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Dostępność:na zamowienie After previous publications about the lofts in Antwerp, Amsterdam, London, Paris, Berlin and Scandinavia the publisher Tectum went on a voyage of discovery in search of the lofts of Brussels. This late-in-the-day European capitol city phenomenon has emerged like lightning. It's happened so fast that the supply of unused industrial buildings has been almost exhausted. The enthusiasm generated by the cosmopolitan public there has encouraged the actors in this market to search for new ways to expand on the generally wide perspectives that appropriate this lifestyle.
Dostępność: na zamówienie There are products that are different from other products, they are striking and stand out from the crowd. A combination of beautiful design, a touch of exclusiveness and a unique history turn a normal product into a phenomenon - they become cult. They fascinate people beyond all social boundaries and influence the image of an entire generation. From a car to a piece of clothing to a coffee machine, cult products are found in all areas and are passionately revered by many people.
Dostępność: na zamówienie Artists, photographers, designers, interior designers, architects and chefs have all investigated the impact of colour through their creations and works. Colour aides the transmission and enhancement of a mood or a feeling. It creates a certain type of ambience and awakes desire...This collection delves into six colours, one by one, in monochrome.
Dostępność:na zamowienie Loft o f Paris is the fourth in a series of seven books that Tectum is publishing on the lofts of seven European cities. After Antwerp, Amsterdam and London and while waiting for Berlin, Barcelona and Stockholm, Tectum has opened the doors of some fifty marvellous loftsin Paris and its outskirts. These lofts were selected to present the challenges of organising and decorating an abandoned industrial site or workshop. Many workshops, garages, warehouses, small factories, printing works and large sheds around Paris have been given a new lease of life.
Dostępność:na zamowienie Lofts o f Antwerp is the first book in Flanders devoted to this new way of living. A unique journey of discovery leads us on a tour of former warehouses, factories, printing plants, and schools - all now magically transformed into stylish lofts with their own individual character. Their new functions are quite varied, from private dwellings to offices, from an art gallery to a film studio.
Dostępność:na zamowienie Lofts of Amsterdam is the second in a series of seven books in which the Tectum publishing company shows you the finest lofts of several Northern, Central and Southern European cities. To follow the highly successful Loft of Antwerp, which appeared in 1999, we shall be going to London, Paris, Hamburg, Barcelona and Stockholm. Diversity is the thread running throughout the series. The image of a city and its inhabitants is defined not only by its geographical situation and history but also by economics.
Berlin as the second largest city in Europe is not just a haven for the beautiful, rich and famous it is the perfect place for the discerning, astute investor. There is nowhere more rich in cultural diversity, media, political and business srength as Berlin. The apartments, blocks and plots here are in extremly high demand. There is to be a ready rental market for this project as a direct result of the Federal Intelligence Service setting up the headquater within walking distance of this project. Creating around 4000 members of staff needing somewhere to live. Here you will get a luxury that you can´t find so often. The 3-5 floor building is solid, massive clinker construction.
Dostępność:na zamowienie As a reader you are treated to an immense variety of lofts in a wide range of building from all over the world. They have been converted with great ingenuity and imagination by a new breed of urban dwellers who have embraced the loft living idyll. Enthusiastically eclectic, importing ideas gathered from travel or reading, and using furniture from modern emporiums of design or found in junk shops, these loft dwellers have left the essential character and texture of their buildings intact while layering space in subtle ways so that volumetric grandeur is not lost. This tour gives the reader a glimpse of the inventiveness, vigour and pride employed in creating spectacular dwellings out of amorphous spaces.