From 10 to 11 November will take place in New York the fair Boutique Design New York.
Boutique Design New York (BDNY), now in its fourth year, presents more than 325 unique and innovative exhibitors of furniture, lighting, wall coverings, fabric, seating, accessories, artwork, carpet and flooring, materials, bath and spa for hospitality. BDNY attracts 5,000 designers, architects, purchasing executives and developers, in addition to hotel owners and operators already attending the adjacent International Hotel, Motel + Restaurant Show.
One of the events at the show is “How to design an award winning hotel”, a secret we would love to be unveiled! So we found some tips on How to design an award winning hotel. One of the tips is for sure follow the trends in Hotel Interior design.
Lobbies envisioned as dynamic multi-use spaces
The importance of entrance lobbies is growing, as social encounters become more and more dependent on this particular hotel area. With the new business traveling trend, hotel lobbies should provide a multi-use space for casual as well as formal talks, working on laptops, plugging in various devices. This means a simple sofa-coffee table arrangement won’t cut it.
Read the full article here.
The Formala lamp is designed by Italian designer Luta Bettonica for the Milan based renowned company Cini&Nils. This Flexible LED lamp gives you the opportunity to create infinite shapes of light, like straight lines, curved, symmetric or asymmetric.
Everyone has their own style on how they want their house and interior design to look like, wether it’s classical, contemporary or modern.
Here’s a top 10 list of living rooms which have been amazingly designed and decorated for all sorts of house sizes.
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This is not your avarage sneaker store, infact a lot of sneaker stores don’t do much about the decoration, until now.
This Polish sneaker store located in Poznan has been thinking outside the box, the shoe box that is. They’ve created a very cool rainbow effect going through the store with different colored shoe laces.
The store was designed by mode:lina architekci – Jerzy Woźniak & Paweł Garus (founders and partners at mode:lina) with Kinga Kin and Agnieszka Owsiany as design team.
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Architect Oded Halaf designed this penthouse apartment filled with art pieces located in Margosa Street, Old Jaffa, Israel.
Swedish architectural firm pS Arkitektur has recently renovated the office of HSB, Sweden’s largest housing cooperative.
Talking about expensive homes, here is a great fit for them, an historical, classic clock with a modern flair created byBoca do Lobo Design Studio, ideal for the most luxurious interior design projects.
A clock went from generation to generation and whose pendulum has swung again and again. Its story began at the time of the Kings, when a believer jeweler decided to build a clock that counted every second of life.
See more details at www.themostexpensivehomes.com
We still fondly remember Smeg with mushy memories of the Fiat 500 mimicking mini-refrigerator. And, now the Italian appliance manufacturer is back with a bling! Already known for their retro styled refrigerators, this time around the company has unveiled the Gold Retro FAB280R.