Category Archives : Interior Design



Aesop opts for a more luxurious feel with marble fittings at Piccadilly Arcade store

Geometric floor tiles, marble fixtures and flesh-coloured hues appear inside this Aesop store in central London, which has been designed by film director Luca Guadagnino. The Aesop store is set on the corner of London’s Piccadilly Arcade, a covered passageway of luxury shops that includes fine jewellery boutiques, bespoke tailors and small-scale art galleries. Its […]

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Sydney’s Chica Bonita restaurant evades “over-the-top” colours

Terracotta-coloured surfaces and step-like decor features appear inside this Mexican restaurant in Sydney, which Studio Gram has designed to steer away from cultural cliches. Serving up a mix of tacos and cocktails, Chica Bonita has been designed by Studio Gram to celebrate Mexican culture while avoiding the “over-the-top and over-saturated colour palette” that has become […]

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Dezeen Awards 2019 studio shortlist announced

The Dezeen Awards 2019 studio shortlist has been announced. Established studios Note Design Studio, Studio Gang and Barber & Osgerby, along with emerging talents Child Studio and Estudio MMX, have all made the shortlist. In total 33 practices are on the Dezeen Awards 2019 studio shortlist for studio of the year and emerging studio categories. […]

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Lundies House is a “Scandi-Scot” guest home inside a 17th-century manse

Preservation and hospitality organisation Wildland has collaborated with Groves-Raines Architects to convert former clergy living-quarters into an intimate guesthouse in the Scottish highlands. Lundies House is nestled within the rural village of Tongue and takes over a former manse – a dwelling created for and inhabited by a Christian minister. Standing since the 17th-century, the […]

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Big slanted window tops renovated Brooklyn townhouse by PRO

Brooklyn architecture studio PRO has overhauled a townhouse in Williamsburg, adding a slanted glass volume on its top-level to double the home’s living space. Peterson Rich Office (PRO) redesigned a 4,000-square-foot (371-square-metre) property in the trendy Brooklyn neighbourhood to create the family residence called Prismatic Bay Townhouse. PRO tore tearing down a large portion of […]

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