Far away from the luxury Prada and Miu Miu stores he designed all around the world, architect Roberto Baciocchi lives in an ancient house acquired in 80’s, located in Arezzo, Italy. Most walls and ceilings dating from 18th century have been preserved, sometimes with traditional process dating back to antiquity.
Dig Inn is a Boston restaurant conceived by ASH NYC. It’s the first time the chain has left New York and the new space is light-filled, bright and organic. Featuring pink accents and covered with marble, there are also concrete floors and white brick walls offering a more industrial feel.
Quiet Town is a proud Made in Brooklyn bathroom accessories label inspired by sunshine and beach life. The concept is to bring pleasure into usually mundane shopping for bathroom accessories –
Casa Flora holiday flat by Diego Paccagnella epitomizes traditional Venice. In collaboration with interior designer, Laura Sari from Reveria and architect, Matteo Ghidoni, the boutique apartment is divided into two spaces – the social and living one.
Hotel Barcelo Torre de Madrid is a modernist pearl. Designed by Jaime Hayon, it’s a nod to Spanish cultural heritage. Located between Calle Princesa and Gran Vía, the 256-room hotel features an eclectic mix of Arabic and Moorish details.
Nanan French patisserie in Wroclaw is the recent creation of a local BUCK.STUDIO. Delicacies and cakes are not the only sweet element inside this millennial pink-themed bakery. Walls are covered with velvet plush, while marble tables and gold, retro lamps give a 50s feel to the interior.
B&B Autor Room is a new holiday accommodation concept bringing the best of Polish design. Built with the help of creatives from across different disciplines and designed by Mamastudio, all four rooms display local craft and culture.