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Colors define functions in the Athens apartment by Point Supreme Architects

A previously hidden central light shaft guides light into this formerly dark and closed apartment in Athens, which was designed by the local architects Point Supreme Architects. In the center of the city, on the sixth floor of an Athens Polykatoikia from the 1980s – a concrete block of family apartments with stepped balconies – …

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Eight quirky hotels in historic New Orleans buildings

A mid-century monastery, children’s institution, and motel are among the buildings that have been converted into eight unusual and stylish hotels to stay in New Orleans. Hotel Saint Vincent in the Lower Garden District, New Orleans, by Lambert McGuire Design This red brick building, built in 1862, was formerly the St. Vincent’s Infant Asylum. Austin-based …

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