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In interior design, the luxury entryway is the home’s greeting card and what welcomes those who visit it. Contrasting in the colors but converging in the aesthetic and boldness of the pieces, the Entry Gallery shows that details are everything.

Pietra Round By Boca do Lobo

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Playing with function and sculptural form, the Pietra table shapes a timeless experience through its classical aura and finest Estremoz white marble.
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Playing with function and sculptural form, the Pietra table shapes a timeless experience through its classical aura and finest Estremoz white marble.

Covering the entire luxury entryway, on both sides, the iconic and exclusive Heritage Sideboard brings color to an almost monochromatic environment. Composed of carefully hand-painted tiles, this is a design that tells a story, through an ancient Portuguese technic. On the walls, large round mirrors with gold frames, that were specially designed for the client, give the space dimension and the Midas touch that connects everything.

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Heritage Sideboard By Boca do Lobo

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Hand-painted-tiles have gained a privileged place in architecture throughout the centuries. Portugal has adopted them like no other country has and in order to honor the Portuguese hand-painted tiles, Boca do Lobo created Heritage Sideboard. 
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Hand-painted-tiles have gained a privileged place in architecture throughout the centuries. Portugal has adopted them like no other country has and in order to honor the Portuguese hand-painted tiles, Boca do Lobo created Heritage Sideboard. 


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Angra By Boca do Lobo

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Bold yet elegant black and gold sideboard. The sharped body is fully covered in black high gloss, and it gently lies in an unexpected curved golden base conceived from hammered polished brass, inspired by the cliffs of the historical city of Angra do Heroismo in Azores island, Portugal.
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Bold yet elegant black and gold sideboard. The sharped body is fully covered in black high gloss, and it gently lies in an unexpected curved golden base conceived from hammered polished brass, inspired by the cliffs of the historical city of Angra do Heroismo in Azores island, Portugal.

On the end of this large entrance is featured the modern Pietra round table, carved with mastery in white marble, the key element of this space matching the typical french floors. Illuminating the setting, a beautiful white and gold chandelier brings a contemporary design and futuristic touch to the entrance gallery. Isn’t this luxury entryway an absolute dream?

Cubic Sconce By Boca do Lobo

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Cubic Sconces emerge as a tribute to the new style in vogue: the minimalist grace of the design allied to the Maximalism strength of the material and foundry technique used will surely be the right choice for any kind of project or room.
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Cubic Sconces emerge as a tribute to the new style in vogue: the minimalist grace of the design allied to the Maximalism strength of the material and foundry technique used will surely be the right choice for any kind of project or room.


See Also: Inside A Multi-Million Dollar Luxury Penthouse In The Heart Of Paris

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A multimillion-dollar penthouse that reflects the owner’s love for collectible design and the client’s needs to have a functional space for work and to be inspired at the same time. Every single division of this incredible luxury penthouse is a dream prepared to be unveiled – the luxury bathroom is the epitome of this dreamy abode.

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Lapiaz Mirror By Boca do Lobo

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 Finding beauty in the most unexpected places, this contemporary design piece is inspired by authentic karst formations created by surface dissolution, freezing, or thawing of limestone or dolomite rocks.

Symphony Freestanding By Maison Valentina

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The Symphony Freestanding draws inspiration from church organ tubes, as well as the curves of a violin. Like all of Maison Valentina’s designs, the Symphony Freestanding is handmade by experienced craftsmen, each with different specialties, from metal-work to wood carving.

Palace Display Case By Boca do Lobo

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Palace is a reinterpreted object and a delicate piece with a strong presence that builds the imagination of those distant times. Its frame surrounds four glass panes, supported by a base that emphasizes the spirit of the piece.
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In Paris, the city of lights and the home of the iconic design is nestled a luxurious and eclectic 1450 square feet apartment. An apartment fit for the most creative minds, this project is one of the many homes of a prolific architect, who also dabbles in the art dealing world. Boca do Lobo Design Studio teamed up with the private client to collaborate on this unique interior design project.

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The tub is made of white casted iron giving it a clean look that is perfect for any luxury bathroom project.

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Vase By Rug’Society

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VASE rug is one of the most classic rugs of all the classic collection. The simple design and the basic colors, transform this 100% handmade rug on a desired tapestry. 

White is the key color of the interior design project giving it length and the perfect starting point for different contemporary design concepts. A neutral and clean background where everything fits perfectly in harmony. Gold surfaces that express luxury inside of this luxury bathroom, the final touches of marble, one of the noblest materials to ever grace our world, every detail is carefully thought out.

Symphony Dressing Table By Maison Valentina

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The Symphony Dressing Table draws inspiration from church organ tubes, as well as the curves of a violin.

Brubeck By DelightFULL

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Inspired by the timeless musical instrument that is the pipe organ and one of the foremost exponents of jazz, Dave Brubeck, this luxurious wall sconce is a statement piece on its own.

Burbeck Floor Lamp By Boca do Lobo

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Dave Brubeck was the inspiration for one of DelightFULL’s more luxurious floor lamps. The art deco floor lamp represents in every single detail the way the jazz pianist musician blended very demanding rhythmic structures with improvisation in expressive and accessible ways.

Influenced by the city’s renaissance period, art worthy designs and sculptures enhance the decor bringing to life the richness of the history of those before us. The luxury apartment has an open space concept that combines all the rooms through one unique style, yet the functional needs and the high-tech amenities separate each area perfectly. And this is utterly shown inside of this incredible luxury bathroom.

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Lady Jane

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Designed to be as luxurious as it is versatile, the Lady Jane Collection displays a classic scene as the ensemble of high end salon equipment and beauty furniture transforms a salon into a dreamy, artistic spa oasis.

We created this collection to enable any salon to be transformed into a destination. The design of the pieces reflects the human body at rest, allowing guests to discover beauty while being made beautiful themselves” – Marcel Wanders.

The collection includes an island station, a styling salon chair, shampoo unit with basin, rolling trolleys, a variety of mirrors and a reception desk. The furniture upholstery presents a stitched floral relief that endorses a visual and physical feeling of depth to the guest. All frames and metal pulls are coated in either gold, chrome or matt black colours. Designed with soft and poetic curves, precise silhouettes, rich details and versatile accessories, the pieces create an elegant and welcoming interior. Offering functionality that uplifts the human spirit, this collection is a fresh breeze in the field of professional equipment.

CASA DECOR WILL BE BACK IN SPRING 2021

Casa Decor is now preparing its 56th edition, which will be held in Madrid between May and June 2021, when the effects of the pandemic have subsided. Quite a challenge for this popular interior design, design and lifestyle exhibition, the most important in Spain and the only of its kind in Europe.

Casa Decor will return with all the experience gained during the 2020 edition, when it was forced to close its doors on 12 March, only 7 days after opening, leaving the exhibition “frozen” in time. Nevertheless, Casa Decor remained open digitally over these three months, launching an intense campaign on all of its online channels: website, social networks, newsletters, videos of the spaces and, for the first time in its history, a virtual tour. This activity provided a burst of positive energy during the difficult months of confinement, and we never lost hope of being able to reopen the Exhibition, as was ultimately the case. At the beginning of June, Casa Decor opened its doors once again for over a month, after having implemented all necessary health and safety measures: control of the number of visitors, online sale of tickets, visits organised in time slots, marked routes, safety distance and hand sanitiser on all floors. While many similar events and fairs cancelled or postponed their dates, Casa Decor was able to open successfully under new and particularly delicate circumstances. Fortunately, no incidents were reported and the Exhibition took place with complete normality. Armed with this prior experience, Casa Decor does not fear the future and is firmly committed to opening its 2021 edition under the same safe conditions.

We have spoken to Alicia García Cabrera, Director General of Casa Decor, to tell us more about this new edition.

What are the challenges faced by Casa Decor 2021?

Our biggest challenge is continuity: to continue with the safety measures that we implemented last year with great success; to provide the same number of exhibitors with the opportunity, including both participants and brands; to find a similar or better venue than the last one; to exceed our media coverage figures… And, no matter what, this will all be done with a positive vision, as everything will be more exclusive and focused, maintaining the synergies created by Casa Decor each year. In this pandemic situation that we are currently experiencing, our challenge is continuity and maintaining the standards of quality that characterise the Exhibition.

Why is it currently more important than ever to continue to implement sensory marketing campaigns of this type?

During confinement, companies were forced to place greater importance on the digital field and reinvent their communication and marketing strategy. They had to find a window to the world where they could showcase their products, as many fairs and exhibitions were postponed or cancelled. While the digital world served as a communication channel for many sectors, there is simply no substitute for in-person events. However, at the moment very few places offer the safety, strength and prestige provided by Casa Decor. This was clear after the reopening in June, because quality is much more important to us than quantity, along with creating safe spaces where all these requirements are met. Casa Decor is a unique event due to its exclusive formula, which reaches visitors directly and allows them to interact in a very sensory fashion. Casa Decor’s experience, dating back to 1992, vouches for this: our formula is unique, reaching visitors in a very distinctive way. Our visitors are also unique and exclusive, with aspirational and inspirational profiles. The media coverage attained through Casa Decor is also hard to beat through other conventional platforms or channels.

How does Casa Decor deal with the digitalisation of an in-person event?

Even though it is an in-person event, Casa Decor has been working in the digital field for quite some time, as it complements the Exhibition and helps us to go beyond it. In fact, participation at Casa Decor includes a yearly campaign, from the time of hiring a space to the start of the following edition, and this visibility during months without any events is achieved through our digital media. We have adapted to the new times, our social networks are very powerful and we invest a great deal in the website and digital content. That is why we have grown so much digitally. The in-person model is a vital part of Casa Decor, a strength that we will never lose, but it also goes hand in hand with the digital side, which serves as a loudspeaker beyond the Exhibition. We have also digitalised the processes affecting both our participants and our visitors: digital tickets, draws, information through QR, etc. Digitalisation is not only important to lend visibility to projects and products, but also to interact with the world, allowing us to go beyond the Spanish market.

Last year you launched the sustainability campaign #CasaDecorSostenible. Will that be maintained in the 2021 edition?

Yes, of course, it is a permanent campaign for the next edition and for future editions. In reality, what we did last year was to attract attention, because we have been placing emphasis on this issue for quite some time now, but we wanted to give it form and visibility, and provide the public with information on materials and projects that are sustainable in any of their stages of production: manufacturing, assembly, disassembly, etc. There is no turning back now, we must embrace sustainability in all aspects of our life and, indeed, also in interior design. At Casa Decor, not only have we done this in terms of the exhibition, but also internally, in all our procedures and processes, eliminating paper and plastic and  using eco-friendly materials for our paperwork and everything we do as a company.

Space designed by Pía Paisajismo at Casa Decor 2020.

Photo: Nacho Uribesalazar

What do you think about the surprising impetus of the housing sector after confinement? Do you think it’s just a passing fad or something that has changed within society regarding the way that we live in our homes?

No, it’s certainly not a fad. Interior design is necessary, and the importance of our homes is clearer now than ever. During confinement, we identified all the flaws in our homes, realising that we need certain things that we hadn’t even thought about before: better lighting in rooms, a work area, a green corner inside the home, better interior air conditioning, better distributed spaces… And that is precisely what interior designers do, making them essential to the improvement of our homes, to ensure that they are not only healthy, but also beautiful and comfortable. At Casa Decor, professionals and the general public alike can discover the new materials and technological developments within the sector, to achieve homes that are more suited to our needs.

What can Casa Decor offer the luxury sector compared to other similar platforms or fairs in the sector?

Casa Decor is, in its own right, a luxury, a true gem, where products are showcased within real spaces, designed especially to draw attention to the brand, whether it is a tap, a sofa, a perfume or an exclusive liquor. Great care and attention is paid to how products are showcased within the luxury sector, and how the public interacts with them. The high-quality projects presented at Casa Decor provide this exclusive setting to showcase products naturally and organically, taking into account the integration of the products displayed. It is nothing like a showroom or a fair. Casa Decor revolves around an experiential, different and unique concept to draw attention and provide visibility to the materials and pieces on display. It is a platform that has been created specifically for the high-end sector, a platform within a setting of luxury, design, art and innovation.


Casa Decor is always held in different buildings, all spectacular. Is that the secret to Casa Decor’s success?

It is to a certain extent, yes. The building is the icon of each edition, the very essence of where it all begins. That is why we work tirelessly each year to locate “dormant” properties, which are losing value or deteriorating while they are closed. We really put the building on the city map, opening the architectural heritage to citizens, while revitalising the area and its businesses, thanks to the activity that we generate. The building brings together all the creativity within the sector, a collective and interdisciplinary project involving 200 participants, including companies and professionals, who create over 50 spaces where nothing is placed together randomly, and everything fits together like an incredible creative puzzle.

And finally, can you tell us a little bit about what we might see at Casa Decor 2021?

Casa Decor is a vibrant exhibition, showcasing trends that will then be seen on the street. Based on what we saw at the last edition, we are convinced that we will see a large number of biophilic designs with a lot of green, and that natural and organic materials (wood, cork, brick, sand, ceramic, etc.) will be present in many spaces. We will see elegant and sophisticated interiors, which will be modern and minimalist, yet still homely, with exquisite pieces of art and antique furniture. As has been the case in the past few years, we will also see a greater presence of handcrafted work and elements, thanks to the re-emergence of age-old trades, which are currently the height of luxury, as each piece is unique and exclusive, and very few craftsmen can perform such techniques nowadays. And, of course, all of this within a context of sustainability and environmental awareness, increasingly in line with current interiors.

Space designed by Lorna de Santos. Casa Decor 2020.

HENGE – A defining milestone

Henge has reached an important milestone in its career and it’s time to celebrate this extremely significant achievement. Pambianco recently celebrated the 15th edition of the “leQUOTABILI20” award for companies that possess the necessary requirements and characteristics to be successfully listed on the stock exchange and Henge has been selected among the winners.

For the Design Holding award, specifically in the Small Cap Ranking, Henge has been granted third place. This represents a huge turning point for the company which has once again overcome itself by showing exceptional value and reaching a position of extreme importance. luxury homes

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Fashion photography covers the fashion world and all the changes that take place in it. The style of each famous fashion photographers is unique and can’t be mixed up with anyone’s else style. This post features the most effective and well-known fashion photographers of all times and some of their works.

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Mario Testino

Mario Testino is one of the world’s most influential photographers. His cultural and commercial zeitgeist has made him a much sought-after creative partner in the fashion and beauty industry today. His work has been featured across the globe in magazines from Vogue to Vanity Fair and he has contributed to the success of many leading fashion and beauty houses through advertising campaigns, from Burberry and Gucci to Dolce & Gabbana and Versace.

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Helmut Newton

Helmut Newton received a number of awards. In 1989 he was named ‘Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres’ by the French Minister of Culture, and in 1992 he was awarded the ‘Grosses Bundesverdienstkreuz’ by the Federal Republic of Germany and the ‘Chevalier des Arts, Lettres et Science’ by Monaco. Life Magazine gave him the ‘Life Legend Award for Lifetime Achievement in Magazine Photography’ in 1999. The newtons had spent winters in Los Angeles for the last 25 years. They lived the rest of the year in Monte Carlo. Newton donated 1000 works to his native city in October 2003 – a berlin museum to showcase his work.

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Steven Meisel

One of the most iconic fashion photographers of all time, Steven Meisel easily remains the one photographer with whom all the models aspire to work. Has photographed every cover of Vogue Italia since 1988.

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Richard Avedon

Richard Avedon (May 15, 1923 – October 1, 2004) was an American fashion and portrait photographer. An obituary published in The New York Times said that “his fashion and portrait photographs helped define America’s image of style, beauty and culture for the last half-century.”

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Annie Leibovitz

Annie Leibovitz is a famous American portrait photographer. She was born on October 2, 1949, in Waterbury, Connecticut. While studying painting at the San Francisco Art Institute, she took night classes in photography, and in 1970, she began doing work for Rolling Stone magazine. She became Rolling Stone’s chief photographer in 1973. By the time she left the magazine, 10 years later, she had shot 142 covers. In 1983, she joined the staff at Vanity Fair, and in 1998, she also began working for Vogue. In addition to her magazine editorial work, Leibovitz has created influential advertising campaigns for American Express and the Gap.

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Albert Watson

Albert Watson has made his mark as one of the word’s most successful fashion and commercial photographers during the last four decades, while creating his own art along the way. Over the years, his striking images have appeared on more than 100 covers of Vogue around the world and been featured in countless other publications, from Rolling Stone to Time to Vibe.

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Irving Penn

Irving Penn was an American photographer known for his fashion photography, portraits, and still lifes. Penn’s career included work at Vogue magazine, and independent advertising work for clients including Issey Miyake, and Clinique. His work has been exhibited internationally, and continues to inform the art of photography.

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Steven Klein

After studying painting at the Rhode Island School of Design, he moved into the field of photography. Klein shot high-profile advertising campaigns for various clients including Calvin Klein, D&G, Alexander McQueen and Nike and is a regular contributor to magazines including American and Paris Vogue, i-D, Numéro, W and Arena.His work has featured in numerous exhibitions, most recently at the Gagosian Gallery, California and the Brancolini Grimaldi Gallery in Florence. Klein is well known for his W Magazine editorials with Madonna, Tom Ford, Brad Pitt and numerous others.

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Bruce Weber

Bruce Weber is an American fashion photographer and occasional filmmaker. He is most widely known for his ad campaigns for Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren ,Pirelli, Abercrombie & Fitch, Revlon, and Gianni Versace, as well as his work for Vogue, GQ, Vanity Fair, Elle, Life, Interview, and Rolling Stone magazines.

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Ellen Von Unwerth

Ellen von Unwerth (born 1954 in Frankfurt, Germany) is a photographer and director, specializing in erotic femininity. She worked as a fashion model for ten years herself before moving behind the camera, and now makes fashion, editorial, and advertising photographs. Ellen von Unwerth found fame when she first photographed Claudia Schiffer. Her work has been published in top magazines like Vogue, Vanity Fair, Interview, The Face, Arena, Twill, L’Uomo Vogue and I-D, and she has published several books of photography. She won first prize at the International Festival of Fashion Photography in 1991.

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Noz Design is a full-service interior design firm based in San Francisco, serving clients on residential and select commercial projects throughout the Bay Area and from coast to coast. With a focus on eclectically modern design spaces, Noz Design creates effortlessly bold, well-appointed luxury homes that not only reflect our dwellers’ lifestyles and tastes but also maximize a space’s functionality and a design project‘s budget.

The interior designer, Noz Nozawa was considered by Architectural Digest, one of the Rising Stars of 2020. Inspiration and Ideas presents to you some of the best design projects filled with the latest design ideas:

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HOUSE BEAUTIFUL

House Beautiful invited Noz Design to design and bring to life a room in their 2020 Whole Home Concept House, in Franktown, Colorado. The new-construction 5,400 square foot house featured 11 interior design teams’ concepts; ours was the front half of the large downstairs bonus room.

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“Life is more beautiful and more livable when nothing is perfect. I like deliberate imperfection, deliberate asymmetry, and messing things up a bit.”

says Nozawa, who founded her firm, Noz Design, in 2014.

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FIREHOUSE FAMILY HOUSE

Its hosting spaces luxury interiors were architecturally beautiful and only needed furnishings, finishes, and lighting; but the functional spaces.

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CHEZ NOZ

Chez Noz is the Designer’s own home in Hayes Valley, San Francisco. A never-ending project, Noz has been utilizing her condo as a test kitchen for design ideas since 2010.

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PAC HEIGHTS RESIDENCE

This stately pre-1906 residence was designed by neoclassical architect Julius Kraft, and fully renovated with an eye toward bringing more openness and light into the home by intersecting modern lines with preserved architectural ornamentation throughout the house.

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HOME FOR HOSTING

Noz Design anchored the design in the client’s favorite jewel tones and statement Kelly Wearstler wallpaper; then we revamped the overhead lights, added decorative wall sconces, and placed floor lamps, for layered lighting.

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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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Discover The 20 Most Famous and Iconic Buildings All Around The World and why by Inspiration and Ideas! Make sure you check a whole lot of these iconic places filled with the best architecture art at least once in your life.

St. Paul Cathedral, London

London’s most iconic building St Paul’s Cathedral was designed by English architect Sir Christopher Wren. Sitting at the top of Ludgate Hill, the highest point in the City of London, its famous dome is one of the world’s largest, measuring nearly 112 metres high.

The original church on the site was founded in the year 604AD. Work on the present English Baroque church began in the 17th Century by Christopher Wren as part of a major rebuilding program after the Great Fire of London.

When started working on St Paul’s in 1668, his designs for the cathedral taking a decade to complete and the actual construction taking a further 40 years. St Paul’s has played an integral part of London life ever since – as a domineering element in the city’s skyline, as a centre for tourism and religious worship, and most recently as a focal point for anticapitalist protests.

Petronas Tower, Kuala Lumpur

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Standing at 170 metres above ground, the Petronas Towers are twin skyscrapers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The buildings, which held the titled of tallest in the world between 1998-2004, are an iconic landmark of the capital city.

The distinctive postmodern style was created by architects Cesar Pelli and Achmad Murdijat, engineer Deejay Cerico and designer Dominic Saibo under the consultancy of JC Guinto.

The White House, Washington

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Irish architect James Hoban was the man behind the design of the White House. In 1972, Hoban submitted a plan for the presidential mansion and subsequently got the commission to build the White House. Constructed began in 1793 through to completion in 1801. The mansion, which has been home to every US leader since the country’s second president John Adams, is made of white-painted Aquia sandstone.

 

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The Leaning Tower Of Pisa, Italy

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The Leaning Tower of Pisa is one of the most remarkable architectural structures in Europe. Most famous for its tilt, the tower began to lean during construction after soft ground on one side was unable to properly support the structure’s weight.

Due to restoration work carried out in 2001, the tower currently leans at just under 4 degrees. It is estimated that it will collapse in the next 75-100 years.

Building work on the tower began in 1173 and went on for over a whopping 300 years. There has been much controversy surrounding the true identity of the architect behind the tower – the design originally attributed to artist Bonnano Pisano but studies have also implicated architect Diotisalvi.

St. Basils Cathedral, Moscow

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This garish, candy-colored cathedral is, in fact, Moscow’s most visited tourist attraction. The famous landmark, shaped to resemble the flame of a bonfire rising into the sky, is located just outside the Kremlin gates and marks the geometric center of the city.

Built between 1554 and 1560, the cathedral was erected during the reign of Ivan IV (Ivan the Terrible). Little is known about the building’s architect Postnik Yakovlev, but he was clearly a fan of onion domes, sharp spikes and polygonal towers.

Empire State Building, New York

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We couldn’t put together a list of world-famous buildings without including this grand Art Deco skyscraper. Once the tallest building in the world, construction began on the Empire State building on St Patrick’s Day 1930 and was completed just 410 days later.

Construction of the world-famous Empire State building was completed in just one year and 45 days.

The building was designed by William F Lamb of the architectural firm Shreve, Lamb and Harmon. It was declared by the American Society of Civil Engineers to be one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World and is known around the world as an icon of New York City.

Lloyds Building, London

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This futuristic building looks like it belongs in a sci-fi movie rather than Lime Street in London. The award-winning Lloyds building (also known as the Inside-Out building) is an iconic architectural landmark and one of the most recognisable constructions on the London skyline.

Architect Richard Rogers was the brains behind the innovative design, which has its services – including water pipes and staircases – on the outside. Built between 1978 and 1986, the building also features 12 outside lifts, which were the first of their kind in the UK.

Colosseum, Rome

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This elliptical amphitheater in the center of Rome is considered as one of the greatest architectural feats achieved by the Ancient Romans. The stadium was capable of seating 50,000 spectators and used mainly for gladiatorial games.

Built from concrete and stone, construction began on the Colosseum began around 72AD, and finished in 80AD. The design and shape of the Colosseum have been the inspiration for many modern-day stadiums. Today it is one of Rome’s most popular tourist attractions, attracting thousands of visitors each year.

Taj Mahal, India

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Recognized as ‘the jewel of Muslim art in India’, the Taj Mahal was built by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan. Often mistaken as a palace, this famous landmark was actually built as a tomb for the Emperor’s wife after she died giving birth to their 14th child.

The Taj Mahal is regarded as one of the finest examples of Mughal architecture – an amalgamation of Persian, Turkish, and Indian styles. Construction on the mausoleum began in 1632 and was completed in 1648. The surrounding buildings and gardens took a further five years to finish.

Gaudí House, Barcelona

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Barcelona is a well-known destination among travelers who wish to have a good mixture of fun and culture in a modern setting.

Knitted in this unmistakable urban fabric you will some unusual and well-known buildings of a single architect named Antoni Gaudí.  His unique approach to the Art Nouveau movement generated some of the most creative buildings you will see in this Spanish region known as Cataluña.

Even if you don’t know anything about architecture or Gaudí, when you walk the streets of Barcelona you will intuitively be able to identify a Gaudí building –they are unmistakable.

Above you can see Batlló House that in 1906 was awarded by the Barcelona City Council as one of the three best buildings of the year.

Sydney Opera House, Sydney

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Sydney Opera House is widely regarded as one of the greatest architectural works of the 20th century. The innovative design came from architect Jørn Utzon, who was relatively unknown until January 29, 1957, when his entry to the ‘International competition for a national opera house at Bennelong Point, Sydney’ was announced the winner.

The beautiful building comprises of three groups of interlocking shells, which roof two main performance halls and a restaurant. A masterpiece of modern architecture, the opera house has become an iconic symbol of both Sydney and the Australian nation.

Space Needle, Seattle

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The futuristic Space Needle in Seattle, Washington was built for the 1962 World’s fair. The famous landmark stands at 184m high and 42m wide at its widest point.

The design was a collaborative effort between architects Edward E Carlson and John Graham. Not only is the architecture a marvel to look at but the building’s impressive design can survive wind velocities of 200mph and can escape serious structural damage during earthquakes of up to 9.1 magnitudes.

Hagia Sophia, Istambul

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Once a church, later a mosque, and now a museum, Hagia Sophia is an architectural masterpiece. A perfect example of Byzantine architecture, Hagia Sophia is located in Istanbul, Turkey.

The building was built for the first time by the emperor Constantine the Great (306-337). However, due to many factors, including being burned down in riots and earthquakes, the ancient cathedral has been rebuilt many times since. Despite this, Hagia Sophia is widely recognized as one of the great buildings of the world. And if that wasn’t cool enough, the building also features in the opening scenes of the latest Bond film, Skyfall.

 

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Buckingham Palace, London

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Originally known as Buckingham House, George III bought the property in 1735 when the mansion was little more than a red brick house. Since then, various architects have worked on the building to make it what it is today, including John Nash, Edmund Blore and Sir Aston Webb.

The palace also had to undergo extensive work after being bombed no less than nine times during World War II. However, still very much in operation, it’s one of the few working royal palaces remaining in the world today.

Falling Water, Pennsylvania

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Designed by famous American architect Frank Lloyd Wright in 1934, Fallingwater is quite possibly the most famous private residence in the world. But why? Well, the unique design makes it look like the house stretches out over a 30ft waterfall, with no solid ground beneath it.

This isn’t the case, obviously, but the innovative design captured everyone’s attention when it was finalized in 1939. It became famous instantly and is now a natural historic landmark. It’s so cool you can even get a Lego version of the architectural masterpiece!

Pantheon, Rome

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Rome is home to many amazing buildings, and the Pantheon is no exception. And, like the city itself, it was not built in a day. Destroyed twice and rebuilt each time, the building started as a rectangular structure, which, over time, evolved into the gorgeous dome building seen today.

An inspiration to architects all over the world over the last 2,000 years, the Pantheon roof remains the world’s largest unreinforced concrete dome. There is much debate between historians over which emperor and architects were responsible for the Pantheon’s design although it is known that this ‘Temple of the Gods’ was built around 126AD.

Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao

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The Guggenheim Museum Bilbao is one of the most admired works of contemporary architecture. California-based Canadian-American architect Frank Gehry created the unique concept after winning an architectural competition to design the building.

Since the museum doors opened in 1997, it has been hailed one of the most important buildings of the 20th century. Now with over a decade of success, the museum has homed over a hundred exhibitions and has welcomed more than 10 million visitors.

Flatiron Building, Manhattan

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The eye-catching Flatiron building in Manhattan was designed by Chicago architect Daniel Burnham and built in 1902. The distinctive triangular shape allowed the building to fill the space located at the intersection of Fifth Avenue and Broadway.

Another of New York’s skyscrapers, it was never the tallest but remains one of the most memorable and has been a source of inspiration for artists and architects for over a century now.

Villa Savoye, France

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Designed by Swiss architects Le Corbusier and his cousin, Pierre Jeanneret, Villa Savoye is an early and classic example of the International style – a major architectural style that emerged in the 1920s and 30s.

The property was built in 1928 and, after surviving several demolition plans, was designated as an official French historical monument in 1965.

Burj Khalifa, Dubai

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Last on our list but very means the least is the world’s tallest building Burj Khalifa. The mammoth skyscraper and magnificent centerpiece of Downtown Dubai stand at a whopping 828.9 meters high.

Construction began on the 160-floor building in 2004 with its doors opening six years later in 2010. The task of creating the world’s tallest manmade structure was awarded to the Chicago office of American architectural and engineering firm Skidmore, Owings and Merril LLP.

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