Surprises In Interior Design

Surprises in design are what you keep you clamoring for more. Things go well together sometimes in spite of it making no sense as a disembodied idea. The blending of scale, volumes, and proportions is pivotal in creating strong and memorable environments. Photography, wall art, and accent pieces take on a life of their own and ...

Interior Architecture Exemplified in Contemporary Apartment

Contemporary interior architecture firm I Love Architecture from The Netherlands has designed an amazing interior: Apartment Weteringschans. The interior architecture of the space is split into a clean, grid-like structure. The kitchen island, which is a monolithic figure of marble and wood, serves as both the cooking and serving area. The colors and materials of this interior ...

Luxurious Homes | Contemporary Design Concepts

Luxurious homes are the order of the day for Paris firm Jouin Manku, which was commissioned along with architecture firm YTL Design Group to take on this large-scale integrated architectural and interior design project. This modern and luxurious home was the first of Jouin Manku’s architectural designs to be built, and talk about first impressions! ...

Trends for 2012: Interior Design

Furnishing and design trends for 2012 are emerging and putting a twist on the modern-only styles of the past decade. See what Beasley & Henley Interior Design sees as "In" for the upcoming year! Color: Greys and Naturals The dominant color is Grey. Warm Grey, Light Grey, Charcoal Grey. On walls, furnishings, window treatments, artwork, grey will ...

Troy Beasley Interview

Troy Beasley is the principal designer for Beasley and Henley Interior Design. The company works with architects, builders, and private clients from every corner of the country to create beautifully personalized interiors. Troy’s travels through Greece, Italy, and Asia have influenced his tastes in architectural detail, artistic crafts and textile art. 1. Which designers influenced you? I ...

Static Quarry House | Contemporary Design Concepts

This ethereal creation is composed entirely of concrete. StaticQuarry– designed by Japanese based architecture firm Ikimono Architects – is a multi-family residence with a multitude of openings to encourage interaction between the residents. The building sits atop a 625-square-meter site and includes a rooftop terrace, an amazing bamboo garden, and a total of eight living ...