Georgia Ezra of G.A.B.B.E has designed the interior architecture of The Brighton Escape. A contemporary design with resounding vibrations to sooth the urban family. Like a seashell carrying the sound of the ocean, or a mirror reflecting sunlight, this space was specifically fashioned to capture and exude the warmth of the environment which surrounds it.
The space was treated from its genesis, with the same respect for design as a museum. Carving of ceiling, walls and floor not only creates sculptural partitions throughout the residence, but with the spirit of a rock pool, provides channels to flow through and delineates ample space in which to dwell together.
Cleverly thought out to provide a flexible family home each area has been intentionally designed to accommodate and honour their everyday movements, emotions and cycles.
The space also lends opportunity for personalisation to the clients aesthetics and lifestyle through decorative items and furnishings. The result is a harmonious sanctuary that stands as a finished work of art on its own, and is yet constantly evolving with its inhabitants.
TONIC have sent us images of the Banya house they have designed in Brisbane, Australia. The idea behind this house was to create an urban oasis with WOW factor.
As a result the house was designed around a central courtyard with flow of space from the living areas out to the central courtyard and through into the front yard while maintaining visual connection on both levels across the street to...
Itiquira House, Interior Architecture by Gisele Taranto
The Itiquira Home by architect Gisele Taranto is tucked away in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.
This massive 16,000+ square foot home has a modern design that is divided into two distinct blocks. One area is for family living quarters, while the other block is primarily for family help and utilities. Vast open walls and windows create easy transitions from the indoors to outdoors which make up lush and...
Town Hall Hotel, Interior Architecture by rare architecture
Details, materials and perceptions guided our designs for the conversion of Town Hall Hotel, an abandoned Grade 2 listed structure, into a 5* Hotel & Serviced Apartments, Conference facilities and a fine dining Restaurant & Bar, that was inaugurated in May 2010.
Through the early consideration of scales, the sensitive and holistic design approach preserves the building’s features...
French designer and interior architect Noé Duchaufour Lawrance has completed the Chalet Béranger project in December 2011.
This 5,700 square foot, three story, alpine ski lodge is located in St Martin de Belleville, a village in the middle of Les 3 Vallées in the French Alps.
Chalet Béranger By Noé Duchaufour Lawrance: “Far from the geometric construction methods of a traditional chalet,...