To enjoy sweets in Barcelona.
This magical design belongs to Tickets restaurant in Barcelona, Spain. La Dolça is the section of Tickets where you can enjoy a delicious dessert & is inspired on the children's stories in which sweets are very important. I think it's a great idea to have giants fruits in the ceiling that give drama & represent a very important element of the soul of the place. Another wonderful element are the tables that make analogy to the wrapping of the cakes. finally I love that mysterious atmosphere of the place with a vintage color palette but mixed with fruits in shades of vibrant red.
The Wave in Hong Kong China
The Wave is a co-working space designed by Spatial Concept in Hong Kong China. The idea of Wave is to provide a space where start ups & creative professionals can work, collaborate & create networks for their future business projects in one place. Nowadays with internet & technology a lot of people has decided to shift from a company ambient work to an independent one; but at the beginning it can be complicated to have their own office space so co-working places are the perfect solution. In Wave you can find meeting rooms, working areas , relax spaces, eating zones and reception, where you have all the tools you need to grow your business. One of the great things about its design is the yellow color present in every area, which is the Wave brand color & connect all areas. I also like how playful & fun is the design with bright colors, industrial ceilings, plants & big signs with the name of each space. Other amazing elements are all those graphic pieces on walls, ceilings, floors & furniture.
The first year of my inspiration project
I'm so happy to be able to say that a year ago this wonderful project began with its first post. I want to thank you with all my heart for your support, visits, likes, comments, follows etc, but most of all I want to thank you for inspired me to continue with this project that each day teaches me new things about the fantastic world of design & life, by encouraging me to be better every day. I hope you enjoy a lot of the blog & that it fill you up with inspiration for your life & design projects. Thank you very much.
Today on Okomomo Design blog's birthday I want to announce that soon we'll be launching the Spanish version of the blog. As some of you may know I'm Colombian & I want to share my blog with wonderful people & inspire without having the language barrier. This does not mean that the English version is going to stop otherwise this will continue to grow, evolve & inspire with new posts, places, photos & phrases.
Hoy en el cumpleaños del blog queremos anunciarles que pronto estaremos lanzando la version en español de Okomomo Design blog. Como algunos de ustedes saben yo soy Colombiana & quiero compartir mi blog con personas maravillosas e inspirarlas sin tener la barrera del idioma. Esto no significa que la version en ingles va a parar, por el contrario esta seguira creciendo, evolucionando & apasionandolos con nuevas publicaciones, lugares, fotos y frases.
Throw back to our first post
Our first post & positive life quote.
In the middle of no where.
I found his photo on Blue Print by VSCO website. It seemed to me very interesting & caught my attention so much as the composition of the photo leads your eyes first to the focal point, in this case, the beautiful built with a black & white geometric cut-out. After seeing the focal point your look goes to the horizon, traveling across the picture & always coming back to the point at which you started. This magnificent composition is exactly the type of compositions to be performed in any interior design project.
A design that suit any interior
This beautiful chair is the Zantilam created by designer Patricia Urquiola, inspired on the types of classic arch. It is a chair that you can use & change according to the occasion, is made of of solid bent with steam wood . What I like the most is its simplicity inspired by the classic period, which was characterized by design with a lot of elements.
A perfect place to add drama.
This beautiful kitchen design shows us that no matter the size of your space you can always create a spectacular design, this wonderful kitchen belong to a residential project created by Rusian firm Zukkini. For me to have a small space can be a great advantage to investing in materials a little more expensive but that really do make a big difference. In this case the colorful tile with natural patterns & that serve as a focal point & give color to the white kitchen. I love the way the kitchen despite its size is very functional & creative to maximize the space.
By Frank Gehry an architectural icon in L.A
The Walt Disney Concert Hall is a spectacular theater & home of L.A. Philharmonic. This impressive space of 3.6 acres in Los Angeles, United States, was created by Frank Gehry & is an international icon for its architecture & sophisticated acoustics. The design concept was to create a structure from the inside to the outside; the outside of the building is made of stainless steel curves that reflect the inside of the main auditorium which is made of round wood shapes. I love the natural mood of the interior which is made of wood & chairs with colorful leaves patterns. Something wonderful are the architect collaborations with experts in acoustics & musical instruments. Inside the main theater is a beautiful organ, a work of art & focal point of the theater. Likewise it is a smaller private room for other events & there is also a garden where you can disconnect from the city & connect with nature & music.
Upside down retail design
This retail design in Chongquing China designed by 3GATTI, is really creative giving customers wonderful experiences. The ceiling is the focal point generating visual illusions with clothes hanging from it. Also are great all the accesories boxes hanging from the fantastic ceiling & those mirrors that give the illusion of a larger space. I really like the contrast of the wood floor with the white ceiling. Lovely upside down place.
By cuban architect Rafael de Cárdenas.
This fantastic staircase design inspired by Art Deco was created by cuban architect Rafael de Cárdenas for a house inspired by Le Corbusier's modernism. The amazing geometric pattern floor creates a warm welcome for the guests & invites to enter the house & explore all its beautiful design. Starting with a grand entrance that communicates with the other levels of the house & can be viewed from all different floors.
Made of neutral colors.
This lovely hall room is the perfect place to divide the social & private rooms in a home. I love the mix of classic style with modern touches & fun patterns. I love how sophisticated is the color palette which is composed of beautiful neutral tones.
My name is Monica Mesa Reveron, I'm an interior designer in love with sustainable design & life. Welcome to my blog where I share my passion for interior design, photography, travel & life.