• Posts Tagged ‘interior design’

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    Dubai is the financial and nightlife capital of the Arab world. The city is defined by thumping discos, gravity defying buildings and blindingly bright beaches. But when one wants to take a break from the non-stop partying and incessant deal making where to go? And what if one wanted to settle down and raise a family...

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    German magazines Bauwelt and D-B2 organized a guided tour for architects during the fair. We were taken to several stands for product presentations from carpets to lighting and a focus on acoustics, sustainability and smart choices. Object Carpet gave a presentation on how to use its online configurator in the...

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    Tired of crowded city living, a client commissioned FMX Interior Design founder Xu Fu-Min to create a countryside home that embraces the tranquility of nature. The resulting 390 sq. meter residence, “returning hut” uses materials that reflect the composition and color of rocks and trees on its hillside location...

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    “Oh, that’s funny,” says a 3-year-old boy on his dad’s shoulders, looking at Morrel’s Strangeye Flower and Bugs, “but scary.” Hands in his dad’s hair, he was taken around the rest of the museum space of the House of Games exhibition at Maison&Objet’s September show in Paris. Three wildly fun rooms made up the House of...

    MoMa Design Store rep Emmanuel Plat visits Maison&Objet, a hot spot for retailers, every year to identify the objects he’ll consider selling in the store. During the Museum Shops conference on Friday, September 2, 2016, he explained that he hunts down the best to present to the art director at the museum, who makes the...

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    Along the Chao Phraya River, the Sala Rattanakosin hotel offers a mesmerizing view of Bangkok. The reception area leads to a window gaze of the Temple of Dawn, reminding visitors of the cultural beauty that no modernity wishes to exclude. Thai architecture and interior design firm Onion accomplished the transformation...

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    The game room. In the center of the space was a giant chess board with designer stools as pawns like the Minotti Cesar outdoor side table and a large art sculpture as the queen made by Italian artist Ambrogio Pozzi. It was an expressive room to inspire and showcase today’s design generation, not meant to be an...

    So-called global cities are running out of space to put everyone. To meet the demand, a new market has emerged in micro-apartments and aPodments; finding ways to cram people into smaller units has been the subject of design competitions such as the landmark aDapting to Small Living Show hosted by the Cooper Hewitt...

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    From the moment you catch sight of the Fiii Fun House in the plush Belgrano neighborhood of Buenos Aires, you know it’s something different: The glass storefront reveals three mismatched wooden houses, specially designed for adults, children and babies. Peaceful and Chaotic “My premise was to create a space which...

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    Architect Fabrice Knoll questions the “necessity of intensive use of technology” in our connected society, notably in the bathroom, in his opinion piece for this issue. While Knoll searched out smart products with a sense of simplicity at the Idéobain exhibition for ArchiExpo, we sat down with “sentimental” Italian...

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