Giveaway: Best of Interior 2018 Book

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Callwey' s Best Of Interior 2018 book is out. You might remember the past two years I had participated as a jury member together with Igor and Ricarda selecting the best blogger homes we considered should be featured. This year the concept has changed including architects and interior designer who submitted their work too, so did the jury, and you can …

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Today’s relevance of feeling ‘at home’: Hotel Bienvenue Paris

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When moderating a panel discussion during the Best of Interior Awards a few weeks ago in Munich, Germany, I was asking Viki Kitzig from the architecture bureau Kitzig how hotel design has changed. Her answer was that a hotel has to take over the role of a home when away from home nowadays. Independent French hotelier Adrien Gloaguen couldn't agree …

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Workshop Brothers Glen Waverley in Melbourne

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We found this precious gem of a cafe, Workshop Brothers Glen Waverley, and would love to share these marvelous interiors with you. The interiors were designed by Studio Esteta, an architectural and interior design practice based in Melbourne, Australia. It is the round shapes and color palette in particular, that has caught our eyes. Round shapes have always had a large …

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How to translate seasons into color in interior design?

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I stumbled upon this project of How to translate seasons into color in interior design concepts by Buenos Aires based design studio Moli Studio this summer. I am all ware about 3D projects and technical advances having worked and styled myself a larger project in 2016 and discussing with clients often whether to photograph or render product campaigns. My eye …

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An inspiring color palette: The Henrietta Hotel in London

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Being an interior enthusiast, you probably can relate to the fact, that visiting Salone del Mobile feels like a brand new recommencement. Surprisingly often and even months after visiting the Salone we stumble over references and inspiring details that were born in Milan only: The Parisian Designer of the Henrietta Hotel in London, Dorothee Meilichzon says about her very first …

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We Work – A fancy co-working space in Hong Kong

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The number of co-working spaces has increased considerably. A few month ago, I was told by a co-working founder Barcelona hosts more than 400 spaces...What started as a cost saving initiative has, attracted many start-ups, small enterprises and free-lancers. The co-working space trend and its concept has undergone an interesting evolution in the past two years. Compared to traditional offices, you …

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