The studio Fantastic Design Works Co. had the good idea to take again Alice with the country of the wonders to decorate a restaurant in Tokyo. Playing with ingeniousness between the various elements of the tale and the decorations of the restaurant, the whole makes it possible to give an environment single and amusing.
Are you willing to shell out $25,000,000 for a house? If so, this is what you could gun for. Sprawled on 11,000 square feet, the Razor house commands mind-boggling views of sea and nature. Designed by Wallace E. Cunningham, (one of AD top 100), the house sports 4 bedrooms, 6 baths, a fabulous two level guest house and features private access to Black’s Beach. Maybe it is the floor to ceiling glass or the look of that garage, but it definitely it conjures up visions of the Iron Mans’ House.
The house itself is stunning. 10,000 square feet of contemporary design; six flat panel HDTVs each with their own futuristic touchscreen remote from Creston (each with one button—”WATCH DVD”—that sets all the correct inputs and eliminates headaches). But I’m pretty sure I’d be spending all my time in the theater.
Reveal is the fourth of six videos that were recently shown on IFC and the Sundance Channel. The videos are two-minute documentaries featuring The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas and they provide a behind-the-scenes look into the personalities and inspiration behind The Cosmopolitan.
Amidst the lush environment of Singapore, Guz Architects have built a home that engages the local environment in almost every aspect of its design. The Cluny House is a stunning modern courtyard home centered around a living natural pool with water plants, moss, ferns and trees that arise from its own calming waters.
There is a movement in the field of art called Eclecticism. In spite of the fact that this art movement might not be recognized as a separate style in the world of design, for many people eclecticism is still perceived as a separate and distinct movement. The first person who has brought the term “eclectic” into the world is presumed to be Johan Joachim Winckelmann. This term was used for the work of Carracci, who created his painting combining classical tradition with the elements of Renaissance.
The Lookout House is a project by Ike Kligerman Barkley Architects, a 25-person firm of architects, interior designers, and supporting staff that offers both architectural and interior design services in an established, diverse, design-oriented practice. Located in Fairfield County, Connecticut this pyramid house was renovated to erase the aging, brown vestiges of the 1979 original. A new arm stretches to the east, housing the master bedroom suite and family room on the lower pool level. A sustainable project, this house integrates geothermal heating and cooling systems, renewable materials like bamboo floors and eco-friendly paints and finishes.
The Colosseum – Bucherest, Romania.
The project comprises of a 54 hectre site and includes 200,000m2 of mixed-use development, containing retail, restaurants, leisure facilities and a hotel. When complete, the scheme will be Central and Eastern Europe’s largest commercial development with a total value of € 350 million.
Designed by Stephen Pimbley, SPARCH’s founder and director, the ambition is to make a unique and exciting retail destination, standing out among its competitors. Mont Kiara is a predominantly residential neighborhood and is very family orientated. This spirit is captured in the design which uses a ‘friendly’ palette of finishes in feel, color and texture.
At the time of the Biennial International one of the Design and living room 2010, the Belgian manufacturer Modular Lighting Instruments with designed this stand with the manner of a giant flipper. Lights and provisions coloured and ludic, for a playing field to be discovered in the continuation.
If you’re Atlanta-bound, the Midtown district should be on your itinerary for its arts, culture, entertainment and nightlife. Generally, there’s a W Hotel in every lifestyle hotspot, and Midtown is no exception. The W Hotel in Midtown Atlanta continues the brand’s focus on progressive design, luxury amenities and rates that are affordable in contrast to the standard upscale hotel. We’ll dig deeper into why we love the W Midtown, enough so to call it one of our Favorite Places in Atlanta.
The Davis Residence is a project by Miller Hull Partnership, a firm stablished in 1977 that today counts with 7 partners and 56 contributors. The Miller Hull Partnership’s design reputation is based on simple, innovative and authentic designs, something we can confirm with the Davis Residence. A house where the concept marries a long gently sloping roof form containing the kitchen, entry and studio with a vertical tower containing the living room and master bedroom above. The roof forms express their timber construction with exposed joist, 1×4 skip sheathing and plywood diaphragms. Wood T&G paneling is stained in bold transparent colors.
The St. Barts residence is a project by Barnes Coy Architects. Barnes Coy Architects is a 20-year-old firm which has realized over 250 projects throughout the United States, Latin America and the Caribbean. The firm consists of 15 people, including 12 architects divided among three offices: Bridgehampton, NY; Vail, CO; and NYC. The residence is located at St. Barthelemy, France and it is a beautiful open space with amazing views. The mix of materials of the house count with Pennsylvania limestone at the walls, sucupira wood on the floors and polished concrete on countertops.