All posts with tag:non-residential reconstruction

Conversions of non-residential homes usually always turn out to be very interesting, and religious or sacral buildings do cause a special resonance. Today we have an old chapel in Sweden, which, after a recent renovation, has got a very interesting and unusual residential look. The main huge space of the living-kitchen-dining room is especially impressive:…

Lotta Agaton is rightfully one of the most famous and successful modern designers in Sweden. Needless to say, she worked with Bjarke Ingels himself, the famous Norwegian architect who builds innovative houses around the world. Today we have a great opportunity to step inside Lotta’s apartment, which the designer recently put up for sale. This…

Architect Heather A. Wilson is famous for bringing back many old homes in Charleston, South Carolina. Working with historical architecture is her calling card and her most important passion in life. One of her latest projects is the reconstruction of the old carriage house for her family. Now, on the site of the once-abandoned utility…

The building in Stockholm, in which this apartment is located, was built back in 1881 and for a long time was considered the oldest gymnasium in all of Sweden. But a fire in the early 2000s destroyed almost all of the historic interiors, after which the building fell into disrepair for several years. And now,…

Previously, on the site of this apartment in Stockholm, there was a cigar factory built in 1897, from which the building inherited large windows and high ceilings. Now a young family with a child lives here, and the new look of the apartment is fully consistent with their character. The interiors balance between white and…

Hannah, the owner of this house in Copenhagen, has a very unusual profession – she is a textile artist, creates original objects of art using all kinds of fabrics to decorate interiors. Her home also cannot be called ordinary – it is a former pencil factory with an open space, many windows and very high…

Metal columns and beams, huge windows in black frame, high ceilings – the attentive viewer will immediately recognize the signature features of industrial style in design of this Swedish apartment. Indeed, the home is located in a former factory in Stockholm, which has recently been converted into stylish living spaces. Scandinavian interiors are quite versatile…