Casa Flora by Diego Paccagnella

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Once you are obsessed with Italian Design, you will recognize a common red thread and immediately refurbish your entire home.  This is what happened when we stumbled upon this holiday apartment featuring more than 20 Italian companies that have produced tailor-made pieces to furnish the interiors. Would you like to spend your next Venice vacation in style? Casa Flora' s short-term rental …

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The Happy Room for Fendi by Cristina Celestino

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Let’s cross the ocean and jump right to Design Miami. Today we would love to present you an outstanding Italian collaboration. Here Fendi presents THE HAPPY ROOM, a collection of carefully curated and designed objects and furnishings by architect and designer Cristina Celestino whose work we already admired at the Salone del Mobile 2016. Two of the main starting points were: …

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Warm moody colors at Studio Oliver Gustav

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Just think about Scandinavian Design for a few seconds. What comes to you mind? The general picture of minimalism and sharp edges, paired with intense contrasting images of Black and White would be a first thought, doesn’t it? We would love to broaden this image and add the outstanding work and warm moody colors at Studio Oliver Gustav to our Scandinavian …

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10 examples why the Le Corbusier Color Palette is on point in 2017

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Good design is timeless. If you live in Europe or have been here in the beginning of the year, it is pretty impossible to escape all the interior buzz at the moment. There are numerous interior and design fairs here in Europe and if you happened to be here, you might have spotted a few pieces inspired by Le Corbusier. We will …

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Barcelona Style: A facade made of a grid of camouflage tiles

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The Green Trend has become a Green Lifestyle. Looking at this building, the architecture creates the idea of being one with nature. A rectangular, architectural structure with a roof and walls perforated with green tiles, was partly build around this building. The house visually connects with its surroundings, but at the same time it creates a shelter for solitude on …

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India Mahdavi’s colorful world for La Durée

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La Durée famous for its macarons, is a French luxury bakery and sweets maker house created in 1862. It is one of the world’s best-known premier sellers of the double-decker macaron, with an astonishing quantity of fifteen thousand sold every day. The French Maison has asked architect and designer India Mahdavi to create a new concept in Geneva inside the Four Seasons Hotel. Shades of …

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