All posts with tag:Art Deco

In this small apartment for short-term rental in Paris, designers of Batiik Studio decided to experiment with dark tones and recent trends in interior design. So, the walls in the living room area are painted in a dark, almost black shade, while the kitchen corner has remained bright. The bedroom is a kind of color…

The owners of this apartment in one of the skyscrapers of Chicago did not limit designers of the young Studio CAK, on the contrary gave them complete freedom of action. The idea of Art Deco was born naturally, as the unit is located in the famous Palmolive Building built during the heyday of this style….

Majority of the projects in the portfolio of the French studio Batiik are small, and often even tiny apartments in Paris. As we know, properties in the French capital are always in high demand, so the market for very small living spaces is also very large. But the guys from Batiik not only create a…

Surely, many of you have a desire to live a couple of months in your favorite hotel. At the Lindley Lindenberg Hotel in Frankfurt, anyone can do this – you can stay here for a couple of days or half a year. This is a whole community with its coworking, garden, bar, restaurant, bakery, gym,…

Spanish designer Beatriz Silveira lives and works in Madrid, a city that is rich with beautiful modernist buildings and stately architecture. It is not surprising that her tastes in design formed under the influence of the aesthetic environment in which she grew up. The most of her projects are apartments just in such beautiful buildings,…

Elwood district in Melbourne is famous for its well-preserved residential buildings in Art Deco style, that was at the peak of popularity in the 20-30s of the last century. Architects from Cera Stribley tried to display this local feature in their new project of a modern private townhouse. Rounded shapes, a snow-white brick facade and…

A green stripe through the walls and ceiling in the living room – this we certainly could not expect from the conservative British. Moreover, given the historical nature of the luxurious Georgian terraced house in the heart of London, in which this beautiful apartment is located. Nevertheless, the designers presented a rather bold design for…

Maison de la Luz is a new hotel with 67 rooms in the French Quarter of New Orleans, designed in an interesting eclectic style. The first floor is decorated in the spirit of New Orleans: interesting color combinations, openwork railings, Egyptian motifs – these elements reflected all the diversity of this vibrant city. But the…