ADRIAN AMORE ARCHITECTS

Loft Apartment West Melbourne

ADRIAN AMORE ARCHITECTS   LOFT APARTMENT WEST MELBOURNE

source: aaarchitectscomau

Adrian Amore is a Melbourne based architect whose focus is to create architecture through a rigorous design process using ingenuity, invention & craft. Each individual project undergoes a level of experimentation where the potentials of space and form are explored. The way in which the spaces work and the building functions is the primary driving force behind the schematic design followed by a layering of design concepts & details which shape & transform the building into the tailored product.
The practice is committed to managing projects through the full procurement process and meeting the demands of the current and future environmental performance requirements including passive design implementation to produce ‘healthy’ buildings.

Adrian Amore graduated from Melbourne University in 2000, and established Adrian Amore Architects in 2008.
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source: dezeen

A sweeping, sculptural staircase extends through the centre of this monochrome inner-city loft apartment in Melbourne, Australia, by Adrian Amore Architects.

Adrian Amore Architects renovated the apartment interior for an investor to create a stark, modern space.

The building was originally used as a butter factory and converted into apartments in the 1990s. The architects removed a steel truss through the centre of the space and replaced the roof to make room for additional bedrooms.

Adrian Amore told Dezeen the twisted staircase, that is made from steel and covered with plywood and plaster, was constructed and tested on site.

“I wanted to dramatise the form of the stair, to give it more movement than a conventional circular stair, almost as though it had been pulled or stretched at its mid point,” Amore explained.

“This was challenging to build, to distribute the loads evenly, as the stair naturally wanted to flex at at its mid point, and so we were worried about it bouncing,” he added.

The stair treads are covered in a dark-stained hardwood.

The ground floor features a bathroom, laundry and pantry space are concealed behind more curving plaster walls. The kitchen, living room, dining room and studio are all open-plan.

Grey marble covers benches and splash backs, while low-hanging lights are fixed above the kitchen table, which is also covered with marble.

Sliding doors between the downstairs areas also mean the space can be separated or left open for entertaining.

A pair of bedrooms upstairs sit across from a bathroom and another large studio space, while a wooden roof deck offers views over the city.

Photography is by Fraser Marsden.

Here’s a project description from Adrian Amore:

Walls tear, bend and converge in this sleek loft apartment interior housed in a former butter factory, in West Melbourne, Australia, by architect Adrian Amore.

A sculptural stair sits at the converging point in the space, twisting dramatically, and soaring up towards a recreational roof deck which overlooks the city of Melbourne.

The original apartment contained a steel truss which sliced through its centre, polarising, and its removal, together with the removal of the existing roof generated accessible space for addition bedrooms.

A monochrome palate of white on white with charcoal and black, plays with the abundant natural light which is drawn in from the large north facing windows and ceiling void.

An essentially open ground floor plan is defined by bending, wrapping walls which contain a bathroom, laundry and storage spaces.

Sliding doors further create the opportunity for expanding or containing, depending on how the ground floor space is used, whether it be as a studio, bedroom or for entertaining.
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source: casavogueglobo

Como diria categoricamente o psicólogo Oshin Vartanian, com a aprovação absoluta de Oscar Niemeyer, nosso cérebro ama as formas curvas. O arquiteto australiano Adrian Amore concorda plenamente. Tanto que, em seu último projeto, um apartamento na cidade de Melbourne, ele trocou uma treliça de metal que dividia o espaço em dois por escadas dramaticamente ondulantes.

Apartamento catalão tem 45 m² de varanda

O local era, originalmente, uma fábrica de manteiga, transformada em casa em meados dos anos 1990. Com as mudanças feitas pelo estúdio Adrian Amore Architects, a morada ganhou ainda espaço para mais dormitórios extras no andar superior, onde também se localiza um deque recreativo.

Para deixar o ambiente mais moderno, foi escolhida uma paleta monocromática. Enquanto o branco invade todo o espaço, reforçado pela luz natural abundante que entra pelas enormes janelas, alguns objetos pontuam a cor preta pelo ambiente. A amplitude alcançada acaba realçando a beleza dos poucos móveis e objetos, cuidadosamente escolhidos. Quem diria que a antiga fábrica se vestiria com tal simplicidade arrojada?
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source: arelir

طراحی داخلی مدرن،طراحی داخلی آپارتمان،معماری داخلی مدرن

این آپارتمان در ملبورن استرالیا در منطقه ای شلوغ در مرکز شهر قرار دارد. معمولا در مناطق شلوغ متراژ آپارتمان ها کمتر است اما این آپارتمان، متراژ نسبتا مناسب و سقفی بلند. دیواره های این آپارتمان خم و در نهایت به سقفی که شیروانی مانند است منتهی می شوند. یکی از ویژگی های این آپارتمان که آن را متمایز می کند، وجود دیوارها با خم های فروان است که تحرک خوبی را به فضا می بخشد.

طراحی داخلی مدرن،طراحی داخلی آپارتمان،معماری داخلی مدرن

راه پله ها نیز از این قاعده متثنی نیستند و دارای دیواره های کاملا کرو (منحنی) هستند و نظم محیط را رعایت کرده اند.

طراحی داخلی مدرن،طراحی داخلی آپارتمان،معماری داخلی مدرن.
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source: interiorsroomru

Вполне возможно, многие из посетителей Интерьеров комнат уже знакомы с новым модным веянием в сфере жилищной архитектуры под названием лофт, подразумевающим реконструкцию помещений бывших фабрик и заводов под жилые площади.

Сегодня мы хотели бы подробно рассказать о проекте архитектурного бюро Adrian Amore, воплощённом в жизнь в 2014 году.

Скучное и ничем не примечательное здание бывшего маслобойного завода в западной части города Мельбурна, Австралия, было частично перестроено в фешенебельные двухуровневые апартаменты.

Дизайнерам было крайне важно нивелировать впечатление монотонности пространства вытянутых фабричных цехов. Спроектировав комнаты с причудливо изгибающимися сводчатыми стенами, напоминающими массу из взбитых сливок, авторы проекта достигли своей цели.

Центром архитектурной композиции можно назвать грандиозную винтовую лестницу, круто возносящую каждого поднимающегося по её ступеням на открытую террасу, полновластно занявшую всю площадь крыши дома.

Благоприятный австралийский климат позволяет наслаждаться динамичной панорамой оживлённого города практически круглый год.

Дизайн интерьера скуп на яркие краски. Основу цветовой палитры составляет чистый белый оттенок, визуально преображающийся до угольно-чёрного благодаря непрерывной игре теней. Этот эффект порождается обилием солнечного света, льющегося через северные окна и сквозной просвет в потолке.

Открытое пространство первого этажа разделено изогнутыми стенами, скрывающими в своих недрах ванную комнату, прачечную и кладовые.

Раздвижные двери трансформируют контуры помещения согласно актуальным потребностям владельцев, позволяя создать идеальные условия для сна, учёбы или развлечений.

Знакомство с этими апартаментами окончательно убеждает нас в том, что лофт не сиюминутная прихоть архитекторов, а особый стиль респектабельной комфортной жизни.
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source: 80018cn

Adrian Amore建筑师事务所接受了澳大利亚墨尔本市中心的一间LOFT公寓的室内改造项目,应投资者的要求,将其改造成了朴素风格现代建筑空间。这栋建筑最早的时候是一个黄油工厂,在二十世纪90年代被改造成了公寓。为了改造这个公寓,建筑师首先拆除了横穿公寓的钢桁架,替换了房顶提供了新的卧室空间。|装修点评网80018.cn
Adrian Amore大胆利用了扭动的楼梯设计,这些楼梯都是钢结构的,外面覆盖着胶合板和石膏,都是现场用建材组装而成的。 “我希望楼梯的形式可以比通常的旋转设计更具戏剧化,就像是将楼梯从中间一下子拉伸开来从而得到变形,这样可以让整个空间运转起来”Amore解释说,随后他又补充说:“这对于建造来说是十分有挑战性,由于通常的楼梯在中点都需要转折一下以满足受力需求,所以我们起初都很担心这个戏剧化的楼梯最终的强度。”一层开放空间之间的滑动门设计让整个空间可以自由的隔断和连接,增加空间利用的可能性。|装修点评网80018.cn

一层安排了厨房、起居室、餐厅和工作室,都采用了开放式的设计。储物空间则被隐藏在了曲面的石灰墙后,让室内显得明亮整洁。在厨房,为了达到设计简洁的要求,操作台面材料选用了灰色大理石的,餐桌也是同样材质的材料,还设计了吊得很低的吊灯。