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Simple plaster surfaces sit alongside aged wooden ceiling beams within this ceramics studio in Coimbra, Portugal, which has been overhauled by Luisa Bebiano Arquitectos and Atelier do Corvo. Situated near the city centre, the Old Ceramic Society of Coimbra has been revamped by local practices Luisa Bebiano Arquitectos and Atelier do Corvo to "emphasise the continuity of time,
Tropical plants sprouting up from partition walls provide privacy to workers inside this office in Utrecht, which has been overhauled by architecture studio Space Encounters. Occupying the 14th floor of a recently-completed tower in central Utrecht, the office for Dutch property developers Synchroon features leafy partitions that are intended to be an alternative to claustrophobic,
Brickwork walls, engraved tins ceilings and custom furniture feature in this boutique hotel in Tel Aviv. The Vera is a 39-room hotel in a five-storey structure that functioned as offices in the 1950s, and before that, a maternity ward. The project is owned and run by Danny Tamari, who designed the hotel with local studio
Barcelona-based Hiha Studio removed floors and inserted lofty voids to create this light-filled family home in a northeastern Spanish village. Originally two separate houses connected by rammed earth party-walls, the house is made up of two narrow rectangular plots that measure around five metres wide and between 15 and 30 metres in length. Located in
Creative agency StyleMood has transformed a 19th-century firehouse in New York City into this cosy members' club. The six-storey Habitas clubhouse occupies a fire station, which was built in 1885 near Penn Station – the busiest transit hub in the United States. Locally based StyleMood overhauled the six-storey building on 240 West 30th Street for