These images are the work of designer Osiris Hertman. What I love about his work is that it seems curated over a long period of time. Rather than have the highly glossed, brand new finished look , his spaces feel experienced, well-cultured and full of narrative.
Quirky, cultural and contemporary design for branding and interiors by BLOW for Torimen, a yakitori & ramen restaurant in Hong Kong.
Love the combinations of manga sketches, monochromatic tones and rust cladding and bold patterns.
Stunning composition of raw idustrial space and materials and glossy geometric patterns for an open plan courtyard house in São Paulo by Brazilian architects Terra e Tuma.
These images are of ixxi, a DIY decorative screen system, where one can create an image, whether it be a collage of photographs, drawings or graphics. The Dutch-designed system is made up of panels of non-tear, waterproof and anti-static high density paper made by Agfa onto whic you can get high quality prints, and a clip-and-lock connecting the panels through x and i’s. A wall strip or hanging strip is provided so that you can mount it on a wall or use it as a screen.
It’s a great gift idea ( for yourself or a loved one) – the website offers uploading, selection of panels sizes and ship the neatly packaged ixxi to anywhere in the world.
Absolutely love this.
These images are of a home designed by Australian Design studio Redgen Mathieson on Bondi Beach in Sydney.
As always I love the combination of the minimalist simplicity of the spaces and luxurious choice of materials, finishes and fabrics(and fur).
These images are of the Russian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale 2012. The pavilion is adorned in flickering lights and patterns of QR codes. Designed by Sergei Tchoban , the experience of the exhibit is that one is handed a tablet to scan the codes – which showcases new ideas for a Russian i-city – dedicated to living in science and technology.
I really like the reference, whether it be intentional or not, the spatial and aesthetic quality of this pavilion seems to resonate with the prevalence of opulent architecture and baroque patterns in Russia.
Amazing design for 2 twin vacation homes in New York by architect William O-Brien Junior. I love the way the way the home, its monochromatic contrasts and spatial thresholds have been designed in an almost picturesque quality.