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  • Blog Post: Winter Weekend: Palm Springs Architecture and Design Center

    Photo by Daniel Chavkin; All Photos from Architect Magazine A modernist classic makes the perfect home for a design museum addition. Home to the world's largest assemblage of mid-century modern architecture, Palm Springs has long been a modern design lover's paradise. With winter averages...
  • Blog Post: World Architecture: Gardens by the Bay

    All images from Dezeen Gardens by the Bay is an example of beautiful architecture in Singapore. Named World Building of the Year at the World Architecture Festival in 2012, this tropical garden in Singapore is something no one has ever seen. Architects, engineers and landscape architects came...
  • Blog Post: Enjoy Halloween With Stylish Gothic Decor

    Happy Halloween from the Euro Style Lighting team!!! Image from Remodelista Dark home design can be spooky and stylish at the same time. We would like to take this opportunity to embrace dark, gothic-style modern design. It will look so great, you'll never want to take it down and you'll...
  • Blog Post: The Science Behind Interior Design and Architecture

    Image from Architectural Digest The Salk Institute in La Jolla, CA is an icon of 20th century architecture. Why do we feel the way we do in the spaces we're in? How does interior design and architecture affect our mood? A recent conference in La Jolla, California, brought together leading...
  • Blog Post: Our Favorite Communal Work Spaces

    If you're like us, you're always dreaming about the ideal work environment. We often peruse Pinterest looking for our favorite communal work spaces and I think we found them! The common elements in all of them are wide open space, unique lighting and lots of natural light. All-white...
  • Blog Post: Iconic Designer: Deborah Sussman

    Image from The New York Times Design icon Deborah Sussman passed last week in her home in Los Angeles. A graphic designer who got her start with Charles and Ray Eames in the sixties, Sussman went on to establish her own studio and became one of the foremost practitioners of what she called "graphic...
  • Blog Post: Romita Restaurant Design in Mexico City

    Are you planning to travel anytime soon? If Mexico is on your list of places to visit, then you must stop in Mexico City for the architecture, design, nightlife... and food! Romita Comedor Restaurant in Mexico City, located in the heart of Colonia Roma, should be one of your foodie stops, and not...
  • Blog Post: Dwell on Design: Ideas For Better Living

    Design (and designers for that matter) is often categorized in terms of project size, as either small--a single LED light bulb for instance--or large, such as infrastructure planning for an entire metropolitan region. What's lost in this simplified categorization is the shared goal of all good design...
  • Blog Post: Memorial and Landscape Design: Remembering Dan Kiley

    Image from the Cultural Landscape Foundation Despite its unofficial status as the kick-off to summer, Memorial Day claims a much more somber reason as its origin: it is the day in which we honor those who have given their lives while serving in the United States Armed Forces. To mark the day, we...
  • Blog Post: Get the Look: Retro-Modern Chic at The Parker

    There are few places on earth that feel as retro-tastic chic as The Parker Palm Springs designed by Jonathan Adler. It's my favorite hotel in the desert. It has a combination of mid-century modern pieces with Moroccan accents, pops of color and a general playfulness that makes it so dang...
  • Blog Post: Eclectic Decorating at the Palihouse Hotel

    Image from Est Magazine That oddball mix of furnishings and decor dotting your house isn't mismatched...it's curated. And that very mindset is the key to eclectic decorating. The Palihouse Hotel in West Hollywood has elevated mismatching to an art form, creating an inviting atmosphere that...
  • Blog Post: Best Restaurant Design 2014

    Image from SHED The James Beard Foundation recently announced its winners for best restaurant design in 2014, and the winner for large restaurants is Shed in Healdsburg, designed by San Francisco-based Jensen Architects . Key to the design's success is how it speaks to Shed's "Eat...
  • Blog Post: Modern Bathroom Interior Design: Get the Look

    Image from Amangiri One of the best ‘views from a tub’ we’ve come across is this modern bathroom at Amangiri looking out over the vast Colorado Plateau. The double shower and spacious bath combined with the stunning view make this one of the most gorgeous bathrooms we’ve...
  • Blog Post: Romantic Getaway for Modern Design Lovers

    All images from Imanta Resort February is just around the corner... Are you looking for a romantic getaway this Valentine's Day? Nestled along Mexico's Riviera Nayarit, Imanta Resort is a modern design lover's paradise. This lush region boasts an average temperature of 71 degrees...
  • Blog Post: Industrial Interior Design: Melrose Market

    Looking for industrial interior design style inspiration? Melrose Market in Seattle's uber-hip Capitol Hill neighborhood is a collection of artisanal market stands and restaurants in a triangular block of storefronts once occupied by two auto shops. Despite the raw, rusted surroundings, this renovated...
  • Blog Post: Classical Meets Modern: The House Hotel

    There's something infectious about eclectic design; you know, that not-easily-recreated look in which classical usually abuts modern. The House Hotel Galatasaray , in Istanbul, Turkey, is a sterling example of this approach. The hotel in a word? Grand. In two more words? Tastefully so. Original...
  • Blog Post: Modern Luxury Hotel Design: Square Nine

    What is the purpose of vacation? To disconnect. Relax. Recharge. Be inspired. Assuming so, it would then follow that those goals should serve as guiding principles in any modern luxury hotel design. Set amid the streets of historic Belgrade, Square 9 hits the mark. Public spaces such as the...
  • Blog Post: This Weekend: London Design Festival

    Got the weekend free and frequent flyer miles burning a hole in your pocket? Head over to the London Design Festival for a look at the vanguard of high-concept design. A series of more than 300 installations, discussions and exhibitions taking place across the city, the event is sure to delight, challenge...
  • Blog Post: Modern Hotel Design: Hotel Miura

    Let's just admit it: not all hotels are created equal. Located in rural Czech Republic, the Hotel Miura (designed by Czech firm Labor 13 ) blends contemporary cosmopolitan sophistication with country surroundings, for a modern hotel design that's stunning in an equally stunning locale. A palette...
  • Blog Post: Modern Design in Outdoor Spaces

    Good design doesn't need to be relegated to indoors and it can most certainly be just for fun! We've rounded up some awesome modern design in outdoor spaces. Whether you're a parent or just a kid at heart, you'll love these. This 20,500 square meter park is located in Sydney, Australia...
  • Blog Post: Hotel Design: Andaz Amsterdam's Fairy Tale Design

    The Andaz Amsterdam was designed by hotel design extraordinaire Marcel Wanders. The Dutch designer infused an old library situated on the "Prince Canals" of Amsterdam with whimsy and cultural character of the surrounding upscale community. Bold graphics and sculptural furniture are...
  • Blog Post: Restaurant Design: Workshop Kitchen and Bar

    Hope you all had a wonderful weekend! I'm sure there was lots of brunching going on and some amazing restaurant designs discovered. Did anyone make it to Palm Springs or happen to try out the new Workshop Kitchen + Bar ? Soma Architects was called upon to transform the historic El Paseo Building...
  • Blog Post: The Bistrot: Restaurant Design Lights Up Bali

    The Bistrot, a vintage Parisian restaurant design with industrial glam influences, is all the buzz right now in Bali! The imaginations of design team Zohra Boukhari and her husband Blaise Samoy created something that is powerfully stunning, simply elegant and a perfect mix of industrial and glamorous...
  • Blog Post: Design Review: Palihouse Santa Monica

    Palihouse has taken its modern brand to the beach and I can’t wait to see the full hotel design when it opens this summer. Palihouse Santa Monica is a 36-room beach lodge in a Spanish Colonial Revival-style building, which has been deemed a historic landmark by the City of Santa Monica. At...
  • Blog Post: Top Artist Colonies

    Looking for the next hot spot? Follow the artists. So goes the adage at least that artists are quick to inhabit soon-to-boom neighborhoods. If you look at the world's best art districts and artist colonies, you'll notice a simple trend: once the artists move in to under-utilized places, the cafes...

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