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A top floor apartment that overlooks the city of Poznań, Poland, went from builder grade and unfinished to being a modern slash industrial space with bold details. Mili Młodzi Ludzie reworked the layout to make better sense and to take advantage of all of the windows, which span two exterior walls. The goal was to have glimpses of the view from the moment one enters the apartment. They added another design layer into the interior by outfitting the built-in cabinets with geometric doo

When 300 self-proclaimed “data nerds” at software analytics company New Relic needed a new place in Portland to call their work home, they brought in IA Interior Architects to make their very own “Nerdvana” happen. After strategizing together, IA based their design on the company’s core values: accountable, BOLD, passionate, authentic, connected, and frictionless. The office is broken up into various sections to house everything from larger groups to ind

Bossley Architects recently completed the White House, a design that features a series of spaces that begin at the south-facing entryway and continue to the north-facing living areas, which then open out to Rangitoto and Takapuna Beach. Located in Takapuna, Auckland, the home’s inviting entry is clad with vertical cedar boards that start off as a fence and continue to become the exterior siding of the house. It doesn’t stop at the doorway – the wood curves and continues o

Situated on a narrow road in Dublin City Centre, the Prices Lane house was designed by ODOS Architects, who had to work within strict parameters due to its fixed space. For the family, they created an open courtyard that allowed more natural light to flood the interior. The design divides the house into two main volumes with the courtyard in the middle, which also gives them a private outdoor space. The interior features modest-sized rooms, which meant careful consideration when it c

Tropical locations usually conjure up color palettes of blues and greens but this property includes all the colors of the rainbow. Designed by French architect Jean Nouvel, the Las Boas building is an urban jungle that boasts unbeatable views of the island of Formentera and old town Ibiza. It exists primarily as a residential complex but the Creamhotel has added one of building’s apartments to their Ibiza vacation rental portfolio, calling it the Ibiza Glam, which means you can stay a

For this week’s Friday Five, we check in with the London-born Brandon Haw who is the President and CEO of his eponymous, New York-based architecture and design studio. Growing up in the 60s with artist parents, Haw gravitated to the minimalist and conceptual art world that the period was known for. After attending London’s Bartlett School of Architecture and Planning, he crossed the pond and earned his Master’s Degree in Architecture from Princeton University. After

The following post is brought to you by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. Our partners are handpicked by the Design Milk team because they represent the best in design. This year marks the 150th anniversary of Frank Lloyd Wright’s birth. Everyone from designers to Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation president & CEO, Stuart Graff, have suggested that the best way to learn about the lasting impact Wright has had is to experience a Frank Lloyd Wright site in person. Consideri

Once a cramped attic space in Amsterdam, Studiospacious and AHAA transformed the interior into a spacious, modern apartment that you’d never know had previously been used for just storage. A suspended ceiling was removed to give the space much needed height and giving it an open floor plan gives the feeling of more space. The wooden beam that’s used to lift and bring things up from the street has become a design detail. White walls and a pale herringbone floor keep it lig

Architect Craig Steely grew up tinkering in a family whose motto was ‘custom anything’ so it’s not all that surprising that he’s scaled that idea up to the design of buildings. It’s refreshing to hear him talk about how that mentality has informed not only his work, but the very nature of his architecture practice; a small, personal, agile practice that focuses on meaning, relationships, and… hot lava! Listen: Roof deck of our home and studio in San Francisco \\\ Photo by Daniel Karp

Overlooking the Dnipro River in the Ukraine, the River View Apartment was designed by SVOYA Studio to expand on the city and river views by combining two apartments. The young family was expecting a baby and longed for an open kitchen, dining room, and living room, along with a master bedroom with a bathroom and dressing area, and a nursery. The new, expanded layout worked perfectly, as most of the rooms reside along the window-lined exterior, while the bathrooms and closets are inwa

Opening their first office in China, Canadian brand Herschel Supply hired Linehouse to create a space in Shanghai where old residential buildings are being torn down. What’s left of the demolition, i.e. the many layers of materials, is where they began with the design process. Inside the space, a black metal structure was installed to house a lounge, pantry, meeting room, bathroom, and storage. Glass divides the space up to allow light and sight lines to to remain. They used c

The following post is brought to you by The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation. Our partners are hand-picked by the Design Milk team because they represent the best in design. June 8, 2017, marks the 150th anniversary of the birth of the greatest American architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. And while 150 seems like a number that’s pretty far off into the distant past, after chatting with Foundation President Stuart Graff, we were struck by how forward-thinking Wright was, and

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