Baux Acoustic tiles and wall panels are new and innovative products made form an environment-friendly, recyclable material obtained from a combination of wood wool, cement and water. The natural components together provide many functional characteristics. The range of sound absorbing tiles and panels offer a host of architectural functions. Baux Acoustic tiles come in six shapes and a wide range of normal colors, plus the option of custom printing colors if wanted. Each piece of the collection is made to mix and match to create any pattern.
The patterns of the wall panels include check, horizontal, vertical, diagonal and quilt, available in a selection of 22 colors and chosen to echo Scandinavian landscapes. Wood wool used in the manufacturing process of these acoustic tiles and panels is created with zero waste in Sweden’s local forests, where local spruce trees supply the timber. Read More
The Pill Wall Desk is designed by Lithuanian based company Emko as a treatment against clutter and messy environments. Multifunctional and stylish, the desk aims to make small spaces more useful for your laptop, files, books, and everyday work necessities and to provide a remedy against cluttered living spaces. In shape of a round cabinet that works fixed to a wall, the Pill wall desk can instantly transform into a fully-functional working place, a dressing table, or even a bar depending on the user’s necessities.
The round cabinet can be installed on a wall at any height with an interior that features display and storage spaces. With adjustable shelving system, the piece can adapt to all needs and comes even equipped with sockets and the option of integrating LED lights. Read More
Working with existing buildings and imposed building norms often forces architects to come up with unique homes that seem far more exciting than the mundane. Part of a beautiful neighborhood in Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan, the Administrative House is one such residence where the past and the present are carefully intertwined without overstepping local construction limitations. The stylish modern house was designed by DOG for a couple who are as enthusiastic about their bikes as they are about a relaxing and minimal interior. Apart from building regulations and the need for an open ambiance, another defining feature of the home is its old retaining wall. Read More
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The initial plan of Eugene and Irene, the hosts of this studio apartment, was to find a flat in the heart of St. Petersburg with a quiet backyard for themselves, but over time they started to rent it out. The apartment is located in a historical three-storey building, right opposite the Saint Petersburg Stieglitz State Academy of Art and Design – a building with gorgeous architecture and history. Read More
Contemporary lofts with an industrial flavor definitely draw their inspiration from the various neighborhoods of New York City and its revitalized industrial buildings. The Wall Street Loft renovated by Lauren Rubin Architecture epitomizes this modern industrial revival with delightful use of contrasting textures and styles. The smart loft captivates with a blend of exposed brick wall sections, warm wooden surfaces, contemporary finishes that offer polished refinement and beautiful lighting that relies on natural ventilation. All these individual elements are seamlessly combined giving the interior modernity, elegance and an identity of its own. Read More
Designer wall coverings play an important part in giving your home a completely new and fresh look. Nowadays, wall coverings have a wide variety of designs and patterns that can suit the mood and taste of everyone.
If you were to buy a vinyl wallpaper 30 years ago for your kitchen, bathroom or office area, you would have only found thick and uglish designs. In recent years, vinyl wall coverings are uber attractive, and especially if you take a look at the Glamora products, you won’t have to choose between practicality and good looks. Read More
When we talk about maximizing space and making use of the available vertical room to the fullest, it does not mean you have to sacrifice aesthetics. With a hint of innovation one can easily come up with custom solutions that effortlessly blend form and functionality. Part of an old mansion, this kids’ bedroom designed by Van Staeyen Interior Architects moves away from the mundane thanks to the bespoke double beds and loft play area inside. An attic room, the light-filled bedroom with sloped ceiling still has enough space for this unique creation that seems as creative as it is fun! Read More
Even as kids all of us love to collect things and there comes a time in our lives when what started out as a fun pastime turns into a serious hobby. In case of some, collecting their favorite item becomes an obsession of sorts and can engulf their entire lives. But for the less passionate who use collections to create lovely displays, it is all about aesthetics, trends and ways in which one can add to the visual appeal of their home. The items we collect might change over time, but it is undoubtedly their presence as a curated group that makes the biggest visual impact. Read More