Despite the pandemic, happy (Virtual) Pride! Companies, architects and designers suggest the business can do more in advocating for the LGBT+ community’s battles.
A cosmic vibe with an underlying brutalist and underground fight-club aesthetic define the ultimate Dubai Warehouse Gym by VSHD Design.
From Noma’s garden-restaurant to a cat cafe in Guangzhou but also a Japanese glass wedding chapel and a desert canyon-inspired library in Qatar. INSIDE 2019 shortlist celebrates the best of interior design worldwide.
What if our living environment was functionally determined by our mood? Truly Truly merges the kitchen with the living room, the bathroom with the lounge area, redefining our way to feel at home.
Surface magazine celebrates its 25 anniversary with David Rockwell and pays homage to an American icon we all have watched in movies: the Diner.
Contrast of materials, light-filled spaces and contemporary interiors. The Island Mirage villa by Marià Castelló Architecture blends with Formentera natural landscape.
Glowing walking wardrobes, bright smart-working spaces and ‘starry’ relaxing interiors. At IMM Cologne 2018, Lucie Koldova’s DAS HAUS installation explores contemporary lifestyles throughout light.
Studio MK27 designs the interiors of a Sao Paulo penthouse featuring a giant wooden shelving, Brazilian, Scandinavian and Italian furniture… and a panoramic view on the city.
Can a building be light, transparent and luminous but also provide privacy and offer a 180° panorama? Golf House by Luciano Kruk achieves that by overlapping concrete volumes with glass walls.
Studio Janréji and Lemoal & Lemoal re-design the interiors of the famous Moulin de la Galette in Paris: brutalist concrete meet velvet and wooden paneling to welcome guests into the windmill restaurant loved by Renoir, Toulouse Lautrec and Dalida.
Felipe Assadi designed a concrete house and a painter’s atelier partially submerged by a sloping landscape on the Chilean coast.