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To create a modern and futuristic atmosphere, our mineral concrete wallapper played a central role at the trade fair stand from Audi AG. The concrete wallpaper clad more then 600 sqm selected areas of the stand and visually highlighted Audi's high-quality vehicles and technical innovations. Oettle ferber associates GmbH, Grasbrunn Thomas Wolfs – Ingenieurbüro TW-I A&A Expo China Audi AG
Beijing Auto Show 2024, AUDI AG, Trade fair exhibition stand by Wall Rapture | Architonic
To create a modern and futuristic atmosphere, our mineral concrete wallapper played a central role at the trade fair stand from Audi AG. The concrete wallpaper clad more then 600 sqm selected areas of the stand and visually highlighted Audi's high-quality vehicles and technical innovations. Oettle ferber associates GmbH, Grasbrunn Thomas Wolfs – Ingenieurbüro TW-I A&A Expo China Audi AG
a living room filled with furniture and a potted plant
Meridiani House Milano by Meridiani | Architonic
Meridiani Andrea Parisio Meridiani's historic location in Milan, at Corso Venezia 29, always a reference point for design professionals and enthusiasts, announces the launch of the "Meridiani House" concept: the project of an apartment-showroom that goes beyond a mere brand space to become a renewed exhibition format.
an indoor lounge area with couches, tables and potted plants
ATMOSPHERE by Krallerhof by Meridiani | Architonic
Weber Interior Design Weber Interior Design, Krallerhof Austria Hotel Krallerhof, a family-run five-star hotel in the heart of the Austrian Alps, offers ATMOSPHERE, a futuristic-style spa building designed by the architect Hadi Teherani and furnished with Meridiani collections. Weber, the interior design studio in charge of the project and based in Zell am See (Austria), chose Meridiani products for the ATMOSPHERE, a haven devoted to tranquility and harmony. Everything was conceived with an ...
a bed room with a neatly made bed and a chair
Saint-Hubert apartment by Vives St-Laurent | Architonic
<p class="">The wall-mounted faucet and marble backsplash become the focal elements of the kitchen and infuse character into the space. Natural stone, combining green and brown shades, is used to create a monolithic-style island, while the neutral colour of the kitchen cabinets allows the materiality of the stone to take center stage. High cabinets hide the pantry and refrigerator, whereas the lower section provides plenty of storage space.</p> <p class=""&g...
an empty restaurant with tables and chairs
Hilton Vienna Stadtpark by Englisch Dekor | Architonic
London Design Studio Gottard-Littlefair The Hilton Hotel in Vienna shines in new splendor from the lobby to the presidential suite. The general refurbishment was completed at the end of 2020 and now this hotel is once again setting new standards in accommodation and hospitality. The interior concept created by London design studio Gottard-Littlefair also provided space for our diva velour item and our touch-basic faux leather to blend harmoniously into the successful whole and set the scene p...
an empty conference room with blue chairs
Hotel Marriot Geneva by Englisch Dekor | Architonic
Hirsch Bedner Associates The interior design was executed by the renowned design studio HBA (Hirsch Bedner Associates) and our Dimout Linen FR was chosen for the Metting Space & Event.
the hotel is located in an alpine area
Schwarzenstein Premium SPA by Englisch Dekor | Architonic
Matteo Thun The Schwarzenstein Hotel in South Tyrol was designed by renowned architect Matteo Thun. Its interior blends modern style with alpine flair, featuring natural materials like wood and stone. The rooms are spacious and stylishly furnished, offering spectacular views of the surrounding mountain landscape. The hotel boasts top-notch restaurants, a luxurious spa, and a comprehensive activities program for guests. Overall, the Schwarzenstein Hotel offers an unforgettable experience amids...
a living room with green walls and wooden flooring is pictured in this image, there is a black futon sofa against the wall
Lanaudière Residence by Michael Godmer Studio | Architonic
<p class="">Above all, it was essential to preserve the building’s memories and history, since the client inherited the house from her mother. A simple approach was chosen that allowed us to maximize the existing floorspace, so that the owners, in their 30s, and their two dogs can enjoy the space for many years to come.</p> <p class="">The project started with a consultation aimed at resolving some design issues, such as maximizing storage or updating the...
an open floor plan with stairs leading up to the kitchen
St Johns House by Paul Archer Design | Architonic
<p>After we've built her house in London, our client retuned and asked us to build her a light filled home in Wivenhoe, close to the Colne Estuary. A house to welcome friends, for art, for entertaining.<br>Our client found a plot in Wivenhoe, near to the river Colne, in an area formally home to ship-building yards. The brief was for a home for an artist, light filled, with room to work and to entertain. An energy efficient home, that minimises heating costs.</p> <p&g...
a living room filled with furniture and a fire place next to a wall mounted tv
Gallery House by Workroom | Architonic
<p>The brief for this project was notable for its dualities. Our clients sought a meticulously crafted residence—luxurious yet understated, secluded yet with striking street presence. This directive gave us freedom to explore and experiment with materials, form and proportions.</p> <p>We employed a blend of concrete, stone, wood, terrazzo, and linen to introduce warmth and colour. Together, these elements interact with light, producing reflections, depth, and enriching the s...
an empty room with white walls and wood flooring on the side, along with a black table in the middle
Port-Royal Apartment by Mitchell Sweibel Studio | Architonic
<p>The monumental building lobby proved to be an important study for conceptualizing the apartment renovation. The lobby features a limited selection of classic and noble materials. <a>Simple lines and architectural forms repeat to create order, giving the lobby presence and elegance.</a></p> <p>“Our goal was to introduce a contemporary language of design but remain faithful to the character of the building and its timeless architecture,” explains Mitchell Sweibe...
a living room filled with furniture and a fire place
Neo Art Deco House by Aisel Kononenko | Architonic
<p>– <em>The owner of the house is a bright and charismatic person. I wanted to show her energy and character in the space through accent details and bold combinations. As a result, we came up with a classic palette of materials that fit into the modern geometry of the house. The compromise between tradition and modernity was the interior with Art Deco elements</em>. – shares the designer.</p> <p>Space<br>On the house's ground floor, there are public a...
a man sitting in a wheel chair inside of a room next to a door and window
CASAVERA by gon architects | Architonic
CASAVERA is the transformation in the old fishermen's neighborhood of El Cabanyal, in the city of Valencia (Spain), of an old and humid sports store between party walls, of 135 m² on the first floor, into a bright Mediterranean home; a change of use that pivots on the fact that all the spaces of the house comply with strict accessibility regulations to make life easier for Elies, one of the owners and in a wheelchair since he was 18 years old due to a spinal cord injury caused by an acci...
an outdoor seating area with tables and umbrellas
Hotel Six Senses by Ceramiche Keope | Architonic
The heart of the Valais canton is home to a charming high-altitude establishment: the brand new Hotel Six Senses Crans-Montana, ideal for an immersive experience in the life of the Alps, with a breathtaking view of the Matterhorn and Mont Blanc. A true temple of well-being where you can rejuvenate, Six Senses is the contemporary answer to the old Valais stone chalets. An excellent example of sustainable architecture, this refined hospitality project gives the Percorsi Extra collection by Cer...
a living room with two chairs and a fire place in the middle of the room
Artchimboldi Barcelona by Arquitect Emma Martí | Architonic
<p>Anna and Emma chose to preserve original elements, such as mouldings, Nolla mosaic floors and carpentry details, to maintain the authenticity and historic character of the house. In addition, they decided to update the rooms by introducing two key materials: pine wood and textured glass. Wood brings warmth and, when left untreated, gives a modern touch to the spaces, standing out against a modernist base. The application of these materials, the common thread of the project, was carri...