courtesy of Schemata Architecture Office

NADiff a.p.a.r.t / Schemata Architecture Office
This project is interior design of new space for NADiff, Art shop/gallery for contemporary art in Ebisu. They moved their main shop to this location from Aoyama. All books, operating system, and furniture from Aoyama shop were brought in to the new space. We made furniture in the same design but in different color. Then we divided the space in two zones, by placing the old furniture and the new one on each zone (read more…)

© Julien Attard

The “Front and back” Apartment / h2o architectes
It was a singular brief from a young Parisian advertising executive also avid collector of comic strips. He wished to live in a fresh environment, both serene and sparkling despite the fact that his existing space was dilapidated, its geometry confusing, compartmentalized and contorted (read more…)

Cite: Jordana, Sebastian. "AD Round Up: Interiors Part VII" 26 Apr 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed 24 Oct 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=130850>