The simplicity of this table lamp designed by Christian Finke reduces the trimmings and frills, putting more emphasis on workmanship. It is also an expression of composure.
First Crescent in Camps Bay near Cape Town, South Africa, designed by Stefan Antoni Olmesdahl Truen Architects (SAOTA), is an innovative architectural masterpiece. The linear arrangement of its architecture and transparent living spaces enhance the effect of the stunning ocean view.
Designer furniture company Roche Bobois presents the Jean Paul Gaultier Collection. The French designer gives life to a poetic and sophisticated collection of sofas.
From the Portofino home of Italian designers Domenico Dolce & Stefano Gabbana to seaside residences in Uruguay, publisher TASCHEN brings us another beautiful book New Seaside Interiors. Edited by Angelika Taschen with texts by Ian Phillips and 297 pages of stunning photography, New Seaside Interiors is a visual treat for anyone who appreciates fine interiors and seaside living.
This roof terrace with stupendous views of the entire New York metropolis has a large cushioned pavilion as its centrepiece. Designed by Clodagh Design, the terrace includes the Feng Shui elements – fire, water, air, earth, wood and metal. The flickering LED candles create the perfect atmosphere for watching sunset.
The stairway is often the focal point of a room. Italian company Albini & Fontanot uses industrial materials such as metal and zinc to achieve sophisticated result for the stair’s handrail. Steel cable is also used for support. Solid wood steps complete the simple but elegant look of the spiral staircases.
Focus line of fireplaces by French design company Atelier Dominique Imbert is a perfect balance between style and technology for the interiors. Made from raw steel and can be suspended, wall-mounted or fixed on a base, these cleverly crafted fireplaces blend functionality with aesthetic appeal. The Piet Mondrian inspired Chromifocus add colour to the interior decor because “the pleasure of colour is a luxury that should not be denied”. The suspended Antefocus was the first fireplace ever designed by Dominique Imbert which served as the springboard for the entire Focus line.