Linea 7 is a multidisciplinary design firm that brings a relentless effort to boost design thinking and prioritize functionality in our projects that offer diversity in scales, sizes and uses. Our ability to blend various aspects of livability and user-centric approach tends to integrate into our design models to generate a sense of coherence and candidness.
Responsible for some of the stunning and striking projects widespread in the three continents – North America, South America, and Europe, our scope of vision is limitless. These projects are characterized by their phenomenal distinctive identities ranging from concrete and metal-framed Brutalist Bauhaus style to rustic renovated lofts inspired by Industrial style. The harmonious collaboration of spatial connectivity, material complexion and delightful aura summarize our projects into a classical and elegant realm.
We continuously strive to create buildings that align with our client’s personalities and beliefs by offering them flexible spaces to grow. Characterized by strong architectural elements, striking material textures and ample environmental consideration, we make it possible for our clients to create rich experiences and lead a happy and healthy life.
Our integrated approach of shaping the building interiors promises the clients a highly flexible and functional space that emits vibrancy and positivity. We create a seamless experience for the space users by intricately specifying the furnishings, installations, art, and accessories.
Great products begin with a vast perspective and extensive understanding of end-user experience. We profoundly create products that leave an everlasting impact on the users by grabbing the opportunity of exploring the new and latest technologies in the industry. Inclining towards the durability and functionality, we continually strive for a sustainable-yet-a-beautiful product.
Bauhaus Brutalist meets Japan in this modern minimalist home. The color palette is nature based with lots of neutral and earthy tones taking over the space.View Project