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Estelle Vincent Architecture was hired with the daunting task of designing the new headquarters of Ekimetrics within a classic Haussmann building on the Champs-Élysées in Paris. The building comes with historical significance and traditional charm, while Ekimetrics is a marketing company that’s dynamic and artistic. The challenge was to merge the two to create a cohesive office space fit for the young brand within 1000 square meters (10,763 square feet).
To help break up the larger rooms of the office, which house a large number of workstations, they designed structures within these open spaces to add some privacy for informal conference rooms, like the above Eki.Cube.
Le 2 Workshop were tasked with designing a new home, the family’s third, that would ultimately be their last one. Their previous houses were dark and lacked enough space, so those issues were at the forefront of the brand-new, 286-square-meter (3078-square-feet) design. Located near the forest in Lodz, Poland, the Third House From The Sun was built on a strange shaped lot which led to a unique floor plan.
The one-story design’s entrance almost bisects the middle perimeter, which was done after careful research into the ephemeris of the sun, as well as local building rules. They wanted to build an eco-friendly home so capturing daylight when they can is necessary.
We went around the world, featuring tiny apartments to a bar made out of shipping containers, and even a modern treehouse, and everything in between. From macro to micro, we showcased some of the most jaw-dropping architecture your mind probably never thought existed. Take a look back at the top 10 Architecture posts we featured in 2014.
10. Tiny 100-Square-Foot Apartment Virtually Transforms Throughout Day
Using digital projection and modular furniture, a tiny windowless 100 sqft micro apartment is virtually transformed into various rooms with multiple views.
The Y Duplex Penthouse is spread out over 160 square meters (1722 square feet) in one of Tel Aviv’s neighborhoods where all of the multi-story buildings look the same, mostly uninspired. Pitsou Kedem Architects were hired to bring life to the roof top apartment through the use of modern elements and raw materials, like exposed concrete, iron stairs and furniture, terrazzo floors, and bare wood.
The new staircase creates a sense of separation within the interior, while tying in materials, like steel and wood, that you’ll see throughout the space.
This Amsterdam-based home used to be a garage before i29 interior architects got ahold of it. Now it’s a light-filled space with a long, pitched skylight that runs through the open floor plan living area. The main floor houses 230 square meters (2475 square feet) so each area feels open and spacious.
The color palette was kept simple with bright white for the walls and ceilings, light gray floors, and rough oak and black surfaces, but they brought in a bold green spice it up.