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Timeless: Exploring Edita Righetto’s Elegant Apartment in Vilnius

FeaturedA modern, open-concept living space with clean lines, natural lighting, and minimalist decor.

Located in the historic city center of Vilnius, Lithuania, this stunning apartment project by designer Edita Righetto embodies a timeless elegance. Crafted within an 18th-century building, the interior seamlessly blends contemporary design with the property’s historic features. The layout prioritizes an airy, light-filled atmosphere, allowing the breathtaking cityscape views to take center stage. Carefully selected materials, including natural stone, smoked wood, and brass accents, contribute to the tranquil and refined ambiance throughout the space.

House in the Jewish Quarter of Seville: Transforming an 18th-Century Abode

A gallery space with high ceilings, exposed beams, and modern lighting fixtures, showcasing various artworks and decorative items.

Situated in Seville, Spain, the House in the Jewish Quarter project by renowned architect Guillermo Vázquez Consuegra showcases a remarkable transformation of an 18th-century apartment into a modern living space and art gallery.

The single-family home, originally organized around a small central courtyard, has been repurposed into two independent flats with a dedicated art gallery on the ground floor, seamlessly integrating the new functions while preserving the building’s distinctive architectural character.