Former Pabst Blue Ribbon Brewery Turned ‘Brewhouse Inn’

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Pabst Blue Ribbon is a classic beer, and while the former brewery compound in Milwaukee is closed down (and has been, for quite some time), it is now proudly titled “Brewhouse Inn & Suites.” It’s a collection of 90 higher end suites, rooms and extended stay suites (studio, one and two bedrooms) for visitors to the…

Amsterdam Loft Filled With Surreal Treasures

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This interior is a hidden gem in an old 18th century warehouse that overlooks the city of Amsterdam. The loft is a great depiction of rustic charm meets surrealist-steam punk-feminism. The space is so many things rolled into one that it simply keeps you interested from start to finish. UXUS Design was faced with the task…

19th Century Public Toilet Turned ‘Attendant’ London Café

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You learn something new everyday, and if you haven’t heard it all yet– perhaps you will now. 19th century washrooms in London have since been shut down, restored, or utilized for other means– and one of the old men’s rooms has now been converted into a trendy café aptly titled, “Attendant.” The original Victorian details of…

45 Year Old Tiny Serbian Drina River Home

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Floating structures are a great accomplishment, but what about a building that has withstood not only intense Serbian weather but 45 years perched upon a natural rock in a river? This Drina River Home was built in 1968 and is still perfectly situated, minus the exterior wear and tear. Located in the small town of Bajina…

Washington D.C. Graffiti Covered Church by Hense

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Historical buildings can be difficult to work with in modern day settings where renovation might be required, requested or a luxury in order to repurpose the building altogether. For this old church in Washington, D.C., the only renovations performed were the exterior paining that was done by graffiti artist Hense. Hense transformed this space into a…

Water Tower Turned London Residence

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Repurposing old buildings is an amazing way to get an eclectic vibe going with traditional, sturdy architecture and new sleek elements. Areas like London are great for this type of dwelling, with one of our more recent favorites being this old revived water tower turned four bedroom home. Originally built in the 1800′s and purchased again…

Sleek Chamber of Commerce Addition, France

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It’s not often that a historical style building gets an add on that completely transforms the space into something so updated and professional whilst still giving off the presence of the past history created. The hillside addition is a gorgeous space in a perfect setting of the Bouctot-Vagniez Town Hall in Amiens, France. The exterior facade…

Louis Sullivan’s Historical Art Nouveau Building Turned Into A Target Store

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The historical building that was once (and still) known as the Carson Pirie Scott department store has now found a new calling as a Target store in Chicago’s Downtown area. What was initially frowned upon by the architecture community may just be winning some points now that all is said and done. Instead of tagging up…