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The literal and mythological meaning of the lantern is highly significant throughout Asian history—it leads you through the dark, showing you the way and indicating the beginning and end of a journey. Neri&Hu’s radical transformation of an existing five storey building in Seoul...
Dutch design brand Moooi is on course for world domination, and its next stop is London. Having made a low-key arrival into the UK market in 2010 with the introduction of an appointment-only showroom, next week will see Moooi putting down permanent roots in the British capital with the opening of a centrally-located brand store.
Designed by Piero Lissoni, Torre Velasca has been one of the milan attractions that everyone is talking about! This Milan urban space is one of Milan’s most cherished places ‘cause of its dream house settings provided by Living Divani.
Located in the heart of Milan, with its 85 rooms divided into four categories, the newly inaugurated Room Mate Hotel Giulia designed by Patricia Urquiola is a few steps from Piazza del Duomo and the Vittorio Emanuele gallery.
Buckle up cowboys – it’s is going to be one helluva visual ride! This Deliciously Curvalicious West Melbourne loft apartment by Adrian Amore is a knockout. That staircase, the articulation of light, the sinuous forms and fluid spaces – everything about this project literally brought me to my knees.
JUMA Architects is a Gent based architecture firm founded by Mathieu Luyens & Julie van De Keere in 2009 with a focus on creating well-crafted and custom made structures.
Family Estate Krakow is a private residence designed by Yodezeen. It is located in Krakow, Poland.
The project, designed by Andrea Marcante and Adelaide Testa, involves the restructuring of a 180 m² apartment in Paris for Isis Colombe Combréas, the managing director and editor-in-chief of the magazines MilK and MilK decoration, her husband the photographer Karel Balas, and two children Hiroko and Aliocha.
Located at the ninth and last level of the Plot # 2251 project which we conceived in 2008 and for which construction ended in 2013, this three-storey apartment is articulated through an independent structure capping the building.
A love of travel along with modern design and antique elements are brought together in this 19th century apartment located in Berlin. The interior was designed and styled by Annabell Kutucu in collaboration with Michael Schickinger.