All posts with tag:red brick

Paris is primarily famous for its ancient architecture and classic interiors, and not for its brutal industrial spaces. Therefore, the architect Felix De Montesquiou was lucky to find such a spacious loft with high ceilings and brickwork, which mood is more reminiscent of New York interiors. The owner decided not to overload the magnificent space…

The renovation project of this unusual brick house in London is built around its wonderful garden – the owners wanted better interaction with nature, which was to play an important role in the updated design. For these purposes, the architects provided abundant glazing in the house and repeated the facade brickwork in the interiors –…

This red brick townhouse in London dates back more than 200 years, most of which it was used as a brewery. Today, this unique residential residence is for sale for £5 million on the Domus Nova website. Together with the beautiful Georgian facade, the potential buyer will get traditional English interiors with bold details –…

Behind almost every summer cottage in Scandinavia is a story about how a middle-aged couple decided to move to the suburbs closer to nature, found an old traditional house and brought it back to life with their own hands. Today’s house near Copenhagen is no exception, with the only difference being not a colored wooden…

The spacious living room of this house in Brazil looks like an old warehouse or a factory premise converted into housing: a high ceiling (partially of glass), a huge open space with several functional areas, red brick walls. But in fact, this is a new construction, just the architects from Memola Estudio decided to build…

Designers of Architect George studio claim that in their fresh project of 1905 federation house renovation in Sydney they tried to blur the line between the past and modernity. Indeed, looking at the bright interiors of the house, it is difficult to guess how old it is and what time period does he belong to….

This brownstone townhouse in Brooklyn is the dream of any city dweller, because it combines the spaciousness of a country house with all the advantages of living in a megalopolis. Typically, this type of building does not imply large panoramic windows, but the owners of this house have completely redesigned its original structure. Therefore, now…

Houses with a history are very popular in the West, and usually, buyers are not at all embarrassed, but rather attracted by the need for reconstruction and renovation of old housing. This is especially true for creative people, such as the family of the owners of this 200-year-old townhouse in one of the districts of…

We all love the brutality of the texture of the brickwork – because they originally contrast with beautiful elegant furniture and strict forms of interior items. A brick, especially imitating a bare wall, says a lot about the owner of such a home. This is, of course, a creative person, devoid of frame thinking and…