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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!
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.
Bear House is a memorable holiday home designed for a fun loving young couple and their two small children in Cha-Am beach, Thailand, by the local practice of Onion. The inspiration came into being through the request of the client to provide a prominent space for their collection of Bearbrick figures, a modular bear figure created by the Japanese firm of Medicom Toy Inc.
When we least expect it, a chance meeting or a visit to a previously unexplored region can become a life changing event which can lead to the fulfillment of our dreams, or perhaps our destiny.
For anyone who has dreamt of moving closer to nature, of adopting a different lifestyle in a cabin, deep in the woods, but of course without losing sight of the element of comfort and security, will love San Sen House, a project undertaken in 2008 by the practice of Alejandro Sanchez Garcia Arquitectos.
The love affair began when Joanne, an interior designer and Peter, a former chef, currently an art specialist, came across a group of abandoned buildings in the village of Uzes in France.
The medina of Marrakesh is an exciting place, the winding labyrinths providing colourful surprises at every turn, in an endless meandering of shops selling a diverse variety of North African wares, from hand woven textiles to gold and silver.
Anyone who has visited the city of Amsterdam will be familiar with the traditional architecture of the tall narrow buildings which line the banks of the canals. It is one of these structures built in the late 19th century that was purchased in 2009 by Mark Fuller, with a view to converting it into a comfortable four floor home for himself and his family
When two cultures come together in harmonic fusion on an interior design project, amazing things can happen! We know from experience that the result will be anything but conventional, as proved by the renovation of this traditional residence by the shores of Lake Comabbio in Italy.