Berlin Loft with Museum-like Aesthetic Concept

By on May 2, 2018 Home Decor

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Want to know how to use an abundance of art objects and artistic touches in your interior decor without making it look like a gallery exhibition or worst kitsch? Take a cue from this Berlin project by Dreimeta studio. Renovating and reimagining the loft space the designers aimed to create a highly aesthetical ambiance that can offer a calm retreat from the busy life of the owners but to be at the same time a dynamic representation of the beauty that touches their life. Read More

Tulum Treehouse Set at the Edge of a Tropical Jungle

By on April 26, 2018 Inspiration

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A collaboration between CO-LAB Design Office architects (which reorganized and re-imagined the existing house structure into one coherent layout with fluid access and connection towards the surrounding lush jungle) and designer and stylist Annabell Kutucu (which used organic and locally crafted interior decor elements) created a beautiful, intimately connected with Nature guesthouse in the Mexican resort Tulum. Read More

Aires Mateus Add Modernity to Old House in Lisbon

By on April 13, 2018 Home Decor

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Casa na Rua de São Mamede ao Caldas – the project name – was originally built back in the 1700s. The architectural firm Aires Mateus was tasked with refurbishing and extending the ground floor of this historical Lisbon hillside building immersed in a garden, between the medieval castle and the Romanesque cathedral in what can only be described as a strategic position. Read More

Hotel with Most Beautiful View on Copacabana Beach

By on April 13, 2018 Inspiration

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Designed by Chad Oppenheim and Arthur Casas, the Emiliano hotel sits on the famed Copacabana beach in Rio de Janeiro. The project fronts one of the most beautiful views in the world while being surrounded on three sides by dilapidated apartment buildings from the 1950’s. Through simple yet powerful spatial manipulations, the hotel optimizes its beneficial attributes while subverting its negative forces. Read More