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Through Kingston Lafferty Design studios’ work, they create spaces with feeling, meaning, and character. Spaces where beauty can be appreciated but the realities of everyday life are facilitated. They build brands and modern design graphics to enhance spaces and further impact the overall experience, and that is exactly what occurred in their newest restaurant design in Dublin: The Cinnamon Restaurant. Inspiration and Ideas had got you covered and is about to give you all the inside scoop of this incredible luxury restaurant that is incredibly Instagram worthy.

The restaurant design is almost theatrical – simple shapes become building blocks and buttons to play with, while differing textures encourage touch that draws users to engage with space. This luxury restaurant invites its visitors to become characters in a story. Upon stepping into the pink and maroon dipped room, they experience their environment in fun and unexpected ways, cementing KLD’s success in encouraging us to think differently about this restaurant design.

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KLD’s interior design philosophy is grounded in an appreciation for how people live and work. These observations became the foundation for this restaurant design, ensuring those who engage with space may find both meaning and beauty in their encounters. Movement throughout the interior is guided by deep maroon floors which are periodically sliced open by dusty blue circular tiles. This pastiche of color becomes the runway that leads guests into each different microenvironment existing alongside one another.

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Four-meter ceilings tower over users as bright sunlight crawls over all surfaces of the entrance. Soft leather couches bend around cozy seating arrangements – the perfect place to wake up slowly with direct sun on a Sunday morning. Suddenly, and as if entering a different contemporary restaurant, 10 steps down the corridor warm sunlight gives way to the moody glow of a hanging pendant. Definitely a restaurant design for pink lovers!

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An intimate velvet-covered seat wraps itself around a space carved out of the side of a wall, a setting with ample amounts of personality and drama. Each pocket of space, created by the injection of a new mezzanine, takes on a different and playful personality which facilitates the unique desires of individual customers – human experience clearly the main focus of the restaurant design scheme.

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Bespoke light fixtures become oversized lollipops glowing throughout the room. A wall of circular mirrors capture the light before reflecting it onto adjacent high-gloss surfaces – customers sitting beside them encouraged to watch as they shimmer before them. There is experimentation with scale too. The main entrance deliberately maintains a double-height wall while the additional bar was designed as an oversized element that makes visitors feel miniature with “a dollhouse effect”.

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In order to break away from the chichés of what a luxury design entails, Patricia Bustos Studio created a bathroom design where neon dreams reign supreme. Metanoia is a “retreat”, a stairway to a utopian world where inner peace and connection with our environs are the true paths of conversion.

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Madrid-based Patricia Bustos Studio has unveiled Metanoia, a utopian bathroom design described by Patricia Bustos as a “temple for the body and soul”. The installation challenges the paradigms surrounding luxury design, smashing through clichés, and stereotypes to create a deeply conceptual space.

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It is all pretty wild, however, the visual drama is counterbalanced by its ability to evoke deep relaxation. Metanoia becomes a physical manifestation of what we imagine it would feel like to be a part of a drifting cloud. A super high tech, futuristic cloud, that is. There is a dreamlike, almost surreal quality to this bathroom design. Guests, while confronted with all the colour and shape of a kaleidoscope, are also strangely lulled into a sense of deep calm. The chaotic zigzagging face of the entry walls represents the overstimulation experienced in the contemporary world. Metanoia, therefore, unfolds in a cave-like “retreat” which is completely constructed around the sensory experience. Patricia Bustos’ aim is that guests can fully immerse themselves in quiet contemplation away from the distractions of the outside world.

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White fur-clad curving walls wrap around the interior like a warm hug. Glass prisms adorn the walls and guard the steps up to the shower, radiating the intense colour and glow of a burning orange sunset. The bathroom design is dotted with contradictions and complexities, which grouped together, generate an unexpected and joyful experience. There is a sense of balance, as moments of overwhelming colour are met with neutrality, and instances of boldness are paired back with simplicity.

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US studio S3 Architecture worked with luxury carmaker Aston Martin‘s architectural design service to create Sylvan Rock, an angular black-cedar home in Hudson Valley, New York. With building works set to start in early 2021, Sylvan Rock by S3 Architecture will be the first property to be fully realised under Aston Martin’s Automotive Galleries and Lairs service, which launched last year.

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The service sees the luxury car brand team up with architectural studios across the world to design bespoke spaces where its clients can show off their most cherished motors.

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Sylvan Rock will be situated two hours away from Manhattan, hidden amongst a 55-acre plot of forested land in Hudson Valley that will allow inhabitants to “reconnect with nature”.

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A sweeping driveway that spans 2,000 feet (609 metres) will lead up to the front door of the house. The facade will be composed of expansive panels of glazing and blackened cedar. Its dark metal roof will be faceted to emulate the jagged shape of surrounding rock formations, at one point dramatically dipping downwards to form a covered entryway.

When designing, we always let the land speak first and respond to it (…) It’s as if the home is born of and launching from the landscape. The resulting design blends our modernist aesthetic with the privacy and context of the rural location to create a unique luxury experience.

said Christopher Dierig, partner at S3 Architecture.

Cars will be displayed in a subterranean gallery-style room that’s completely enclosed by panels of glass.

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It will look through to a wine lounge where bottles are kept in floor-to-ceiling latticed shelves that subtly nod to the intersecting lines seen in Aston Martin‘s logo. At this level, there will also be an office where the inhabitants can escape to do work without interruption. It will feature a huge window that offers an up-close glimpse of the craggy rocks outdoors.

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From here guests can head upstairs to the ground floor where there will be a kitchen, cosy den, dining room, formal sitting area and an array of other shared living spaces that look out across the home’s decked pool area and verdant landscape.

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Aston Martin – which will be responsible for the home’s interiors – imagines each room to be finished with parquet flooring and rich chocolate-brown storage cabinetry. Marble-topped tables and plush, leather-trimmed soft furnishings will further enhance the opulent feel of the home.

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Elevated views across the treetops and towards the nearby Catskill Mountains will be available up in the first-floor master bedroom, which will cantilever over the house’s ground floor.

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The grounds of Sylvan Rock will additionally accommodate three gabled guest pods that will stagger down a grassy embankment towards a pond. They will enable visiting friends and family to have a sense of privacy when they come to stay but, when not in use, can alternatively serve as a health and fitness space or a quiet area for homeschooling.

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There will also be a small produce garden where fruit and vegetables can be grown, as well as a pitched-roof treehouse where inhabitants or guests can choose to spend a night under the stars, closer to the site’s wildlife.

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Inspiration and Ideas brings you a select guide to the Best Architects Of All Time and their iconic creations. Architecture has always distinguished itself from other art forms because it plays a functional as well as an aesthetic role, offering shelter, of course, but also shaping our daily experiences.

Antoni Gaudí

Gaudí spent his entire career in Barcelona, where he built all of his projects, the most iconic creation being the 1883 cathedral known as La Sagrada Familia, still under construction today. Gaudí’s work would go on to have a tremendous impact on subsequent generations of modernists.

Frank Lloyd Wright

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Wright revolutionized 20th-century architect, and his midwestern upbringing played a crucial role in shaping his sensibility and becoming a staple as one of the best architects of modern times. Inspired by the low-lying building that dotted the American plains, Wright created the Prairie House style as a reaction to the prevailing Victorian aesthetic, which emphasized dark decor, and busy embellishments both inside and out. In its stead, Wright employed clean geometries with an emphasis on horizontal planes. Later in his career, Wright would embrace curvilinear elements, a shift that found its most celebrated expression in the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.

Mies Van der Rohe

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Famously holding to the proposition that “less is more,” German architect Mies Van der Rohe stripped architecture to elemental geometric forms, pointing the way to Minimalism. He banished all traces of ornamentation, using the innate qualities of materials such as steel and plate glass to define the look of his buildings. One of his most iconic creations is the Seagram’s tower in New York.

Richard Rogers

Pompidou Center

When the Pompidou Center first opened in 1977, it was considered the epitome of a trend at the time known variously as High Tech and Structural Expressionism. British architect Richard Rogers was a leading proponent of the style. This building, designed as Paris’s central institution for Modern and contemporary art, suggests a structure turning inside out, with its heating and plumbing systems worn as the facade—which also features a glass-enclosed outdoor escalator climbing the height of the building.

Frank Gehry

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This West Coast architect is undoubtedly one of the best architects in the world right now, thanks to his 1997 design for the Guggenheim Museum branch in Bilbao, Spain. Though Gehry was already well-established in his field as the auteur billowing forms that seem to defy gravity and the logic of conventional construction methods, The Guggenheim Bilbao remains the finest example of his iconic work.

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Norman Foster

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A fan of Frank Lloyd Wright, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, and Le Corbusier, British architect Norman Foster worked early in career as an associate of Buckminster Fuller, the noted visionary and inventor of the geodesic dome. The latter’s tessellated pattern of triangular forms must have made an impression on the young Foster since his most iconic creations feature similar surface treatments for their facades, The Gherkin, a commercial skyscraper in London’s financial district that opened in 2004.

Santiago Calatrava

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The work of this Spanish architect has been described as Neofuturist, although sci-fi baroque might be closer to describing it. His buildings often resemble the ribcages of extinct robotic dinosaurs, if such things existed. His projects definitely attracted worldwide attention—and garnered a reputation for massive cost overruns. Nonetheless, there’s no denying that Calatrava is one of the best architects working today, as his most iconic creation—the Transit Hub for the World Trade Center—attests.

Zaha Hadid

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One of the few women to have risen to the level of starchitect—and the first ever to win architecture’s version of the Oscar, the Pritzker PrizeZaha Hadid was known for futuristic designs that employed curving, swooping lines more suitable for UFOs than buildings. Though she built extensively around the world, she has only one completed project—a luxury condo in Chelsea—in New York City.

Oscar Niemeyer

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The Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer was one of the key figures in the development of the midcentury modernist design. Anticipating the work of Frank Gehry and Zaha Hadid, Niemeyer employed bold curvilinear forms at a time when the boxy International Style reigned and Mies Van der Rohe’s proposition that “less is more” was the mantra of the architectural field. Niemeyer was part of the design team behind the U.N. Building in New York City, but his most famous creation was undoubtedly the civic buildings for Brasília, the planned city that has served as Brazil’s capital since 1960.

Rem Koolhaas

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Born in Rotterdam in 1945, Rem Koolhaas is one of the best architects of his generation, not only as a building designer but also as an architectural theorist. He is best known for the massive Central China Television Headquarters in Beijing, China, a 44-story möbius-strip of a structure that appears to loop in on itself (the locals refer to it as “big boxer shorts”).

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SPACEPORT CITY es un nuevo tipo de centro de transporte dedicado principalmente para viajes espaciales, iniciado y lanzado por Space Port Japan Association (SPJ), dentsu, canaria y noiz. Conecta los medios de transporte tradicionales con la operación comercial del transbordador espacial, pero también abarca todas las funciones asociadas con el descubrimiento del espacio y su aprendizaje. Desde desfiles de moda espaciales hasta conferencias internacionales, la mayoría de los eventos, investigaciones y negocios relacionados con el espacio se realizarán dentro de sus instalaciones.

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El diseño de SPACEPORT CITY se basa en crear continuidad, al tiempo que conserva la identidad de cada elemento. Cada función está encerrada dentro de un volumen esférico separado, y un gran techo cubierto con paneles solares cinéticos está “flotando” sobre estos edificios, cubriendo también dos niveles de grandes plazas, uno a nivel de salidas y otro a nivel de llegadas.
El paisaje ondulado del techo permite crear patios, jardines al aire libre e incluso tierras de cultivo en varias escalas, al tiempo que proporciona un espacio público cubierto para las personas y otros medios de movilidad personal. La planta baja está dedicada al espacio técnico, el manejo de cajas, las oficinas administrativas y el sótano para la estación de tren y otros espacios de transporte. Todo el edificio compone un pequeño ecosistema con transporte inteligente interno: autos autónomos, trenes autónomos y scooters eléctricos. No solo los empleados y visitantes, sino también cualquier artículo y objeto en este edificio pueden ser vistos y transportados rápidamente a cualquier parte de este complejo.
Hay dos puntos de acceso externos: carriles para dejar y recoger cerca del área de seguridad del puerto espacial y otro área para dejar directamente conectada a un gran acceso de estacionamiento designado principalmente para los visitantes del programa de entretenimiento. Todo el complejo se divide según los requisitos de seguridad, lo que garantiza la máxima seguridad sin crear demasiadas obstrucciones visuales, p. Algunas instituciones están conectadas a través de puentes aéreos solo en los pisos designados.
Las familias y los equipos de seguidores de los pasajeros espaciales podrán reunirse y ver la salida y el aterrizaje desde los salones en los pisos superiores de cada muelle. Un diseño dinámico de muelles emerge del volumen principal del edificio, lo que hace que se celebre el viaje especial que espera. El complejo orgánico empaquetado dentro de un disco circular a escala de ciudad forma una magnífica quinta fachada, haciendo que el puerto espacial sea reconocible desde muy lejos del espacio.

Year: 2020

Category: architecture

Status: Proposal

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Collaborator: Architectural Design : noiz / Project Planning : Space Port Japan Association, dentsu, canaria and noiz

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Throughout his entire minimalist love when it comes to interior design, Vincenzo De Cotiis designer another masterpiece right in the heart of sunny Tuscany. This entire interior design project features a few of his modern design creations and Inspiration and Ideas is about to lead you on a journey inside of a luxury home and you will never want to leave!

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With his minimalist flair, Vincenzo de Cotiis has added a contemplative contemporary design layer to the lived-in walls of an 18th-century Tuscan villa. With his signature merging of modernity and the monastic not only on the modern interior design ideas but on the art furniture as well, the Italian architect and artist Vincenzo de Cotiis has refreshed the early-18th century villa, transforming it from decaying grandeur to a softly luminous 21st-century vision of raw romance.

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“I had been in lockdown for two months. I was isolating between my home and my studio in Milan, and was always with my wife, Claudia Rose. Luckily, creativity can’t be stopped by the lockdown and I was focused more than ever on my new projects and ideas” says Vincenzo De Cotiis.

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Part of the appeal of the sweeping four-story escape lies in its solid and reassuring embrace of natural materials. De Cotiis has intuitively balanced their old-as-time allure with handcrafted contemporary pieces that look boldly futuristic but are informed by Italian design traditions. The designer maintains true to his taste but always following the current interior design trends and that is how his big luxury design creations come to life and do the wonders of those that step inside of them.

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“I’m constantly thinking about how to improve interiors. I believe that good design helps us live better. It’s a reflection of who we are. Going forward, it will be a challenging time for the field of design and I can imagine that a highly selective market will leave only unique creators who have something valuable to say standing” says Vincenzo De Cotiis.

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When it comes to design inspirations, Boca do Lobo is keen on making your luxury home feel like the most welcoming and trendiest place. For over 15 years, top interior designers have collaborated with the design brand, and together, they elevated interior design as we know. Today, Inspiration and Ideas brings to you, the most iconic projects from all over the world, that for the last 15 years, have been doing the wonders of luxury design.

Casa Décor Madrid | Pepe Leal

For Pepe Leal, interior design is a way to solve a space, and the way to solve it is what distinguishes different decorators. He considers himself more an artist than an interior designer since the facet that interests him most of his profession is to move volumes and objects creating sensations.

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Classic Meets Traditional Residence | Rafael de Cárdenas

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Located in the city of Design, London, Rafael De Cárdenas elevated the contemporary design to the next level with Glebe Place Residence, by mixing novel styles, gathering together such dissimilar traditional Portuguese pieces and modern design. Still, the distinguished and top interior designer guarantees the most harmonious environments with this ambitious interior project design.

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Contemporary House in Aspen | Sara Story Design

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With contemporary interior design by Sara Story, this modern residence, the Aspen house, with Greystone floors, Venetian plaster walls and blackened steel throughout generates the perfect setting to appreciate the remarkable mountain views. The astonishing art collection mixed with vintage and modern furniture creates playful yet striking interiors.

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Luxury East House | Brendan Wong Design

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Interior designer Brendan Wong has more than 20 years of experience in the art of creating stunning designs and luxury interiors. As summer is getting closer, we have the perfect project by this top interior designer to inspire you. We’re talking about the Luxury East House by Brendan Wong Design– a summer design inspiration where neutral colors thrive and the green emerald details give life to the entire ambiance.

Palais FG Palace | Denis Kosutic

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This special interior design project reflects the essence of Denis Košutić’s work, which can be seen as an anti-traditional perception of the role of architecture in the modern world. For this interior designer and architect, architecture is a subject of consumptions, instead of a monument for eternity. According to this, Denis redesigned a baroque Austrian Palace, giving it a modern approach. Boca do Lobo was part of the project, providing this interior designer, luxury furniture and sculptural pieces that served as an independent and strong character in the theatre play.

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Bulgari Hotel Beijin

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The Bulgari Hotel Beijing adds a new jewel to The Bulgari Hotels & Resorts luxury hospitality collection. Referred to as an “urban resort”, the property is located in the heart of China’s capital city. Blending art with nature, the Hotel is situated adjacent to the Genesis Art Foundation and surrounded by lush, sculpted gardens.

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When you think about traveling, maybe you wanna save that luxury lifestyle experience for next year or a couple of months ahead of you but Inspiration and Ideas discovered the five most expensive vacation spots in the world. Ready to plan your next luxury vacation?

Penthouse Apartment in Hotel Georges V. Paris, France

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The luxury Hotel Georges V. is one of the most renowned hotels in France. What makes its penthouse apartment so special? The supreme view of the City of Lights! Located on one of the most unique destinations in the world, the penthouse is also one of the most expensive vacation spots and it is ideal for photoshoots and romantic gestures.

Hilltop Villa at the Laucala Island Resort, Laucala Island, Fiji 

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One of the most expensive vacation spots in the world, the Hilltop Villa at the Laucala Island Resort offers secluded luxury serenity away from civilization. Situated in the opulent green hills of Laucala Island, this luxury resort is totally unique and exclusive. The panoramic views of the adjacent landscape and the exceptional atmosphere of this elite villa are what make it one of the best expensive vacation spots on the planet.

Necker Island, Caribbean

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Sun, beach, and peace of mind: equipped with multiple water sports activities, this is the ideal location for a beach vacation. Explore the wildlife on this lush green island and enjoy the serenity in one of the most expensive vacation spots in the world!

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Royal Penthouse at the President Wilson Hotel, Geneva 

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The Royal Penthouse at the President Wilson Hotel in Geneva is one of the most expensive vacation spots and hotel suite in the world. Stretched on the entire top floor of the modern hotel, the penthouse comes with remarkable panoramic views of Lake Geneva and the Alps over Lac Leman. On clear nights during summer and winter, it is the perfect spot for star-watching. The suite features 12 luxury bedrooms, Jacuzzis facing the lake, fitness center, and a colossal dining area. The perfect spot for a luxury lifestyle!

Suite 5000 at the Mandarin Oriental, NYC 

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Placed on the 50th floor at the Mandarin Oriental, Suite 5000 is supremely exclusive and one of the most expensive vacation spots in North America. Inside one of the luxury hotels in New York, the walls are adorned with NYC-inspired art, and the luxury suite is stock with music records that goes back to the NY music scene in the 1930s.

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Convertir la cotidianidad en pura tendencia. Lo han conseguido el ilustrador Abe the Ape y el fotógrafo  Manu Toro al diseñar un manual visual para los nuevos envases de Pepsi Max, la bebida zero de Pepsi. De esta manera la firma se une a la tendencia creciente de asociarse a artistas y creadores que impriman su personalidad en la comunicación de sus productos

Esta es una campaña dirigida a la reina de las redes, Instagram, de la que me confieso adicta (podéis seguirme en @teresaherreroliving)  y dos creativos que navegan en ella como delfines.  Desde luego, Instagram es la mejor ventana para lanzar un nuevo envase a la medida de influencers y foodies y ellos Abe the Ape y Manu Toro lo han bordado. El ilustrador y el fotógrafo (de los que me declaro súper fan) no podían defraudar en absoluto. Ellos han sido capaces de inventarse un lenguaje visual inspirándose en los envases, con una personal línea línea gráfica. Y de ahí han nacido dos ilustraciones Arty y dos fotos oníricas y con un marcado estilo pop, que descubren cómo sería ‘La comida más instagrameable’ y ‘La cena más cool’ .

“Mi idea era mostrar tanto la lata como la botella de Pepsi MAX de manera conceptual. Para ello, imaginé un mantel de cuadrículas sobre el que colocar una serie de alimentos dibujados en un estilo #MidCenturyModern’ y representando alimentos típicos de la ‘Generación Z’ que van desde las pastas y las ensaladas, hasta el ramen y los pokes”.

Abraham Menéndez (Abe the Ape) , ilustrador, ceramista y personaje locuaz y crítico y comedor de Risketos

Un divertido viaje en el que ilustración y fotografía van de la mano por la senda de lo cotidiano. Porque las dos imágenes que han montado los dos  creativos y que firma Manu Toro escenifican lo que, sin duda, ya tiene garantizado una avalancha de likes. Queda clarísimo que estos eclécticos ejercicios visuales elevan al podio de mesa de autor el almuerzo y la cena de cada día. “La inspiración para recrear estos momentos de disfrute de Pepsi MAX, parte de los conceptos ilustrados por ‘Abe The Ape’ y los hace físicos a través de instalaciones abstractas que reflejan ese momento de sentarse a la mesa”, afirma el fotógrafo.

¿Y esto está al alcance de cualquiera? El osado Abraham dice que sí y  hasta ha dado unos tips para lograrlo: mezclar vajillas, formas y texturas, añadir unos toques de color con los alimentos, agitar hasta que surja algo muy personal, acertar con el ángulo y la toma… ¡y a triunfar en Instagram!

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La entrada La comida más instagrameable y la cena más cool por Abe the Ape y Manu Toro: un tour por cuatro mesas de autor se publicó primero en teresaherreroliving.com.

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James Aman and John Meeks designed a space where their imagination could spread its wings and fly over the roof. The presence of art furniture and modern sculptures completely reigns in this luxury home and Inspiration and Ideas is about the give you all the inside scoop of this contemporary design.

A Jacques Le Bescond sculpture in the front garden.
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In the living room, the Ginkgo chair is by Claude Lalanne, and a 1960s cut-glass console is topped with Robert Lee Morris brass sculptures and a framed Yoshitomo Nara artwork. On the antique Chinese cocktail table is a Georg Jensen vase and a silver bowl by Jean Després. The vintage brass wall mirror is Italian.
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The banquettes and benches are customs, the hand chair is by Pedro Friedeberg, and the inlaid lacquered cocktail tables are Chinese. The pendants are by Issey Miyake, the ceiling is covered in a Gracie paper, and the custom rug is by Stark. The artworks are by (from left) Rob Wynne, Alex Katz, and Ai Weiwei.

Over the past decades, the ELLE Decor A-List design duo’s clientele has predominantly consisted of art collectors, including the owners of this Palm Beach vacation house. The Washington, D.C.–based couple, who had hired the duo to design their city house, explained that they were looking for luxurious, timeless interiors in Palm Beach that wouldn’t compete with their Ai Weiwei paintings and Jeff Koons modern art sculpture.

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The antique Chinese cocktail table holds a Georg Jensen vase and a silver bowl by Jean Després.
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The table and chairs are by Crate & Barrel, and the sculpture is by Desire Obtain Cherish (aka Jonathan Paul). The artworks on the wall are by Donald Baechler.

“Our old house was traditional in an old Florida sense, with lots of chintzes. We were ready for something different—an elegant beach house” says the wife, who loves throwing cocktail parties and dinners with her husband, a real estate developer.

Decor that was elegant, while also amenable to colorful abstract works, muddy footprints, and spilled drinks, was a tall order, but one to which the designers happily rose for this luxury home. Following the latest interior design ideas, Aman and Meeks employed their signature restrained, neutrals-oriented palette throughout the home decor.

 

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An abstract painting by Eddie Martinez is offset by a custom sofa in a Holland & Sherry Ultrasuede and a 1960s side table from Gaspare Asaro. Custom vinyl sisal rug, Stark.
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A Jay Spectre brass chair is upholstered in a Larsen fabric, the lamp is vintage, and the painting is by Valerio Adami.
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The ­lacquer-and–silver leaf four-poster is custom, the sofa and chair are from the 1970s, and the floor lamp is Art Deco; the artworks are by David Hockney.

He and Aman began by creating a better flow in the house’s public spaces. You enter into a foyer gallery facing the expansive living room, with a dining room, kitchen, and family room radiating off to the sides. Serenity reigns in this luxury home due to its calming and soft hues but also due to the artist’s side that the designers picked for this luxury interior. The clients feel at home and eager to come back anytime they leave.

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A Hubert Le Gall mirror hangs on the wall; the sink fittings are by Waterworks. The soap dish is from Tiffany & Co., the wallpaper is by Maya Romanoff, and the beaded-crystal pendant originally belonged to Eleanor Roosevelt.
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John Meeks (left) and James Aman.
Source: Elle Decor
Photography: Douglas Friedman

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