Conceived as an urban oasis, the new guestrooms of the W Hotel designed by BBG-BBGM offer a respite from the chaos of the city by immersing the guest in soothing colors and textures inspired by nature. Curving, organic shapes complement modern angles while crisp white is softened with tones from the forest and earth.
Wow and Extreme Wow Specialty Suites Designed to evoke the essence of “chill”- offsetting New York City’s adrenaline and energy, the newly redesigned Wow and Extreme Wow (E Wow) specialty suites at the W Lexington offer something highly coveted and rare in urban environments – a unique experiential setting filled with unpredictable creativity.
Fjäll (pronounced fee–yawl) is a ski resort, located just in front of the Wombats Ramble home trail. The apartments offer one of the most stunning views on the mountain with all apartments looking over the picturesque Tawonga valley.
Fjäll, Scandinavian for mountain has been created marrying the European traditional ski lodge feel with a contemporary twist. Each apartment feature smoked and limed oak timber floors and wall paneling; custom designed oak timber joinery with Calcutta marble bench tops and heated balconies for entertaining in winter.
This 100-year-old chapel in the Dutch city of Utrecht was designed to meet the needs of an order of Catholic monks. But [the owners], who bought the redbrick building—part of a deconsecrated monastery—had a very different wish list, including luxurious kitchen cabinets and bathroom fixtures.
Once Zecc Architects’s Marnix van der Meer had laid out the various spaces, he faced the challenge of lighting them. All the existing windows were leaded glass, not exactly a good sources of daylight. Instead of simply inserting clear glass, he says he painted the walls the “whitest white we could find.” Now, the windows festoon the interior with colorful images that travel as the sun moves through the sky. “We actually intensified the windows’ effect,” he says.
Hotel Boutique La Purificadora is located in the oldest part of the historic center of Puebla just opposite of the Church of San Francisco. Converted from colonial stucture from the 1800s, the hotel used to be an ice factory. Much of the old structure including the wood and stone walls have been incorporated in the new design.
Pal’s, by Joseph Dirand
Following on success of Hotel Habita in Monterrey, Mexico Grupo Habita unveils its 8th property, Distrito Capital, in Mexico City’s international business neighborhood of Santa Fe, and most resolutely the world’s 21st-Century metropolis. With Distrito Capital, the Company once again carries its signature chic and outstanding service to previously unthought-of environments and transforms them into instant classics.
The latest, most arresting interior design trends this time courtesy of Parisian Joseph Dirand come into their own at Distrito Capital. Grupo Habita left nothing to chance, from the most prominent vintage furnishings like Eames & Saarinen’s Organic Chair to details like John Pawson’s cutlery, and even in the smallest (yet significant) in-room amenities from Acqua di Parma. In all spaces, rigorous horizontals and verticals are enhanced by modern furnishings courtesy of Platt, Hansen and Aalto among others.
Autoban has completed a hotel interior project in Istanbul. Each room was designed as one space where you can eat, rest and sleep. Patterns made from laser cut wood or iron create layers, and combine with existing Autoban furniture.
Designed as a showpiece of modern architecture and contemporary furniture, Planit is the merger between Milan-based architecture firm Bestetti Associati Studio, and B&B Italia. The prefab house is a built as a showhome for the Company’s products.
Nothing is a new commercial creative agency formed by Michael Jansen and Bas Korsten that has just opened its doors in Amsterdam. The Nothing office is an unusual construction too, in that it is built almost entirely out of cardboard.
via: Creative Review
Seyhan Özdemir and Sefer Çağla have completed an interior in Istanbul, a marriage of mixed signals, and yet somehow it works; liberal doses of Autoban furniture and lighting, mixed with a few classics in a crumbling old world building.