It was all about authenticity and a strict avoidance of the Mariachi band image of Mexico when the Sydney based practice of Juicy Design were assigned to handle the branding and interior design of a new Mexican restaurant in their city. The inspiration began with the alternative cuisine and the name of Mejico popped up, the rest just followed!
Toronto city dwellers are well aware of the reputation of the King West area and its popularity with singles and couples who choose to live there, due to its close proximity to the lively club and bar scene and city center. It is the vibrancy of King West which formed the inspiration for the interior of a small loft space project undertaken by the practice of RAD Design Inc.
In the city of Lyon in France, the heritage neighbourhood of Golden Square attracted designer Marie Lise Dulac Ferry as the ideal place to create her home. She began by purchasing a 200 year old duplex penthouse apartment, removing all of the dividing walls and doors, which immediately produced a contemporary loft like space.
The architectural designs of Andy Ramus and the young team of talented professionals which make up his Winchester based practice of AR Design Studio never cease to amaze us!
In the old quarter of the historic city of Turin in Italy, a renovation project of a loft-like space in an 18th century building was undertaken by the local practice of Con3 Studio. Founded in 1966 by Elena Belforte and Giusy Rivoira, Con3 Studio continues to impress through its dedication to the creation of urban design solutions...
The most unlikely structure on the island o Furillen in Sweden was transformed into a wonderful family retreat by the practice of Imberg Arkitekter. The structure in question had been built as a garage for military vehicles and stands on a site with a terrific sea view. The island itself has its own ‘claim to fame’ as it was once the home of Ingmar Bergman...
When thinking of an interior designer whose work never fails to fascinate through its consistency to produce gasps of admiration, the name that springs to mind is that of Maria Llado. Her portfolio contains some impressive clients in equally impressive locations, from the Giorgio Armani Showroom in Milan to exclusive homes in the Hamptons!
Constructed on a grassy slope overlooking the town of Decin in the Czech Republic, Villa Decin enjoys the best of both worlds, a rural setting with urban amenities. The 750 sq.m. home was designed by the practice of Studio Pha, who created a residence within a simple geometric structure positioned on a stone base, which accommodates ample parking and storage space.
When the design practice of Jessica Helgerson was asked to undertake the interior of a very smart brownstone in the Fort Greene area of Brooklyn, the client gave the green light to use colour in whatever way within the design concept.
Whoever is familiar with the work of Swedish art director/typographer Therese Sennerholt will instantly recognize her stunning black and white prints. A similar uncomplicated simplicity has been employed in the interior of her home designed by her friend, Lotta Agaton.