Travel guide for design addicted

8 design stores in Palma de Maiorca

Palma is the capital city of the island of Palma de Mallorca, the largest of the Balearic Islands. Palma is a beautiful city and I love it because it is a perfect mix: Palma has the comforts of the big cities, art and history, a wide choice of restaurants and bars, lots of shops for your shopping, a beautiful and sunny weather all year long and the sea! Basically, Palma has everything you may ...

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Pastel colors for a small apartment in London

Today I take you on a home tour that tastes like summer, with a fresh and relaxing atmosphere and where pastel colors dominate. We are in London, in one of the aparthotel of the Leman Locke chain. The one I show you today is located in East London; it was opened in 2016 and is the first aparthotel of the chain. The project is by the New York studio Grzywinski + Pons who, faithful to the ...

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The Box: a new life for an abandoned hotel in Riccione

In the Italian seaside town of Riccione, the Hotel Sixty was left abandoned for 9 years. Following an eight-month renovation, Marianna Chiaraluce and Alfredo Monetti of branding and strategy firm Hospitality Mood, gave a new life to the abandoned hotel as The Box. “The Box’s philosophy rotates around a simple concept: less, but better” said Marianna Chiaraluce and Alfredo Monetti. For The ...

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Milan is without a doubt the world capital of design and it is certainly an unmissable destination for shopping enthusiasts. Leaving aside the names of the great Italian brands, of which all showrooms are located in Milan, today I want to focus on my favorite multi-brand stores. My selection includes both the classic multi-brand shops, where you can find furnishings and accessories from ...

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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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