A Serene Light Coloured Danish Home

Black, white, grey and cream. These four simple hues are all that’s needed in Carla Sofie Mogle’s serene home in Horsens, Denmark. To add interest and depth, the freelance interior stylist and CEO of Molge Decor , has worked with form and texture. Source: A Serene Light Coloured Danish HomeRead More →

Minimal Gotland Summer Home

This is the gorgeous summerhouse of Gabriella Gustafson, one half of the famous Stockholm-based design duo TAF studio . The creative lady imagined and built this getaway by the sea in northern Gotland, Sweden, for her family of five. Source: Peek Inside a Minimal Getaway in SwedenRead More →

Eye-catching plaster wall

I remember the first time I saw a deliberately unfinished wall. I was at a friends house when I was 16 and asked her if her parents were in the middle of decorating. She said “I know it looks like it, but it’s actually meant to look like this,” andRead More →


Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects have announced the opening of Tūranga, the new central library for Christchurch, New Zealand. Built to address the earthquakes that damaged Christchurch in 2010 and 2011, the library is one of the first public buildings to open downtown after the disasters. Source: Schmidt Hammer Lassen DesignsRead More →

laurie penny small flat

Name: Laurie Penny Location: UK Size: 370 square feet Years lived in: 1 year, owned The challenges writer Laurie Penny faced when designing her teeny flat were numerous: It’s very small, has low ceilings, is strangely shaped, and is in a dark basement. “I basically live in a cellar,” sheRead More →

Amendolagine Barracchia Studio

The block that lies between Viale Umbria, Via Cena and Corso XXII Marzo in Milan is as atypical as it is full of life. What started out as an isolated rural building in the late 19 th century was transformed in the early 20 th century into one of theRead More →

Japanese architect Tado Ando

A major retrospective of renowned Japanese architect Tado Ando (b. 1941) at Pompidou Centre, Paris, collates 50 major projects, demonstrating an interest in simplicity and urban space. Through minimal geometric forms and the incorporation of natural elements, the practitioner crafts unique physical experiences through spatial sensitivity. Source: Spatial ExperienceRead More →

Antonio Bonet architecture illustrations

Rouslan MALSAGOV and The21night . shared a beautiful post on their Behance profile title BONET. It’s a series of architecture illustrations with a clean vector look.Read More →

Buckminster Fuller posters

In addition to his formidable body of work in architecture, design, and theory of the kind the world had never known before, Buckminster Fuller also knew how to promote himself. Sometimes this meant appearing on late-night new-age talk shows , but at its core it meant coming up with ideasRead More →

Mixspace coworking offices Shanghai

RoarcRenew created a design for the Mixpace Coworking offices located in Shanghai, China. RoarcRenew renovated the space of Carlowitz & Co., (third to the fifth floor) located in Middle Jiangxi Road, into a unique co-working space. The original building was built in 1898 with large natural stones and red gangedRead More →

Bamboo grove in the center of House, Vancouver

A central greenery defines the Findlay Residence by Splyce Design . Located in North Vancouver, Canada, the house is surrounded by the quiet of pine trees – and unremarkable suburban houses. In the suburbs, it can be difficult to connect to nature rather than the neighbours, but this is achievedRead More →

Glass House decorating trend

A lot of houses these days put an emphasis on the views which can be enjoyed from the site, the topography and the landscapes which surround them and that usually translates into designs with large openings, full-height windows and sliding glass doors which bring the outdoors in. Source: Amazing GlassRead More →

London Guarantee Building from river cruise

The London Guarantee Building with the Willis Tower looming behind it, as seen from the Chicago Architecture Foundation River Cruise. Joanne Sasvari The way the story goes, Chicago earned its Windy City nickname from the hot air billowing from local politicians. Source: In Chicago, the architecture is ambitious by designRead More →

Manhattan triplex filled with high design

A couple in Lower Manhattan eats, sleeps, and breathes Belgian superstar Vincent Van Duysen’s simple yet soulful aestheticRead More →

Large australian glass designed home

Australian architects are embracing the “less is more” approach to residential design, turning swaths of glass, steel and concrete into head-turning luxury homes. Inspired by architectural legends such as Mies van der Rohe, Le Corbusier and Philip Johnson, these modernist ideas are proving the perfect match for Australia’s temperate climate, landscape and its entertainment-rich lifestyle.Read More →

Artists render of Mega-Bio-Cell Skyscraper (Bio-Seismometer)

Following the tragic earthquake of 2017 in west part of the Iranian terrain, people of the affected area have witnessed a devastating feeling; fleeing their homes or trapped under buildings. Source: Mega-Bio-Cell Skyscraper (Bio-Seismometer)Read More →

Following the tragic earthquake of 2017 in west part of the Iranian terrain, people of the affected area have witnessed a devastating feeling; fleeing their homes or trapped under buildings. Source: Mega-Bio-Cell Skyscraper (Bio-Seismometer)Read More →


Growing up, my family routinely decorated for the fall and winter holidays, so come October, the inevitable who’s-gonna-climb-into-the-attic-and-get-the-Halloween-decorations-down conversation would come to light. Source: 7 Fireplace & Mantel Decor Combos for Every StyleRead More →

Living room with gold club table

If you want to bring some elegance to your interior, be sure to use the gold colour. Combined with velvety textures and warm shades, this detail will give to your interior a pleasant autumn feeling. The table is one of the main elements of the living room and therefore it is important to be carefully chosen.Read More →

The Center for Early education Campus Redevelopment

The Center for Early Education was founded in 1939 and has been located on its current site since 1946. The Center is a socio-economically and culturally diverse independent school for children, including toddlers through grade six – a ten-year experience from start to finish. Having expanded incrementally over the years, the time arrived for the school to invest in its future on a site it had committed to remaining. The school purchased adjacent property and created a master plan that established the parameters of a three-and-a-half-year construction project to rebuild two-thirds of its existing campus and expand it.Read More →