The Inside World Festival of Interiors 2023 shortlist features a terrace restaurant in Istanbul, the new V&A Photography Centre in London, and a furniture showroom in a former textile warehouse in Beijing.
From Richard Neutra’s mid-century modern Kauffman House in Palm Springs to purposely wrong proportions, fake pools and oversized lipsticks. In Barbie set design, there’s much more beyond pink.
Arches and stair-wells carpeted in a gradient of rainbow hues define Jaipur Rugs’ Dubai flagship store designed by Pallavi Dean of studio ROAR.
Pierre Yovanovitch’s Rigoletto set design features curved walls which gradually move into a tighter circle as the story unfolds.
Hitzig Militello Architects plays with moody lighting and dark metal sheets for the Burger 7167 restaurant in Buenos Aires.
Jonas Bohlin and Christine Ingridsdotter created Underbar, a temporary and 100% circular bar where every element and material from furniture to walls, lamps, and ceiling will have a second life after the fair.
Textured poetries in abstract paper compositions, matte splashes, and stripey cushions inspired by Texas’ craft markets. Check what we liked the most at Paris Déco Off 2023, the so-called ‘fashion week for interior design.’
At the Pingtan Book House by Condition_Lab, kids can read and play at the same time. The project draws on a typology of traditional Dong Houses and is primarily composed of two interwoven spiral staircases.
Curving geometries and kaleidoscopic interiors define MEV Cabine, the eclectic refuge in the woods that Studio Jean Verville has created for ‘two admirable eccentrics’.
A sky in a room, contemporary terrazzo-style tiles, and Moroccan inspirations… Check what we liked the most at Cersaie 2022, the leading international fair for ceramic design in Bologna, Italy.
From Carrie Bradshaw’s NYC studio to MadMen’s apartment and The Simpson’s house, Iñaki Aliste Lizarralde designs some of the most famous TV series’ floor plans.
For the EGEO greek restaurant in Valencia, Masquespacio sought to represent the essence of classical Greek architecture with a contemporary twist.
The ‘Moshu Tree House’ restaurant and bakery welcomes guests in a post-industrial interior design taken over by vegetation.
A retro-futuristic Frank Lloyd Wright, an Edward Hopper’s carnival and the sharp contrasts of German Expressionism inspired the product designers competing for an Oscar at the 2022 Academy Awards.
In Amsterdam, i29 has created the interior design of the first dental clinic of the Dentista chain. Natural wood, abundant greenery and an open plan layout make patients feel at ease.
A flexible ‘sliding cabin’ opening to the countryside and the first sustainable house 3D-printed from raw earth feature in our 2021 Best Homes round up.
A photo essay portraying the ominous interiors of the Stasi headquarters and a Beijing store inspired by digital shopping experiences feature in our ‘2021 best interior design’ round up.
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CUN Design created the interiors of Qpokee’s flagship store in the Chinese capital blurring the lines between the physical and digital shopping experience.
Squeezed between two buildings on a very narrow plot, the ‘House on Bagattenstraat’ provides a generous and spacious family home.
Atelier tao+c conceived and created the interior design of the Capsule Hostel and Bookstore in Qinglongwu, China, as “a building inside a building.” The project has been named the World Interior of the Year for 2021.
Craftsmanship, childhood memories and earthy tones. Nature and human-centred surface design strives at the post-Covid 19 Cersaie 2021, the world’s leading international exhibition of ceramic tile and bathroom furnishings.
Cersaie 2021: Polychromatic spheres, cylinders, cones, cubes and prisms blend together at the INFINITE MAJESTY installation by Masquespacio for Roca Tiles.
Minimal interiors contrast and dialogue with a sinuous ceiling and a bold facade at the Banu restaurant by Studio Link-Arc in Zhengzhou.
A welcoming green space, pink alcoves and a blue pool-hued zone for underwater-like dinners. Masquespacio’s interiors for the new BUN restaurant in Turin invite for a chromatic burger experience.
German photographer David Altrath has captured the perfectly preserved interiors of the Stasi Headquarters in Berlin, now a museum, memorial and research centre ‘against the sleep of reason’.
The Swedish Studio has sliced and dislocated the building to ’double’ its volume. The ‘House of Many Courtyards’ has the appearance of a series of individual boxes; in reality, it is one interior connected via a 40-metre-long, end-to-end, central corridor overlooking multiple courtyards.
Splashes of colour in Amsterdam palazzos, queer culture aesthetics and brutalist gyms feature in our ‘2020 best interior design’ round up.
The pandemic has forced us to think hard and get creative to convert our homes from anti-pandemic prisons to friendlier, even productive living spaces. For the RELATED STORIES project, JPAG studio has created colorful billboards placed outside of Beirut apartments and short videos narrating the physical and emotional change each home has undergone.
The new Rose-Mary cafe and co-working spaces by YOVAYAGER in the Ukrainian capital blends the venue’s industrial heritage with four architectural styles from Gothic to Constructivism.