The new “post-modernistic” creation of CAA becomes yet another reason why the Chinese architectural scene is established as one of the trend-setting destinations. This Jordan Road Restaurant & Bar with its dynamic contemporary design is successfully combining the traditional Chinese “bamboo weaving” elements with western “Arch” structure. The smooth curves of the wooden beams are […]
Daniel Ogassian is a Los Angeles artisan turned industrial designer. His ceramic and concrete wall and floor tiles are amazing. His use of materials is unconventional and his craftsmanship is that of a true master.
Gem is a series of carpet designed by Normann Copenhagen with a distinctive graphic expression. The asymmetric, angular appearance, and the facets of a jewel, of course, were the inspiration of the design.
Studio Tolicci have designed this family residence using cherry wood decor and wooden beams in ceiling to accomplish country style home interior. The design of the space consists of a connection of a living room with dining area and kitchen. The owner had a few requirements that we had to consider in our design: using […]
Silo hanging lamp by Stockholm’s Note Design Studio, which was inspired by the classical silhouette of a grain silo and comes in white, black, yellow and green. This shape was refined during the design phase to finally become Silo – a minimalistic pendant with a distinct industrial character. The lamp can both step forward in […]
At the 2012 International Furniture Show in Milan, Lithos Design presents a world preview of Tulle, an astounding modular stone cladding that is part of a broader and beguiling collection called Drappi di Pietra. via The excellence of the Drappi di Pietra project emphasizes the company’s ability to achieve cutting-edge levels of innovation in the […]
A penthouse apartment in Valencia, Spain, designed by Josep Ruà, draws precisely the policy for modern interior design with simple materials – wood, stony colors and above all light, lots of light. The light and the sky of Valencia possess a singular beauty. Traditional, and not so traditional, Mediterranean architecture usually tends not take advantage […]
Fragment is a rug with torn edges and a fading pattern like a wall in decay. The certain fascination we feel with a ruin of a castle or fragmentary pieces of historic objects is nourished from the imaginative space opened to our inner eye. Our fantasy can wander and drift away into stories from times […]