Here another chic design with this restaurant which is glamorous but in a playful way. I love the color palette, it's really nice how it changes from beige to gold or yellow & play with different shades of colors. I like how artworks have vibrant colors & lights are very delicate opening space for heavy furniture. I like the idea of framing the space with those wood divisions.
This Chapel design is really interesting because it gives a new vision of a church while retaining traditional values. Shanghai Rainbow chapel was designed by Coordination Asia. The Chapel is made with two basic shapes which are fundamental for the Chinese symbolism, one is the square that represents honesty & virtue; the other is a circle which means fullness & unity, that’s very significant because Rainbow Chapel is a space to perform weddings. The facade has 65 different colors made of 3060 elements; the colorful façade gives a happy vibe & great lighting inside.
Exhibition design can be really difficult because it has to represent a brand, give a message and attract people to the stand & most of the times in small areas. This Firefox stand was designed by 2LK. They did a space with interactive experiences & privacy for business meetings. I like how wisely they use the brand colors in the entire stand & the different perspectives given to the logo.
This residential design is a perfect mix between modern & historic architecture. In Las Palmas, Grand Canary Island, Castillo de la Luz was designed by Simon Garcia. It's very nice how the concept of light is around the entire building, each space has a natural source of light. Another great aspect about the design is how the building mixes modern materials with the old stone structure to create a new place that gives new purpose to architectural heritage.
This is a great way to connect the outdoor with the interior. I just love how the design is connected by the continuous concrete wall. Also those material contrasts with rustic & polished, dark & light materials. Another great thing is how the orange counter combined with the green of nature.
Proti Proudu Bistro is located in Prague, was designed by Mimosa Architekti & Modulora. The inspiration is a combination between innovative electric engineer František Krizik, born in Prague and the idea of connection & current.
This Bistro is a place to connect with others through good food and coffee. I like how design shows the concept of connection, with visible power wires and sharp lines around the Bistro.
Also how the concept is reinforced with rustic materials such as steel and rusty counter, always following modern design line. Moreover it’s very nice how wires create a connection between clients and workers.
photos by Boys Play Nice
A great urban design in Copenhagen
This urban design is very creative and gives a nice message to a community composed by different cultures, giving a sense of unity & global identity.
Simple & stylish
This magazine rack is very simple, with a great design that will go perfect with different decoration styles.
I love how the circular shape combined with the piece of leather. This can be a gold splash in a room, having gold elements always gives more style & personality to any space.
This incredible apartment belongs to interior designer Jenny Lyn Hart Boden. The apartment is a penthouse in a 50's style building in Hong Kong. Designer Jenny Lyn Hart Boden brings her own quirky & dramatic style inspired by Hollywood glamour of the 50’s. The apartment is designed with unique items such as a partition in the living room which is based on Pythagoras theorem, EMU tables, the dining table is a desk of 1976 designed by Ettore Sottsass & a silver lamp with Palm shape which is characteristic of Jenny Lyn designs. This House is spectacular and glamorous, you will never get tired of it & everywhere you will find unique extravagant objects.
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.