The design of the new convent took place through a long-time participatory processwhich allowed us to focus on a complex functional program that combined the requests related to the lifestyle of the clients, religious dedicated to prayer, hospitality and to fraternal life, with the needs deriving from the climatic and social conditions of the site. The Convent is situated in the neighborhood of São Cristóvão, one of the most dangerous and fragile of Salvador.
This is a home for a young family of four with a great affinity for sports and art located in the suburbs of Prague. The terrain of this property slopes slightly away from the driveway, allowing us to locate the parking on the roof of this one story home, which leaves the main part of the house not visible from the outside except for a volume of the garage. In the ground floor four separate wings each with different function are connected in the main hall which accommodates a curved concrete staircase, a main entrance to the house.
London-based architecture and interior design studio Nenmar unveils the interiors of the new flagship store of acclaimed fashion designer Emilia Wickstead, whose collections are held in some of the most prestigious retailers in the world. The 370sq m boutique is located at 152-153 Sloane Street, in the heart of Knightsbridge, one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in London. Having delivered prestigious retail spaces, including the four-storeys Thom Sweeney townhouse in London’s Mayfair, Nenmar was appointed to translate Emilia Wickstead’s timeless and elegant simplicity into a sophisticated and effortless interior space.
Designing building at small corner plot in the vicinity of the existing housing development was a real challenge for us. In the context of business, its great advantage are good exposure to the surroundings and close proximity to a very popular leisure resort, which is located at Lake Paprocany in Tychy.
DUBoak – Maritime Heritage Interpretation Center in Malinska on the island of krk is part of a larger project for the development of the Malinska coastal belt – a result of a public architectural competition that became a strategic document for the future development of this island town. After the realization of the project for the main square and the reconstruction of the „Velika Barka“ waterfront, the Interpretation Center is the newest part of the project that is transforming the public spaces of Malinska, which were neglected for many years despite the strong tourism growth.
Architecture shelters life stories, molding, conditioning and building them. This recollection is written in the first person since the name of the project is a tribute to my grandparents and their house, our home and workspace.
A residential house has been reconstructed in the Ribiškės Landscape Reserve belonging to the Pavilnys Regional Park.
The land is located in Guayllabamba, a rural parish one hour away from Quito’s city, characterized by being a green spot within a dry valley. The request. A couple conformed by a historian and a film director, in the post-pandemic stage, they saw the need to find and build a space to disconnect from the city and reconnect with nature, a space to rest and work during periods of isolation and weekends also. In their family land, full of vegetation and must of it avocado trees, they found the ideal place to establish their new space.
House Paap, located on the edge of the beautiful Kluisbos in Huizingen (Belgium), concerns the necessary total renovation and extension of a detached single-family house with an outspoken sixties atmosphere.
Located in the Macharius quarter, an area in the center of Ghent (Belgium) where the layers of the city’s history are most apparent, JJ House, a 19th-century terraced house, neighbors St Bavo’s Abbey and the former city slaughterhouse.