All posts with tag:historical building

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…

This red brick home is located in the touristy Cotswolds, Gloucestershire, in the south west of England. The building used to function as a school – hence the large windows and an imposing fireplace to light and heat the spacious auditoriums. A few years ago, the house was converted into a residential one, but during…

Just 30 minutes from Florence and Siena, in the heart of the Chianti wine region, lies the 12th-century castle, now the Como Castello Del Nero. The nature of Tuscany, with its green hills and slender rows of cypress trees, is beautiful in itself, but this hotel fits into the local landscape just as wonderfully. The…

The new hotel Villa Copenhagen has recently opened in the building of the former General Post and Telegraph Office of Copenhagen. The building of 1912, built in the neo-baroque style, was recognized as an architectural monument, which means that special attention was riveted to this reconstruction. The main post office accommodated as many as 390…

For this old farmhouse in Burgundy, designers of Fgstudio didn’t invent anything but simply renewed the charming classic interiors. There is a lot of noble wood in the interiors: these are massive beams, graceful panels, and doors – almost all elements of natural warm shade. In a combination to the wooden surfaces, the designers also…

The restoration of this 19th-century carriage house is amazing. The home is located in the heart of Charleston, South Carolina, and was part of a major renovation project for historic buildings. The building has been restored with great respect for original details and architecture and converted into a luxurious residential building. A team of designers…