How to bring light to a dark apartment: a renovation project full of surprises.
Industrial and welcoming, the poetic Berlin loft apartment of a photographer, a space that combines minimalist concrete with a warm environment.
This unconventional hotel furnished with repurposed and upcycled pieces offers you the authentic experience of the city of Berlin.
An old garaged annexed to a eighteenth century villa was converted into a bright kitchen and dining room that opens onto the garden.
A minimalist decor brings out the simplicity of the ancient tuff structure, renovated in the heart of Matera.
Minimalism and poetry: how to light and decorate a period property with modern design icons.
The Green House: a mini loft apartment which looks like a tiny house with a courtyard, perfect if you want to visit all the wonders of Porto, Portugal.
No convertible furniture required: bespoke furniture was used to turn this studio apartment into a real home.
A raised bed which frees up necessary living room space, and a partition which turns into a table; this is the magic of convertible furniture.
In this tiny apartment, every detail slots together or overlaps, using every single inch just like on board ship.