The interior design of Palmer Johnson’s luxury yacht “Dragon” by Nuvolari-Lenard is a work of modern fine art. Both the interior and exterior designs of this flamboyant superyacht are visually spectacular. The red, white and black theme in rectangular patterns — in the salon, the dinning room and the bedrooms — is an artistic tribute to this 21st century red dragon on the sea.
The interior of this Manor House in Malibu designed by Lila Friday & Associates is relaxed and comfortable while retaining its old world grandeur. The understated old world decor serves as a subtle backdrop to this modern-day residence.
The designer at Bear-Hill Interiors turned this vacation home at Greers Ferry Lake, Arkansas into a beach house by the lake. The big windows and French doors are meant to draw your attention to the outside. The interior decor is deliberately bright and light so the emphasis of the main rooms is the view.
The BeoLab 5 loudspeakers by Bang & Olufsen give you the freedom to move around the room without losing sound quality. Its 2500 watts of digital amplification packs a powerful sound out of a relatively small unit. The BeoLab 5 also adds an unique touch to your living room decor.
The custom built conservatories from Tanglewood Conservatories are adapted for the American climates and architecture. From poolside retreat to classic sunrooms, these conservatories are designed to live harmoniously with the landscape.
The Yokohama International Port Terminal in Japan is a new kind of contemporary architecture that turns against the form of buildings as representation of iconic architecture. The design team at Foreign Office Architects created the cruise ship terminal as an extension of the pier ground. The fluid and uninterrupted lines are folded like an origami into an unique structural system that allows its boarding level to seamlessly connect to the city’s underground level. It is also especially adequate in coping with the lateral forces generated by the seismic movements known to affect the Japanese topography.
London interior design team Gail Taylor and Karen Howes of Taylor Howes used aubergine as a theme colour to create an atmosphere of casual elegance for this Wiltshire country house. The colour palette of aubergine – a trademark colour of Taylor Howes – goes with many other shades – greys, greens, pink, white, cream and chocolate.