The new lounge Casa Alitalia: material contrasts and iconic design
The iconic signs of the design lies in the large entrance gate made of Travertino Titanio, the strong geometries of the coverings, the contrast between several materials.
Soma Loft: where concrete and oak cohabit
Tthe space was reimagined as a composition of planes and volumes in warm materials
The Virgin Active in Pretoria chooses the cement effect stoneware
In the new Virgin Active in Pretoria, gym, swimming pool, dressing rooms and outdoor areas are all marked by one main material: the modern cement effect of the Italgraniti Group surfaces.
The thermo-treated ash in "Il Sereno" by Patricia Urquiola
The Hotel, designed by Patricia Urquiola and Fabio Valentini, is a combination of tradition and modernity. It is inserted and almost incorporated in the lake environment.
Yoshinori Restaurant: an "architectural" Gourmet restaurant in Paris
The vision of the architects was to interpret this cultural blending in the conception of the restaurant.
The Makers House by Liddicoat & Goldhill
The Makers house is a new-build one-off house by Liddicoat Goldhill. Initiated by the office as a speculative development, it sits in a terrace of semi-detached villas replacing the previous 1/2 storey building.
Mount Vernon Leisure Center: focus on surfaces
The porcelain stoneware of Ceramiche Caesar has been chosen to give the floors of the swimming pool and the walls of the bathrooms an elegant appeal
Impertek supports for "La Terrazza" of Santambrogio Milano
The laying system selected for the installation of the materials is one of the main elements that contribute to the context beauty and the maximum structural comfort.
The GokoStudio’s refurbishment of a small apartment in Barcelona
GokoStudio’s refurbishment of a small apartment in Barcelona turns it into a free-flowing home that preserves the intimacy of various spaces, almost without the need for doors.
The redevelopment of a Former Hayloft in Spain
The initial goal of OOIIO Architecture was to avoid the collapse of a group of former modest agricultural constructions in Mora (Spain).
An all-over concrete house with open plan
A concrete house built in Montréal in the 1990s needed an update. The closed-in kitchen created a wall between the living spaces, and the decor, in saturated primary colours, produced a rather cold atmosphere. In 2017, the owners decided to refresh the property with a more contemporary and all-encompassing look.
Polytechnic: the expansion of the Zealand University Hospital with the BIM method
The project will be entirely carried out on the BIM platform to deal with the complexity of the intervention and integrate the different disciplines and the involved specialisms.