ARCHITECTURA: Designed interiors♚ Whisperingchocolate said: Hi, my name is Aina and I have an interview this Saturday to get into University to study my diploma in interior designing.
I was just wondering if you have any tips or advice? Love your blog btw. Make sure you’re as outgoing as possible! Smile. Bring a portfolio if it’s required. Planeofchaos said: You are planning to go to school for architecture? Is this message directed to me or to the person who asked me the question before you? Both Commercial and Residential are thoroughly taught at the school that I’m going to. Preppydecor said: Did you do a bachelor's in ID ?
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Architecture. Imagine the renovation dilemmas.
A huge penthouse of a converted 1930s office building in TriBeCa, New York, is to be turned into a functioning home for a family with three teenagers. In fact, we can not quite imagine the issues that faced Steven Harris Architects when the family showed up, literally, at the doorstep of the celebrated architect and asked if he’d like to work on their home. Harris said yes and proceeded to make his magic. The scale of the apartment is huge and the freedom from budget constraints allowed for some spectacular solutions. Harris’s work is often distinguished by clarity and light, by the use of glass, by the maximization of views and, above all, bold solutions. What emerged as a result of the TriBeCa Penthouse project, is a multi-level (27th and 28th floors) nearly 8,000 square-foot (743 square meter) family-friendly residence that includes self-contained guest quarters and a new glass-and-teak-beam rooftop pavilion that functions as a recreation room.