interiors

bluarch nightclubs: these are a few of my favourite things

New York based and multi-award winning bluarch architecture + interiors + lighting was founded in 2004 by Antonio di Oronzo. Known for both their architecture and interiors, I want to take a minute to look at the fabulous nightclubs and lounges they have created across the U.S. because they are most definitely among some of my favourite things. What sets the nightclubs and lounges of...

A private sanctuary…

Commissioned to create a private sanctuary within a suburban property located in one of Melbourne's leafy inner city suburbs. BG Architecture created a home discretely spanning five levels embracing a strong sustainability standpoint. The organic forms, textures and curved iron-bark balcony deliver undeniable natural beauty. The raw concrete walls formed on Oregon boards transforms in texture and hue throughout the day whist the elegant interior...

Jamie Bush.. a life of cocktails

With his foot firmly in the camp of Mid-Century Modern, but with his eye set to the future, Los Angeles based designer, Jamie Bush, had developed a following of clients that are attracted to his talent for mixing styles and textures to create warm and liveable spaces. With typically Mid-Century furniture arrangements, Bush’s interiors conjure up a more gentile pace of life of cocktails, afternoons...

Where the hipsters stay and play …. QT Sydney

Inspired by an energetic collection of original artworks and cutting edge graphics, Nic Graham and Shelley Indyk are the local design talent for the hippest hotel, opening the QT Sydney. Graham and Indyk have teamed up to deliver a plethora of stunning architectural features and interior design in the public spaces and guest rooms of QT Sydney. With Graham’s attention to detail and Indyk’s post-modernism...

high altitude

Located in Spain at 159 meters altitude, under blue skies the building appears calm and serene. Just like a path or road which comes to a dead end, the land becomes rippled before turning into a staircase which leads you down to the lower bridge connecting the house to the beautiful terrain. The living areas are enclosed by a single large window frame capturing the...

life in mono with Joseph Dirand

Parisian architect Joseph Dirand has been designing for around 15years from age 23 when he was commissioned for his first hotel which was his introduction to the hospitality business. Little by little, the studio expanded taking on more diverse endeavors. Since then he has been in demand with his studio that he refers to as an "traditional Parisian artisan studio", which has been gaining commissions and...

“Devilish Details”

As any designer will attest: the devil is in the detail. I am sure then that Chicago and New York-based Kara Mann must be a friend of the devil, such is her understanding of detail in her utterly sexy interiors. Noted for her ability to manipulate textures and play on traditional forms to produce spaces that are wonders for the eye to feast upon, Mann...

Hooray 4 Hollywood !

Steve Herman a name synonymous with the Hollywood A list and the Forbes top 10 rich list. His innovative and imaginative designs have earned him an enviable clientele. Completely self taught ..... that's right self taught. Steve is actively competing on the international stage competing against some of the most celebrated designers of our time.  On this project the Glass Pavilion Herman clearly taking his...

setting the stage with Miles Redd

It is easy to fill a room with a lot of things. What is not so easy is to fill a room with a lot of nice things. Harder still, is the ability to make them all look good and form a narrative within a space. New York-based Miles Redd is one such interior designer who can manage just that. With a background in set...

James Choate “reflecting nature”

James Choate based in Atlanta with projects based throughout the United States designs homes that reflects the nature of the site, elevating the lives of the inhabitants. Choate looks to create unique places by exploring the possibilities that exist from within the materials being used, geometry and crafted details. This modern house, "the house near Savanna" sits on a narrow strip of land between a march...