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Residence Eisenhower: a particulier hotel in Reims

Completed in 2021, the restoration and interior design project by Chatillon Architects has given new life to a prestigious construction.

A residence integrated into the Umbrian landscape with Ipè wood

a house with a fascinating aesthetic, faithful to local tradition and perfectly integrated into the territory where it is located

The contemporary mid-century: between recovery and new inserts

the renovation of a 1950s apartment turned into an occasion to use contemporary artisan furnishings, techniques and materials.

Pink Microtopping® among the sands of East Sussex

The outdoors of the building were finished with Microtopping® Ideal Work® with an original pink color specifically designed for this project

New finishes at the historic Grand Hotel Victoria

Cotto d’Este floor and wall coverings were selected for the renovation, in particular for the Spa area

A modern passive house in the heart of historic Harlem

MESH Architectures designed the restoration of a single-family house, salvaging antique woodwork, while bringing the house up to passive-house standards.

Furla Headquarters: an industrial architecture integrated into nature

The architecture project, curated by GEZA Architettura, highlights a paramount theme: the integration of the industrial architecture into the Italian landscape, providing an opportunity to rethink the quality of the workspace. 

Renovation: Hendra Private Residence Pool & Spa

The owner of a private villa undergoing full remodelling, in Queensland, Australia, had always dreamed of having a large courtyard with a spectacular swimming pool.

"Cali Uptown": the mid-century Californian twist in the heart of Paris

Studio UNLTD translated the client's vision of a vibrant restaurant design with a strong connection to the mood and lifestyle that inspired the Southern California modernist design movement.

A sugar factory transformed into a hotel complex

From the onset of the transformation project, the architecture and design firms involved focused on preserving the history of the building by retaining almost all elements of the old factory, right down to its screws and sheet scraps.