How To Translate An Abandoned Pool Taken By Nature As A Store Concept

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Bringing the outdoors in is a term we've heard for a few years now. But how does this look in the Retail Universe where daylight is often spare and plants have a difficult time getting enough nutrients? Located in São Paulo, the first permanent flagship store The Garden Above was designed by the Brazilian design duo Pistache Ganache. The main concept, …

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Mediterranean vibes in Sarah Ellison’s new tiles collection

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This is why we’d like to share Sarah Ellison’s cement tiles collection: 1// In a nutshell: Sarah Ellison's new tiles collection for Teranova was inspired by the Australian interior stylist's travels to the Mediterranean and other coastal locations. The result are these encaustic cement tiles of strong graphic look that can suit the atmosphere of Australian homes. After working quite a few years for one of …

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A colorful home in Morroco with the most stunning patterns

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Whenever you find a project photographed by Richard Powers, you know you are for a visual feast. After falling in love with Morocco, Caitlin and Samuel Dowe-Sandes, American expats who own and run the tile company, Popham Design and their four-year-old daughter decided to live in a 1930s bungalow in the Guéliz neighbourhood of Marrakech. Generous splashes of blue and geometric patterns are decorating …

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Faye Toogood’s eclectic home in London

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 Faye Toogood's home has been a real surprise to me. I thought it would be quirky and expressive however it looks much more classic in a way than I thought. Not in the sense of a conventional classic style, the more you observe the images and the objects she collects, the more interesting it gets. Photography by Henry Bourne| Via T-Magazine Faye is …

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American Trade Hotel In Panama City

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I hardly ever write about hotels but his one caught my eye because I've been in Panama last year and loved the hospitality, and on the other side since publishing a trend report about wall hangings, I can't help but I always have a second look at any story that come with these gorgeous woven tapestries. Ah, and those tiles! American …

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Barcelona Style: a typical Eixample apartment

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Let me share with you an amazing apartment located in my neighborhood, the Eixample. What I'd like to show you here is the structure since this is the typical architecture in the area with heigh ceilings, open galleries towards the streets and hydraulic  flooring. Architect Núria Selva Villaronga, main partner of LOOX and DS Arquitectes firms, has been in charge of the rehabilitation in this heritage-listed building built …

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