The ZOKU Loft is a variable living space whose flexible furnishings address any guest’s individual needs. As required, the space can be used as a bedroom, living room or office.
Take an Edwardian building and garnish it carefully with all kinds of wondrous colours, ones that make not only children smile.
The creative extension of one half of a London row house is a successful example of how minimal living space can be enlarged, giving the interior a roomy, playful character.
Whenever singletons and couples move into small spaces once occupied by families of three or four, opportunities emerge for designing new living concepts.
Taking up the habitus of building on a vacant lot with only one neighbour, the Viennese studio would like to transplant the density typical of city centres to the suburbs.
An alternative form of accommodation recently opened in the Favoriten working-class district of Vienna is a Spartan antidote to the design hotels.
In their redesign of Delicious Doughnuts, a former after-hour club, into the elegant DEAN, Bruzkus Batek Architects have provided Berlin's night life a new address.
PKMN Architectures has come up with a flexible piece of furniture that adapts to personal needs.
House S, designed by Japanese architect Yuusuke Karasawa, plays with stairways, levels and perspectives.
Op-art and gestalt psychology served as sources of inspiration for the appearance of the Pulsate showroom in London’s Primrose Hill district.