Posts filed under 'Interiors'

Fri 17.2.

Almond Hotel by Ideograf

Posted by Walter Phillips on 17.02.2017 - Tagged as:

Almond Hotel by Ideograf

Photographer: Tomasz Nowicki

Situated in a unique space which is the Old Town in Gdańsk, the Almond Hotel is the construction of the total area of 7500 m2. It joins the functions of a hotel, restaurant, and a spa & wellness complex. It was erected in the place of a former garrison laundry, transformed then in cocoa and almond paste manufacture. The author of the interior design, Paulina Czurak – owner of the Ideograf Architectural Studio – consequently tried to discover numerous references to the history of that place. (more…)

Thu 16.2.

Everything Plus The Kitchen Sink: BLANCO

Posted by Walter Phillips on 16.02.2017 - Tagged as:

Everything Plus The Kitchen Sink: Blanco

 

German kitchen sink and mixer tap specialist BLANCO combines a ninety-year tradition of producing superbly designed products with a distinct flair for the Zeitgeist.

 

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Georg Jensen Mount Street by Studio David Thulstrup

Photographer: Hampus Berndtson

The Danish design house Georg Jensen, opened on October 27th 2015, its new London flagship boutique on one of the city’s premier retail destinations, Mayfair’s Mount Street. The 175-metre-square store, on two levels, was designed by the Danish interior architecture practice, Studio David Thulstrup. The store will showcase Georg Jensen’s most prominent pieces of hollowware, jewellery and watches. (more…)

Wed 15.2.

Key to style by nendo

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Key to style by nendo

Photographer: Takumi Ota

“Key to style” is the women’s fashion floor within the main building of the Seibu Shibuya department store. It is connected by a walk-way with the “COMPOLUX” floor on the third floor of the annex building that we designed in 2013, and has a more casual feel by targeting the young customer. We wanted to create a dynamic setting while maintaining the connection with the “COMPOLUX” area that was inspired by a cozy European park. Hence, we decided on the “mobile amusement park” that is held at parks as the design theme. (more…)

Tue 14.2.

Ceramic masterpieces by Villeroy & Boch

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Ceramic masterpieces by Villeroy & Boch

 

Exceptional design highlights coupled with striking designs and a wide range of colours ensure that Villeroy&Boch’s bathroom collections are exciting. New technologies are giving rise to objects that are more reminiscent of pieces of jewelry than bathroom furniture. Innovation and style are being artistically combined, ushering in a new era of bathroom design. Thus, the company is making statements and setting new trends in the industry. Together with Gesa Hansen, Villeroy&Boch has developed a very trendy colour concept. (text by Detail)

 

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Weekend living by Rajiv Saini

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Weekend living by Rajiv Saini

Photographer: Sebastian Zachariah

When Abhishek Lodha came over to discuss this project, he virtually gave me a carte blanche. Having worked with him over the last 5-6 years on other projects (including his personal house at Chester Square, London),we’d developed a great personal rapport and all he requested was a design that would make trendy ‘mumbaiites’ make the trek to this 100 acre development with 28 villas for weekend living. (more…)

Mon 13.2.

UNLTD by Nordes Design Group

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UNLTD by Nordes Design Group

Photographer: © Nordes Design Group

The house is located in the village Borovliany, not far from Minsk, and belongs to a young family with two children.

 

The main wish of the customers was to create a modern and stylish interior, which does not lose its relevance in a few years. (more…)

Fri 10.2.

Baoism by Linehouse

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Baoism by Linehouse

Photographer: Dirk Weiblen

Baoism is a new food concept originated in Shanghai, making a modern version of the traditional Chinese street food guabao, served in a clamshell-like bun. Although the flavours are a modern interpretation, the age-old process of cooking in a traditional woven bamboo steamer is a prime focus of display in the kitchen. Linehouse took this traditional handicraft notion of weaving and applied it in a spatial way with a non-traditional material; perforated raw metal panels are woven between the structure that frame the dining area and the service area. (more…)