This 1930's inspired building has had a new lease of life after having its fascia restored. The new occupants Astrid and Associates Architecture have given the interior a modern feel with open plan floors. A perfect way to showcase their creativity in architecture.
This has taken months and months to finish so I'm just glad its finally done. Most of the building stemmed from using the large arches on the ground floor on the side of the building. The rest of the building was developed around this feature. I thought it would be more interesting having two separate facades rather than a repetitive pattern all around the building. Since I usually make period buildings a modern interior was a nice change.
I thought i had already commented on this but i guess not :-/ This is awesome! Very distinct architecture and the colors on the exterior work well together. The interior looks really nice too and there is a nice use of parts both inside and out, like the guard rails (is that the right word?) On each floor and those gold rooftop ender stones on the facade. Brilliant work, i'd love to have skills in building houses like that :-) And congrats on MOTD!