“Architecture begins where engineering ends.” Walter Gropius, architect and founder of the Bauhaus movement.
Streamlined and modern, the large, ground floor apartment on C/Anibal perfectly embodies the “less is more” philosophy of Bauhaus, the legendary 20th century design movement, and its founder, Walter Gropius’s belief that, “architecture begins where engineering ends.” Minimal, functional, and stylish, the BAUHAUS apartment is defined by its sharp lines, white walls and black metal framing that creates a versatile and fluid living space between indoors and outdoors. Located in the heart of Santa Catalina, near the famous Santa Catalina market, the two-bedroom apartment has 100 sm of living space with floor to ceiling glass doors that open up onto the private, outdoor courtyard that feels like an oasis of calm. In classic Bauhaus style, everything serves a purpose in this apartment which blends unique architectural features like exposed metal beams with subtle design features such as built in shelving and cabinets.
How does a vision become reality?
First: a plan…..
Second: ideas, items, style, feeling…….
Third: inspiration, key points, lifestyle feeling,……
Than: special objects are getting importance…….
…and suddenly a picture is getting complete and the fantasy has a ready living space
Perfect moment to create the detailed and precise 3D`s
…until here – the vision exists just as renders
…and than the challenge starts, to convert the vision into reality 🙂
…and the result is even better, than the “virtual converter” (renders) 🙂
It is wonderful to be a dreamer & visionary – but a vision, dream or idea, which is not put into action or which is is not precisely feasible – it will just stay a vision.
Vision completed 🙂