Monthly Archives: June 2014

Monday Morning Photo(s) Florence Edition

For today’s Monday Morning Photos we have a look at the 60th anniversary of the Centro di Firenze per la Moda Italiana, four Florentine powerhouses stage events to celebrate the anniversary. Emilio Pucci was first one up, turning the Bapestry of San Giovanni into a monument of color, style and architecture dressing the monument in […]

City Beach in NYC

City Beach NYC is a floating beach park on a river barge for the Hudson River in Manhattan. The idea came from designer Blayne Ross, read the description below. The best ideas are derived from necessity. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see Manhattan needs a beach, it’s an island surrounded by water with no sand and it’s […]

Apartment Outside the Box

This innovative and outside of the box apartment building near the border of Switzerland and Italy was design to take full advantage of its beautiful surroundings and views from lake Lugano, the design has glass cubes and balconies that pop out of the building to create a play on geometry and bring as much nature […]

Monday Morning Photo(s) Kardashian Edition

For today’s Monday Morning Photos we have a look at reality star Kourtney Kardashian’s home in Calabasas. She describe their home style as  “Alice in Wonderland meets Beetlejuice”  The design was a collaboration with Interior Designer Jeff Andrews who has worked on projects with other LA celebrities like Ryan Secrest and America Ferrera.    

Nuon HQ in Amsterdam

This modern building is a mixed-use building featuring a hotel, catering center, and 27,000 sq feet of office space for over 2,200 employees. The design team used the companies  aspiration and created an earth-themed sitting area – plants surrounding the booths, the chairs and tables are natural, unfinished wood, and the round lighting is energy […]

Archi-Music

Classic songs become buildings in the eyes of Federico Babina’s Archimusic illustrations, he has taken 27 favorite songs from artists like David Bowie, Amy Winehouse and Mozart transforming them into iconic cartoon buildings that represent each artist and song.

The Postal Service Mexico

The Postal Palace of Mexico City or better know as “Correo Mayor” in the downtown area, was built in the beginning of the 20th century, being the most modern design of the time, it has a mix of styles from Spanish Renaissance Revival, Elizabethan Gothic, to Elizabethan Plateresque and Venetian Gothic Revival, making this building such an […]

Monday Morning Photo (s) Back to School Edition

For today’s Monday Morning Photo(s) Back to School Edition, we have a newly redesigned rooftop space at the Oxford street Campus of the London College of Fashion, designed by Studio Weave. The main space features a herringbone pattern, made out of timber in different color that create a great contrast with the sometimes gloomy London days.   […]

London Penthouse with a Pod

This London penthouse has a suspended pod in the center of the living room, the project was designed by award-winning Foster Lomas Architects, a creative architecture firm founded in 2005 by architects Will Foster and Greg Lomas. One of the main goals was to incorporate the sense of harmonious fluidity, and taking into account the building’s curved […]

The Fairbairn House in Melbourne

House with a perforated brick screen wall designed by Australian firm Inglis Architects, caught our attention because the use of the extra layer added to the façade also creates a very interesting sense of depth to the building’s volume, and a great play of light and shadow. The interiors are simple and modern, with a mix of wood […]