Ryan Korban developed the decor concept for the NoHo Condominium at the 40 Bleecker area in collaboration with the landscape architect, Edmund Hollander, at the request of a private real estate developer (Broad Street Development). The result of this collaboration couldn’t be more inspiring.
For Ryan Korban, 40 Bleecker is his first actual residential development, and in order to enhance the design of this 12-story condominium, he opted to introduce custom-designed products as this would appeal more to prime clients.
This all-white family room designed by Kelly Hoppen is one of our favourites. It includes the kitchen, and both dining and sitting areas while also incorporating contemporary furniture. Another highlight of this room is the perfect natural ambient lighting, which also provides a major sense of dimension. The green plants are the perfect touch in the kitchen area.
Even though this collection of buffets and cabinets by Jonathan Adler belong to different design lines, all three serve as perfect examples of this designer’s timelessly chic furniture design approach.
The first example features a mirrored case in tones of smoke, cobalt, and copper. This is all perched on a minimalist cube base with a mosaic pattern inspired by Pop Art super graphics and the sunset.
The second one is a classic and elegant ‘Turner Credenza’ conceived for a modern dining room or living room as a media console.
Lastly, we have a cabinet that belongs to the ‘Antibes Collection’ crafted from honeyed wood that has been oiled to reveal the wood’s natural beauty. The organic, sculptural silhouette is complemented by the geometric rigour of the nailhead pattern.
Yabu Pushelberg was the mind behind the interior desing concept of this boutique hotel. His main aim was to create rooms and suites that promote rest and peace of mind.
Natural fibres and neutral tones abound take us back to a sandy beach filled with lightness and free flow. The room design is pared-down and simple with clean lines and clear surfaces, while still offering comfort.
This luxury home has been designed by the famous interior design company, Marmol Radziner. This consists of a contemporary California-style home with 5 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms. This LA mansion was turned into a modern-day secret paradise including – polished concrete floors; white oak cabinetry; separate caterer’s kitchen; wine room; great room; guest suite with private entrance; floor-to-ceiling bedroom windows; master suite; motorized window shades; backyard terrace; pool and spa with outdoor kitchen, fireplace, and TV; cedar siding; drought-tolerant garden.
The courtyard entry opens to a common area with a designer chef’s kitchen and a wine room. The great room invites indoor-outdoor entertaining with a wall of 11-foot sliding glass doors that open to the grounds.
Michael Smith‘s new project ‘Casa Del Mar’ is a Santa Monica institution since the roaring ’20s when it was the see-and-be-seen destination of the old Hollywood elite. Now the hotel has been revived into a modern-day touristic location and filled with luxurious upgrades all done by the celebrity interior designer Michael Smith.
The bed is a rich walnut four-poster bed that includes luxurious white linens, lush chenille throws, and a bisque-colored ceramic garden stool located at its base. The ebony finished pieces contrast with the light blue walls, and there is a soft colour palette all over the rooms.
Hirsch Bedner Associates
Hirsch Bedner Associates’ new residential project in Beijing has been conceived to bring an exceptional blend between holistic design, unrivalled quality control and spectacular personalised service.
The interior design work here reflects a warm and serene atmosphere that is further enhanced by soft colours and complemented by the abundance of natural lighting of each division. In each room you will find outstanding sculptures, aesthetically pleasing lighting fixtures, western styled furnishings and a neutral palette with unique pops of bright colours, textures and fabrics.
Nate Berkus, along with his partner, created an outstanding collection of sofas, sectionals, upholstered chairs and accessories. The interesting part about this collection is that it brings its inspiration from the duo’s own home decor, their travels, and on their favourite items which they have gathered through the years. It includes deep-hued upholstered velvet chairs, minimalist and elegant sectionals as well as a series of decorative accessories, such as pillows.
Most importantly, this ‘Living Spaces’ collection showcases the duo’s design abilities in providing timeless pieces that can give any home the cosiness it deserves.
In any Peter Marino project, art can be found everywhere. Here Lehmann Maupin bought the gallery space on the first two floors and the Tom Hill Art Foundation will occupy the third and fourth. In Marino’s own words:
“Chelsea is known as the premier art gallery neighbourhood in New York, and with The Getty, it makes complete sense that art is integrated into every aspect of the building, in terms of apartment living,”
The Gardener’s Cottage designed by Timothy Corrigan and landscape designer Scott Byron who together positioned the long, narrow pool directly on an axis with both the cabana and the entrance hall – have done so in order to create a dramatic vista that dazzles visitors the moment they step at the front door.
The collection Multiverse for Glamora by Karim Rashid featured above, encompasses kaleidoscopic worlds generated by brisk colours, curvy lines and biomorphic shapes with tactile perception blending together. This is a good example of why Rashid’s design approach won him the title of “most famous industrial designer in all the Americas” and “Prince of Plastic”, given by Time magazine.
The full-floor, four-bedroom residences (located in the famous Park Avenue in Manhattan, between 84th and 85th streets, and the 1010 Park Avenue Luxury Residences) feature interior design developed by the internationally renowned firm, David Collins Studio and exterior work by award-winning architecture practice, Beyer Blinder Belle.
Yoo is a pioneering design concept for living and also the result of a partnership between property entrepreneur John Hitchcox and the ubiquitous designer, Philippe Starck. Since 1999, Yoo has worked with international developers, designing landmark residential and hotel projects throughout Asia, Australia, Europe, Africa, North and South America.
Yoo’s main goal has been creating a brand that offers a sense of value, visibility, and velocity to any project they get involved with. Their fame certainly comes from their ability to deliver landmark projects that compete at the highest level, and reflective of stellar design.
Jean-Louis Deniot‘s collection is a glamorous new line, include exciting and dramatic upholstery styles as well as an elegant collection of luxurious lighting accessories.
However, we bring you as the main example the Basalte Side Board which introduces the traditional Baker gesso finish. This peice is highlighted with new graphic patterns, which are based on ancient Roman walls and stone quarries. This piece has been beautifully crafted by artisans in antique silver and antique bronze finish.
One of the most exciting projects by Patricia Urquiola is the Room Mate Hotel in Milan. This 85-room hotel has a prime location right in the heart of the cultural, fashion and shopping area of the city. During the design Urquiola built a very familiar environment, where guests find everything they need to live temporarily in the rooms as if they were indeed in their own home.
You can walk to both the Piazza Duomo and the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele shopping mall, making this hotel a very glamorous and trendy choice.
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