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Published as: NEW WAVE Interior Architecture and Design: Jamie Bush Text: Erika Heet Photography: Roger Davies The first thing one sees when they step into a vertical, loftlike house just blocks from the beach in Venice, California, is an homage to the ocean in the form of a large...
Texas firm Official Design has refreshed a two-bedroom home in Dallas, Texas, focusing on the building's original details and ensuring plenty of natural light inside. The Throckmorton Renovation involved the overhaul of a two-storey residence with a rectangular floor plan. Built in the 1980s by local architect Bud Oglesby, the house features high ceilings and
Rollerskating rinks, national anthems and the humble table are just some of the points of reference for contestants in this year's Rigg Design Prize exhibition, which celebrates the best of Australian interior design. The triennial prize – which has been hosted by Australia's National Gallery Victoria (NGV) since 1994 – sees 10 of the country's
Berlin-based design studio New Tendency has updated a GDR era broadcast building to create a temporary workspace for participants enrolled in Red Bull's music academy scheme. New Tendency updated Berlin's Funkhaus, a former broadcasting centre for the German Democratic Republic (GDR) built in the 1950s by Bauhaus alumnus Franz Ehrlic, to host the annual Red Bull
Toronto firm StudioAC has overhauled part of a church in the city, creating a contemporary two-bedroom home with a curved balustrade clad in pale wood. The converted religious building now houses the Pape Loft, which takes its name from an informal term for a Roman Catholic priest or pope, often used in Scotland in the mid-1900s.
Raúl Sánchez Architects has refurbished the Sardenya Apartment in Barcelona, creating an open-plan space with different functions defined by black and white tones. Raúl Sánchez Architects renovated the residential apartment on the fourth floor of a 1970s building in Barcelona to create a two-bedroom flat with a flexible layout for a single man. The architect removed all but the structural