All posts with tag:historical building

The Italian brand Mutina is well known in the design circles as it offers wonderful tiles for modern interiors. The company recently created a four-room guest house in Modena, Italy, where friends and guests of the factory can stay. And of course, the designers did not miss the opportunity to demonstrate their products in the…

When the family of architects Niklas and Laura first saw an apartment in a 100-year-old villa near Copenhagen, they were sure that this was 100% their home. Despite the complexity of the upcoming renovation, the couple understood that the atmosphere of the premises with history is very important for them and that this is something…

Australian magazine Domain has compared the interiors of this beautiful Edwardian home in Melbourne to the famous tale Alice in Wonderland. The reason for this is the whimsical decor and bold vibrant colors in some rooms. Glorious classic details, that fit perfectly into the modern design, add a twist to the interiors: bay window, stained-glass…

When designer Rebecca Ravel first entered this beautiful historic townhouse of 1890s in Bozeman, Montana, she immediately felt a special aura and a spiritual connection with the home. ‘It was a place of peaceful strength and grounding, this was the place where I should settle down,” Rebecca recalls. It was only after the new owner…

Despite the considerable age of the Moscow house (built in 1954), a young family became the new owners of this apartment, who were attracted by the old Moscow spirit and the opportunity to touch the history. Nevertheless, a completely non-classical path was chosen in the design of the interiors. Although the designer’s main idea was…

We often post projects of apartments in beautiful historical houses in the cities of old Europe (especially in Paris), but we have never shown offices in such buildings. Polish architect Maria Murawski recently unveiled a magnificent office project in an old house on one of the most beautiful streets in Paris. The space was intended…