Maison Conrad
The Bankside Apartment
Single family house
Bathroom redesign

Architectural Research and Design Studio, founded by Designer Oliver Daxenbichler and Robert Oljaca in 2013, is situated in the center of Frankfurt am Main. Studio ARaD develops interior concepts, ranging from exclusive residential architecture to suitable living objects. The studio name indicates the importance of the architectural dialogue between form and function and reflects the core question of the design process of ARaD. Studio ARaD is dedicated to quality and simple forms.
Simply modern — dipped in the colours black and white this apartment turns into a classic. Carefully selected materials combined with high-quality design furnishings make you feel at home. Space-determining off-white walls run throughout the open layout and enclose a master bedroom with ensuite bathroom with walk-in shower with glass wall.

A 19th century building combining tradition with contemporary. A one-of-a-kind apartment well-conceived as an intimate hideaway with a lush terrace in the heart of the city. A heartening balance between thoughtful design and traditional craftmanship create this enlivening combination of urban living and inner-city life.

Welcome home. A little island of sophisticated cosiness in the city centre of Frankfurt am Main. A refuge above a creative city in motion. The open plan is defined by a spatial block containing a bathroom with walk-in shower, a built-in wardrobe and toilet with utility room. A signature apartment with an eye-popping mix of design.

Single family house
A mid-70s architect's house rebuilt to a contemporary single family house. The open split-level construction features a spacious dining area with a modern white built-in kitchen, an open living area combined with a gallery level and three bedrooms. The sophisticated lines seem to be floating in space and form the framework for an interior design mix of object combinations and modern furnitures.

Bathroom redesign
Reshaped with colors, materials and gradients into a private spa oasis. A light and airy converted space with bright stoneware tiles combined with solid oak. The free-standing bathtub and the walk-in shower with glass wall introduce a touch of luxury into everdayness.

Sleep. Dream. Relax. Cook. Dine. Sit.
To whom is the space being designed? Who exactly is going to live here and what specific needs do they have? Our design process is based on finding creative answers to these core questions to create a design soloution that enhance the lives of the people who will use the space. Think creatively, find the simplest form and be able to rethink and reverse the existing.

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