An old garaged annexed to a eighteenth century villa was converted into a bright kitchen and dining room that opens onto the garden.
A minimalist decor brings out the simplicity of the ancient tuff structure, renovated in the heart of Matera.
Minimalism and poetry: how to light and decorate a period property with modern design icons.
The Green House: a mini loft apartment which looks like a tiny house with a courtyard, perfect if you want to visit all the wonders of Porto, Portugal.
No convertible furniture required: bespoke furniture was used to turn this studio apartment into a real home.
A raised bed which frees up necessary living room space, and a partition which turns into a table; this is the magic of convertible furniture.
In this tiny apartment, every detail slots together or overlaps, using every single inch just like on board ship.
An attic apartment in the Dolomites where contemporary style and tradition meet.
In Japan, a winning mix of intercontinental design brings together modular furniture with modern design icons.