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Geometric-patterned and monochrome tiles, rounded mirrors and brown leather seats feature this 1960s-inspired restaurant in Reykjavík, Iceland, which was designed by local practice Haf Studio.Haf Studio transformed a 1960s building in the Icelandic capital to create Mat Bar, which serves a combination of Italian and Nordic cuisine.
Seaside House is a family weekend retreat in Japan’s Kanagawa Prefecture. The modern dwelling was designed by renowned Japanese architecture firm Shinichi Ogawa & Associates; known for their timeless designs which combine a minimalist aesthetic with thoughtful functionality.
The whimsical monochrome interior of this Montreal residence, overhauled by Canadian architect Jean Verville, creates optical illusions for its residents to enjoy as they move through the space.Called IN 2, the 100-square-metre project entailed transforming the interiors of a 1950s urban cottage in the city's Villeray neighbourhood.
Huge windows and patios in this concrete house in Tel Aviv shed natural light across the interior while also allowing the family full views of the surrounding garden. The Suspended Patio House is located in a quiet neighbourhood of the Israeli city, and was designed by Ramat Gan-based 3322 Studio as a space for the founders' own family.
At ISU, they like to cut away any excesses. Here, you’ll enter a place that breathes tranquility. Minimalist, yes, but with just a hint of cosy. ISU opened its door in 2017 in Antwerp, Belgium. After years of experience with working for another natural hairdresser, Kevin De Bilde thought it was time to open his brand new salon.
One of the newest interior designs from Norm Architects is Copenhagen’s Menu Space, a collaborative, creative place featuring a showroom, office, and cafe. The showroom is the heart of the design; it displays the furniture and homewares collection by Danish brand Menu
In the historic Le Marais district of Paris, sprawls a charming Art Deco glass painted ceiling, mahogany panelled walls and golden cracks in porcelain white tiles of restaurant ANAHI, temptingly inviting customers to step inside this theatrical establishment, also known to be somewhat of a fashion hub among the city’s couture crowd.
A classic mid-century home in Melbourne’s leafy east has been given a new lease of life, capturing the hallmarks of the modern architectural movement. The once dark and cramped single-storey Caufield North home has been reimagined with ample windows and an open floor plan, opening up its interior spaces and bringing the outdoors in.
Toronto firm Studio AC has transformed a cramped local residence into a light-filled, spacious interior with natural stone and pale wood throughout. Richview Residence was designed by Studio AC for a family moving back to Toronto, after having lived in New York City for over 10 years. The family wanted to replicate their New York apartment's open, modern feel.
The composition of the apartment includes three main blocks which seem to fill one common space: a long black cabinet, kitchen island, and emerald block, including kitchen, bathroom, and bedroom. The white color of the floor, which, in some way, reflects everything happening in the room, comes over the wall slowly vanishing and uncovering a plain ceiling that has been here since the very beginning, thus, linking this new Home with memories of the past.