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India Mahdavi’s interior design studio develops through her creations a certain vision of happiness and color, which she never ceases to sustain. Today we’re proud to present you with India Mahdavi’s incredible interior design hospitality and contract projects.
From the Hotel du Cloitre in Arles to the Monte Carlo Beach Hotel in Monaco, to the gallery at the Sketch in London or Ladurée in Los Angeles and Tokyo, India Mahdavi has designed a variety of venues, bars, restaurants, retail concepts, clubs, and hotels. She is an architect and designer who makes a distinctive, diverse, and itinerant mark on the modern scene, celebrating an eastern pop in the west.
She debuts her first furniture line in 2003 and opens her boutique at 3 rue des Cases. She establishes her ‘petits objets’ store at 19 Rue Las Cases in 2011, with the goal of promoting a variety of crafts and ancient traditions, as well as her characteristic color palette.
In 2020, she will open the third space, which is midway between a window and a gallery, at 29 rue de belle chasse (at the end of rue las cases). In a testament to workmanship, the program will grow with the space, transcending borders and viewpoints.
Created for Jean-Francois Piège, the Thoumieux was conceived like a private dining room, as a sort of portrait of the starred chef. It’s a hedonistic and joyful place in which the atmosphere is reminiscent of Chabrol’s or Sautet’s films. India Mahdavi and m/m (Paris) have collaborated to instill the warm atmosphere of a country house in the city.
This project, which united India Mahdavi and Joseph Dirand under the Oetker collection (the bristol, the cap Eden roc, or even the chateau saint-martin & spa) redefined the codes of a five-star mountain hotel. The 53 rooms, suites, private chalets with spa and cinema and penthouse embellish the essence of a large family dwelling. The Scandinavian pine wood, fior di bosco veined marble, wool, polychrome velvets, and brushed brass bestow an intimate atmosphere to India Mahdavi’s rooms. All the furniture was tailor-made to create, under the blonde wood ceiling units, a sensation of ultimate luxury.
‘For the beach hotel, I imagined a timeless romance inspired by the Cote d’Azur’s imagery: Matisse’s colored juxtapositions, George Hoynigen-Huene’s striking photographs of elegant young women in their bathing suits or the Riva, a symbol of a distinguished lifestyle’.
In the twenty suites of London’s finest hotel, India Mahdavi transposed tradition into a colorful and joyful statement. The ambiance created from the selection of textiles to the wallpaper, such as the fan-shaped thread of the art deco marquetry, breathes a new life into an emblematic place frequented at the time by princess Eugenie, Winston Churchill, or Paul Morand.
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Joseph Dirand is a prominent Paris-based interior designer known for his impeccable taste and classic projects. Today, we’re happy to show you some of his great interior design work.
Joseph Dirand has been honing his vision since boyhood, and he truly understands how to look. He perceives a location’s space and viewpoint. He has a scenographer’s eye and frames volume with extraordinary accuracy, and his sense of composition derives from his artistic family heritage.
He recognizes the way light plays on relief and flat surfaces, analyzes the structure, notices the tiniest of details, notices the number of characteristics in a material, and appreciates the rightness of color.
Every task, no matter how big or little takes a long time to develop, aided by study into texture, composition, color, ambiance, context, and history. Through bold decisions and powerful directions, he objectivizes this impressionist response.
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Roomcode was founded by Gerhard Wittl in 2007 after 12 years of professional experience. After six years of professional experience with architects and architects and interior designers in Munich, Vienna, and Linz. The entrance into the self-employment takes place over the company Loher Raumexklusiv (company Vedder Munich GmbH).
International and national clients are served in high-end interior design over a period of five years from
from the conception, execution planning up to the object supervision independently and holistic cared for. An unconventional, goal-oriented career as a “basic” for his freelance work.
There are 12 employees – Karla Kremser, Ulrich Kapfer, Julisha Dierks, Severin Blach, Sonja Rieger, Veronika Wimmer, Paulin Emmrich, Patrizia Steinbach, Brandon Lenk, Jennifer Friedrich, Patrizia Weigert, Frauke Kern – since 2012 and are sure to continue growing.
Surprising the guest with an extraordinary spatial solution on only 25 sqm floor space. The rooms are located on the top floor. The ceiling was removed and integrated into the room to create “sky suites”. With an harmonious combination of contemporary elements with natural materials.
Authentic reference to the location of the hotel. With natural elements taken up harmoniously into the interiors.
We had decided on Mr. Wittl intuitively.Kristian and Sebastian Nielsen
Big decisions, like the remodeling of our restaurant or many of our hotel rooms, should rather be decided by gut feeling. We found in Mr. Wittl an ally who could think and steer vision and mission, soulful design and user-friendly technology, together with us. He took a lot of time for the sparkling ideas we came up with together. Difficulties arose on the one hand due to the old building renovation and on the other hand due to the time pressure in interaction with some craftsmen – but the tension of nerves and drops of sweat were worth it.
The result turned out brilliant!
Implementation of a design that fits into the interior design inventory, which has remained unchanged for 17 years.
Authentic reference to the nature of the Bavarian Forest. Light, shadow play through artistic metal elements, which sway in space glittering and shining.
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Founded in 1971 by Robert J. DiLeonardo the first interior design studio in Providence with a focus on hospitality interiors. So for today’s article, we bring to you some DiLeonardo Hotel Bar & Lounge Ideas.
With offices in Boston, New York, London and Hong Kong, successful projects followed in the Middle East, India and Europe, a third international office in Dubai was established in 2003 and the fourth international office, Manila in 2006.
James Lehouiller, Lia and Giana DiLeonardo began managing DiLeonardo’s four global offices, 100 employees, and a quickly-growing roster of premium worldwide clients.
With a dynamic team, they foster the expression of each contributor talents and perspectives in order to generate more creative designs for the clients.
Set in the heart of Chicago’s Financial District, The LaSalle offers guests a luxurious experience. The hotel boasts 232 guest rooms, a signature restaurant, a state-of-the-art fitness center, and an abundance of meeting and event space.
Arizona’s extraordinary Sonoran Desert surrounds The Boulders, with its old Spanish-influenced adobe style architecture.
Polynesian resort themed architecture and landscaping dedicated to the spirit of the Polynesian islands. This vernacular melds Polynesia with the heart of a theme park experience.
Where elegant features meet culturally inspired touches, there is the Hilton Resorts World Manila. Nestled within the metro’s largest integrated resort, award-winning interior architectural design firm, DiLeonardo International, captures the richness of Manila’s lively culture through a refined interpretation of texture, material and details that reflect the heritage and craft of the Philippines.
The city of Portland, ME, once famed for its industry and prodigious shipyards, is now a central destination for visitors looking to experience the quintessential New England lifestyle.
Influenced by the awe-inspiring site and natural surroundings, the hotel embodies the shape of the rising sun and symbolizes harmony and unity.
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Founded in 1989, Bilkey LLinas Design and since then, the firm has specialized in the realization of projects for the high-end hospitality market. So for today’s article, we bring to you some of the best hotel projects from Bilkey LLinas Design.
Committed to proving the best luxury hospitality solutions, Bilkey LLinas Design is dedicated to crossing the standard boundaries in the hospitality design industry, with the help of the studio’s skilled architects and designers team.
With the constant change in the international hotel industry, Bilkey Llinas Design is aware of the constant growth of the technological demands of the clients, providing original and innovative solutions.
Their projects include hotels, resorts, casinos, and spas. Bilkey Llinas Design is focused on surpassing new frontiers in the industry.
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Jacques Garcia is a French architect and interior designer, he is based in Paris, the capital of fashion design. The artist is mostly known for his extravagant taste and projects, mainly Paris hotels and restaurants.
In 1980 he makes a name for himself with the incredible decoration of his private mansion, the Hôtel de Sagonne. This project allowed him to launch a successful career in France doing numerous projects in the French capital. Later, his success and recognition became international with the opening of the Wynn in Las Vegas, l’hôtel Victor in Miami, La réserve in Geneva and Spice Market in New York.
Jacques Garcia’s richness pays homage to and maintains the Belle Époque style, while also delving into Bohemian opulence and Oriental elegance. His ability to create classically ornate interiors while still accommodating the modern requirements of a hotel or private property is crucial to his success.
In this design, we see the defining characteristics of Jaques Garcia’s designs. Although the colour palette is more neutral than usual, the furniture is imposing and characteristic of the Belle Epoque.
As with the previous design, there is a very strong presence of Belle Epoque inspiration. However, in this project, the designer has kept the tones used at the time and all the golden details that together with the rest, convey the idea of luxury and power.
Black, white and gold, the three colours which are divine on their own, combined with a red carpet the luxurious effect is guaranteed.
Inspired by Oriental culture, this project by Jacques Garcia reflects all the elegance of its source of inspiration.
With a mixture of inspirations, this reception presents us luxury, serenity and comfort. The peak of comfort is transmitted by the velvet sofa.
In this project, Jacques Garcia was mainly inspired by Oriental Culture. We see this inspiration in the chosen colour palette, in the motifs of the carpet and the headboard of the bed. Although it is a spectacular room, what makes it unique are the details found in the various areas of the room.
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Pierre-Yves Rochon is a French Interior Designer born in 1946 and founder of the Pierre-Yves Rochon (PYR) Interior Design Studio, with offices in Paris and Chicago.
The PYR Interior Design Studio was founded in 1979 in Pierre´s hometown, Paris, but right now it has a collaborative office in Chicago as well. Currently the Studio is part of Perkins and Will, a design firm with 25 offices around the world.
Pierre´s Interior Design Studio focuses mainly on luxury hospitality projects and some residential environments. A proof of this is the numerous awards gathered alongside major hospitality brands, such as the Four Seasons, Ritz-Carlton, St. Regis, Peninsula, among others.
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B+H Architects have been working with clients across the globe to design buildings and environments for more than 65 years.
B+H combines strategic thinking with bold and inspiring design to transform spaces, communities, and economies. They bold design solutions are inspired by the confidence that’s derived from honed insight, active listening, fearless entrepreneurialism, and a collaborative fusion of perspectives.
B+H Architects build homes, design cities, and improve infrastructure for sustainable industrial development and urban living. With a global team of architects, designers, planners, engineers and other specialists, provides best-in-class consultancy across the full urban, industrial and infrastructure development value chain.
The Surbana Jurong Group has grown to become one of the largest Asia based urban and infrastructure consulting firm. With more than 14,500 employees across and more than 130 offices.
The exclusive private dining room is outfitted with a generously sized custom-made table made of exotic wood veneer, chairs clad in beautifully detailed leather, a rich wool and silk area rug all while being surrounded by deep millwork and gold accents.
Situated in Yuelan Bay with a mountain backdrop, the Greenland Primus Resort Sanya provides modern travellers a peaceful and relaxing retreat away from the hustle and bustle on Hainan Island, also known as the Eastern Hawaii.
The space combines local cultural influences with the contemporary, minimalist trend, offering a unique tropic experience for the guests.
Situated in the heart of Tsim Sha Tsui, one of Hong Kong’s most vibrant precincts, the Humphreys provides guests a cozy yet modern home away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
In order to deliver a warm and relaxing atmosphere, wooden materials and soothing colors were purposefully selected as the base of the design, while the contemporary touches in the details keep things modern.
Situated near the vibrant retail and dinning hub of Causeway Bay, Hong Kong Island, this 613-key urban hotel attracts mostly business travelers from East Asia & South East Asia.
In 2018, CHIL redesigned the guestrooms and public spaces in this hotel property to meet the needs of today’s modern business travelers, allowing them to conduct business and relax at the same time.
Myanmar, a region closed off to the world until as recently as this decade, is undergoing a major tourism renaissance, and at the forefront of this phenomenon are two visually arresting 5-star and 4-star luxury river cruise ships, the RV Samatha & RV Princess Panhwar.
This design project, completed in 2015, marked the first foray into the hospitality transport sector for our interior design studio. Because of the unique setting of this project, our Client was looking for custom design concepts that were true to their context.
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Commercial Design inspiration is what we bring you today in this article!
Kelly Hoppen Interiors was founded over 43 years ago, and she and her talented team create multi-faceted couture interiors, advising on every aspect and detail of a project. Exclusive commercial properties, private homes, turnkey properties, superyachts, private jets, and 5* hotels are among the projects in the portfolio.
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Kelly is passionate about making her design ethos accessible to the general public, and she has authored nine books, collaborated with select brands to create a range of home products, and is frequently featured on numerous television shows, including ITV’s This Morning, where she regularly shares her expertise with members of the public.
Kelly Hoppen CBE, a multi-award-winning designer, is one of the most sought-after designers of her generation. Kelly’s ever-evolving style, defined by a subtle fusion of clean lines and neutral tones and intuitively balanced with an opulent warmth, has been honoured with numerous prestigious awards and accolades, including a CBE in 2009 for services to interior design.
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Luxury Hospitality inspiration is what we bring you in this article today!
Martin Brudnizki founded the firm in 2000, and it now employs over 70 interior designers, architects, lighting designers, product designers, and art consultants. It has experience creating hotels, restaurants, bars, and private members’ clubs, as well as residential developments and assisting a select number of people in designing their dream homes.
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A profound commitment to the individual and their experience of an interior is at the heart of the Studio’s work. The Studio hand-crafts environments that allow our clients to develop personal and long-lasting relationships with their interior spaces by carefully studying a project’s context and a client’s lifestyle, a dedication to functionality, and a love of layering different materials, textures, and styles.
As a result of this experience, the Studio has developed a high level of expertise in the design and implementation of high-profile and luxury schemes, always reducing the complexity of any project to simple design solutions.
The new Annabel’s communicates a design that draws direct links to flora and fauna in an eclectic and playful manner, taking inspiration from the new building’s garden and verdant greenery of Berkeley Square, as well as the spirit of English eccentricity. Each floor of the four-story Georgian townhouse tells a different story based on various gardens depicted throughout history, all while paying homage to the listed building’s original architectural detailing.
The Mayfair Club, located on the ground floor of The Bellagio and reinventing the traditional concept of dinner and dancing, has unbeatable views across to the iconic fountain display.
Carne Mare is a chophouse and seafood restaurant owned by Noho Hospitality and renowned New York chef Andrew Carmellini.
The two-story restaurant and bar are located in Downtown Manhattan’s historic South Street Seaport district.
MBDS assisted the Royal grocers in introducing their brand to Asia, inspired by the elegance and sophistication of Fortnum & Mason’s iconic Piccadilly store.
The new Fortnum & Mason, located in the ultra-modern K11 Musea on Hong Kong’s picturesque Victoria Harbour, stands as a beacon of English hospitality in a burgeoning market. Fortnum & Mason consists of a full shop floor and a separate restaurant, 181, serving lunch, afternoon tea, and dinner on two floors with panoramic views of the Hong Kong skyline.
The Four Seasons Astir Palace, located on the Athenian Riviera, is a hotel with a glamorous heritage that has recently undergone a full refurbishment.
Our design for the hotel’s signature F&B spaces, which are spread across two sites, Nafsika and Arion, includes Pelagos, Mercato, and Avra – a sleek waterfront lounge with views over the Saronic Gulf.
The Costes Family and the Beaumarly Group own and operate Les Jardins du Presbourg, a restaurant and bar.
It is located on Avenue de la Grande Armée in Paris’s sixteenth arrondissement and draws inspiration from the tree-lined streets and L’Etoile, the unmistakable memorial built to honour the people of Paris.
Linnaean, named after the Swedish botanist Carl Linnaeus, the father of modern taxonomy, embodies Linnaeus’ pioneering spirit, bringing new life to the luxury salon and beauty treatment scene. Visitors are encouraged to relax and luxuriate in the comfort of Linnaean by introducing a casual dining concept, extending their stay and reaping the benefits of the relaxing ambience.
Mr. C Coconut Grove is an elegant and glamorous destination evoking Italy’s golden era, capturing the timeless charm of Italy’s iconic coastal style.
The interiors were inspired by the simplicity and materiality of a classic yacht, with high gloss timber panelling adorning the walls of the double-height lobby. Murano glass chandeliers hang above a large-scale terrazzo floor in the reception lobby area, welcoming guests into the cool hotel’s carefully layered mid-century Italian style.
Pink Mamma, with its eye-catching pink tiled façade, offers all-day dining in a relaxed and vibrant setting. Verdant planting on each level draws the eye up to the garden rooftop, which offers views of the city, while a floor-to-ceiling glazed panel creates a peek-hole view of what’s inside.
The restaurant has been designed with the spirit of Miami in mind, exuding an elegant and luxurious aesthetic. The restaurant’s reputation as an iconic members’ club to the prominent and illustrious names of the golden era is revived through the implementation of art deco-inspired chandeliers, an oversized hand-painted mural, and verdant planting native to Miami.
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The moniker Humbert et Poyet continues popping up in design circles. The duo is known for its refined and bold designs around the world!
The iconic duo Humbert et Poyet is composed by Christophe Poyet, a Monegasque and a Parisian, Emil Humbert. Poyet is an interior architect who graduated from the prestigious Académie Charpentier in Paris, Humbert is an architect that studied at the École Nationale d’Architecture Paris-Belleville.
They resolved to team together in 2007 to form the Humbert & Poyet agency in the Principality. Humbert and Poyet conquered the world with their magnificent designs. They have passed through Hong Kong, Dubai, Paris, Budapest, Mykonos, Malta, Luxembourg and Mexico City. In all the places they passed through, each imbued with its own distinct visual concept and identity.
Inspired by the project and its location, the interior designers created a space with neutral and blue tones. Reflecting the exterior into the interior of the store, forming a pleasant and luxurious space.
Combining influences and esthetics: modernism, mid-century Italian architecture and design, Art Deco, 1950s and ’70s design icons, Hollywood glamour and artisanal savoir-faire, the duo created luxurious designs like this one for 55C. With clean lines and golden details.
As we mentioned above, their approach to design is the same: creating compositions and mixing time periods.
This project for the luxurious Maison Weill was special. This former factory is Weill’s Parisian base. The place was initially an industrial building, one of the largest workshops in Paris. The mission in this project was to respect and reflect the history and the perfect expression of the company’s identity. Humbert et Poyet did it with wisdom and charm, bringing some modern elements to the design but perfectly balanced with the historian architecture.
With elements reminiscent of nature, such as marble and wood featured on the walls, the interior designers did justice to the luxury brand situated on the Croisette, an area known for its parades of film and music celebrities.
What is more luxurious than black and gold tones? With this design, Humbert et Poyet not only enhanced the Wine Palace but also the products, showing the beauty and elegance of the wine bottles.
For this project, they imagined plays of mirrors, geometry, and textiles, visualizing the space like a movie decor, so that the creator’s spectacular personality could emerge. Obsessed with attention to detail, they even design the bulk of furniture and lighting to provide a complete experience to clients. Humbert et Poyet suggest a new notion of luxury, one that is subtle but theatrical, less austere and more pleasant, and that blends eras from classicism to modernity.
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Charles Zana, one of the most talented and known french interior designers, went from Paris to London, via New York, Tel Aviv, and Monaco, Charles Zana has provided finesse and expertise to the world’s most beautiful interiors.
The designer studied architecture at the Beaux-Arts in Paris. Later he defined his unique style sought by his client who seeks the exclusive vision of this art lover, creatively passionate about design. Sequentially, he conveys his sensibility for both art and design by extracting from their essence. He proposes to usher in a new era, one in which classicism is revisited and fused with emotion, allowing his marvellous and unique works to connect with his clients. Charles Zana takes a holistic approach to each new project.
30 years of expertise let the studio work and create exceptional projects all over the world. Charles Zana’s firm has international experience in different areas as scenography, design, and residential and commercial projects. Today we present to you some commercial projects the artist created.
With a taste for elegance, inspired by Matisse, Calder and Picasso, the Hotel Lou Pinet decoration owns several items from that era, when matched with the provincial design, conceives a unique creation.
The inspiration from the previous artists follows to the bedrooms. Combined with the plentiful natural light, the interiors of the Hotel are sophisticated and intimate.
Inspired by the historic charm of this magnificent village, Zana created interior harmonies for each private space. The hotel was presented with a timeless Provence design, the result of the perfect combination of classic and modernity.
A secret place of the hotel that allows the client to relax and enjoy the nature that surrounds the room.
With an imponent sofa designed by Charles Zana, this convivial common area is the perfect combination of modernism and art.
A project different from the previous ones, this boutique was one of the master creations of Zana, with a classic design that evoques luxury and refines.
A close look allows us to see the amazing details this boutique have. In addition to the golden details, the boutique also features a magnificent mural painting.
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André Fu Studio: Modern Luxurious Hotels Projects, is our topic for today’s article. André Fu Studio is an international design studio in Hong Kong, founded by André Fu.
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André Fu holds a Masters in Architecture from Cambridge University. In 2016, he was named Designer of the Year for Maison & Objet Asia and was honoured in Wallpaper*s list of ‘Top 20 Interior Designers’. In 2019, Elle Décor China has named André “Interior Designer of The Year”.
For the past decade and a half, Fu’s vision has been defined by a seamless alignment of cultural and design sensibilities, modern luxury, art and craftsmanship.
With an extensive portfolio of projects throughout Asia and Europe, the studio has revolutionized the concept of modern luxury with a series of projects that reflect Fu’s signature artistic perspective and timeless sensibility.
Architect André Fu designed this hotel in Bangkok with bronze accents and soaring ceilings, reflecting the opulence and grandeur of the original Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City.
St Regis Hong Kong’s sleek and sophisticated interiors received critical acclaim in a city famous for its luxury hospitality offering.
Fu’s design for these two exceptional suites was inspired by his admiration for the free-standing glasshouse that epitomized the golden era of modernism.
Nestled in Shanghai’s urban Pudong district, the IFC Residence is conceived as a ‘contemporary mansion’, a modern residence that is designed with the ethos to captivate the spirit of a noble and exquisite stately home.
Fu is behind the 287 short and long-term stay residences.
AFSO has been involved in a distinct range of design creations at Shangri-la Hotel’s unique property in Tokyo – the 3 dining venues, the 3-Bay Suite, as well as the aspirational Presidential Suite.
Hotel The Mitsui Kyoto is built on the site of the original residence of the Kitake, the executive branch of the Mitsui family, and directly faces Nijō-jo Castle in the city centre.
Inspired by the true artisanal spirit of the vineyard as well as the breathtaking artistic vision of the chateau, Fu was commissioned to create key destinations within the Hotel, including the Salon, the Bar, the Library.
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Studio Urquiola was founded in 2001 by Patricia Urquiola and her partner, Alberto Zontone, and it specializes in industrial product design, architecture, art direction, and strategy consulting.
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Patricia Urquiola was born in Oviedo, Spain, and studied architecture and design at the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid before graduating from the Politecnico di Milano under the tutelage of Achille Castiglioni. She has worked with a number of well-known interior design and architecture businesses during her career.
Patricia Urquiola begins each project by empathizing with the customer who will eventually interact with her designs, a technique she learned from Achille Castiglioni, establishing the “fundamental element,” as he used to call it, the foundation of each project that always keeps her on track and accompanies her entire design process: thinking spaces or objects in relation to people.
Today we brought to you a list of 9 Astounding Restaurant Interiors signed by Patricia Urquiola.
Robust materials in neutral colors are articulated in a modern language, making the room both welcome and useful. Milanese architecture is a constant source of inspiration, with terracotta and granite walls and floors mixed with wood, textile fibers, and marble.
The interior decor of the Boujis Bar in Porto Cervo’s beach resort honors Sardinian arts and crafts. Throughout the space, it emphasizes original indigenous resources such as wood and ropes.
The materiality of the furnishings is highlighted by essential and geometric shapes, strict materials, and warm colors, all coupled with a modern language. There are also strong connections to Basque culture and geography: the wooden ceiling and elevated portions resemble the weaving of the caserios, the typical local buildings, as well as stones, pottery, and ropes.
Architectural aspects, materials, and textures reflect Ibiza and provide guests with an enhanced experience. From the inner wood to the pink tiles, from a metal background to a black and beige rope-woven cloth reminiscent of a traditional, local fabric. The furniture selection creates a dynamic atmosphere, with numerous items exhibited in a variety of colors and textures.
The notion of nest – its name in the local Raetho-Romanic language – inspired the design of the Igniv restaurant in Bad Ragaz. The compact surface, the main fireplace, and the low ceiling provide an immediate sense of coziness, which is enhanced by the mix and match of modern and classical materials and features such as wood, marble, and onyx.
Patricia Urquiola intended to recreate the welcoming ambiance of IGNIV by expressing the sense of a warm and personal cocoon where diners could dine in complete privacy. Nonetheless, the fine-dining establishment conveys nuances of Asian culture in a subtle and unpredictable manner.
This mood is emphasized by the architecture of the historic monastery that houses the restaurant. The low ceiling adds to the sense of well-being and contentment.
The interior decor of this old mansion sets the tone. Heavy velvet drapes and a big chandelier adorn the beautiful dining area. Turquoise blue, saffron yellow, and rust red are lush colors that compliment a light grey. The gleaming surfaces of the tables, on the other hand, grab the attention and provide the stage for IGNIV’s culinary creativity. Fine materials, such as velvet, brass, and marble, create a snug and elegant ambiance, while the organic shapes of the chairs and semicircular couches add to the cocoon-like sensation.
Copper, polished metal, grey wood, back-painted glass, and Rosa Portogallo marble are among the materials used in the business. With the same materials, the café becomes an intimate space: four distinct spaces are defined by uneven grid walls in copper-varnished metal.
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Aneta Mijatovic is a Serbian-born haute couture catwalk model, Civil Engineer, University of Belgrade Graduate in Urbanism and Spatial Planning, and IADE Madrid Interior Designer. The designer is a married woman with three children.
She speaks 5 languages in addition to her brilliant curriculum and impeccable personal and professional career. Her specialty is decoration and interior design of large and important spaces and projects as exciting as the integral renovation of the old Hotel Miramar in Malaga (1926) and the subsequent Palace of Justice in Malaga (1980).
She is defined as the perfect balance of simplicity and sobriety, innovation and classicism, and the extraordinary ability to immerse herself in any project and leave her personal stamp on it, from the presentation of her first proposal to the scent chosen for the flower that concludes her masterful work.
The sophisticated interior designer has received many awards for her incredible work such as Spain Luxury Hotel Awards 2018 with Best Luxury Hotel and Best Luxury Hotel Suite, Best City Hotel 2018, and a finalist at Casa Decor 2013. Aneta Mijatovic has been featured in well-known magazines like Expansion, ¡Hola! and Hotel Restaurante & Design.
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