The top-floor office windows overlook the roof of the former car park, which now has a roof garden - the largest this kind of garden in Latvia.
Visitors entrer lobby of distinguished appearance and are then only a fiew steps from the central element of the house: the first section of a ramp leads them up from the lower floor with pool, garage and ancillary rooms.
Exhibitions, grand receptions, glittering parties, gala dinners, and concerts will take place in this guesthouse in a former art-nouveau villa near Riga’s Baltic coast.
As the leitmotiv of the apartment decoration and equipment serves the philosophy of the designer Giorgio Armani - to create a special and very private living space - comfortable, but at the same time magnificent and sophisticated.
In this three-storey building are seven apartments with one penthouse apartment on the upper floor. All apartments are equipped with large living and dining areas and some are two-storey maisonettes.
In reference to modern trends, Vincents Architecture has restarted one of the boutique apartments interiors - while preserving the original design, it is also complemented with new furniture and accessories.
This apartment is located in apartment house Carlo which is designed by world known German architect prof. Meinhard von Gerkan.
The furniture was carefully chosen to establish the company’s drive to be an example of the highest quality and style, at the same time preserving the requirements of an active office both in ergonomics and functionality.
Design salon Inspira specialises in the sale of Italian, French, German and other elite design furniture and interior accessories. It has been designed as a modern architecture.
Breaching the threshold of office of executive manager in FCG RIGA, which is an ultra-modern and off-bound competitive aviation center, it is clear that there are two significant players in the room.
Modern classic - simple, pure form, natural materials and proven values, without excessive exaggeration and pompous details.
The interior design is addressed in a modern language but enough reserved to avoid suppressing the historical aura of the building
The interior by Vincents designers for customer waiting area at the DDB Advertising Agency has been designed in the taste of 50s and 60s.
The emphasis is laid on natural, expressive materials of decoration, on rich textiles, comfort and individuality, which is reflected in the furniture and design objects, created by well-known designers.
High-end private hospitality house - private rooms, area for relaxation and sports, conservatory with lagoon-style pool and subtropical garden, SPA area, gallery and patio with garden.
Multifunctional building complex Z-Tower atrium interior is designed as a contemporary interior with Art Deco effects from 20s and 30s.