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Spotlight by Source Handcrafted is a handmade contemporary geometric pattern. Into the Woods by Tower provides an intriguing forest design. Contact @trikes.interiors
for samples. #partnership
Oregon’s unique, Pacific Northwest’s vernacular is on display at a new collaboration between @edgdesign
For the @headlandslodge
in Pacific City, the firms incorporated strong lines and Asian influences both inside and out with three main tenets in mind: local, natural, and textural. Local Douglas fir frames the cathedral ceiling in the welcoming public space, where an indigenous basalt fireplace burns and custom serpentine couches offer guests respite after daily adventures – a heavy focus of the Lodge experience. 📷: Eric Laignel | @sandow
A 25th-floor penthouse apartment posed a twofold challenge for designer @kristina_uspenieva.
The Krasnodar, Russia apartment needed to cater to the needs of a growing family while providing space to entertain. Accomplished through a blend of form, function, and color, the elegant space is both luxurious and versatile enough for both kids and parties.
's MATTER collection by @maeengelgeer
offers new luxury in commercial fabrics with an unparalleled visual appeal. The interplay of high loft wool-blend yarns with chic metallic filaments makes for a visually rich and tactile collection, complemented by intricate detailing, geometric and organic forms.
@wolfgordon #wolfgordon #MATTER
A bespoke bedroom is given a contemporary twist with the addition of graceful, perching bird wall lights and a chandelier crafted from humble wire netting both by moooi.
This space beckoned for Naked, a natural toned, 60-degree chevron hardwood from the Cosmopolitan Collection of international, inspired floors. It's tailored pattern and subtle texture enhances the elegance and feminine beauty of any space.
@divineflooring #bydivine #moooi
For Asplund Pavilion, MAP Studio bolted together plywood beams and OSB panels to form a peak structure, and then clad it in an Alpi engineered wood veneer. Its 26-foot-tall interior displays drawings and models of Erik Gunnar Asplund’s 1920 Woodland Chapel, the inspiration for the MAP Studio structure’s facade, pattern, and color. 📸 by @federicocedrone. @sandow