Interior Design Category


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 [...]


Friday 29 August, 2014

Ben Young’s Handcrafted Glass Sculpture Inspired by Ocean Waves

Raised in Waihi Beach, New Zealand and currently living in Sydney, Australia, Ben Young is a self-taught artist. From surfing and skateboarding to repairing furniture and building boats, Ben spends time indulging in bohemian activities. But today we would like to direct your attention towards his fascinating glass sculptures inspired by waves, a special project [...]


Wednesday 27 August, 2014

Contemporary Holiday Villa in Koh Samui Offering Spectacular Coastal Views of Thailand

With a dramatic cliffside location overlooking Koh Samui’s port town of Nathon, Lime Samui Villa 4 offers guests spectacular coastal views of Thailand. The interiors of the property frame the striking limestone peaks of the National Marine Park and the legendary Five Islands, setting the stage for spectacular crimson sunsets. The spacious, multifunctional living area [...]


Wednesday 27 August, 2014

Innovative Turning Boxes Adapting Sharifi-ha House to the Climate Changes of Tehran

Nextoffice – Alireza Taghaboni completed the design and development of Sharifi-ha House, an innovative residence that can ingeniously adapt to the climate changes in Tehran, Iran. The is due to the displacement of turning boxes that lead the building’s volume to become open or closed, introverted or extroverted: “Here, the openness /closure of the building’s [...]


Tuesday 26 August, 2014

Why Men Have Excellent Decorating Taste

Men have a lot to offer when it comes to decorating. Image Source: Nate Berkus Does this title have you scratching your head?  You read it right, men do have excellent decorating taste. Want proof? Well, this article will have you realizing that some of the most historic and influential designs were established by men.


Monday 25 August, 2014

Visual Tricks Enhancing Original Yogurt Bar Design in Israel

In a dark small space in Ashdod, Israel (previously an AC store with plaster niches), Dana Shaked has designed a white magical yogurt bar. The first step in the conversion process was to remove all niches and wall covers and to divide the space according to a yogurt bar program. The project was designed to [...]


Monday 25 August, 2014

Well Defined London Penthouse Evoking a Strong Metropolitan Feel

Appointed by Ballymore to redesign the interior layout of a London Penthouse, the designers at Amos and Amos came up with a well defined space inspiring opulence: “Our design approach for Wapping Lane was to create a penthouse interior that represents a true departure from the norm. The result is a contemporary luxe interior that [...]


Sunday 24 August, 2014

Elegant 3 in 1 Modular Sofa Helping You Deal With Small Spaces

Designing for a small space is becoming more and more accessible, as practical solutions emerge without compromising in aesthetics. Sofista is a modular sofa, perfect for integrating in convertible living rooms. Consisting of three units- an armchair, a chaise-lounge and a sofa for two, the project is extremely functional. Its minimalist, stylish look and neutral [...]