Interior Design Category

Monday 01 September, 2014

Shaping The Office Of The Future: Workspace Design Trends [Infographic]

Over the last decades, we have been witnessing major transformations in the corporate mentality regarding workspace design. According to this infographic from Alliance Interiors, more changes are yet to come, as the office of the future will be less business-focused and more employee-oriented. As a result of switching from closed offices to open offices- one [...]


Monday 01 September, 2014

Unassuming Family Residence Revealing An Architectural Surprise: Subiaco Oval Courtyard

Subiaco Oval Courtyard is the official name of a highly original residential project developed and implemented by Luigi Rosselli Architects in Subiaco, Australia. Seen from the street level, this family home is visually in tune with the character of the early 1900s federation era Subiaco architecture style, displaying pitched roofs, a locally-inspired criss-cross brick-wood pattern [...]


Monday 01 September, 2014

10 Design Lessons You Can Learn From Nature

What does nature tell us about decorating our home? Image Source: NMA Architects Take a moment from your busy schedule to lift up your eyes from that handheld device and reunite with the natural beauty of the world around you.




Saturday 30 August, 2014

Elegantly Connected: EMMA and EMILY Padded Chair Designs by Färg & Blanche

Swedish-French design duo Färg & Blanche has come up with two elegant padded chair designs for Swedish furniture brand Gärsnäs. EMMA (depicted in the first two photos below) is a hand-sewn, well-tailored armchair that “speaks the language of craftsmanship picking up the gauntlet. The needlework here involves both form and function, elevating the classic look to [...]


Saturday 30 August, 2014

Why You Should Use Natural Materials In Your Design

Natural materials are good for the environment, your wallet, and your style. Image Via: Palm Design Group



Friday 29 August, 2014

Perforated Brick Entrance Screen Defining Fairbairn Road House in Australia

Taking on the challenges of a narrow site, Inglis Architects designed and developed Fairbairn Road House in a suburb of Melbourne, Australia. The project showcases a simple architectural language of masonry, timber and stone, with emphasis on the front facade: “The house presents itself to the public and does not seek refuge behind a fence. [...]


Friday 29 August, 2014

Exquisite South Carolina House Evoking A Traditional Coastal Style

The architects behind the Southern Living Idea House at Palmetto Bluff drew their inspiration for the home’s design from Palmetto Bluff’s low country surroundings. The home, designed by Pursley Dixon Architects as a haven for guests to entertain and unwind, is situated amid the state’s iconic palms and freshwater creeks. One of the home’s most exquisite [...]