Fashion’s obsession with all things dark and gothic has begun to hit the living room. For Britt Moran and Emiliano Salci of Dimore Studio, creating sensuous spaces is the result of a harmonious blend of plush and angular, cool and warm, into a reinterpretation of interior design’s distant past and future.
It’s in Manhattan’s East Village sits the Bond Street Loft, designed by creative design firm Axis Mundi. Be it the textured tiles lining the walls, the romance that thrives between the contemporary fixtures and classical, Romanesque pillars or the grey color palette, it’s a space curated with taste in mind.
The fourth edition of Marked is showcasing right now in Genk, Belgium, the work of seven young up-and-coming designers: Cedric Etienne (interior design), Eva Menga (interior design), Delphine Courier (product design), Dimitri Cassiers (furniture design), Els Louwette (jewelry), Frederic Pieck (leather goods) and Noortje De la Haye & Willem Kissembeek (stationery).
This Berlin-based shop takes tea to a whole new level of sophistication. If artisan coffee is establishing its status as London’s drink of choice, it would only be fair if tea were to acquire a similar status on the continent. We are not talking English breakfast tea though, but speciality tea of different flavors and aromas as it’s presented in the beautiful P&T […]
In 1996, Paco Ramos, the owner of Mr Frank, began traveling the world in search of inspiration he could bring to Madrid. Seeking various types of interiors and tastes, Ramos traveled to Switzerland, Belgium, Italy, Greece, the Caribbean Islands, South America, Chicago, New York, Atlanta (among other places).