Articles tagged Interior Design

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An unsightly shed on the French shore was converted into a comfortable cabin

Normandy, France – Freaks Architecture turned a concrete storage space into the ‘Viking house’, a perfect getaway from the Parisian life.

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A designer overcame one of the steepest streets in the U.S. to create a dream house

Los Angeles – Production designer Tino Schaedler picked a steep street in Los Angeles as the setting for his self-designed home.

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Glamorous, sculptural, balletic? Sure – but this little gem is also a light switch

Barcelona – Font Barcelona's Bridge light toggle collection turns light fixtures into fashion accessories.

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TON chairs capture the luxury and comfort of dining in St. Moritz

St. Moritz – Above the world-class alpine resort, the White Marmot restaurant is a blend of the classic and contemporary, just like the Alba chair designed by Alexander Gufler.

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No matter how you cut it, Laminam's new ceramic slabs look as elegant inside as out

Modena, Italy – The Italian finishes brand debuted a collection you can cook on, made with its pioneering IN-SIDE technology. 

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This rubber flooring turned a vocational school in Utah into eye candy

Salt Lake City – AJC Architects made the technical look cool in this American community college's vocational training center by installing Artigo rubber flooring.

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This Shanghai concept store condenses – or, curates – a city inside to attract young urbanites

Shanghai – Kokaistudios designed a concept store for a men's fashion and lifestyle brand in Shanghai, encapsulating an entire city within 1000 square metres.

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Paolo Brambilla talks about designing intrigue for MADE Expo 2019

Milan – For this year's MADE Expo Milan, architecture office Calvi Brambilla created the Elle Décor Design Box. 

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This colourful doctor’s office in Kiev wants to put childhood fears to bed

Kiev – Designed by Ater Architects, the paediatric clinic is a tear-free alternative to brown walls and white coats.

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This Norwegian hotel provides eternal sunshine – yes, Norwegian

Bergen, Norway – In Bergen, Dutch design team Concrete imagines a hotel whose guests never have to suffer a daylight deficiency.

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Bookstores? Take it from China: they’re not going anywhere

Hangzhou, China – The new Harbook bookstore by Alberto Caiola in Hangzhou respects the traditionalism of bookstores while proposing a contemporary iteration.

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You tend to pay less for Indian food – can design change your mind?

London – English design agency Block1 works with budding restauranteurs to create a space that asks you to reimagine what you think an Indian restaurant can look like.