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Melbourne, the new hub for interior design

Great interior design made in Australia Australia and especially Melbourne seems to be the new place to be when it comes to interior design. Almost every time,  I stumble upon an amazing space or an inspiring styling it seems to come out of the city Down Under. Innovative and creative interior design studios are popping up in Melbourne. Each an every one of them are having something unique to offer.   What Australian design has...

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The perfect flower arrangement

Sharing the joy of having a fresh flower arrangement at home This blog post literally has no other purpose than visually sharing my joy of receiving the most beautiful flower arrangement with you! But bevor I do, there is a little backstory...   Being sick. Isn't it the worst?! It's not often I do get sick, and whenever I am, I tend to not take my sickness very seriously. Generally, my preferred approach to fight a sickness...

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Guillaume Alan interior design creating a sanctuary in paris

Guillaume Alan: French Interior design at its best We are so thrilled to show you the work of French designer Guillaume Alan. This talented designer is based in Paris and in London and represents the modern French interior design that we love. Guillaume was born into the world of architecture and interior design. He was surrounded by architecture and beautiful furniture and antiques due to his parent's profession of being architects and his grandmother...

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Ontwerpduo: dutch design for the imaginative home

Talking to Ontwerpduo   I have loved the designs by Ontwerpduo for a while now. This is why I was especially excited to meet the creative mind behind the brand, Tineke Beunders, at the Blickfang Messe in Basel. After meeting Tineke, it made me love the brand even more. Right from the beginning, Tineke was open, interested and kind. She took the time to tell me more about her designs, her creative...

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Interior design in the city of Basel

A little bit of Scandinavian living meets industrial interior at the heart of Basel. I have been working on my largest interior design project for a view weeks now. We are in the process on transforming an 800m2 industrial storage space into a warm and welcoming community center. The space we are creating will host a childcare area, a cafe, office space, meeting rooms, industrial kitchen and an event space. All...

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Dean Toepfer – the urban minimalist

I had the pleasure of talking to Dean Toepfer, an Australian furniture designer whose background is in fashion design. His urban and physical understanding of shape and form is reflected in the modern and dynamic form language of his furniture pieces. Inspired by the great masters of minimalism and functional design, Dean achieves a cross between these established qualities while adding a modern and abstract twist to his designs!   Hallo Dean tell...

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3 Design stops through Europa

Design Hotels to visit when traveling Europa As a European, I am proud to be part of a community of different countries, histories, landscapes and design aesthetics. More than ever it seems so important to identify as part of this unique, rich and beautiful project called the European Union. Experiencing these different cultures and meeting people of different backgrounds makes my life so much richer and more beautiful. It's a great...

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Kokora, inspired by the past crafted for the now. I came across the work by Jan Garncarek (founder of Kokora)  a couple of weeks ago and immediately fell in love with his work and design aesthetic. The first piece of work I got to know from Kokora was the Metropolis lamp. Stylistically and formwise I hadn't seen a lamp like this before! I got even more excited whenever I had the chance...

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