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Conversion of a Paper Mill by Planet Studio

By • Dec 1, 2014

Conversion of a Paper Mill by Planet Studio (3)

Ludovic Martial, principal of French architectural firm sent us photos of the Labahou project, a paper mill the architect converted into a contemporary loft for a total budget of 100,000€.

Completed in 2012, the 1,830 square foot residence is located in Anduze, a small city in the Gard department in southern France.


Chambord Residence by naturehumaine

By • Aug 1, 2013

In order to create this modern residence that is located in Montréal, Canada, converted a 1920’s duplex into a single family home.

The 2013 renovation completely transformed the rear of the house and added three additional bedrooms as well as a home office.


Brooklyn Studio by David Berridge Architect

By • May 10, 2013

This contemporary interior is a 2008 project by that was created for an artist living in the Clinton Hill neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York, USA.

It was created through the transformation of an industrial building that now provides the owner with a comfortable space to live and work.


La Marseta Country House by Sonia Miralles Mud

By • Mar 18, 2013

This modern residence is a 2009 project by Sonia Miralles Mud that is located in Mutxamel, Alicante, Spain.

It was created from a converted tool shed that has been cleverly designed to maximize the space.


QT Sydney Hotel by Woodhead, Indyk Architects, and Nicholas Graham + Associates

By • Feb 8, 2013

This cozy, eclectic hotel was created by , , and using the bones of the historic Gowings department store and State Theatre in Sydney, Australia.

It is a 2012 project that blends classic, retro, contemporary, and even a few avant-garde elements.


Mechanics Institute Hall Conversion in South Melbourne

By • Nov 17, 2011

The 1857 Mechanics Institute Hall is located in South Yarra, a suburb in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, and it was recently converted into a state-of-the-art inner city retreat.

The now one bedroom two bath residence features a “huge free-flowing entertaining and living zones soaring vaulted ceilings!”


Before & After – Would You Live In a Garage?

By • Mar 7, 2011 •  Selected Work 

We are being serious here, would anyone out there live in a garage?

Well, French architects firm accepted the challenge and succeeded to convert a 441 square-foot double garage located in Bordeaux, France, into a nice living place for a single or a couple!



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