ALFREDO GREGORI DESIGN Madrid - Spain

cabbagerose:

residence in kato kifissia/tense architecture network

via: blueverticalstudio

remash:

brick house ~ leth & gori

(via hyperform)

(Source: dwell.com, via architectura)

cabbagerose:

balcony house, madrid/a-cero

via: architizer

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Stairs by Matthias Haker

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Berliner Loft UEB, Germany by Axthelm Rolvien Architekten


Interior for 8 appartments by Axthelm Rolvien Architects in Cooperation with gmp.
Size: 2.500 m²
Photography: Klemens Ortmeyer

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The Number 6, Turin, Italy by Building Engineering

The architectural, artistic and restoration project developed by Building Engineering for Number 6, implemented by Building S.p.A. in 2012, restored the Baroque Palazzo Valperga Galleani, at Via Alfieri 6 in the heart of Turin, to its essential forms, fitted with luxury installations, infrastructures and finishes to improve its functionality, without harming its original historic appearance.
Built in 1663 by Maurizio Valperga and extended in 1781 by Michele Luigi Barberis, the palazzo has undergone some major changes over the centuries, both as regards its form and its use. It currently covers around 6,500 square metres over 7 floors, including 2 basements, and houses 36 apartments, garage, spa, gym and commercial premises.

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The Number 6, Turin, Italy by Building Engineering

The architectural, artistic and restoration project developed by Building Engineering for Number 6, implemented by Building S.p.A. in 2012, restored the Baroque Palazzo Valperga Galleani, at Via Alfieri 6 in the heart of Turin, to its essential forms, fitted with luxury installations, infrastructures and finishes to improve its functionality, without harming its original historic appearance.
Built in 1663 by Maurizio Valperga and extended in 1781 by Michele Luigi Barberis, the palazzo has undergone some major changes over the centuries, both as regards its form and its use. It currently covers around 6,500 square metres over 7 floors, including 2 basements, and houses 36 apartments, garage, spa, gym and commercial premises.

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ARCHITECTURE and Interior Design