The refined three-dimensional play of full and empty spaces enhances and transforms the studio into an immensely practical home.
Halfway between traditional and contemporary, this kitchen combines industrial style and modern design icons. Besides, it’s bewitching charm is hard to resist.
In this penthouse, an exposed kitchen subdivides the living room into different areas, letting the light flood the entire space.
Located on the hills of the Valencian countryside, this house is designed with no half measures, a great project of a great artist.
The exclusive project by GD Arredamenti and Combined Architecture and Interiors blends interiors with exteriors in an aesthetic destined to resist passing fashions and endure in time.
An old orangery was transformed by Piero Lissoni into an extraordinary, tiny glass residence, surrounded by beautiful hills, in an area known for its wine and truffles.
Sugar pink, mint green and cactuses: the Russian architect and designer Dmitry Reutov has transformed 55 sqm in the frenetic Manhattan into a dreamy Mexican landscape.
”Let’s remove the superfluous and see what we actually need”. This owner’s observation gave life to the interior design of a welcoming attic apartment in Scandinavian style, decorated with iconic pieces from the fifties.