‘Projects that we Love’  ¤  the above images are based on architectural projects that we love!  

These images are provided either from ¤ (i) ventures of our manufacturers,  (ii) or from architectural publications that feature products/ concepts, that are also within our portfolio, or design-concepts that are also featured in our ‘LuX PreCreate Homes’.

“Architecture should speak of its time and place, but yearn for timelessness.”

Frank Gehry
General Frame

rchibald Law Firm Project was titled mission impossible, as it involved maintaining the historical architecture of an existing space, while modernizing the decor – all with an immovable stone boulder in the foundation.

 

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Mission Impossible

Project situated in the Br. Virgin Islands, managed by DGLifestyles, finished materials from DGLifestyles.  Consisting of both interior design and retro-fitting.

Situated in an unused space at the ground level, was a space that was not used base on the fact that it had a boulder that jotted through the foundation up into this vacant space.  Based on this unsightly display, this area was only used as a storage unit and small personal space for the family that owned the building.

As more space was needed for the expansion of the law-firm, it was proposed to see what could be done with this space – and if the square-footage that was derived was even worth the effort, based on the odd floor space that was provided due to this boulder.

The design ruled out ‘swing-doors’ for private offices as they would take up too much floor space.  Closed-wall in private offices would have a claustrophobic effect as these rooms would be slightly smaller than normal size.  This left us with the use of Glass walls and Glass Wall-hung Sliding doors.

 

ARCHIBALD Law Firm Project, a listing of our ‘Influential Concepts’ relating to design and construction ¦

These architectural design listing on our FaceBook Page and selected by DGLifestyles, and are geared to unique – products, designs, concepts and effects that push the boundaries of creativity and design from both a practical + creative perspective.

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