Transform Architecture have designed the MIA Resort near Nha Trang in Central Vietnam. It is designed as a humble sanctuary with a simple goal – to blend in with the stunning natural environment. One of the main characteristics of this project is the fact that it was mostly built with graniteRead More →


Vilnius-based IM Interior has proven once again that great design doesn’t need a lot of space. The architects recently revamped an old garage in the Lithuanian capital into a stunning micro home clad in weathered steel. The 226-square-foot space was also completely made-over with a warm birch wood interior claddingRead More →

  Since 1858, Rubelli has been creating lavish textiles that add the finishing touch to any interior setting. For its new 2019 collection, the brand continues its tradition by releasing a collection of textiles designed for today’s interiors and exteriors. Source: Rubelli Introduces Its New Collection for 2019Read More →

Available in an array of colours that rivals the selection found in a box of crayons, Up is a line of chairs by designer Martin Ballendat for Sandler Seating that is part of the brand’s Tonon Collection. Each task chair is designed to provide the ultimate in comfort and featuresRead More →

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A graduate of the Royal College of Art, Charlotte Kingsnorth studied for her masters in Design Products under Tord Boontje. Kingsnorth now has a London-based studio where she “melds together functionality with a personal exploration into materiality, form and the subversive.” 1. Slashed by Charlotte Kingsnorth Charlotte Kingsnorth produces limited-editionRead More →

The Slovenian designer Nika Zupanc designed a cylindrical cabinet with one hundred and forty four small white drawers. Made from CNC-cut plywood with small ball-shaped brass handles, the drawers that wrap around the Tower cabinet are designed to store small objects collected by the owner. “It is inspired by allRead More →

Cathay restaurant, innovatively redesigned by minggu design, is located at guochuang park in Nanjing city, China. this historical park is adjacent to ming great wall on the west and qin huai river on the east. extending nearly 130-year industrial context, this place has been maintained and updated after the public realization of theRead More →

Designing the bedroom of your child should be extremely easy for you. While the other rooms of your house need to be designed and decorated properly to reflect the home of responsible adults, when it comes to the room of your kid, all you have to do is to letRead More →

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Why everything we thought we knew about reupholstering was wrong What happens when you combine hand-me-down furniture and traditional fabrics with one of NYC’s best-loved designers? The answer is two reinvented chairs that stay true to their roots. Source: Hands-On With Schumacher FabricsRead More →

Well, hasn’t time flown? The 2018 AIDA Awards are again upon us, showcasing the cream of the crop in Australian interior design. Just as last year, the shortlist is a compilation of big names and arresting spaces – some unseen and others no stranger to us at est. Source: 2018Read More →

Benjamin Moore ‘s Color of the Year is a saucy red called Caliente AF-290 (emphasis on the “AF”), which is quite a departure from the neutral hues currently saturating the interior design world. If you’ve spent the last few years confining this provocative pigment to your nails and lips, hereRead More →

Architecture studio Belotto Scopel Tanaka has used sliding wooden doors, white marble and grey furnishings to transform this apartment in Curitiba, Brazil, into a family getaway. Apartment 207 is located the southern city’s Batel area – a hub for bars, restaurants and shops that locally based Belotto Scopel Tanaka describesRead More →

Nina Yashar, the founder of Milan’s Nilufar Gallery , first fell for Lina Bo Bardi five years ago. She was visiting SĂŁo Paulo and the photographer Ruy Teixeira took her on a tour of several of the architect’s seminal projects, including the Museo di Arte de SĂŁo Paulo (MASP), CasaRead More →

When you start designing a house, I have to admit that the laundry usually gets overlooked, I mean it’s not exactly sexy (in the same way that a kitchen or bathroom might make you swoon). But it’s one of those spaces in the house that you desperately need to beRead More →

Antique doors, panelling and sections of ageing plasterwork have been kept on display in Isabel LĂłpez Vilalta’s overhaul of this Barcelona apartment, which includes a new mezzanine play area complete with slide. The penthouse is located north-west of Barcelona’s city centre in the affluent neighbourhood of SarriĂ -Sant Gervasi. Source: AntiqueRead More →