Interior design

Sustainable cooking inspires the color palette of Maannos restaurant.

A new restaurant designed by interior designer Laura Seppänen was recently opened in the heart of the Helsinki design district. The restaurant is called Maannos and is housed in a former industrial building of the late '800. The designer's work focused on recovering the original features of the space but also trying to convey the philosophy of the restaurant's sustainable cuisine. The ...

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Gjøvik House, where minimalism becomes cozy

Minimalism and cozy style never seem to go along well when it comes to architecture and interior design. But the architects of the famous Danish studio Norm Architects, have succeeded in creating a home where the minimal style is really cozy at the same time. It is the project of a beautiful family house located in the city of Gjøvik, one hour from Oslo, and with a view on Lake Mjøsa and the ...

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New Nobis Hotel Copenhagen

It’s time to get back to work and to our daily life commitments after the Christmas break and avoiding getting a bit depressed is not always easy. My secret to face this moment at best? Having already booked a weekend off in some weeks, in order to have a mini vacation to wait for. We will be going three days to Prague at the beginning of March, it’s the birthday present for Ricardo. And you? ...

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A minimal Christmas

It’s the end of November and I haven’t start talking about Christmas yet but now I should really start thinking about it if I do not want to get late as usual. For those who like to enjoy a little Christmas atmosphere but do not love the classic red and gold Christmas decorations full of frills, I found a house with a minimalist decor that is right for you! It is the home of Jonas ...

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Metro tiles

Today I want to talk about the metro tiles that I love especially because they remind me of the metro in Paris, the city where I lived for two years. Metro tiles are usually small tiles, originally 7.5 x 15 cm, white, with glossy finish and bevelled-edge. They are commonly called metro tiles because they first appeared in Paris and New York in the early 1900s with the construction of the first ...

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