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Influenced by art deco, DIMORESTUDIO have completed the elegant interior architecture of the "Hotel Saint-Marc",

Maisons La Roche - Jeanneret, Paris (F), 1923 - 1925

World Heritage Corb: next up in our series of the 17 Le Corbusier buildings added to UNESCO's World Heritage List is Maison La Roche-Jeanneret in Paris.

The Casa Horta Spanish architect Guillermo Santoma in Barcelona.

Esprit color block

I've always been a huge fan of pink and green together, and the current trend towards more somber, desaturated colors has put a fresh new spin on this classic combo

Im Laufe der letzten Jahre sind LED-Leuchten sehr beliebt geworden. Sie sind auch echt billig und verbrauchen wenig Strom. Vor allem die LED-Schläuche und Strips sind besonders populär, da man diese überall befestigen kann. Wir haben für Sie wieder 9 geniale Ideen aufgelistet!

sitting various centerpices and other design elements on the shelves. Lighting Ideas: "Glowing Shelf" Effect Using LED Strip and Acrylic - Aurora Lighting

The Gift Hotel – Six N. Five

Minimalist Pastel-Hued Fictional Hotel Fits Right Into A Wes Anderson Movie

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Lagrange12 Luxury Boutique in Turin, Italy by Dimore Studio.

Designed by Dimore Studio, this multi-brand boutique in Turin, Italy, sprawls across two floors to serve up nothing but pure shopping and sensory pleasure.

Kartause Ittingen is a former Charterhouse (Carthusian monastery) in the countryside near Warth, 6km south of Stein-am-Rhein. From 1461-1868, the old buildings were home to a community of 12-15 Carthusian monks; recently restored after decades of neglect. The complex today houses the Ittinger Museum which sheds light on the life of the Carthusian order. The monks lived a life of extreme austerity, taking all meals except Sunday lunch alone in their cell, having each day divided into strict…

inside kartause ittingen, a former monastery in switzerland turned hotel. the red wall of harald f müller reflects on the white staircase.

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Anticipating the Antipodean odds in our upcoming edition hospitality tome Night Fever 5 - News - Frameweb

Decorative lobby hall with subway tiles shaped within arches

The iconic Torre de Madrid, designed by architect brothers Julián and José María Otamendi Machimbarrena, was thought to be the tallest concrete building in the world for a while and has cut an impressive figure against the cityscape since

Parat im Eifflerwerk

Image 4 of 11 from gallery of Office Mindmatters / PARAT. Photograph by Andreas Meichsner