It’s been around for ages, yet for the past 50 years we haven’t given it much praise. Thankfully, though, this wonderfully versatile finish is very much at the forefront of today’s interior trends.
As I flick through my plethora of interior magazines, one common thread that appears time and again is the presence of plants.
Thanks to some of the largest global leaders in furniture design, rattan has made a comeback over the last 10 years.
Suzie Mc Adam is an interior architect who is fast making a name for herself in Ireland.
Italian architects Marcante-Testa recently completed the renovation of a 19th-Century apartment block overlooking one of the many small canals in Venice.
Strong and bold in its geometric form, this home’s interior serves to counterbalance with soft pastel hues, cool white marble surfaces and pale timber floors.
On a street corner in Beirut’s controversial Downtown development you will find Kaleo, a restaurant that is causing quite a stir.
This carefully executed renovation was carried out by Melbourne-based Mim Design.
As one of the very first residential buildings to be built using a concrete structure, this Madrid home has been treated to a complete contemporary overhaul by design studio Lucas y Hernández-Gil.
Continuing to scoop award after award, Hotel Esencia, positioned in Xpu-Ha, Mexico, has become a sought-after destination for those seeking a unique beach holiday hideaway.
Located in the Canguu region of Bali, The Slow is the latest hot property on the tourist trail.
Line House has transformed a giant 5 500m2 former opium factory into a grownups’ paradise playground.
Buck Studio in Poland has created the ultimate interior for a patisserie in Wroclaw.
A member of the Room Mate hotel group, Hotel Giulia is the one of the latest to join the ever-growing collection of designer boutique hotels situated in “design capital” cities worldwide.
Auhaus Architecture, a Melbourne-based firm, is the genius behind Ivanhoe House. Its aim for each residential project is to uniquely reflect the client, site and brief within each design.
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