The Chicest Doctor Office You’ve Seen To Date

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That's a bold title, but we are pretty sure you haven't come across a similar health care space. Recently, color and design play a larger role in patient care, and we see how a medical environment could look less anonymous and more inspiring or comforting. The medical industry is starting to see a long due makeover from hospitals, clinics, care …

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The flavor of the French Revolution era in Paris

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This is why we'd like to share the flavor of the French Revolution era in the latest Parisian hotel: 1// In a nutshell: Erected during the French Revolution years, the Hotel des Grand Boulevards embodies all the elegance of the 18th century Paris. Experimental Group, an event consultancy from the collective behind the Experimental cocktail Club, called Dorothée Meilichzon of Chzon studio …

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The most stylish 11m2 apartment in Paris

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When downsizing is a very relevant topic of today's urban landscape, this post might surprise how much design is possible in a tiny space. Rebecca Benichou and Sarah Chayeb, running the Parisian architecture firm Batiik Studio, are responsible for the complete renovation of the most stylish 11m2 apartment in Paris located in the 10th arrondissement of the capital. Though that almost sounds …

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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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