Category Archives : Interior Design


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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The Drug Store avoids being a “shady” CBD retailer with gallery-style interiors

Products infused with CBD are dotted throughout sparse gallery-like rooms inside west London’s The Drug Store, which has been designed by the brand’s co-founders. Situated in the affluent neighbourhood of Marylebone, The Drug Store occupies two floors of a townhouse which formerly served as an exhibition space for works by British artist Damien Hirst. The […]

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Aesop store in south Seoul is a cosy red-brick retreat

Mlkk Studio used reclaimed red bricks to fashion the snug interiors of this Aesop store, which lies behind the intimidating dark-grey facade of a building in Seoul. The two-floor Aesop store – which is longlisted in the 2019 Dezeen Awards –is situated south of central Seoul inside a mixed-used development named Sounds Hannam, which is […]

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