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A young Mechanical Engineer who becomes independent from the family business and starts his own path. The installation of a whites workshop in the backyard of his house. The workshop grows and takes over the other spaces until itrequires the formal extension of a new level.
Project name
Whites Workshop
Architecture firm
ADMA Arquitectos
Location
Nezahualcóyotl, Mexico State, Mexico
Photography
Zaickz Moz
When you think of interior design, you might be thinking about your living room or bedroom, with its comfy couches and beautiful decor. But what does interior design have to do with working? Surprisingly, a lot! If you are looking for ways to become more productive when creating something by hand, the space that you are in has a lot to do with it.
Written by
Allen Brown
Photography
Squire and Partners (cover image), Ana Krach
The Turtle Bay project is located on the lush natural area of Hua-Hin, one of the most famous seaside areas of Thailand. The aim of Turtle Bay’s owner is to create new eco tourist destination, organic eatery, chef’s table, eco café, zero waste, workshop area, local artisan’s souvenir shop as well as homestay style lodging
Project name
Turtle Bay @ Hua Hin
Architecture firm
Dersyn Studio Co., Ltd.
Location
Khao-Tao reservoir, Prachuap Khiri Khan, Thailand
Photography
TonPixelPro
Valerie Schweitzer Architects: Inspired in part by the closing of a butterfly’s wings and other organic forms, this 350 square-foot art studio and private office for a family home in Westport, Connecticut, provides a serene refuge.
Project name
Butterfly Studio
Architecture firm
Valerie Schweitzer Architects
Location
Westport, United States
Photography
Tom Leighton, Paul Bartholomeuw
From time to time, various components of your house could fall apart. Some of these may include essential parts like plumbing, electronics, heating systems, furniture, and the like. Well, the basic assumption, if you’re reading this, is that you are not a professional remodeler or repairman.
Written by
Allen Brown
Photography
Adam Patterson (Cover image), Ono Kosuki
On the Hembrug terrain in Zaandam, an area of 42,5 hectares, a monumental industrial site has been transformed by Studio Modijefsky into the home and studio of an artist couple. The studio has joined forces with the client’s atelier, Studio Molen, for the design and realization of bronze details and custom light elements; this collaboration resulte...
Project name
Ketelhuis
Interior design
Studio Modijefsky
Location
Zaandam, The Netherlands
Photography
Maarten Willemstein