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Something For Your Kid

Recently I found some cool kids furniture and I decided to share them with you in case someone of you is planning to buy something new for his kid’s room! ;)

Ma.Mo. by Sunya Studio via Dezeen

Mini Togo by Ligne Roset via Moco Loco
Travel Studio bed by Ligne Roset
Photographs: Ligne Roset
Alphabet drawers by Kent and London via handmadecharlotte.com

TANTOOO by ConceptualDevices via handmadecharlotte.com
Child’s bed by  h2o architectes
Photographs:  Stéphane Chalmeau via Dezeen
The Chalkboard Table by  Eric Pfeiffer via freshome
Training Dresser by Peter Bristol via Dezeen
1. for girls
2. for boys
Ovo high chair by  CuldeSac via Dezeen
Rocky by Jäll & Taft via handmadecharlotte.com



Residential Projects by Gus Wüstemann Architects

Check out their official website here.

Location: Gemeinde am Zürichsee
Year: 2008
Photography: Bruno Helbling

Location: El Barri Gòtic, Barcelona
Year: 2009
Photography: Bruno Helbling

Location: Zürich
Photography: Bruno Helbling


Manhattan’s Interiors

I am pretty sure there are many cool places in Manhattan, but for now here are just a few of them. The first one is designed by the Lebanese studio SOMA ( I already made a post about them. If you missed the post, you can view it here ). Don’t you love the idea of eating under a tree? ;)

Tartinery
Location: 209 Mulberry St
Architects: SOMA
Photography: e-architect

McNally Jackson Café
Location: 52 Prince Street
Architects: Front Studio Architects
Photography: Maggie Soladay Photography
“The owner of McNally Jackson Books, one of the largest independent booksellers in downtown Manhattan, wished to re-conceptualize the café and seating area as a place evocative of literature. The newly realized space creates visceral connections to the act of reading in each programmatic function.”  via Front Studio ArchitectsWhat a clever idea!! 

D’espresso Cafe
Location: Madison Avenue
Designers: Nema Workshop
Photography: Nema Workshop
Moomah
Location: 161 Hudson Street — Downtown Tribeca
Photography: Moomah


Favorite Architects | Houses by Frederico Valsassina Arquitectos

Frederico Valsassina Arquitectos is а Portuguese studio.
For more information, go to their website here.

Location: Estoril, Portugal
Project Year: 2004-2008
Photography:  FG+SG – Fotografia de Arquitectura
via www.fvarq.com

Location: Estoril, Portugal
Project Year: 2007
Photography: FG+SG – Fotografia de Arquitectura
via www.fvarq.com
Location: Colares, Portugal
Project Year: 2000
Photography: FG+SG – Fotografia de Arquitectura, Partick Monteiro
via www.fvarq.com

Location: Pinhal do Banzão, Colares, Portugal
Project Year: 2004
via www.fvarq.com


Favorite Architects | Interiors by Kengo Kuma

Kengo Kuma is a Japanese architect. In 1990 he founded his own studion “Kengo Kuma & Associates” . Read more about him on Wikipedia.

Restaurant Sake no Hana
Location: London, UK
Year: 2007 Source


Tea Shop Jugetsudo
Location: Paris, France
Year: 2008
Source
” I wanted to create a space like a bamboo thicket. In the thicket floats a different kind of air and light from those of our daily lives. At the centre of this unique space, we placed a solid, jointless board of Japanese cypress. Cypress was a special tree in that it was believed to smoothen the things put on it. Our idea was that people could feel the nature of Japan on that board. In the underground lies a stone tearoom. In the stone cave that rests in Paris underground the teas might show another quality.” – Kengo Kuma


Retail Store Lucien Pellat-finet
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Year: 2007
Source
“…The Frenchman Lucien suggested the concept to be “a Japanese-style gallery” and myself, a Japanese, proposed to express the “softness of cashmere”, the charm of the delicate material. While each context was mixed, the project went on as if weaving a piece of cloth, and it came to fruition where one piece of soft skin rose from the floor, as a brand new atmosphere for lucien pellat-finet. To express a soft cloth, I chose structural plywood, a material generally used for architectural structures. By cutting and bringing down these casual materials carefully in order to draw a curve, and placing them equally from the edge, we created a Japanese-touch luxury space…” – Kengo Kuma
Chinese Restaurant Shato Hanten
Location: Osaka, Japan
Year: 2010
Source 

Starbucks Coffee
Location:  Fukuoka, Japan
Year: 2011
Source
Retail Store Shang Xia
Location: Hong Kong, China
Year: 2010
Source 
Bama Lohas Café
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Year: 2011
Source


Get Into Their Headquarters!

 Who doesn’t want to work for a company that takes care of it’s employees?
I am glad that some companies started to understand and taking advantage of the effects that great office design has on staff creativity and productivity. Here are some offices of famous companies that are more than standard cubicle-filled corporate buildings. ;)

Кой не би искал да работи за компания, която се грижи за служителите си?
Радвам се, че някои компании започнаха да разбират и да се възползват от ефектите на добрия офис дизайн, който въздейства на креативността и производителността на персонала. Ето няколко офиса на известни компании, които са повече от стандартните напълнени с кабини корпоративни сгради. ;)

Google Engineering HQ
Location: London, England
Designers: Penson
via Dezeen

Vodafone
Location: Porto, Portugal
Architects: Barbosa & Guimaraes
Photography: Nelson Garrido via Dezeen

Facebook
Location: Palo Alto, California
Designers:  Studio O+A
via Dezeen
Dolce & Gabbana
Location: Milan, Italy
Architects: Studio Piuarch
Photographs: Ruy Teixeira via ArchDaily


Some Neon Colors?

Neon is popping up everywhere from fashion to interior design these days and I think it’s the trend of the season! Why neon? Well, neon is funky and It evokes energy and fun, though that these colors are not for everyone.
I personally like the mix of neutral colors with neon colors. Take a look at these spaces, and let me know what do you think about them? Could you live with neon colors every day?

Maison Plastique, Shelter Island Pavilion
Location: the Shelter Island at the eastern end of Long Island, New York, USA
Architects: Stamberg Aferiat Architecture
Photography: Paul Warchol via homedsgn

Nestlé Application Group Querétaro
Architects: Rojkind Arquitectos
Photography: ©Paúl Rivera  via ArchdailyArchitects: Materiality Office
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Photography: Greg Benson Photography
via Archdaily Interior design by Lotta Agaton
Photography: Pia Ulin via grassrootsmodernE8 Table
Designer: Mathias Hahn of Okay Studio
via DezeenChristian Louboutin window installation
Location: London, UK
Designers:  Studio XAG
Photography: Susie Rea via DezeenPillhead lamps
Designers:  A+Z Design
via DezeenL’Opera Restaurant
Location: Paris, France
Architects: CORNETTE:Architectes Urbanistes
Photography: Roland Halbe via The Cool HunterThe Denmark office of toy brand Lego
Designers: Rosan Bosch and Rune Fjord
Photography:  Anders Sune Berg via Dezeen


Do You Like Vintage Style?

As you may noticed everyone is crazy about vintage style these days ( fashion designers, photographers, interior designers, graphic designers etc ). Even my mom bought a vintage sofa ( the first two pictures ). So I was wondering how many of you like this style? Please give your vote!!

Pictures: Design dautorehall | Istanbul (the last one)


Istanbul Week | Christopher Hall

Today’s post is about an interior decorator and designer of furniture, lights and objects, who is based in Istanbul, Turkey. His shop in Istanbul reflects his job of integrating antiques, vintage and contemporary interior design. Christopher Hall has designed residences in Moscow, New York, Riyadh, Rome, Sydney and Venice.
“I am mixing cultures, forms, shapes, coming up with surprising combinations, integrating old and new design, colors and impressions.”- Christopher Hall
Information and pictures : hall | Istanbul

Днешната публикация е за един интериорен декоратор и дизайнер на мебели, осветителни тела и предмети, базиран в Истанбул, Турция. Магазина в Истанбул отразява работата му, която е комбинация от антики, винтидж и съвременен интериорен дизайн. Кристофър Хол е декорирал жилища в Москва, Ню Йорк, Рияд, Рим, Сидни и Венеция.
“Аз смесвам култури, форми, модели, в изненадващи комбинации, обединявайки стар и нов дизайн, цветове и впечатления.” – Кристофър Хол
Информация и снимки: hall | Istanbul

 


Helen & Hard Architects

Wow, this is so cool !! I love this idea !!
Architects: Helen & Hard
Location: Stavanger, Norway
Client: Tou Scene AS
Completion: 2005
Information and pictures: Helen & Hard


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