A project by GGA Architects.
Surrounded by an olive grove, HV Pavillon is the project of a residence in the foothills of Amiata Mount in the Tuscan Maremma. Raised off the ground, the building is presented as a pavilion released to the landscape in a theatrical way: a proscenium.
By Ron Gilad.
This is the concept of Ron Gilad, conceived for the special project of a kitchen for a railing house in the Isola district of Milan. A linear form that is welcomed in a niche where color becomes the main element.
For this kitchen the Levo tap was chosen: a series manufactured in AISI316L Stainless steel. Its shape and functionality is skinned to the bone, transforming the product into a timeless, essential piece of furniture.
by Pereira Miguel Arquitectos.
Quadrodesign taps furnish a boutique hotel in the heart of Portugal. The essential aesthetics, solidity and elegance of the iconic Source collection create a natural harmony with the rigorous poetics of the restoration project designed by Pereira Miguel Arquitectos. A context full of history, culture and magic becomes the opportunity to express the values of beauty, quality and sustainability through an international language, which combines Made in Italy and local taste.
by Atelierzero & Tommaso Giunchi.
The interior layout of this large apartment was initially closely connected to the parallel transverse bearing walls corresponding to the building structure. The endeavor of the project focuses on overcoming these strict rules, creating a series of environments connected through the home.
While the entrance corridor becomes a pivotal point between the living areas and the sleeping areas, an idea of openness and circularity permeates the interior, thus creating an ordered sequence of spaces.
by DPW Architects.
Three Home bathrooms for three different uses and users. Designed by Daniele Petteno Architecture Workshop for a young family and completed in Summer 2016 in London Fulham, these three bathrooms, which are part of a full house remodelling and extension project, respond in three different ways to the diversified users’ needs.
The concept stems from the need to optimize spaces by inserting ephemeral elements that dialogue with declared and defined objects. In collaboration with the wood designer Giacomo Moor, we develop a roomy environment where the technical elements are masked inside display systems of great lightness and elegance.