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A giant-round panoramic roof window lets the sky inside. What else would you imagine for an excellent vacation? The W Bali Villas provide direct access from the bedroom into the pool. The living room uses orange color accents. The long white bar is cleverly built under a skylight. via   www.starwoodhotels.com

Marchi Mobile is the Viennese maker of the eleMMent which is an ultra luxury travel trailer that is to ride for. The eleMMent Palazzo unites characteristics from motor, yachting and aviation sports such as a sports car rear diffuser, the business jet gang way or the motor yacht flybridge. The interior is just as extravagant as its owner: minimalistic and modern shapes fused with classy and antique design elements embedded in timeless ambiance.  What makes the home comfortable for on the […]

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Renowned for being at the forefront of modern design, recently the Italians have returned to examine the bathroom and in the process have developed some innovative new approaches to design. Instead of creating objects to fill the bathroom, the new Italian trend is to build the bathroom with entirely integrated fixtures. Instead of individual pieces, the bathroom becomes a single functioning unit. Controls are removed from the form and instead are integrated conveniently into the environment. via mastella.it

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Designed by Peter Jansen, The Tulip.MGX takes its shape from intriguing organic forms – forms that are so far unknown and yet seem so familiar. Rather than centering on a translation from our visible world, this light object is a translation of the strange attractors and mathematical formulas used in chaos theory.  

Posted in  Light

Retro and vintage designs are often considered as being outdated, looking old, unattractive and dull. That’s not true. Although compared to modern design, retro is mostly a completely different realm, it has a large variety of benefits. Nostalgic designs arise feelings, awake memories and better manage to involve broad range of readers even although they don’t really realize it. Furthermore, retro can look cool and offer readers or visitors something they haven’t expected at all. So why not try to […]

Posted in  Living room

Young Israeli designer Daniela Bekerman has created shoes called Ze o Ze, which means “This or This” in Hebrew. The Ze o Ze features a transforming modular construction that can go from ballet slipper, to a brogue-inspired lace-up, to a Mary Jane kitten-heel pump!  The four extra components come in varying heel sizes and in a few different styles, only for almost every occasion. Every day you can choose a different look ! To find out more, visit Daniela Bekerman’s […]

Posted in  Deco

MVRDV  designed the Water Cube pavilion for the 2012 World Expo in Yeosu, Korea. The structure is designed to express the power and beauty of the oceans, and is composed of water filled basins, which act as both a temperature buffer as well as the main attraction. A bit like being inside an aquarium, the hollow inner sanctum will be lit with water-filtered light, and will be used as an exhibition center during the Expo. Korea’s 2012 Expo is centered […]

Posted in  Architecture

Taiwanese studio Haoshi Design have created the ‘balloon X lamp’.  Haoshi means good things, and that’s just what these designers believe in. They create fun and interesting objects, like this sweet balloon lamp which was made to capture the fleeting magic of childhood. As they say, “we add a kind of purity and peace into our design concept. By using concrete exquisite technical art to present the abstract life concept, designers’ life philosophy can present completely and perfectly through the […]

Posted in  Light

At first, the number of bar design ideas that you can choose from seem quite overwhelming. Should you have a sports bar or an Irish pub? Would a nightclub with a dance theme attract more people in the financial district of your city, or would you be better off with a 1950’s style Martini lounge? How about a gastro-pub? Would that work better than a wine bar? Each bar has its own unique look that make the customers come over […]

It’s not a fortress, but it could become one when you plan to leave the city for a long time. It’s a place of exceptional security everyone would like to live in especially when you are surrounded by a dangerous environment. What’s amazing about this house is the fact that while ‘open’, it looks like a modern house, with wide lighted areas, minimalist design, terraces, pool and spacious rooms. When it’s ‘war time’, the bridge arises, the window shutters close […]

Posted in  Architecture

.care?Cutare is a Romanian brand, created by designer Alina Dobre who studied Visual Communication at Charpantier Academy, London and Paris. After graduation she returned in Romania, striving to create her own brand – .care?Cutare –  keeping her aesthetic creed and the liberty to approach design without limits. Most of the pieces are made from fabrics because, at the beginning, Alina had in mind an idea to “dress up” the house, not to decorate it. She wanted to express artistically in […]

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I used the mystical word to transform this drawer into a table and two chairs. If you don’t have my power of incantation (I bet you don’t!), just visit the site baitadesign.com and find more about this product. It’s a simple storage device, full of piled cases that either stock different things, or open one-sided to serve the owner with two chairs. via baitadesign.com

Bodo Sperlein introduces his dynamic new furniture collection at  London’s Design Week. The Contour table and chair are part of a capsule furniture collection which continues his signature style of sensual and curvaceous forms – this time however working on a larger scale. The final shapes strongly reflect the design process, based around folding flexible and malleable materials such as paper, to create a series of dynamic curves and forms. The chair exudes a simple elegance, and has been designed to look […]

Posted in  ChairTable

All great rooms start with a great design, a playroom is no exception.  Kids need room to play and toys need places to stay.  Like designing a kitchen, usability and functionality are key in playrooms/play areas, but unlike a kitchen, a child should play a major role in its design. Color can make a huge difference in a room.  A room that was once dull and boring can be converting into a bright and cheerful space with a mere bucket […]

Posted in  Child's room

Lamps that resemble the finest patisserie creations, which transmit a contagious liveliness and joie de vivre. Yellow, orange, red, pink, fuchsia, purple, light blue, green, blue and multicolored: these are the new shades available for the Muse collection. The design has soft, flexible lines in a vast range of shade vibrations and bursts of energizing color. Pure adrenaline creates a light, lively furnishing style with original and intriguing expressive results that are particularly suited to the contract sector. The whole […]

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The “TRON designs CORIAN” exhibition is an original design project which has been art directed by DuPont and Disney and created using DuPont Corian high-tech surface for a surprising scenography. First marketed as an innovative man-made material for kitchen and bathroom worktops, DuPont Corian is designed as an advanced surfacing solution that can be shaped into virtually any conceivable design. DuPont Corian high tech surface is a design tool offering exceptional versatility and almost limitless possibilities for producing high quality, […]

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