Posted on June 26th, 2013
The interior of Fleischerei Bar, located in the city of Leipzig, Germany, was recently transformed from a century old butcher shop into a ornate & lavish bar. The highly detailed Villeroy & Boch ceramic tiles were preserved & incorporated into a modern up-to-date atmosphere that is still richly antique at it’s core . . . via
Posted on November 5th, 2012
Architects Yasutaka Yoshimura, a Japan-based studio recently completed their “Nowhere but Sajima” home. The seaside rental is located on the coast Yokosuka, Kanagawa, about an hour from Tokyo, Japan. The inside is immaculate, with natural lighting filling each and every corridor . . . (more…)
Posted on September 16th, 2012
Guz Architects built this home on the the beautiful island of Sentosa, located off the coast of Singapore. The homes on this small island are built quite closely together, so the architects focused on creating a private space that incorporated nature and the island’s unique beauty. Two wonderfully adorned walls sit opposite to each other on the plot, while the local sea breeze and abundance of natural lighting fill every room of the home . . . (more…)
Posted on August 15th, 2012
Lighting is an incredibly important aspect for any room, whether it be a entryway to a home or the main dining area of a restaurant, the way you choose to decorate with it makes a world of a difference. This is why I absolutely love the interior of the popular Aria Restaurant, located in Toronto, Canada. The extensive use of Raimond Lamps from Moooi give the restaurant a beautiful and memorable feel . . .
Posted on July 23rd, 2012
The community of ‘Finca Bellavista’ (named after the river that passes through) is a gorgeous residential community filled with custom-built treehouses! Located in a rural area near the south Pacific coast of Costa Rice, accessing Finca Bellavista is done via the local “SkyTrail transportation network” (which is mainly ziplines and a few bridges) . . . (more…)
Posted on June 8th, 2012
This quaint ivy-encased shed located in San Francisco is really quite something! Architect Scott Lewis spruced up the tired metal exterior of this old building with a lovely layer of green ivy, transforming it into a much more appealing place for an art studio.