Posts Tagged ‘terraces’

Hotel Mapp by JYCArchitect + DCDAssociates, Taichung City – Taiwan

January 30th, 2017

As a design hotel, Hotel Mapp offers a different lodging experience than that of standard business hotels and motels. It may be low-key in a way, but it is the design that makes travelers feel at ease, while enjoying the deeper meaning of coming home.

BLAU tree collection by Fran Silvestre Arquitectos for GANDIABLASCO

May 15th, 2016

The BLAU tree is an ode to Mother Nature and the enjoyment of Mediterranean life. More than simply a light: it transcends its geometric design with branches of aluminium profiles that project lines of indirect lighting, creating an exceptional ambience for living magical moments 365 days of the year.

OneOcean Club by El Equipo Creativo, Barcelona – Spain

May 2nd, 2016

By using glossy reflective surfaces to create the ceiling of the restaurant, we recall the calm water in the port around us and we amplify the spatial perception of the space while bringing the exterior landscape inside of the restaurant.

Inn Side Lamp by Gemma Bernal for B.lux

November 4th, 2015



Inn Side, the new 60s-style lamp for private indoor and outdoor use

Topolopompo restaurant by Baranowitz Kronenberg Architecture, Tel Aviv – Israel

July 30th, 2014

Topolopompo is a fire kitchen restaurant inspired by the exotic culinary traditions of the East.

Open Society Foundations Argonaut Building by Tirmizi Campbell, New York City

February 10th, 2014

A full core & shell renovation and interior fit-out of the landmark Argonaut Building, in the heart of Midtown, for the not-for-profit organization founded by George Soros. Scope includes a new conference center with gallery, 8 full floors of office space, and a rooftop cafeteria with terraces.

Laqua Spa & Terraces Suites by MAS Studio & Cierreesse, Sorrento – Italy

February 4th, 2014

Laqua Spa & Terraces Suites by MAS Studio & Cierreesse, Sorrento – Italy

Hotel Spa NauRoyal by GCP Arquitetos, São Paulo

January 15th, 2013

The program for the Nau Royal Boutique Hotel has been divided into two blocks of rectangular plans – the street block and the beach block – separated by an inner garden/lobby, in which there vertical circulation in staircase, connecting the three floors: basement, ground and first floor.

YanPaiXi Village exhibit by Regional Construction Studio, Shenzen

October 24th, 2012

YanPaiXi Village developed a sustainable way of traditional self-sufficing, and formed a intensive land-use pattern which integrated farming into daily life. That is the real “Light”, the people obtained most suitable living space with minimal consumption of resources. This is our understanding about rationale of “light” in “ultra-light village”.