All posts with tag:non-residential reconstruction

From the first photo of this small house in Sweden, it becomes clear that this is an unusual home and not a typical project: compact and sometimes cramped rooms, low ceilings, access to the streets from the living room and several terraces. The fact is that in the past, there was an old farmhouse on…

Today we have a bright industrial home in Connecticut with an unusual history. The apartment is located in a spacious, high-ceilinged, open-plan premise that was used to bottle the world’s most famous drink – Coca-Cola. After the production was moved to another location, a beautiful building from the late 19th century was converted into residential…

In our country, no one lives in the old and once abandoned school buildings, but in Scandinavia, this is not such a rare case. Today we have an example of an unusual summer cottage in Sweden, which was converted from an old village school built in 1860. The main and largest room was logically designed…

This spacious loft was created on the site of an old warehouse facility in Italy – in fact, the designers decorated and zoned a huge open space with high ceilings and a characteristic roof and windows. The stylish dark blue shade of the walls added even more drama to the rooms, while the natural wood…

The high ceilings and unusually large windows in this Swedish apartment immediately hint at the unique history of the building – and indeed, this house used to be a post office, which was recently converted into housing. Now, these apartments are a very popular option, especially among young people, due to their trendy loft characteristics….

Most likely, this old village church in Sweden would have had to be demolished if not for Josephine and Ilias, who bought it a few years ago to turn it into their summer residence. Until recently, the building was practically falling apart, but the new owners did not destroy it, on the contrary, they decided…

This apartment in Paris can be called maximalist, as in one space we see a lot of decor items and design solutions. On the other hand, the contrast of color, textures and abundance of details does not tire here. On the contrary, everything is sustained in the elegant Parisian style we love so much, with…

Eva and Christian bought an old 19th-century farm in the cornfields of Sweden 9 years ago with the idea of ​​creating a cozy weekend getaway with an eye on permanent retirement. The house had everything they wanted: original barn architecture with high ceilings, large windows, an open floor plan, and a large land lot. The…