Silvia Massa is an interior designer who plays the interior as a setting where space, color, light, form, function and technology use interact harmoniously. Through the work of his study, seeks to integrate the functionality with the identity of those living spaces. His research is well summarized in his web space where, thanks to an intuitive interface in Flash, you can directly experience the performance of his “Easy Wallpaper” giant stickers to decorate the walls of places lived. Pop references, and natural elements in the fictional Eastern decorations proposals. Some elements, then, are the silhouettes of objects of furniture often already present in the home, but made in a different key-tone choice and temporal references. Fun and stylish alternative to give new life to the walls of your home
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Mon Petit a shop is not uncommon for children, designed by Architect Miquel Goods and MSB workshop office in Andorra. This is a different place as early as the concept: Mon Petit is in fact a sustainable store, where they sell used toys and possibly refurbished. The interior design consists of steel plates in an unusual black (spaces for children are usually very colorful), but able to reflect the colors of the toys on display, has a specific intention to transform the structure into a “sculptural and sincere, “as described by the same creators. Read the rest of this entry »
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In this loft, where structural elements such as exposed wooden beams and bricks, are clearly identifiable, living wisely placed a design that plays on the contrast between timeless black and white. In the lounge there is the white sofa Sancal of Eleva, combined with a coffee table painted aluminum Bonaldo Planet of Light, while blacks are the pillows and the rug. Read the rest of this entry »
Propellor is a multidisciplinary studio based in Vancouver who designs lighting, furniture and interior design. Toby Baratt, Pamela Goddard and Nik Rust, Propellor designer, developing their projects from the use and reuse of natural materials or recycled. Read the rest of this entry »
Top Floor is a small London company founded in 1998 which is mainly engaged in carpet production. Among the most interesting pieces is undoubtedly Effervescent Rug, designed by Esti Barnes, designer and founder of Top Floor. It ‘s a very colorful rug, made of many circular pieces of different sizes and made with a three-dimensional well-marked, that somehow seems to remember the stones in the world of fairy tales.
In this apartment in St. Petersburg, the tones chosen for the furnishings and finishes are certainly harbingers of brightness or multi-colored: dark tones predominate in fact, with however a lighting system worth noting. Also the use of reflective surfaces, such as graphite ceilings, or iridescent, pearl-like effect, which changes color depending on how light is reflected, gives every room a special charm. Read the rest of this entry »