Tribeca Loft - the most magnificent mansion in the world

Located in Tribeca, New York, was designed by the Studio Rivelli Architects practice this is one of the most magnificent mansion in the world and it is currently on sale for the sum of 49.5 million dollars. Although the sum might seem quite high, once you take a look inside you might change your mind. We have seen other projects from this area, most of them apartments and due to the high standard of life here space is often an issue in Manhattan.
Space though is definitely not an issue with this mansion since it spreads over a surface of 30000 square feet with six floors of luxury above the ground and two more below which have living and commercial space. Of course there is also a terrace on the rooftop to give you the best view in the area!
The mansion was built in 1862 and it still maintains the historic elements but it was adapted to the contemporary standards incorporating an elevator, a gym and basketball court in the basement and stylish interiors that ensure every comfort. The furniture is hardwood with a lot of book shelves, an impressive living area acting as an art gallery and a large fully equipped kitchen.

Elegance apartment that most of us dream about

Designed by the architect Richard Meier with an overview of the Hudson River is this imposing apartment. This amazing apartment is located on 165 Charles Street in the Meatpacking District of Manhattan, New York City. The building itself, spreading over 16 floors with full service luxury condominium, won the 2005 Housing Design Award of the New York Chapter of the American Institute of Architects and the apartment is a modern landmark with the interior furnished and designed by the architect himself.
The penthouse has a surface of 4500 square feet with an 1800 feet wrap terrace that provides a view of the skyline and river. There are four bedrooms and four bathrooms, with a large living area that features floor to ceiling windows.
The kitchen was designed by Meier with custom cabinets, Corian countertops, Gaggenau convection oven and cooktop, Sub-Zero refrigerator and a Dornbracht sink. The master bedroom covers the entire upper level with a spa-like bathroom and a generous dressing room.

House design for university students in Melbourne, Australia

When your children go to university, one problem that may make you confuse is should or should not let them live in school or live in your house. Live in the dormitory, your children will be lack of many things like water, private space,.. but they can learn how to get on with others. Besides dormitory, if your children go to Melbourne, Australia, you should let them go to student housing that for university student. This project designed by the DKO architectural practice and located close to several universities and learning institutions.
 The project has a striking façade composed of bright and dark materials that contrast with oval and straight geometries and the same edges continue inside into the public spaces. Elements like the patterns of the Bolon Floor or the Imac zone desk and bench were highlighted through the careful consideration of the lighting designer.

 The communal spaces for the students reduce the need of some individual requirements and thus save more energy. The kitchenettes, study rooms and TV rooms improve interaction and reduce wastage while also being more time efficient. The materials and furnishings were chosen for their durability so that they would resist the daily use and one of the most important elements was the Bolon woven textile due to the high durability and sustainable source.

Fujitsu Headquarters design in Sydney, Australia

 The Woods Bagot architecture has designed the Oceania Headquarters for Fujitsu in Sydney, Australia with a total surface of 9000 square meters spread over five floors that were created to focus on the employees and customers.
The design wants to integrate with the building and thus Woods Bagot worked closely with the Fujitsu employees to bring together the base lobby and from there continue into the work areas on the upper levels.A central staircase is what links the five floors and it leads to the kitchen, social areas or work environments. There aren’t any allocated desks since an agile workspace concept was preferred to encourage the staff to vary in their work practices since a new setting might bring new ideas with it.
There are sit-to-stand work spots on each floor and interactive zones as well. The Japanese heritage of the firm is references through several origami motifs and the layering of timber, while the oak timber cladding in the meeting rooms and the handmade furniture bring an organic element to the aesthetic.