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Are you looking for inspiration to redecorate your home decor? Inspiration and Ideas brings a selection of 8 glamorous and sophisticated living room designs!

We have no words to describe this unique and modern living room design by Interior.amr. The Empire Center Table and the Soleil Sofa gave the luxurious and sophisticated look, don’t you think?

With Soleil Sofa and Empire Center Table, this living room design gets a luxury vibe! Soft, sultry curves gently embrace the sitter in the vintage and contemporary Soleil Sofa. The elegant round center table is built from mahogany wood and features an exquisite polished brass surface detail.

grey tones in a modern living room design with a curved sofa and a grey round marble center table
grey tones in a modern living room design with a curved sofa and a grey round marble center table

Our Empire Center Table is such an exclusive design piece and when mixed with Al Tarras Design House designs, everything feels in perfect harmony. Do you prefer neutral interior designs or more colourful ones?

bright modern living room design with a white and black marble center table

A modern living room design with a grey Odette Sofa, that makes the room even more classy and powerful!

glamorous living room design woith a wood center table, grey sofa

Inspired by the Swan Lake Op. 20, ballet composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, the Odette Sofa tells the story of a princess turned into a swan by an evil sorcerer’s curse. Its sweeping silhouette is accentuated with a polished brass structure and an asymmetric back that offers a sophisticated design and timeless appeal.

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grey curved sofa by boca do lobo

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A stunning living room design, where the Monochrome Console expresses a leading edge outlook through its daring curvy shapes and dark tones.

warm living room design with a cream curved armchair
Interior Design By: Borosa Group
black luxury console by boca do lobo
black luxury console by boca do lobo

A marvellous living room design by Tony Williams with luxury details and our Glance Mirror, simple but majestic. Don’t you agree?

modern living room with a grey sofa, a gold chandelir and mirror
modern living room with a grey sofa, a gold chandelir and mirror

In this interior design by Interior.amr our Empire Center Table and D. Manuel Cabinet are the main characters! The perfect addition to any living room, don’t you think?

dark living room design with a wood center table, and red and pink cabinet
dark living room design with a wood center table, and red and pink cabinet

This modern living room is absolutely amazing, and once again, Boca do Lobo has their special furniture designs!

black and white living room design with a gold console, walnut center table and cream armchairs

The Imperfectio Armchair, Lapiaz Walnut Center Table and Sinous Console make this living room design so eclectic and full of art!

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black and white living room with a gold console
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Matteo Nunziati is considered one of the best Interior Designers of his generation. Specialized in luxury Hotels, Wellness Centers, SPA and Residential Projects, Matteo Nunziati has realized Interior Design projects over the years all over the world.

SEE ALSO: A Contemporary and Luxurious House by Martinuzzi Interiors

Matteo Nunziatti one of the best in interior design

Matteo Nunziati was born in Bologna in 1972 and opened his Interior Design office in Milan in 2000. Specialized in Luxury Hotels, Wellness Centers, SPA and Residential Projects, Matteo Nunziati has realized projects over the years in Italy, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, India, Maldives, China, and USA.

Let’s discover more about Mateo Nunziati Studio Interior Design projects

Matteo Nunziatti Studio is located in Via Varesina, 162, 20156 Milano MI, Itália

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Kensington Luxury Townhouse
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Living Room Interior Design at 432 Park Avenue

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“Architecture and design bring beauty into everyday life. There is such great interest in architecture and design, because everyone needs to live not only in a functional but also authentically beautiful space.” – Matteo Nunziati

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Penthouse in India
a classic interior design for a luxurious bedroom
Trump Towers Pune Master Bedroom

In parallel to his work as an architect, Matteo Nunziati collaborates with some of the most prestigious Design Brands such as Molteni & C., Poliform, Flou, Lema, I 4 Mariani, Fiam, Fontana Arte, La Murrina, Rapsel, Tonon, Lualdi Porte, Listone Giordano, Florim.

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New Resort Interior Design

The studio where Nunziati works with a carefully selected team of international Architects, Engineers and Interior Designers. For each project, the best skills are selected in order to maintain the highest quality standards from both the technical and aesthetic points of view.

Stay with us to discover more Top Interior Design Projects!

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If you’ll be in Milan, from 7th to 12th June 2022, visiting the Salone del Mobile at Fiera Milano Rho, enjoy the city and the exclusive bars in Milan! Take a look at the best spots to drink in Lombardy’s capital. It is a city that oozes class and the famous fashion houses boast their own ultra-chic bars, restaurants, and hotels, whilst the cocktail bars are amongst the best in Europe.

Bulk Mixology Food Bar

Bulk mixology food bar is a place where guests can relax in a good and beautiful way, enjoy time and watch it pass. At Bulk guests can drink coffee, enjoy lunch or dinner, bite a snack and sip one of the perfectly crafted cocktails at the bar; even here the attentive and careful eye of Giancarlo Morelli can be perceived watching over the excellence and quality of all the ingredients.

Top 10 Exclusive Bars to Drink a Cocktail in Milan

Address: Via Aristotile Fioravanti 6, Milan
Phone: +39 02 800 10 910

Ceresio 7

When the weather cools, the restaurant’s unique interior design, unusual pictures on the walls, colourful chairs, and 1930s-era lamps, provides more than enough visual delight. Head chef Elio Sironi, formerly of the Bulgari Hotel in Milan and a restaurant called Madai in Porto Cervo, reinterprets traditional local cuisine with unusual combinations and ingredients.

Top 10 Exclusive Bars to Drink a Cocktail in Milan

Address: Via Ceresio, 7, Milan
Phone: +39 02 31039221

Globe

Accurate, ever-changing culinary proposals were designed and created with a passion for meticulous first quality ingredients and extreme care with dish presentation by Executive Chef Gianfranco Semenzato.
A superb selection of oysters, some still unknown in Italy but appreciated by connoisseurs, along with top quality meat like Japanese Kobe Italian-style raw fish or Milan traditional dishes, such as exquisite “Ossobuco” or “Milanese“. Homemade fresh pasta and internationally inspired dishes.

Top 10 Exclusive Bars to Drink a Cocktail in Milan

Address: Piazza Cinque Giornate 1, Milan
Phone: +39 0255181969

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Iter Cocktail Bar

Classified as the first fusion cocktail bar, Iter will take you every six months to discover countries all over the world. The concept is “From Italy to the World”, which only makes you want to travel, discover and experience the wonder of aromas and flavours of every corner of the world.

The guides of this trip are Nicola Scarnera and Flavio Angiolillo. Every six months they will explore a different country, returning to Milan with baggage enriched by cultures and flavours that will be discovered through cooking and cocktail lists.

Top 10 Exclusive Bars to Drink a Cocktail in Milan

Address: Via Mario Fusetti 1, Milan
Phone: +39 02 3599 9589

Jazz Cafè

One of the most popular nightlife places that populate the area overlooking the Arco Della Pace, has the air of a jazz club made. Always very popular with the adult and international public, as many celebrities and companies choose it for dinners that lead to after-dinner fun.

Top 10 Exclusive Bars to Drink a Cocktail in Milan

Rebelot Navigli

Quality cocktails paired with creative tapas by the Naviglio Grande, in a restaurant that is almost an extension of the adjoining Pont de Fer restaurant. Drinks with a vintage soul go hand in hand with the care of high-quality saucers. You can have dinner or simply have an aperitif, accompanied by snacks at the table.
A handful of clichés of Milanese clubs. But adopted with grace, taste and common sense. There are the usual living brick walls, the large counter in front of the entrance, and the rough wooden tables. A few seats in front of the chef’s worktop.

Top 10 Exclusive Bars to Drink a Cocktail in Milan

Address: Ripa di Porta Ticinese 55, Milan
Phone: +39 02 84194720

Marchesi

Designed by architect Roberto Baciocchi, the new shop is not unlike a prim pastry itself. Beyond the building’s stone façade, walls are clad in minty marble, floors are lined in chocolate-hued stone, and lighting glows through pristine white ceiling beams. Treats, aperitifs, and candy-color pastry boxes are placed elegantly amid wood-and-glass cases. Unlike its petite predecessor, the new spot has room for customers to linger.

Top 10 Exclusive Bars to Drink a Cocktail in Milan

Address: Via Monte Napoleone, 9, Milan
Phone: +39 02 7600 8238

Capra e Cavoli

If even in winter you dream of dinners in the garden, Capra and Cavoli is the one for you. Between plants and umbrellas, it seems to be “en plein air” without the risk of drafts. The Barbara Clementina Ferrario restaurant offers a wide and refined proposal of vegetarian and vegan dishes, but not only, accompanied by a wine list with exclusively organic and biodynamic Italian labels. The tasting menu costs 45 euros, drinks not included.

Top 10 Exclusive Bars in Milan

Address: Via Pastrengo, 18, Milan
Phone: +39 02 8706 6093

Fioraio Bianchi Caffè

Fiorario Bianchi Caffé is a neighbourhood flower shop, a bistro and a café, where flowers – personally arranged by the owner each day – contribute to creating an enchanted atmosphere. Francesca Mirigliano, who runs Fioraio Bianchi Caffé, talks about the past and present of this space.

Top 10 Exclusive Bars to Drink a Cocktail in Milan

Address: Via Montebello, 7, Milan
Phone: +39 02 29014390

Botanical Club

The Botanical Club is a restaurant and cocktail bar in two venues. It uses all things naturally edible to realize starter size dishes to share with friends or original cocktails.
The Botanical Club is also the first Italian Small Batch Gin distillery, opened in 2015 in Milan. It offers a wide variety of gin, recommended in a weekly selection.

Top 10 Exclusive Bars to Drink a Cocktail in Milan

Address: Via Pastrengo, 11 Milan
Phone: +39 02 36523846

Stay with us to discover more exclusive bars during the Salone del Mobile!

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Living rooms and living areas at Casa Decor 2022

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We continue walking through the spaces of Casa Decor 2022. On this occasion, we want to show you the nine projects, between lounges and living areas , that the participating professionals have devised in this edition. In all of them, you will be able to see how the new trends in decoration and interior design come with groundbreaking ideas, without fear of color or innovative textures, supported by companies and firms in the sector with a vision of the future. Also, we have been able to verify how technology merges without fanfare with craftsmanship, design and art to give free rein to social environments full of comfort and personality, which adapt perfectly to our daily world.They will surprise you!

Nometri Space

On the first floor of the Goya 89 building is Rosa Mexicano,  the space designed by Ana Mª Fernández,  from  Nometri. The interior designer has been inspired by Luis Barragán  to pay homage to color , so that it is possible to feel the energy and presence of the renowned Mexican engineer and architect.

Around this exaltation of color, we find the walls decorated with pictorial works by artists such as Brenda Fridman, Leticia Mezzetta and Débora Sánchez Viqueira, as well as design pieces in the form of sculptures such as the wall radiator, by Tubes Radiatori, and the figures of porcelain that mark the stairs. Different expressions that are added in a multidisciplinary space, which serves as a living room, dining room, art gallery and study.

The dining area is especially cozy, with Momocca furniture arranged on a Kuatro Carpets rug. Here, we also find outstanding contemporary artistic representations such as the small sculpture by Pablo Pérez Ramos, on the table, and the wall sculpture, by Domus NO.4. This space also highlights a studied technical and decorative lighting project that contributes to creating a welcoming effect.

Photos: Luis Hevia for Casa Decor 2022.

Jaime Jurado Space

With a career spanning more than 20 years in the world of art and interior design, Jaime Jurado not only creates relaxed environments, but also designs and manufactures many of the pieces that bring his projects to life at Casa Decor. In collaboration with the designer  Mónica Bartolessis, this year Jaime offers us a contemporary space with a minimalist look , presided over by a large ceramic mural in which the Purple color stands out , which gives the space its name.

As a backdrop, walls covered with decorative panels by Panespol; floor and door jambs in Dekton by Cosentino, the same material used by the artist in the design of the table. Special mention deserves the balanced lighting of Megaman that makes his works stand out, as well as the elegance of the Aromas del Campo lamps that hang from the ceiling.

Photo: Nacho Uribesalazar for Casa Decor 2022.

BTicino Space by Diego Rodríguez

At Casa Decor 2022, as in the  last edition , BTicino has had the prestigious interior designer Diego Rodríguez, at the head of his studio ‘Concepto DR’, to show the latest generation mechanisms of the Italian firm in a unique atmosphere, in where design and technology converge in a perfect symbiosis.

With his usual sophisticated and eclectic style , where everything is thought out in detail, the interior designer has created a Connected Home , with the most innovative series of Living Now mechanisms, as well as the new Classe 300 EOS with Netatmo video door entry system, with integrated Alexa. BTicino’s unique design and Netatmo’s latest technology together offer us a comfortable and energy efficient connected home.

In addition, in this bright room, the Dekton coatings on the floor, walls and ceiling stand out, as well as the natural oak wood, with which an original decorative structure has been created on the ceiling. The firm Bang & Olufsen has also collaborated with the Beovision Contour television.

Photo: Felipe Scheffel for Casa Decor 2022.

Bang & Olufsen Space by Disak Studio

In this edition,  Bang & Olufsen has relied on Disak Studio to create the comfortable and elegant Home Cinema room where you can enjoy the Danish firm’s audiovisual products, including the Beovision Harmony television and the Beolab 28 column speakers.

As soon as you enter the space, before reaching the relaxation area, a piece of furniture with a marble top, by Cupa Stone,   serves as a breakfast and fast food area. An espresso machine from Modbar has been placed on it, and inside it has been installed a practical wine cellar from AEG, with bottles from   Dominio Fournier and Tanqueray No. TEN.

Among the pieces of furniture, a large sofa from the Atlanta collection, from the Alexandra Collection , stands out , a design with a three-position comfort system: sitting, relaxed and reclining. In addition, in the configuration of this space, Disak has used noble materials such as leather and wood, as well as warm textiles.

To cover the walls, Tarimatec wood has been used; Regarsa wallpaper ; and a textile lining by Misia Casamance.   They have also collaborated with Kaymanta, with a comfortable rug; Lutron, with home automation; and Orac Decor with 3D ceiling panels, as well as baseboards and cornices that  enrich the space.

Photos: Felipe Scheffel for Casa Decor 2022

Space Sinmas Studio

Match is the living room designed by Sigfrido Serra and Mateo Climent,which we can see on the third floor. A space inspired by its esteemedterreta, with a color range that refers to its traditions. A backlit decorative fireplace, made ofDektonwith blue veins, matching the base, stands out in the space. While the rear wall was covered with an elaborate ceramic mural, byNais. 

The interior designers’ proposal is an “all-in-one” capable of adapting to modern life: from reading a book in the shelter of the fireplace, to turning the living room into an improvised gym area with Technogym equipment. A subtle play of reflections from the mirrors goes perfectly with silver pieces, such as the Joquer sofa, the curtains, the foot of the side table and the wall-mounted towel rack, a new design by Tubes Radiatori. 

Photo: Lupe Clemente for Casa Decor 2022.

Querencia Studio Space

Natural materials are the main protagonists of Recuerdo, the space designed by María Querencia and Maribel López, from Estudio Querencia. The interior designers say they have been inspired by their memories to design a space that allows them to remember those moments, through the experiences of those who live in it.

Organized in two environments: a living room, with a curved architectural staircase, and a kitchen area, which is entered through an opening covered with Neolith stone, the same material that is repeated on the countertop and the sink. The sensation of visual continuity has been achieved with the microcement in the same tone that covers the floor, walls and ceiling. A large fireplace, in front of the comfortable sofa, creates a serene, warm and welcoming atmosphere. Behind the sofa, a backlit bookcase houses several pictorial works by the artist Rocío Domínguez. The Jung company has also collaborated in the space , with electrical mechanisms.

Photo: Lupe Clemente for Casa Decor 2022.

Space Studio Mo

Rastros is the name of the room thatMarta MeliánandClaudia Ribagorda, membersofStudio Mo,have designed on the fourth floor: a space inspired by the Canary Islands, volcanoes and their rock formations, the sea and its waves, wind and erosion …

The interior designers have created a simple and warm atmosphere, in which the use of natural materials such as corrugated sintered stone panels by  Lapitec are of great importance; the clay paint, by Ecoclay, as well as the light wood flooring and the natural fibers in the upholstery of the armchairs and the curtains.

Other details that make reference to the volcanic formations of the Canary archipelago also stand out in this space, such as the black natural stone, which is evident in the Miapetra washbasin and in the set of auxiliary tables that complete the decoration of this space. The mechanisms and home automation of BTcino allow the control of all the facilities of the space, as well as the lighting.

Photo: Nacho Uribesalazar for Casa Decor 2022

Marta Labrador Space

“The reminiscences of past times where the traditional architecture of the French and Madrid attic act as a common thread to give way to an attic with a poetic language of chiaroscuro in a contemporary setting”, this is how the interior designer and plastic artist Marta Labrador explains the essence of his Rhetorical Lights project .

The combination of noble wood such as oak with natural textiles, which emphasize the fondness of a past, and the combination of textiles with different geometries, gives a contemporary character to this attic, which seeks  tranquility and well-being for those who occupy it.

In the design of the space, the lighting project stands out, with the electrical mechanisms by Font Barcelona, ​​as well as the lamps, by LZF Lamps, strategically placed on the ceiling and walls, which create a spectacular play of light and shadow. Among the pieces of furniture, the Ormo’s sofa stands out, with geometric shapes. Also worthy of special attention is the designer radiator by Tubes Radiatori; textiles and household items, from Scalpers Home ; and the occasional tables scattered throughout the space, from Sankore Africa .

Photo: Felipe Scheffel for Casa Decor 2022.

Sara Torrijos Space

Architect by profession and interior designer by vocation, Sara Torrijos has started her career at Casa Decor with the Allure living room, a warm, relaxed and sophisticated atmosphere, which we can see on the fifth floor of Goya 89.

In this space, without a doubt, the excellent work carried out on the main wall stands out, built with clay bricks baked with ancient techniques, in its most sculptural and sensual version. The wall facing the brick wall was covered with mirrors to give the space greater depth. Sara has managed to recreate a serene and calm atmosphere through natural materials and organic forms, such as Ormo’s sofa, in bouclé wool, made to measure and adapted to the curved shapes of the wall.

Photo: Lupe Clemente for Casa Decor 2022.

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Boca do Lobo had the opportunity to sit down with one of the most influential names in the international design scene: Krupa Zubin, ZZ Architects‘ Co-Founder! In this exclusive interview and exciting conversation, we were able to discover all the details behind the company’s impressive work! Ready to be inspired?

Exclusive Interview With Krupa Zubin - ZZ Architects' Co-Founder

About ZZ Architects

ZZ Architects is a design firm located in Mumbai that is driven by creativity and innovation. A multidisciplinary award-winning design business managed by Principal Architects Krupa Zubin and Zubin Zainuddin, emphasizes “Attention to Detail” in their creative works. ZZ Architects is an extremely passionate group of Architects, Interior Designers, and Graphic Visualizers who strive constantly to innovate and create amazing interior design projects.

Their wonderful work incorporates modern architecture and interior design projects across many categories and clients spread all around leading cities in India and also internationally cities: each team contains members with expertise in various aspects like project management, visualization, and design development. In this exclusive interview, Krupa Zubin shared with Boca do Lobo a bit more about the studio’s mission, how they handle the pandemic, and where they found the strength to keep working on inspiring projects! Excited? Just keep reading to find more.

Let’s talk about great design: Unraveling creative ideas and thoughts!

How did it all start? How did you decide to create ZZ Architects?

After completing a brief but eventful experience working with a few leading firms, we finally took a leap of faith and decided to formally set up a partnership firm in 2002. We were always keen on creating a firm where we could direct the design narrative and enjoy the process of being involved in every aspect of the design of a project. Over the years, our team of 5 has gradually become an efficient team of over 75 Architects and Designers, however, our role has still remained the same. We enjoy the impact of a different day at work, one that is spontaneous, thrilling, and incredibly rewarding.

Krupa Zubin

Can you tell us what’s your main design mission? How do you define your studio’s style?

We have a well-defined process when it comes to the style of any project and it is intimately connected to the client with whom we are collaborating. Our personal preference has always been to create something fresh and contemporary with a global, timeless appeal.

Krupa Zubin

Exclusive Interview With Krupa Zubin - ZZ Architects' Co-Founder
What makes a design timeless? Which are the key elements?

I think if there are factors that you had to consider, it would be quality, finish, and design, at the end, at the very core that’s what makes a timeless design. We have clients that came back to us, probably for the next office and the next house, our entire work is connected to what we’ve done when we started, so I think that tells us we are on the right path.

Krupa Zubin

How would you describe the relationship of your Studio with your audience? Do you have a special way of communicating/advertising your work? It’s important to get feedback from external sources?

Our constant driving force is the belief and faith our clients have in us and a lot of our work is from repeat clients. Receiving a call from an old client to start brainstorming on something fresh that inspires us is always a treat. Instagram is also a place to share glimpses of work and life, and the feedback has been overwhelmingly positive. We feel that our best advocates are our clients, and that ‘social media,’ when used sparingly, is an excellent tool. Working and constantly learning with great clients and brands ensures that you are always performing at your best potential. There is a lot of optimism in the air.

Krupa Zubin

What would you say is the trend at the moment in the design world – creatively speaking?

Our homes have become the main settings of our lives: where we need to unwind and energize ourselves at the same time. We have been forced to slow down and spend time in our homes, this drives a strong desire to really create a space that reflects our inherent selves both aspirational and based on comfort.

Krupa Zubin

SEE ALSO: Our Selection Of The Best Interior Design Projects In Mumbai

How would you describe the typical client of your Studio? What are the main things they ask for? How do you build a professional relationship with them?

Our clientele is diverse and our strength is the method of transparent communication we have with everyone involved in a project. Every first meeting sets up the tone for a project while it helps in the narrative of the design philosophy for the project. Nowadays, social media is so relevant, and when clients come to us, they already have an idea of what they want to build. To us, it’s about creating a real journey for every project, so we’re really close with the design process, and we like to look at a design in every aspect possible, from finishings, materials, collaborations, and artists. In the end, it all comes together when you see the final outcome.

Krupa Zubin

Exclusive Interview With Krupa Zubin - ZZ Architects' Co-Founder
What are your main inspirations in the Design World? And how do they influence your work?

Our passion for travel, reading, and a desire to stay on top of what’s going on in the design industry has opened up new doors for us. We strive to draw inspiration from the diverse experiences we have while traveling. We source extensively from London, Milan, Paris, and Tokyo. Every trip is such an educational trip for us. Movies are also a big source of inspiration, I watch a movie every day, and when you watch a multi-language movie is a great way to understand the design that’s happening in the country. For example, when you watch an anime you are really understanding the Japanese culture, and you can connect to it so well.

Krupa Zubin

How do you approach a hospitality project versus a residential project?

We approach each project based on its location, context, the need of the project, and client specifications. When it comes to hospitality and residential projects, there seems to be a confluence of ideologies. Most of the hospitality projects that we undertake want the experience to feel warm and homely and at the same time, residential homes want to attain the practicality and comfort of premium hospitality spaces. As we work mainly in the luxury sector. it is a great space to be working on and we enjoy the constant unraveling within these categories.

Krupa Zubin

Exclusive Interview With Krupa Zubin - ZZ Architects' Co-Founder
Do you have a favorite project or story about one of your projects?

Every project is clearly associated with anecdotes and each can be a series of stories. All these events come together and help to culture the final project. the relation to clients, materials, and conversations, makes every project an enjoyable experience and milestone. Furthermore, the next two years are also going to be very exciting for the projects that we will complete.

Krupa Zubin

Exclusive Interview With Krupa Zubin - ZZ Architects' Co-Founder
How did you deal with the Pandemic Crisis? Did it change the day-to-day situation of your work? Or did it affect any project in specific?

The pandemic has given us time to introspect, an opportunity to regroup and improve on efficiencies. As a matter of fact, we kept all our projects on hold and restrained ourselves from working from home. We encouraged the teams to just use the time at hand to just stay calm and keep a positive frame of mind. We did not have a single zoom session with our team and just felt that in such uncertain times we needed to support everyone from our team not just financially but also from a viewpoint of being optimistic and ready for the time to come. We had the opportunity to work on and actually design our new studio with a lot of time at hand. It is a new space that we could actually mold as per new requirements and needs that the pandemic also taught us. Personally, we also optimized the use of resources and concentrated more on designs, concepts, and mood boards, all while rethinking how we operated.

Krupa Zubin

Where did you find the resilience to keep working during the most difficult periods of the pandemic? Was it your clients and ongoing projects?

We needed to be patient and make the most of the time at hand. The total engagement of each member of our team with complete faith and support from our clients kept us continuing and flourishing.

Krupa Zubin

Could you describe a few highlights that came from working so much during the Covid crisis?

We spent the time making our processes more structured. Crafted our way into a new era of human connection through the positive use of social media. Besides, it puts a new lens on the organization of the studio and allowed us to dedicate ourselves to enhancing our company’s culture. Finally, set up our new studio space and used the free time to have it up and running in 5 months.

Krupa Zubin

What do you think will be the focus in the design world in the future, especially when this Covid crisis comes to an end?

The cornerstone of this new world will lie in the framework of resilience, humility, empathy, wellbeing, technology and environmentally profound spaces that instill a sense of reassurance and comfort.

Krupa Zubin

Are you working on anything new at the moment? What’s the inspiration behind that project?

What are the main challenges when it comes to a corporate design project?

It is also about time, the kind of time you take to develop a corporate project is probably much faster. We have done corporate projects for developers, investment bankers, marketing companies, and so on. So I think is such a personal thing, and after doing our own working space, we realized that you’re able to give so much more to the team space. Besides, I believe it’s about well-being and empathy.

Krupa Zubin

Exclusive Interview With Krupa Zubin - ZZ Architects' Co-Founder
Boca do Lobo’s essence is connected with the high values of craftsmanship. What’s the Studio’s view on craftsmanship pieces?

The reason why we love collaborating with Boca Do Lobo is for their remarkable pieces with a distinct essence and detailed craftsmanship. Also, Boca Do Lobo’s pieces have a unique synthesis of traditional sensibilities with contemporary designs that are timeless creations. We have always seen that these pieces add a great artistic element to a project. More than recommending a product, we recommend the philosophy behind the product. As designers, that is what we value about design companies, and why we get excited about Boca do Lobo.

Krupa Zubin

DID YOU LIKE THIS EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH KRUPA ZUBIN – ZZ ARCHITECTS?

SEE ALSO: ZZ Architects Design Projects: A Luxury Apartment in Mumbai

Casa Decor 2022 begins!

From April 7 to May 22, the doors of Casa Decor 2022 will remain open , an unmissable event for interior design, design, innovation and lifestyle. More than 200 companies and professionals have transformed the Goya 89 building and designed 57 spaces, with different proposals, styles and housing solutions. All impeccably executed.

Casa Decor 2022 is a very special edition because we celebrate, together with all lovers of design and interior design, its 30th anniversary. Throughout these three decades, Casa Decor has become a benchmark for decoration in Spain; a unique interior design exhibition in Europe where, edition after edition, great professionals are made known and new trends are presented. products, materials and ways of living.

We present some of the spaces that you will find on the route of the Exhibition.

The English Court Space

our sponsor

The renowned company  El Corte Inglés, sponsor of Casa Decor 2022, has designed a neoclassical-inspired apartment, with eclectic furniture and a fusion of Asian, Provençal and Castilian style pieces. Located on the sixth floor, with magnificent terraces open to the Madrid sky, “El Ático” has been designed by the  Decor Studio team,  the El Corte Inglés interior design studio. There, all visitors to Casa Decor will be able to discover a wide range of furniture and accessories for the home of El Corte Inglés.

Craft Space Castilla-La Mancha by Tomás Alía

Institutional presence

The Casa Decor 2022  edition has four institutional presences: Crafts from Castilla La-Mancha, promoted by the CLM Community; Danish Design+ , an initiative of the Embassy of Denmark to present 15 renowned Danish design brands; ITA-Italian Trade Agency , an entity through which the Italian government favors the economic-commercial development of Italian companies in foreign markets, and the COAATM, the College of Quantity Surveyors and Technical Architects of Madrid.

Tomás Alia,  together with his team from Estudio Caramba, has been in charge of designing the  Castilla-La Mancha Craft Space , located on the first floor. The project ” Contemporary platform for women from Castilla La Mancha ” highlights the fusion of craftsmanship with contemporary design, and integrates the artistic creations of a plastic artist and fifteen craftsmen from the region (from potters and ceramists to glaziers or carpenters, among others).

Artisans who collaborate in the space: Reyes García (leather goods); César Mota (metalworker); Rocío Díaz (restorer); Juan Carlos Jimenez (carpenter); Pepita Alía (labrandera); Sergio Rosa (weaver); Juan Antonio Escobar (ceramist); Álvaro Calvo (ceramist); Luis Machi (glazier); Ramón Recuero (smith and blacksmith); San Julián Gold Embroidery Crafts (embroiderers); Francisco Nava (potter); Francisco Agudo (potter); Gregorio Cabra (producer of natural fiber objects); Laura Nava (ceramist). With the collaboration of: Elena Poblete (plastic artist)

The JUNG company participates with its mechanisms.

Danish Design+ Space by Erico Navazo

For the second consecutive year, the  Embassy of Denmark trusts  Erico Navazo  to design its space in Casa Decor and that we can see on the fifth floor of Goya 89: ” Danish  Eclectic ”  a project that reflects the essential values ​​of Danish design and the creative spirit of the interior designer.

Also participating in Espacio Danish Design+ are : JUNG (mechanisms); APE GROUP (ceramic floor and wall tiles) and ESCAYOLA SAZ (cornices).

In addition, the Danish companies: &Tradition; Astep; Bang & Olufsen; ball; 101 Copenhagen; Detail CPH; Gabriel Fabrics; House of Finn; Juhl; KVIK; Le Klint; Louis Poulsen; Madam Stoltz; One Collection; Tilde Grynnerup and Velux.

Space ITA-Italian Agency for Foreign Trade by Raúl Martins
Italy participates for the first time in Casa Decor to spread the sustainability, technology, design and tradition of Italian companies. In ” Espacio Italia “, the interior designer Raúl Martins has designed a suite where novelties from different brands of furniture and decoration are presented, with the aim of giving visibility to the craftsmanship and industry of “made in Italy”, a standard of good taste and of design in the world.
In Espacio Italia have also participated: NATUZZI ITALIA (sofa and side tables); LAMINAM (sintered stone flooring); MODBAR (express coffee maker) and ESCAYOLA SAZ (wall mural).

And the Italian companies: Arpa Industriale; cyclotte; dedar; Devon&Devon; Tuscan Erbarium; Grassi Pietre; Mastrotto Group; Laminam; Mariantonia Urru; Mason Editions; Natuzzi Italy; Eleven Milano; PLH®; Potomak Studio; Sicis; Simone Cenedese Murano; Soff-Art The Pillow Atelier, and Siwa Soft Style Home.

Quantity Surveyors of Madrid
The COAATM  participates in the Exhibition with its own space designed by César Ávila, from CA Interiorismo, winner of the ideas contest to structure, design and organize the space of the Official College of Quantity Surveyors and Technical Architects of Madrid at Casa Decor. The project ” The technical architect and the art of dissecting ” delves into the dissection of the layers of the construction process as a path to follow to achieve the works.

Also participating in the space were: JACOB DELAFON (sanitary fittings, furniture and taps); LEVANTINA (floor and baseboards in Naturamia natural stone) and LLADRÓ (decorative figures).

Prodis Foundation Space by Devesa & Agenjo

Prodis Foundation: Solidarity Space

In this edition, Casa Decor supports and gives visibility to the great work offered by the  Prodis Foundation,  an entity committed to people with intellectual disabilities to help them in their personal development and their inclusion in the workplace. It has its own space on the ground floor, ” 470 thanks “, designed by Ane Devesa and José Agenjo, from  Devesa & Agenjo Interiorismo.

The following have also collaborated in the project: NEOLITH (pedestals); TURN (mechanisms); ECOCLAY (clay mortar); PAINTINGS MOUNTED (painting); TUBES RADIATORI (thermofan); ORAC DECOR (baseboard); DELAMORA (furniture); APE GROUP (ceramic floor and wall tiles); ARITCO (elevator); KOO INTERNATIONAL (seats); CHEERFUL VIEW (decorative figures); AROMAS DEL CAMPO (sconces and lamps); ELITES (textiles); MISIA CASAMANCE (cushions); ORMO’S (poofs); PERALTA VIDAVI (ceiling lamp); YELLOW KORNER (photography); CEMENT DESIGN (side tables) and KAYMANTA (carpet).

Exhibitors Panel by Helena Rocha

Exhibitors Panel

This year the  Exhibitors Panel,  where all the information related to the companies taking part in the exhibition can be found, is a design by HELENAROCHA architecture. Under the name of  “ Siesta Room  , the Brazilian architect has created a space that invites you to disconnect, with natural and sustainable materials .

Official space collaborators: EL VÍNCULO ALEJAIRÉN (white wine DO La Mancha); NATUZZI ITALIA (chaise-longue and armchair); TARIMATEC (technical wood decorative profile); ECOCLAY (clay mortar) and TERRACONTI (continuous terrazzo flooring).

Technogym Space by Miriam Alía

The auditorium

The Casa Decor 2022 auditorium is the Technogym Space  “ New Eclipse ”, designed by  Miriam Alía.  The interior designer has organized the space into various environments. One of them is specially conditioned for conferences, press conferences and round tables  and the other is a modern room where the Power Personal elliptical cross trainer from the Personal family, designed by Antonio Citterio for Technogym, is exhibited.

The following have also participated in the Technogym Space : SODASTREAM (water gasification machines); PAINTINGS MOUNTED (paintings); HAGER (mechanisms and home automation); CEMENT DESIGN (cement coating); NAZARÍES SPACES (paving and decorative pieces); KA INTERNATIONAL (textiles); OLIVA ILUMINACIÓN (technical lighting and consultancy); STONE CAPTURE BY MARMOLSPAIN (table for speakers) and TORINCO (windows).

Modular GM Space by Nothin Studio

The restaurant

” Mono Viejo ” is the name of the restaurant at Casa Decor 2022, a project by Nothing Studio  for the company GM Modular , a leading manufacturer of switches and electrical solutions for the home. In the design of the space, the combination of industrial and natural materials with innovative proposals provided by technology stands out. One more year, Life Gourmet Catering, together with Ramón Freixà, will be the official operators of the restaurant, with a varied gastronomic proposal and the highest quality.

Official collaborators of Espacio GM Modular: DOMINIO FOURNIER (red wine DO Ribera del Duero); EL VÍNCULO ALEJAIRÉN (white wine DO La Mancha); SODASTREAM (water gasification machines); MATUSALEM RUM; TANQUERAY NO. TEN (gin); TARIMATEC (technical wood); TEGAR MOBEL (wine cellar and shelves); COORDONNÉ (ecological paints); INTERNATIONAL ART (wallpaper); CEMENT DESIGN (microcement coatings); ORAC DECOR (moldings); VELUX (roof window in patio); FERROMAGNO (stools and tables); MODBAR (coffee pot); LAPITEC (sintered stone); MUSEUM SURFACES (ceramic flooring); KA INTERNATIONAL (textiles); KRISKADECOR (aluminum curtains); MOBLIBERICA (chairs and tables) and STOKKE (Tripp Trapp chair).

Ron Matusalem Space by Marta Sánchez Zornoza

official drinks

Ron Matusalem  opens its own space at Casa Decor 2022: « Tasting Room » , by Marta Sánchez Zornoza, a sensory space that takes us to the Caribbean, where different Matusalem rums are presented.

Other companies that have collaborated in the space are: NIESSEN (mechanisms); BATHCO (washbasin and taps); ECOCLAY (mortar and clay paint); TERRACONTI (terrazzo bench) and STONE CAPTURE BY MARMOLSPAIN (marble cladding).

Left: Tanqueray No. TEN is a unique gin made with fresh citrus fruit (natural white grapefruits, Florida oranges and limes), which can be tasted in the restaurant and will be present in different spaces of the Exhibition.

Right: Alejairén, from Bodegas El Vínculo, DO La Macha, is the official white wine of the 57th edition of Casa Decor. It is an intense straw yellow color, clean and bright, and due to its nuances with balsamic and toasted notes, the perfect white to accompany starters and main dishes such as rice, pasta and fish.

Iza: Dominio Fournier,  DO Ribera del Duero, is the official red wine of Casa Decor 2022. It is a totally artisanal wine made from home-grown grapes in a land bounded by the course of the Duero River that embraces vineyards with more than 60 years of history.

Right: SodaStream ‘s sparkling water machines will also be a part of this year’s Show. Visitors to Casa Decor will have the opportunity to learn about its ease of use and the quality of the sparkling water.

Prodis Foundation Space by Devesa & Agenjo Interior Design

Entrance to the Exhibition

The  Comad Arquitectos  team has been in charge of designing the  Must Wanted Space,  winner of  the 2021 Casa Decor Audience Award.  Beatriz Enríquez Amo and Teresa Enríquez Amo have converted the entrance of the magnificent building that hosts this year’s edition into « Temple 89 «, an elegant space that welcomes the visitor.

Other companies that have participated in the space are: COSENTINO (Dekton sculptures); OLIVA ILUMINACIÓN (lamp and technical lighting) and MADRID FLOWER SCHOOL (flower installation).

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Livelli Architects is an interior | Architecture Design studio that offers the best service in interior design, Architecture & Landscape. A variety range of Residential & Commercial Projects based in Egypt, Dubai, Oman & Suadi Arabia. Known for luxury shopping, ultra-modern architecture, glamorous design, and exclusive lifestyle, In Giza, Egypt has one of the most admired interior design industries in the world where super-tall buildings meet a craving desire for luxury interiors. With this lively context in mind, Inspiration and Ideas has selected the best Interior designers from Egypt, that bring even more grandeur to this wonderful country with their luxury design projects!

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This charming villa Interior Design Project by Livelli Architects combines the neutral tones with a French vintage aesthetic, using white marble and extensive use of arabesque patterns to create a mix of Moroccan & Colonial styles.

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luxury villa fashioned in a mix of modern classic and contemporary design is a fascinating Interior Design Project imagined with an art-deco flair, as per the client’s request.

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Using neutral, white, and gold as well as earth tones, focusing on the use of wood, perfect for a memorable Luxury Experience in one of the most eclectic houses.

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A luxury residential Interior Design Project completed in 2020, project honors the richness of Moroccan culture by incorporating several traditional elements such as arabesque patterns. Shades of green, to reflect the historical use of rammed earth in the construction of buildings, thus achieving a high-end Contemporary Design rooted in tradition.

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Interview with Cecilie Manz

Interview with Cecilie Manz

Sheer coziness for that feel-good factor in the bathroom

Since the introduction of the Luv series, Nordic style has become a firm fixture in the bathroom. Danish designer Cecilie Manz’s minimalist design language invokes the Scandinavian concept of living for a brand-new sense of wellbeing. Carefully conceived materials that also appeal to the sense of touch emphasise the gentle forms and strict geometry. Perfectly harmonized color combinations round off the overall picture.

What emotion do you associate with the bathroom range Luv that you designed for Duravit?

For me, Luv is about sheer coziness for the perfect feel-good factor – natural, uncomplicated, and unobtrusive.

What’s most important to you in a bathroom?

The bathroom is one of the most intimate rooms and what matters to me are qualities like “clean, “functional”, and “comfortable”.  Everything should be hygienic and low-maintenance, it should work well and at the same time I want the materials, colors, and the overall ambience to exude a sense of wellbeing. In the bathroom I enjoy my “every day spa moment”.

The colors and surfaces that you’ve selected for the bathroom series Luv radiate natural warmth while simultaneously managing to appear contemporary. Where do you get your inspiration?

In the bathroom you often find cool and clear colors. Because Luv has a very pure design, it was important for me to create a cozy and welcoming component using subtle, natural tones. I often find inspiration for colors in nature – I always have a couple of pebbles in my bag.

What were the biggest challenges for you in designing furnishings for the bathroom?

I’m not sure if it makes such a big difference whether you’re designing a piece of furniture for the bathroom, the living room, or the kitchen. The design process involves the same approach and we go through the same mechanisms. At the same time, you have a greater responsibility to a certain extent: for me it feels as though each individual object that I design in the bathroom is tailor-made for the specific person buying it. That might be because each object in this room is so important. For instance, you might have various chairs in your home and can choose which one to use at any given time. You arrange your home how you want and are constantly moving things around. That’s not so easy in the bathroom. That’s why I also think that people’s decisions are a lot more conscious when selecting bathroom furniture.

Do you believe that people’s wishes in terms of bathroom furniture are changing?

It seems that bathrooms are constantly getting bigger. On the other side there is also a need for tiny, highly efficient bathrooms. In any case we expect the level of comfort enjoyed in the rest of the home to be part of bathroom, too: more warm colors, natural materials, coziness alongside inventive solutions for keeping it clean and using less water.

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such as Philippe Starck, sieger design, Christian Werner, Cecilie Manz and young talents such as Bertrand Lejoly and Kurt Merki Jr., the company develops unique bathrooms that enhance quality of life for users on a sustained basis. Duravit’s product portfolio comprises sanitary ceramics, bathroom furniture, bathtubs and shower trays, wellness systems, shower-toilets, tap fittings and accessories as well as installation systems.

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Design Limited Edition had the opportunity and the privilege to talk with the amazing and talented Jonh Coury, the co-founder of CM Studio Paris. Together with Florent Maillard, the interior designers give life to timeless interiors, with a taste of French elegance. We had a chance to discover all the details behind his outstanding work, are you ready to find out?

Jonh Coury and Florent Maillard founders of CM Studio Paris.
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When asked about the studio’s main mission, CM Studio Paris‘s co-founder shared that the goal is “to magnify the life of their customers by designing for them timeless and magical interiors. We want them to feel comfortable in refined environments that will remain perennially fashionable.” 

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Currently working on new and exciting projects, in France, the UK, Croatia, Serbia, and so on, Jonh Coury believes in the importance of social networks, rising in recent years, as a way to promote their work, and to keep a relationship with their audience, that goes behind continents, until Brazil!

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We believe that people are getting really bored with minimalism and that there is a real new interest for “twisted classicism”! “Nothing is more modern than antiquity” used to say Karl Lagerfeld.

Jonh Coury

Timeless interiors that magnify existence through eclecticism and poetry.

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French elegance and refinement are probably the aspects that best characterize CM Studio Paris, and what their clients feel more attracted by. “Most of our customers this year are Foreign customers for whom we are renovating apartments in Paris but also big properties in the French countryside and abroad”.   

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When it comes to the importance of craftsmanship, and its quality, Jonh Coury believes it gives them a competitive advantage, explaining why foreign customers are starting to approach CM Studio Paris to realize projects outside of France.

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The wonder duo keeps standing out with the most ostentatious and bespoke settings in the interior design world. According to the interior designer, in terms of upcoming design trends, maximalism is the way to go. “We believe that Light, shining metals, natural materials, round shaped furniture, and maximalism will be more and more attractive in the years to come. And CM Studio Paris has a role in promoting those trends to a brand new category of customers.”

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Martyn Lawrence Bullard is a multi-award-winning interior designer based in Los Angeles. Known for a wide range of styles and his eclectic, yet refined and inviting interiors, Martyn has been consistently named one of the best 100 interior designers in the world by Architectural Digest, is frequently on the A-list of Elle Decor, and was named one of the top 25 designers by Hollywood Reporter.

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Take a look at some of our favorite residential projects!

Island-Vibed Beach House

This dreamy beach house in MauiHawaii belongs to a famous Kite Surfer, Ed Freedman. And it could be the dream home of anyone who loves being close to the beach and nature!

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A stairway to heaven welcomes you when entering the main house. Hand-carved by local island craftsmen and wrapped in rope for an island-vibed handrail, the koa wood spiral staircase reminds of a fish’s spine. Vintage Eames stools add a mid-century style to keep a modern and eclectic vibe. The custom sofa is in a fabric by Peter Dunham, and the cocktail table is by Jayson Home.

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A stylish bathroom with a Moroccan vibe in the middle of Hawaii? Sounds beautiful to us! The walls, flooring, and tub are tiled in handmade Moroccan zellige, the sink fittings are by California Faucets and the vintage and antique Chinese ceramics are from JF Chen.

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Full of natural light and surrounded by outside nature, this bedroom highlights the tropical and eclectic style of the entire home.


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Tranquil Balinese-Style Retreat

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A simple and beautiful beach house that evokes an emotional stimulus to the verdant landscaping around it and the sights and sounds of the ocean in the backyard.

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For this living room in Malibu, Martyn Lawrence Bullard picked ocean and earth tones. A mixture of Japanese textiles on upholstery, Danish mid-century furnishings, and Balinese-inspired motifs fill the interior creating a soft yet distinctive expression.

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Tuscany-Styled Villa

A modern home in Calabasas, Los Angeles, inspired by the region of Tuscany, in Italy.

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Martyn Lawrence Bullard created the most modernly sophisticated and kid-friendly interiors.

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Neutral tones were used in the background in order to enhance the client’s impressive mid-century furniture collection as well as the unpredictable splashes of color found in the artwork and details of the home.

Aside from being an interior designer, Martyn Lawrence Bullard is also a television personality with a range of tv shows and programs. The most famous are: Million Dollar Decorators, Hollywood Me, The Talk, and Hollywood at Home.

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