Interior inspiration

Pastel colors and Venetian Terrazzo in a family apartment

NestSpace Design got the inspiration from secondary rainbows when renovating a family apartment in Taiwan. The secondary rainbow, also called Neon, is visible only in rare cases next to the primary rainbow and has paler fainter colors. The atmosphere and the pastel colors palette created by this atmospheric event inspired this young architecture firm in this interior project, renamed ...

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When design pays hommage to art masters

Designers, both fashion designers and product/interiors designers, often take inspiration from art and painters. Sometimes they take inspiration from the colors used by an artist, other times from the shapes or the style of an artir, others from the world evoked by the painter. Today I want to talk you about Notoo Studio, a young Italian creative laboratory specialized in the production of 3D ...

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Cristina Celestino revamps the interiors of the 28 Posti restaurant in Milan

Terracotta tiles, plaster walls and pale-blue are the main features of the Milanese restaurant 28 Posti that has been revamped by Cristina Celestino. Having first opened its doors in 2013, the restaurant felt in need of a restyling without changing its convivial and relaxed atmosphere and its authentic and simple cuisine style. “The identity of the restaurant is now established, and my ...

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Faina house – a showcase of the brand’s ancestral design

FAINA is a design brand established in 2014 by Ukranian architect Victoria Yakusha and is now the most renowed Ukrainian design brand. Inspired by her cultural roots, her country’s ancient traditions and craftsmanship, Faina’s the collection create a link between a sustainable approach to contemporary living and the relations of the ancestors with nature. Faina’s “naïve” design is characterized ...

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The Audo, the new concept space designed by Menu and Norm Architects.

The Audo is the last interior project imagined by Danish brand Menu. Together with Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen and Peter Eland of local practice Norm Architects and with Nathan Williams from Kinfolk, they turned a 1918 building in Nordhavn, an industrial part of Copenhagen, into a multidisciplinary space. The 2,500-square-metre spaces hosts shared spaces, including a co-working area, concept store and ...

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