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AD Round Up: Interiors Part III

AD Round Up: Interiors Part III

Enjoy Part I and Part II of our interiors Round Up. And to start’s this week, a third part of some great interiors projects. Enjoy!

Mameg + Maison Martin Margiela / Johnston Marklee & Associates The two fashion boutiques Mameg and Maison Martin Margiela sit side-by-side, in a single building. Their characters are different. Whereas Mameg creates an atmosphere of domesticity and comfort, Maison Martin Margiela creates a jarring world of collage and reflection. That the two boutiques, linked by a reflected-gold corridor (read more…)

TBWA/Hakuhodo Offices / KDa The finished design for the new T/H office space was a creative adaptive reuse enterprise and a joint venture between TBWA, a global advertising company, and Hakuhodo, Japan’s second-largest advertising agency. Their new office space is located in a rather atypical and unique building: a large, eight-story amusement complex in (read more…)

Kiev L’oreal Academy / m2r The L’Oreal Group has been present in Ukraine since 2003 – first as a Representative Office, then in 2005 as a full Subsidiary of the L’Oreal Group worldwide. The company has grown quite considerably – where in 2003 there were less than 10 employees, today the company employs over 150 people throughout the country (read more…)

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Apartment Refurbishment in A. Vespucio / Enrique Browne The Project is the transformation of a 20 year old apartment in a historicist building. Since it´s located in the 6th floor, it has excellent views to the west guaranteed. The remodeling considered a program different from its original, plus a guest room. This and other reasons influenced in the desire of generate bigger spaces (read more…)

Lant Street / Dow Jones Architects The project involved the conversion of the top two floors of a Victorian former clog-making factory into a home for a filmmaker. It makes somewhere in the city from which to withdraw from a busy working life, and a place of reflection which takes advantage of the wonderful city views around it. The existing roof structure is removed (read more…)

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Cite: Sebastian Jordana. "AD Round Up: Interiors Part III" 15 Dec 2009. ArchDaily. Accessed . <>