The soft atmosphere of Faye Toogood’s renovation project

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This is why we’d like to share Faye Toogood’s renovation project: 1// In a nutshell: Faye Toogood’s work is a continuous source of inspiration since she left The World of Interiors magazine in 2007 and opened her London-based studio where she has been working on design, interiors and sculptures. Her approach is honest, deeply rooted in the process of craftsmanship and based …

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Teal – The Must-Watch Color for 2019

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The darker hue Teal and must-watch color for 2019 comes back around every ten years and is often combined with brown shades, since these two are split complementary on the color wheel and harmonise thanks to the balance of warm and cool color temperature. The name comes from that of the duck—the common teal (Anas crecca)—which presents a similarly colored stripe …

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144 Entryways of Milan

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I still remember thinking the first years when visiting Milan, that this was the least attractive of all Italian cities I knew. Five years back I just added a couple of extra days to a business stay and fell in love with the city. Today this is one of my favourite places to visit in Europe and I have always …

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Opulent meets minimal: The pool house

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This is why we’d like to share the sophisticated pool house designed by Belgian interior architect Arjaan De Feyter: 1// In a nutshell: What captured most our interest is the seamless blend of opulent red marble stone and a contrasting minimal interior design concept at the same time. The sophisticated pool house S-W is a collaboration between Belgian interior architect Arjaan De …

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Modernism-inspired digital art by Alexis Christodoulvou

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This is why we’d like to share the Modernism-inspired digital scenes by Alexis Christodoulvou: 1// In a nutshell: The modernism-inspired scenes created by self-taught Alexis Christodoulou represents a creative outlet for the South African digital artist during an intense period of his life. Copywriter at an agency and wine maker at his family winery, Christodoulou got intrigued of a friend’s work with Sketch-up. …

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Top 4 Installations of the Milan Design Week 2018

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Before we dive into the Top 4 Installations of the Milan Design Week 2018, let me give you a short personal round-up of this year's edition: First and foremost (and I know I should put another point as no.1), this has been the most visited edition ever. I have never seen Milan so packed in the previous 10 years, which …

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