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Dining Room Partition Designs & Ideas

Dining Room
Dining Room
Axis Mundi
"Revival” implies a retread of an old idea—not our interests at Axis Mundi. So when renovating an 1840s Greek Revival brownstone, subversion was on our minds. The landmarked exterior remains unchanged, as does the residence’s unalterable 19-foot width. Inside, however, a pristine white space forms a backdrop for art by Warhol, Basquiat and Haring, as well as intriguing furnishings drawn from the continuum of modern design—pieces by Dalí and Gaudí, Patrick Naggar and Poltrona Frau, Armani and Versace. The architectural envelope references iconic 20th-century figures and genres: Jean Prouvé-like shutters in the kitchen, an industrial-chic bronze staircase and a ground-floor screen employing cast glass salvaged from Gio Ponti’s 1950s design for Alitalia’s Fifth Avenue showroom (paired with mercury mirror and set within a bronze grid). Unable to resist a bit of our usual wit, Greek allusions appear in a dining room fireplace that reimagines classicism in a contemporary fashion and lampshades that slyly recall the drapery of Greek sculpture. Size: 2,550 sq. ft. Design Team: John Beckmann and Richard Rosenbloom Photography: Adriana Bufi, Andrew Garn, and Annie Schlecter © Axis Mundi Design LLC
RISTRUTTURAZIONE DI INTERNI
RISTRUTTURAZIONE DI INTERNI
architetti associati Marrone Parlato
Un appartamento all'interno di un edificio realizzato nel '55. Il progetto ha interessato l'intero impianto distributivo aggiungendo il nuovo spazio della galleria vetrata allo scopo di ricucire gli ambienti prospicienti la terrazza sull'interno. Il giardino è stato interamente riprogettato. Foto di Mauro Filippi
Delresto Dr.
Delresto Dr.
Meridith Baer Home
Photos courtesy of ANR Signature Homes
Innenraum 1
Innenraum 1
WOLTERECK FITZNER PartG mbB
Fotograf: Gunther Binsack, Leipzig
Lima Residence
Lima Residence
Abramson Architects
The open plan features living spaces with a high ceiling and clear story windows that allow soft filtered light to enter every room. Photo: Jim Bartsch