Interior design

The Stable House by Frama

Frama is a brand based in Copenhagen that is characterized by clean aesthetics, attention to natural materials and simple geometries. The collections focus on simplicity, creating long-lasting objects unrelated to fashions. In addition to producing furniture and objects, Frama also has an interior design studio. For their latest project, Frama oversaw the interior design of the Stable House, ...

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Sophisticated look for the Alysi boutique designed by Studio Pepe

Last year the first boutique in Milan of the Alysi fashion brand opened its doors. The shop is located in the heart of the historic Brera district in a 17th century building. The project of the store was entrusted to Studio Pepe who managed to create a sophisticated, elegant and contemporary interior in perfect line with Alysi's style. The interior is characterized by a palette of half-tones ...

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Note Design Studio signs the interior of the Gina Tricot store in Stockholm

Note Design Studio, in collaboration with Open Studio, designed the first flagship store of the Swedish fashion brand Gina Tricot. The store occupies an historical building on Götgatan, one of the main shopping streets in the Södermalm district of Stockholm. The store was designed with the aim of giving the user a new shopping experience: "Instead of funnelling the visitor through a pre-set ...

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Font 6 Apartment by CaSA

Today's home tour is once again about an apartment designed by CaSA - Colombo and Serboli Architecture (you can find two other projects here and here). Yes, I continue to share their projects because I really like their work. I love their ability to bring to light and preserve the original elements of the houses and combine them wisely with modern materials and lines, creating a balanced and fresh ...

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The beautiful home of Joachim Kornbek Hansen.

With today's home tour, we visit a beautiful two-level house in Nørrebro, one of Copenhagen's most vibrant districts. It is the home of Joachim Kornbek Hansen, design and brand manager of Menu (brand founded by his grandfather in 1976). Joachim is also the founder of &tradition, another nordic brand that I love. The house consists of two apartments, one above the other, connected by a ...

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