AD Round Up: Interiors Part V

AD Round Up: Interiors Part V

During the past weeks, we’ve been featuring a lot of amazing projects that date back to 2009. And that’s precisely the idea of this Round Ups. To give you the chance to see great projects we featured a long time ago. So here’s the 5th part of our Interiors selection. Check them all after the break.

Valentin apartment / ECDM French architects Emmanuel Combarel Dominique Marrec sent us the transformation of this small apartment, with a clear strategy: Decompartmentalise the place so as to fit out an open plan and elude the demand of an extra room by conceiving in the center of the volume a suspended white cube which generates comic and disconcerting use situations (read more…)

Deloitte Consulting / Mackay & Partners It’s not simply a coincidence that visiting the new London headquarters of global management consultant Deloitte Consulting is like checking into five-star boutique accommodation. The spectacular workplace, designed by Mackay + Partners, is intended to be used just like a hotel (read more…)

Ayres Store / Dieguez Fridman The project seeks to reproduce in the interior of the store feelings and sensations generated by urban space: the possibility of surprises, contrasts, unexpected encounters, and changes of perspective. Just like cities are generally perceived in motion, and offers multiple surprises in any route, the store changes as people move inside it. Movement is never horizontal or vertical but both at the same time (read more…)

One out of Four / Lior Vaknin + Sabi Aroch The “one out of four” project started its conception way as a prototype to four different functions in the domestic space as one element. One out of four contains in it the bar, dining area, kitchen’s table and storage area. It functions in different way on the time line and redefines the space and at the same breath answers on other needs (read more…)

Kenig Residence / Slade Architecture We renovated this entire brownstone, completed in 2007 for NYC pillar and father of three daughters, Ricky Kenig, the owner and personality behind the Ricky’s NYC stores. Ricky was interested in creating a modern heaven for his family, in a beautiful Brooklyn brownstone: a place that offered private retreat spaces as well as open mixing spaces to spend time together (read more…)

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Cite: Sebastian Jordana. "AD Round Up: Interiors Part V" 12 Nov 2010. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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