• The Most Iconic Pieces by Famous Danish Designers

    The most iconic furniture and lighting designers from the late 19th and 20th century, and the names that you will recognize. Along with some brief historical facts and the iconic furniture and lighting pieces that are an influence for all types of designers across the world today. Here are nine famous Danish designers and, if you’re […]

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  • Celebrity Interior Kelly Hoppen’s Fabulous Home Design

    South African celebrity interior designer Kelly Hoppen defines home as: “A home should be where you feel joy and happiness. It should feel like your own space, reflective of the spirit, life, and loves of the people who live there.” And now she welcomes us to her fabulous new home. Let’s see her beautiful living space […]

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  • 5 Decor Tips by The Star Interior Designer Jarret Yoshida For Fall

    Jarret Yoshida is a self-taught star interior designer, and he is developing an aesthetic in his own way. With his years of education and his intense travels around the world, Yoshida continues to spread his sophisticated, classic approach rooted in the traditions of Japanese design and memories of his childhood in Hawaii. Recently Jarret Yoshida […]

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  • Tom Dixon’s Luxurious Alto Restaurant in Hong Kong

    Tom Dixon Design Research Studio has designed the interiors of Alto Restaurant, which is  a new grill restaurant in Hong Kong. This restaurant is the first step into Asia for the design studio and has used the concept of the four elements; earth, air, fire, and water throughout. Fire is conveyed through the use of 230 […]

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  • Must See installations and exhibitions at London Design Festival 2016

    Here are the amazing installations and exhibitions of London Design Festival 2016. The majority of events take place from September 17-25 2016 and it’s the perfect chance to explore craft and design at its very best. London-based architect Alison Brooks‘ Smile installation aims to showcase the structural potential of cross-laminated timber (CLT), and will make use of American tulipwood to […]

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  • The Most Iconic Pieces by Famous Danish Designers

    The most iconic furniture and lighting designers from the late 19th and 20th century, and the names that you will recognize. Along with some brief historical facts and the iconic furniture and lighting pieces that are an influence for all types of designers across the world today. Here are nine famous Danish designers and, if you’re […]

  • Celebrity Interior Kelly Hoppen’s Fabulous Home Design

    South African celebrity interior designer Kelly Hoppen defines home as: “A home should be where you feel joy and happiness. It should feel like your own space, reflective of the spirit, life, and loves of the people who live there.” And now she welcomes us to her fabulous new home. Let’s see her beautiful living space […]

  • 5 Decor Tips by The Star Interior Designer Jarret Yoshida For Fall

    Jarret Yoshida is a self-taught star interior designer, and he is developing an aesthetic in his own way. With his years of education and his intense travels around the world, Yoshida continues to spread his sophisticated, classic approach rooted in the traditions of Japanese design and memories of his childhood in Hawaii. Recently Jarret Yoshida […]

  • Tom Dixon’s Luxurious Alto Restaurant in Hong Kong

    Tom Dixon Design Research Studio has designed the interiors of Alto Restaurant, which is  a new grill restaurant in Hong Kong. This restaurant is the first step into Asia for the design studio and has used the concept of the four elements; earth, air, fire, and water throughout. Fire is conveyed through the use of 230 […]

  • Must See installations and exhibitions at London Design Festival 2016

    Here are the amazing installations and exhibitions of London Design Festival 2016. The majority of events take place from September 17-25 2016 and it’s the perfect chance to explore craft and design at its very best. London-based architect Alison Brooks‘ Smile installation aims to showcase the structural potential of cross-laminated timber (CLT), and will make use of American tulipwood to […]

  • Ilse Crawford’s brass-footed floor lamp design for Kalmar Werkstätten

    Maison & Objet designer of the year Ilse Crawford has designed another beautiful floor lamp that rests on a pair of brass feet for her Billy series of lighting. It is created for Austrian design company Kalmar Werkstätten, the Billy BL lamp is supported by a slender rosewood stem and features a tapered matt black lampshade with […]

  • Philippe Starck Launches to The Fragrance Industry

    Successful interior designer, Philippe Starck has become the latest designer to step into the fragrance industry, adding three perfumes to his extensive catalogue of products. The exclusive fragrances will be released with the name of Parfums Starck Paris next month after taking nearly three years to be complete. The French designer will be releasing the fragrances collaboration with Spanish group Perfumes […]

  • The New Vancouver Icon: Trump International Hotel & Tower

    New Trump International Hotel & Tower Vancouver is where: meets qualified shopping, fine dining, entertainment and a financial center. It is striving to become the premier Vancouver luxury hotel, at the center of the Golden Mile. This gorgeous building will be completed in the Fall of 2016, and the twisting tower will stand at 616 feet, […]

  • Four Seasons Restaurant Restored in the Hamptons

    The historic Four Seasons Restaurant may have sold everything, including its sign, after closing in July, followed by an auction, but they’re not done yet. The owners of the infamous eatery Julian Niccolini and Alex von Bidder hosted a pop-up in the Hamptons on August 11th. Airy and romantic, the Pool Room features an extensive a […]

  • Enviable Interior Designer Eric Cohler’s Gramercy Park Triplex in NYC

    Successful interior designer, Eric Cohler, came up with an elegant triplex in New York City. Previously, the triplex was one home which was then broken up into six units, and then back down to two triplex units. Eric Cohler and his brother Matt Cohler fell in love with the lower triplex unit and started to […]

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