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The bathroom may seem like the hardest room in the house to decorate to your liking, and I’m sure many people struggle with putting some personality and beauty into that room. A bathroom of today is very distinct from a bathroom from only a few decades ago. If we are talking about luxury as a necessity, its presence in the master bathroom is a must. If you add some spot or led lights in the ceiling or to a covered corner their […]

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The Ribbon Chapel is a wedding venue designed by architect Hiroshi Nakamura whose beautiful creation brings out the romantic in all of us. This wedding chapel is located on the grounds of a resort hotel overlooking the Inland Sea of Japan. The building rises above the trees with criss-crossing spiral stairs that softly come together at the top. The double helix chapel was designed for weddings – lovers ascend separate staircases, then meet at the viewing platform at the top. Starting […]

Located in the Chinese city of Foshan, this amazing solid timber Dome Home was designed in 2014. The Dome Home by Timothy Oulton is a unique, energy-giving space created for the brand’s designers to interact in inspirational and comfortable surroundings. Made from reclaimed wood, the space under a dome is unique and often inspires an uplifting sense of wholeness. The space consists of an open and cyclical floor plan revolving around a central staircase of cantilevered wooden planks. the ground level contains […]

As people become more eco-friendly and environmentally aware, the idea of making living, breathing graffiti has become an exciting outlet for graffiti artists. Creating Graffiti Moss Art is quite popular nowadays. For today we want to show you something different. Art We Heart makes unique wall art using plants and moss. Welcome to the world of green graffiti – masterpieces crafted in moss and grass! Also called eco-graffiti or green graffiti, moss graffiti replaces spray paint, paint-markers or other such toxic chemicals and paints […]

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While we’re all still catching up from the holiday break, let’s take a moment to imagine a weekend spent in the Vipp Shelter. Vipp is a Danish company known mostly for its industrial garbage cans, but now they’ve thrown their hat in the ring for prefab homes. The Vipp Shelter is a minimalist prefab steel object that emerges in a rugged landscape farmed by naked trees and a silent lake. This prefabricated, 55 square meter structure is designed to be placed […]

Imagine a world where the spirit of nature comes indoors: grasslands begging to be explored by touch with your feet and hands. Argentinian artist Alexandra Kehayoglou created using hand woven wool rugs as her medium. Her work, which could be called rug or tapestry art, sees patchy natural-looking fields come indoors. Using traditional techniques, Kehayoglou creates the illusion of the outdoors by assembling wool in various colors and lengths. Her tufted grassy rugs are particularly appealing for their clever and playful adaptation of […]

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Designed as a home away from home, the cabins and all of the rooms at the 25hours Hotel Hamburg HafenCity are warm and cozy. Features and materials inspired by the harbour and shipbuilding are interpreted with tongue-in-cheek humour and held together with sailors’ yarns: 25 seafarers from around the world tell real-life stories of dangerous voyages, romantic encounters, violent storms and painful farewells. Anecdotal accessories and objects refer to these adventures, which are told in full in each cabin’s logbook. […]

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A modern house does not necessarily mean an explosion of colours. Despite their lack of popularity, neutral tones such as light grey, beige and brown are a perk because they evoke calm and serenity. Take the example of “Eaton Mews North” house, located in Belgravia, London. Realised by luxury interior design studio Roselind Wilson, the abode speaks the language of tranquility in its 1,700 square foot surface. Focussing on textured fabrics and finishes, the designers created a modern interior that is welcoming and comfortable. Is glamour […]

French architect Jean-Philippe Doré completed House in Vexin. Officially entitled House in Vexin, this inspiring project connects three historic homes with a modern extension. It displays an imposing silhouette  One of the main challenges was to renovate the existing buildings in the spirit of the village, while maintaining details such as the traditional roof tiles and the original lime plaster. Another goal was necessary to highlight the contemporary volume with external aluminum joinery and internal raw materials such as polished concrete, black […]

Buying a home can be a great investment, as investors gobbling up properties over the last few years–when prices and mortgage rates were at the bottom–well know. People love property because it has that tangibility that other assets don’t have. Perhaps you fear you’ve missed the best time for buying housing. Prices were low last year, but there are still deals to be had. If you’re looking to get into a first home that you’ll live in for a few years, or simply […]

Resignation Media recently completed an impressive 14,000 square-foot office building in Austin, Texas. The Jovial Office Building was renovated over a period of 18 months to provide community lounges, bars and beer chutes along the work spaces as well as the needed meeting areas, executive offices and a two floor adult slide for a more entertaining way of getting to the bottom floor of the office. The interior and space design is a result of the collaborative work between Jamie Chioco […]

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Are you looking for romantic bedroom ideas? Then, you have come to the right place. Responsible for rapid state-of-mind improvements, romantic setups are a girl’s best friend. They feel mysterious and passionate when diaphanous curtains fall down or when glass vases with pink peonies beautify the interior. Adding romance to your bedroom is a sweet idea. A romantic bedroom offers a warm and inviting atmosphere. It creates a soothing retreat for your tired spirit. It promotes intimacy. A romantic bedroom is […]

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Use natural light to bring out the beauty of your interior! The window ledge is the brightest spot in any room.The Espaciel light reflector instantly improves the natural brightness of dark rooms. You can use the Espaciel light reflector to redirect this source of natural light to the farthest reaches of your home. The Espaciel reflector is practical and efficient, and provides well-being and comfort on an everyday basis.You no longer have to move if your home is too dark!: “Fitted with […]

A contemporary apartment requires patience and imagination. The one below was completed by Suite Architects in 2013 and it is located in São Paulo, Brazil. As you can easily notice from the gallery, space was organised without boundaries so that the inhabitants could experience a free environment. In a nutshell, everything works smoothly according to a well known configuration: painting on canvas. Beige, white or light grey function as a background, while colourful pieces of furniture and art objects add personality to […]

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Pixel Performers is a dance show for 11 dancers in a virtual and living visual environment. A work on illusion combining energy and poetry, fiction and technical achievement, hip hop and circus. A show at the crossroads of arts and at the crossroads of Adrien M / Claire B’s and Mourad Merzouki’s universes. Combining choreographed movement and projected abstractions, these works of performed art are visually stunning, creating effects and illusions far beyond the sum of their parts. Pixel – […]

Sou Fujimoto is one of three architects that have been chosen to create House of Hungarian Music at new Budapest museum park. The music museum will occupy the site of the former Hungexpo Offices that have been scheduled for demolition. The Japanese architect proposes a glass-walled building sheltered beneath a white canopy, reminiscent of a giant mushroom. Round openings will create lightwells, which will in some places continue through the floors. The greenery of the adjacent parkland is continued beneath the shelter […]

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