Ever been in a hot air balloon? What a wonderful feeling that is! Hot air balloons are a symbol of freedom and they also spark our imagination and creativity. This makes a really cool source of inspiration in the case of the sphere of interior design. Hot air balloon decorations and decors can take a lot of forms, all revolving around the same symbol.
(Author Archive : Simona Ganea)
It’s a bit hard to believe this is an Edwardian house when you first lay eyes on the stunning, sculptural facade. The Brick House is located in Prahran, Victoria, in Australia and belongs to architect Clare Cousins and her family. Her practice, Claire Cousins Architects (CCA) completed the project in 2011.
Did you know that changing your desk also changes the way you work? Or that if you spend a day at someone else’s desk changes your workflow? The environment you work in affects you in ways you don’t even realize. In other words, if you have a really cool desk with cool features then the task you’re working on and your job in general will become a lot more pleasant and enjoyable. But let’s exemplify this concept and take a look at some really cool desks.
We often hear about Zen in interior design and the concept always makes us think about the overall feeling of calm, tranquility and relaxation but we rarely have a clue about how that ambiance is created. If you want a space like your bedroom for example to be zen then you need some ideas to connect to.
We’re all familiar with the concept of wall-mounted toilets but we know so little about them that we’re actually scared to even consider the option. There’s a general conception that they give a lot of headaches and that the cons outnumber the pros but we lack a clear knowledge about what a wall-mounted toilet is and all the things that come with it.
Wall-mounted toilers are space-saving.
Easily recognizable thanks to their classical design, Tolix chairs are iconic and popular all over the world. They’re created by French furniture company company and they come in a variety of models and designs. The most popular of all is the Model A chair. Originally designed in 1934, the chair continues to be popular and it even entered the collections of several museums, including MOMA.
Clinging to a cliff on a remote island in British Columbia, the Tula House is one of those stunning structures designed to become one with the landscape and to take in the amazing views surrounding them in the most unique and unusual way. The house was designed by Canadian-based Patkau Architects and prioritizes the views without neglecting everything else.