I think it is splendidly satisfying when a home reflects its owners through and through — when you walk into a home and know exactly who it belongs to without any prior debriefing. This is the complete opposite of someone who might be gregarious in their wardrobe or social pursuits,Read More →


Chilean architect Felipe Assadi ’s contemporary works make use of the dramatic topography on which they are created. Assadi has completed a number of spectacular remote dwellings along the Chilean coast and nestled into the mountainside. Source: 5 Masterpieces By Chilean Architect Felipe AssadiRead More →

This is the fifth roundup in my “ Best of 2018 ” series. I browsed through the 250+ articles published on Nordic Design in 2018 and drilled down the most read and liked the content, which I’ll share with you over the upcoming weeks – Beautiful and inspiring interiors worth remembering andRead More →

There is just something about feeling the grittiness of the sand between your toes and smelling the salt water in the air that seems to bring peace to the mind and soul. Nevertheless, we all know during the winter that may not be possible. Source: Everything You Need To KnowRead More →

Brick Cave is a two-storey brick house in a small village in a northern suburb of Hanoi. The 175-square-metre plot of land was originally an ancestral vegetable garden, inherited by a son who lived far away. Now he has come back to his homeland to live near his mother. Source:Read More →

The collaboration between AIM Architecture and URBAN MATTERS, ‘Urban Bloom Project’ is an experimental project putting space and activities above infrastructure.(…) Read More about Urban Bloom Project [Shanghai] (114 words) DESIGN, EXHIBITION | Permalink | No comment | The post Urban Bloom Project [Shanghai] appeared first on Trendland . Source:Read More →

These whole nice room decorations planers that we will see in this page were accidentally presented for those who want to change or transform their house space look different from previous style of design. As a good start, we will start our inspiration with the white bright light living roomRead More →

Venice captured all architects’ hearts and minds last year, but 2019 —a Venice-less year— will be still a year full of biennials and festivals around the world (many of which we’re proud to be official partners of). The excitement is already building. Source: 11 Architecture Biennials to Pay Attention toRead More →

The dynamic club interior plans in this site try to show that there was an amazing space in this world that will make our life more beautiful and use as the space for being happy and spend our good time with our family or friends. Source: Futuristic Private Club DesignRead More →

The inaugural  Tbilisi Architecture Biennial saw architects create installations across the city suburb of Gldani. Here are 10 of the best, from a group of “migrating” sheds to a series of colourful self-made structures. Held between 26 October and 3 November, with the theme Buildings Are Not Enough, the  Tbilisi ArchitectureRead More →

  Grey decor has never been so popular. As far as neutral shades go, grey reins supreme right now as a seriously chic and mature choice for homes big and small, from modest to amazing. Grey provides the ideal backdrop for a brighter splash of colour or can be usedRead More →

Morris + Company has unveiled images of their competition-winning vision addressing London’ s homelessness crisis. The M+C scheme, produced for the New Horizon Youth Center and Mayor of London-led competition, repurposes the abandoned York Road tube station into a hostel and co-working space. Source: Morris + Company Imagines London TubeRead More →

Yellow is one of the most cheerful and fun colours yet it’s rarely the main colour tone in interior design. That’s one of the reasons why we’re so excited to have come across this wonderful efficiency apartment from Stockholm, Sweden. Source: 1920’s Apartment Rejuvenated With Warm Shades Of YellowRead More →

Been searching for the right combination of minimalism and usability? Then you need to see the Ash collection that was designed for Zegen by Pavel Vetrov. Visually pleasing aesthetics, plenty of straight lines, and the absence of any unnecessary details give this furniture line a timeless look of refinement andRead More →

The American Society of Landscape Architects has announced its top new landscape architecture projects in the US, including a remote art centre in Montana, the bustling Chicago Riverwalk, and an 85-acre park along the Brooklyn waterfront. Source: America’s best new landscape architecture projects revealedRead More →

SCAU has won a competition to design a 20,000-seater football stadium in Yamoussoukro, Ivory Coast, to host matches at the 2021 Africa Nations Cup. The £50 million Stade de Yamoussoukro, which will be built in Ivory Coast’s administrative capital, is one of six stadiums that will host games during theRead More →

Qatar on Saturday revealed the design for the stadium that will in four years host the first World Cup Finals to be played in the Middle East. The 80,000-seat Lusail Stadium – also the venue for the 2022 World Cup final – was unveiled in an elaborate ceremony attended byRead More →

For the next in his studio photography series, Marc Goodwin visited the Dubai offices of 17 architecture practices, including Grimshaw and Gensler. Unlike the cities Goodwin has previously visited for his series, such as Shanghai, London and Barcelona, there were few instances of architecture offices adapting historic buildings in Dubai.Read More →

As part of the celebrations of the 100th anniversary of architect Jørn Utzon’s birth, the Utzon Center in Aalborg, Denmark, follows the international travels of the Danish architect who designed the Sydney Opera House through personal photography, architectural models and ephemera. Source: Jørn Utzon’s travel diaries and photography reveal theRead More →

When we discuss our favourite gingerbread house designs, usually it’s in reference to a miniature homemade from a cookie. However, there’s an actual IRL gingerbread house on the market, and it appears to be just as sweet and charming as its doughy counterparts. Source: This ‘Gingerbread’ House Looks Straight OutRead More →