Modern Rooftop Apartment by Innocad, Manhattan, New York City, USA

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Innocad has designed the interior of a rooftop apartment located in Meatpacking District, a neighborhood in Manhattan, New York city, USA. The rooftop apartment was remodeled to meet the needs of its new inhabitants. Innocad Architecture changed it functionally and enhanced the design by mixing European design and New York lifestyle and thus creating a fresh atmosphere. Materials and choice of colors represent both high quality standards and relaxed urbanity. Each room mirrors an immediate visual reference to the fascinating land and roofscape of New York City. The Heart of the apartment, a Marilyn Relief, defines the residential area. It is a functional and artistic attribute and also a tribute to this extraordinary city. Continue reading »

Unconventional Hong Kong House Makes The Garage Part Of The Living Space

This is a house located in Hong Kong, a place where space is always a problem. However, for every problem there is at least one solution. In this case, the architect responsible for the remodel of the house managed to turn the space into an open and airy home.

The 455 square meter house was restructured and remodeled by Millimeter Interior Design. It now features a split level design but, unlike other projects with the same approach, this one doesn’t feel divided. Instead, all the areas are connected. Continue reading »

Architecture Essay On Asymmetry: Landsdowne House in Montreal

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Affleck de la Riva Architects completed the design and development of Landsdowne House, a modern dwelling in Westmount, Montreal, Canada. As a semi-detached house on a hill side, the project is an essay on asymmetry. Westmount’s past as an Anglo-Saxon enclave within French Canada saw the local flowering of such historic styles as Arts and Crafts and Neo-Gothic. Both these styles used asymmetry and informality to distinguish themselves from the more rigid forms of French and Italian classicism. Continue reading »

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