Dock Kitchen- Found in a converted Victorian Wharf building The Dock Kitchen overlooks the Grand Union Canal in Ladbroke Grove, West London. The original brick arches and beamed ceilings have been preserved and combined with an exclusive display of the full Tom Dixon collection of furniture and lighting to create an honest, open space in keeping with Stevie Parle’s food. The Tom Dixon shop resides directly beneath the restaurant housing pieces from over a dozen international designers.
Latvian architecture firm NRJA (which stands for “No Rules, Just Architecture”) designed the lakeside residence, Floating Barn
Interior National Museum of Brazil Architect Oscar Niemeyer. (born December 15, 1907/died December 5, 2012) The building was inaugurated on December 15, 2006 - Niemeyer's 99th birthday. The dome has a 25-metre radius and has 14,500sq metres of exhibition space. Picture: Arcaid Images / Alamy
Interior Cicillo Matarazzo Pavilion in Sao Paulo - built in the 1950s Architect Oscar Niemeyer Picture: Arcaid Images / Alamy
Interior - Cathedral of Brasilia - Architect Oscar Niemeyer Foundation stone laid in 1958, completed building dedicated in 1970. Inside, the light-filled cathedral is overseen by three angels, suspended from the ceiling by steel cables. Picture: Arcaid Images / Alamy
view from the terrace at Clifton, Cape Town, South Africa
Tugendhat House, Brno, Czech Designed between 1928 and 1930 by Mies van der Rohe. The villa was commissioned by Fritz and Grete Tugendhat, members of Brno's German-speaking elite. Spread out over three levels, which seem to disappear into the slope of a hill overlooking the city, the 2,600sqmetrehouse incorporated exotic, expensive materials, from Moroccan onyx to Chinese silk, and featured pieces of specially designed furniture that are now icons of 20th-century design.