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Our Editor in Chief @thecindygram says of this Best of Year honoree, “Boston is now in the “game” with it’s first super-cool social video gaming cafe that combines pay-to-play gaming stations, a full service cafe, and event space for competitions... all designed by @gensler_boston. Wowza”! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: John Horner Photography | @sandow
#DailyProductPick Custom FP043 sliding door pulls by @hamiltonsinkler stretch from floor to ceiling to in this tranquil, polished, modern Manhattan apartment and create a grand entryway within the layout.
Regram from @intdeshomes : Female architects were very rare when Elizabeth Austin completed a San Francisco home in 1917. A century later, @markenglisharchitect was charged with updating the single-family residence. “We felt honored to be tasked with protecting her vision, while at the same time adapting it to a new century of life,” principal Mark English says. The entire exterior was stripped, and all ornament was cataloged, repaired or replaced, and then reinstalled to maintain the historic facade. Expansive aluminum-framed skylights flood the home with light. Cantilevered steps rise through a double-height dining area, anchored by a custom walnut-and-steel table. Follow @intdeshomes for more of the best residential designs and interiors. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: @joefletcherphoto | @sandow
Using the ancient Japanese marbling process of suminagashi, the award-winning Ukiyo collection by @astekinc transforms handcrafted traditional floating ink designs into captivating wall murals.
From the outside, the First National Bank Building in Portland, Oregon, seems an unlikely home for a 21st-century technology company. The neoclassical structure, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, dates to 1916. But inside, where 50 employees work for expense-report software company @expensify , is a different story. Staffers are invited to operate from anywhere in the 17,300-square-foot space, aka a free-address workplace. Options range from lounge chairs and overstuffed ottomans to a custom hanging chaise longue. For @zgfarchitects principal Alan Gerencer, the historic structure served as the canvas, providing a backdrop for clean, simple lines and modern materials that highlight its ornate detailing. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: @garowland | @sandow
Interior Design 2018 Hall of Fame inductee @kkaa_official draws on a Catalan classic design favored by Gaudí as inspiration for a refresh of this Barcelona @camper shop on the Plaza Catalonia. The Catalan vault provides the basic unit of form for shelves, benches, and counters throughout to display shoes. The earthy ceramic plates emit a warm and friendly atmosphere that reflects the culture of Catalonia. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: @imagensubliminal | @sandow
Shamih Shah's bold Manhattan apartment not only graced the cover of the 2018 Spring @intdeshomes issue but also took home a Best of Year award for midsize apartment! The moody two-bedroom abode plays to the designer's signature style, mixing complementary shades of gray and cream on the walls, and unique fixtures and decor. One of the most notable features is in the media room, where a twisting, earthy sculpture by Dana Barnes rises from floor to ceiling. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: Manolo Yllera | @sandow
Regram from @galeriemagazine : ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ A vibrant installation by Daniel Buren is captured by celebrated photographer Candida Höfer in upcoming exhibition at @seankellyny. Known for her rigorously composed, large-scale color “portraits” of architectural interiors, her meticulous and meditative works capture the essence of the space. “Candida Höfer: In Mexico” is on view from February 2 through March 16. To discover more must-see exhibitions, head to Galeriemag.com #galeriemagazine #seankelly #candidahofer #danielburen #liveartfully
With nearly 20 conference halls and the ability to accommodate 1,500 people, the China Railway Qingdao World Expo City Conference Center is literally big enough to drive a train through. Inspired by the nearby Yellow Sea, the entire structure flows like a streamlined wave, one that troughs before cresting again at the adjoining Westin hotel, also designed by Tengyuan Design. In the center’s ceramic-tiled lobby, fiberglass-reinforced gypsum board is CNC-cut into an abstract school of fish surrounding a column and then swirls upward, in solid form, to the ceiling, and outward, to wrap the staircase enclosure. There, portholelike openings are fitted with transparent vinyl film. Overhead, an aluminum canopy is also CNC-cut, aptly resembling a fishing net. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: Wang Kai | @sandow
Glenn Pushelberg and George Yabu of @yabupushelberg decided to go in the a different direction from the all too common residential-inspired hotel design for the @fourseasons Kuwait. Instead, the designers went all out with monumental scale and glamour. In the lobby, limestone walls stretch nearly 30 feet into a vaulted ceiling. A dramatic spiral staircase (featured on the cover of the Best of Year issue) coils up a burnt-orange enclosure at one end. Throughout, good accents and dramatic silver light fixtures add to the grandeur of the space. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: Virgile Simon Bertrand | @sandow
Developed for the trade by the trade, @therugcompany introduces TRC LAB and its new hand-tufted range. Opening the doors to unlimited possibility and ideal for projects where time, scale and precision are of the essence, you can choose a design from one of the collections or create your own entirely from scratch. @therugcompany #TRCLab #therugcompany #handtufted
White-barked birch is a quintessential element of this Russian region’s poetry, paintings, and folklore, and now, the symbol of openness and simplicity is also central to a new restaurant bearing its name. Birch, located in St. Petersburg, was founded by four young chefs seeking a modern, relaxed environment to serve affordable yet refined fare. @da_architects co-founder Anna Lvovskaya utilized everyday elements in unexpected ways to create a modern, elegant space featuring polished concrete offset by bright oiled ash tables and trims. The result is an eatery that is minimal, but also warm and comfortable. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: @svmelnikoff | @sandow
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