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Pin-Up-Inspired Furniture Collection Marrying Retro Style and Functionality

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Reminiscent of Pin-Up clothes, the sideboard and bedside tables shaping the Unbutton Collection dive into the idea of unbuttoned beauty and seduction. Being inspired by a provocative retro style, these furniture items are perfectly suited for bedrooms that aspire to showcase a playful, yet elegant decor. Imagine these attractive furniture details adorning your bedroom, always reminding you of their […]

Intriguing Array of Textures Displayed by Graphite Penthouse in Kiev

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Denis Rakaev sent us photos and information about Graphite Penthouse, a contemporary project in Kiev, Ukraine. According to the designer, the interior should be perceived unified and monolithic – this is the main idea of ​​the project. Going into any of the premises, whether dining or bathroom, a person must realize that he is in […]

Open-Layout Apartment in Warsaw Exhibiting Fresh Industrial Design Elements

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Welcome to a modern open-layout apartment located in the Pole Mokotoskie Park neighborhood of Warsaw. The owners of this 150 square-meter crib wanted their home to reflect an independent way of thinking. They shared some photos of American lofts and remodeled European tenement house apartments with the design team at Soma Architekci. Since it wasn’t their […]

Why Drones Are The Future of Design Photography

  • These guys could become an increasingly common sight within the next few years. Image Via: Drones For Hire
  • Drones give us access to some truly amazing areal views. Image Via: Wallsev
  • Drones  can withstand conditions that would be unsuitable for human-piloted aircrafts, Image Via: Wired
  • As drones become more common, they're taking on increasingly commercial uses like real estate photography. Image Via: Morehouse MacDonald & Associates, Inc. Architects

The idea of drones makes people nervous and understandably so. In the past, talk of this pilot-free technology has been exclusively associated with air raids and stealth missions. These days, however, drones are being used for decidedly less militaristic tasks. Now is the time for drones to get a makeover. As they become increasingly available, on […]

What’s the Lifetime Earning Potential of Architecture Graduates? [Infographic]

We stumbled across an interesting and highly practical set of infographics developed by the Hamilton Project at The Brookings Institution. Using data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey, the project allows users to get precious information regarding the annual median earnings from career start to retirement for 80 majors. Since not all college […]

Cliffside Ocean Residence Dramatically Adapted to an Irregular Terrain: Tula House

Tula house is an example of modern architecture blending in a harsh natural surroundings. This bold project was envisioned by Patkau Architects in British Columbia, Canada. Perched 44 feet above the Pacific Ocean on a remote island, it reflects the casual irregularity of the sites rock ledges, beach, and forest in both its geometric and spatial […]

Luxury Mountain Chalet Offering Striking Panoramic Views in Whistler, Canada

Lakecrest Residence is an imposing mountain chalet in Whistler, Canada perched atop a rocky cliff in a lakeside neighborhood of Whistler, Canada. As you probably guessed, this is one of those homes that takes in its vibrant natural landscape. The creative team at a|k|a Architecture + Design left nothing to chance: large glass windows, Brazilian […]

What Are the Top Neutral Colors to Choose Now

There is a new trend making an appearance on the interior design horizon—stylish new shades of neutral.  It’s akin to the fall fashion runways, where there is always a new, hot color trend—think, white is the new black. Homeowners and interior designers alike have hopped whole-heartedly onto the neutral color bandwagon, realizing that there is […]

Fresh Ideas Exhibited by Bauhaus Architects&Associates Office in Vietnam

The creative team at Bauhaus Architecs & Associates managed to transform a dull 90 square-meter surface into a fresh office design filled with inspiring elements. Bauhaus Architects&Associates Office is located behind the main hallway of a 20 story office building in Hanoi, Vietnam. The project was meant to inspire the employees, as well as every […]

Elegant Self-Assembly IO Chair Designed for Introspection and Daydreaming

Daydreaming, reading or relaxing in a cozy chair is a traditional part of life. IO Chair was developed by Juan Ochoa at the Florence Institute of Design International (FIDI) and encourages its users to indulge in this personal time. Smooth, rounded corners give the furniture piece a comfortable feel while the two-toned wood adds warmth, […]

Dreamy Lakeside Modern Chalet in Quebec’s Forested Landscape 

Can you imagine yourself living in a modern chalet in Quebec? If you answered yes, this exemplary modern cottage located near Lake Champlain, in Quebec, Canada. Placed just a few feet away from the American border at the height of the Phillipsburg Bird Sanctuary, the Chalet Lac Champlain was designed by Boom Town to complement the natural surroundings: “The vertical […]

Modern Home in Sweden Accessing Stunning Sea Views and Rocky Hillscapes

Within a concrete shell punctuated by large glass openings, this home built in a peaceful location boasts timeless materials chosen by architects Gert Wingårdh to create comfort and ease. An open floor plan ensures a continuation of spaces creating a stunning routine maze by the sea. We know why houses are getting smaller, and it seems right to say that sometimes […]

Ball-Shaped Pendant Lamp Made of 150 Single Tea-Lights: Elaine by Daniel Becker

Lighting series Elaine is based on a one-off, which Daniel Becker developed during his studies at Braunschweig University of Art under the topic „Readymade“. It was a ball-shaped pendant lamp consisting of about 150 single tea-lights with built in miniature light bulbs. The inspiration for the design arouse from the shapes the earliest satellites had, […]

Narrow House Design Cleverly Adapted to Its Site in Melbourne, Australia

Challenged by the intricacies and opportunities of a small site in Melbourne, Australia, Inglis Architects came up with a clever narrow house design for project Fairbairn Road Residence. Masonry, timber and stone are the main materials employed for the exterior finishes, “whether through brick perforated screens, steel cantilevers or custom timber claddings”. By layering up […]

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