Category Archives : Interior Design


Dover Street Market’s sixth fashion destination opens in LA

Fashion concept store Dover Street Market has opened in a warehouse building with hardly any windows in Los Angeles, creating an industrial backdrop for high-end clothing and installations. Dover Street Market Los Angeles (DSMLA) is located in the city’s Arts District in a nondescript brick building, which is painted white outside and features concrete floors, white […]

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Ministry of Sound opens co-working space in revamped 19th-century printworks

Ministry of Sound has teamed up with architecture studio Squire and Partners to create a co-working space and private members lounge in southeast London, just around the corner from the infamous nightclub’s home. Designed to offer the “antithesis to a nightclub environment”, The Ministry is a social enterprise geared towards the creative industries. It offers a variety of […]

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Hangzhou bookstore blends postmodern and classical elements

Giant geometric display stands intersect with imposing steel archways in this newly-opened book shop in Hangzhou, China designed by Alberto Caiola. Called Harbook, the 600-square-metre shop alongside the West Lake was designed by Alberto Caiola to appeal to the young urban consumer. Alongside books, Harbook incorporates other lifestyle elements such as a cafe, and a […]

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Hollywood Regency is Seeing a Resurgence

We’ve all seen the grandiose glitzy homes of the Hollywood Hills and chalked them up to be something of a high class unattainable nature. However, this style that evokes images of roaring luxury and art deco, known as ‘Hollywood regency’, is fully available to all homes, and with 2018’s skill in nurturing more classical styles […]

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Biasol use blue cabinetry and brass accents to refresh east London townhouse

Australian studio Biasol has dotted teal-coloured fixtures and furnishings throughout this London townhouse to brighten its previously dark interiors. Butterfly House – which has been named after its V-shaped, wing-like roof – is situated in east London, a short distance away from a host of galleries and independent boutiques. Measuring 90 square-metres, the home’s interiors […]

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