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  • Contemporary Flooring Trends in Modern Commercial Buildings

    There was a time when designers had to choose between nylon carpets in varying shades of grey or utilitarian concrete. Options were limited and unless it was a high-end design, expensive materials such as marble or granite were off the menu. Today, the situation is very different. Modern commercial interior designers are spoilt for choice. […] More

  • New York Like You’ve Never Seen It Before Through The Lens of Raylivez

    Photographer RAYLIVEZ shines a new light on New York the city of dreams despite displaying it through its fog infused moments, often resulting in shots taken to an apocalyptic yet dreamy sentiment. Ray a New Yorker and founder of Welivez is also a member of NYC Primeshot and has shared his vision of NYC to […] More

  • SoCal Historic Home Design: Rancho Santa Fe Case Study

    The Historic American Building Survey completed by the National Park Service compiled a detailed and fascinating history of the architectural design elements of the properties located in Rancho Santa Fe. This gorgeous area is a modern testament to the power of community planning and a devotion to artistic style and architectural beauty. 1841 Land Grant […] More

  • Street Artist Banksy Opens a Hotel!

    THE WALLED OFF HOTEL is the latest projects by famously anonymous street artist Banksy, who opened the hotel on a controversial location in Bethlem. Banksy’s sole purpose is to bring attention to this ridiculously ongoing political situation, where a wall not far from the location is part of daily lives of the inhabitants on both […] More

  • Lingenhel Interior Design Project by destilat

    destilat practice team had a massive task on their hand when it came to shaping the interior design of Lingenhel, the address combining a shop, a bar, a cheesy dairy and a restaurant in Vienna, Austria. destilat shaped the interior design concept for this project, which combines old and new components and transforms visits to this […] More

  • Ladurée Quai Des Bergues by India Mahdavi

    Interior Designer India Mahdavi is widely known for her whimsical sentiment in approach to interior design, the Ladurée Quai Des Bergues in Geneva is a striking example of her work. The cafe is housed inside of the famed Hôtel des Bergues in Geneva, Switzerland. RELATED: FIND MORE INSPIRING INTERIOR DESIGN IDEAS See more of the […] More

  • Lavish Apartment in Paris by Royal Roulotte Design Studio

    Located in Paris‘ Rue Boissière this lavish family apartment was masterfully redesigned by Royal Roulotte Design Studio. Dating to the Haussmann era the apartment is one of those which did not have a chance to get renovated, and typical for that era of apartment design it had by modern living standards bathroom and kitchen areas […] More

  • City Villa by ARRCC

    Designed by ARRCC, this house is a modernist interplay of rectangular forms, perpendicularly opposed with cantilevered concrete elements to create a powerful and sculptural composition. RELATED: Find More Inspiring Homes on ARCHISCENE Discover more of the property after the jump:  More


    American artist Doug Aitken has designed a small house like project entitled MIRAGE, covered entirely in mirrors, in the desert outside Palm Springs. The Mirage sculpture is shaped by the sentiment of a ranch like American home. However the design is is put together out of mirrored surfaces which reflect the surrounding area and thus hide the design […] More


    The design proposal by HORIZON DESIGN STUDIO for the National War Museum in India competition is based on intuitive and sympathetic approach to the context and surrounding of Central Delhi also known as Luyten’s Delhi. The proposed Museum Design encourages the visitors at India gate and Central Vista / Vijay path as well as from Copenicus Marg […] More

  • Trend by Lotta Agaton for Stockholm Furniture Fair

    During the recently wrapped up Stockholm Furniture Fair world renowned interior design stylist Lotte Agaton has presented her exhibition TREND. “I have created the trend exhibition at this weeks furniture fair in Stockholm. To me that was a bit complex since I don’t really like the way we tend to use the word trend today. […] More

  • National Art History Library In Paris Opens After 10 Years

    National Art History Library located at Rue de Richelieu in In Paris opened its door after 10 years of renovation. In charge of this extensive renovation project was architecture practice Bruno Gaudin and Virginie Brégal. The location is home both to National Art History Library as well as the The National Library of France. Photo © […] More

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