Vuelta a Empezar is an en-suite bedroom design inspired by that alluring source of temptation, the Garden of Eden. Designed by the practice of Egue y Seta, the project was part of the Casa Decor event held in Barcelona in 2010.
The Finnish company of Secto Design is renowned for their range of wooden designer lamps. The most recent of these is the Aspiro Pendant Lamp, the work of their resident designer, Seppo Koho.
The circus has come to town and it’s in Alimos! All the fun of this travelling show can be seen in the fantastic interior of the Biribildu souvlaki restaurant designed by the Thessaloniki based practice of Minas Kosmidis.
Since the inauguration of the first Conran Shop in 1973, the name of Conran has become synonymous with excellence in the design of furniture and household products in the global market.
Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez’s usually turn into travel for inspiring their collections. This season, however, the design duo found inspiration through “the warmth of domesticity”.
In the picturesque area of Braganca Paulista in the San Paulo region of southeastern Brazil, M&M House, designed by the practice of Studio MK27, sits unobtrusively within the luxuriant hills and indigenous trees of the countryside.
Unlike other designers who treat sheerness with some sort of vulgarity that make one feel exposed, Reed Krakoff references it in a way that is fluid and exudes lightness.
Away from the city center of Milan, conveniently situated in the Via Stephenson, is the B4 Milano designed by the practice of Simone Micheli. Part of the Boscolo Hotel Group, the B4 embodies the concept of a pioneering holistic experience in hospitality for visitors to this cosmopolitan city in the north of Italy.
Calderon House is a project by the practice of Sommet Asociados, located in the prestigious Santa Cruz suburb of Uruba Hills in Bolivia, a verdant region of great natural beauty.
Rammed Earth Modern House is a project undertaken by the practice of Brent Kendle. Located in the desert location of Paradise Valley, Arizona, it represents a home for a family who wish to escape the current trend of oversized homes in the ‘bigger is better’ boom and return to a more modest lifestyle in a smaller home.