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Nest MGallery hotel is located not in the center of Paris, but in La Defense, the main business center of the French capital. Despite this location, the interiors do not look austere and conservative; on the contrary, designer Oscar Lucien Ono made them as unusual as possible. Oscar Ono was inspired by the design group…

PURO Hotel opened in Krakow in 2013 but has recently undergone a serious renovation that added character and style to its interiors. The new design is a mix of different styles with a retro touch, that includes Art Deco details, geometry prints and a bold creative spirit, for which many Krakow places are famous. Fuchsia,…

This Parisian apartment has a very interesting layout – the kitchen, bedroom and corridor are stretched along the windows, and the living room occupies an interesting semicircular space. The designer decided to play with this feature of the space with the help of geometry: rectangles, ovals and more complex shapes are found everywhere here. A…

Mid-century style has taken on a new dimension in the design of this home in Australia. The designer chose an interesting color scheme based on a combination of green, brown and terracotta – the inspiration for such a palette was the plants and shrubs surrounding the house. Another striking feature is the curved shapes in…

The owners of this apartment in New York’s Lower East Side – a family with two children from Sweden – come here only a few times a year. But even on rare visits, they wanted to stay in their own spacious home. The owners wanted their dwelling to reflect the creativity of the area and…

This modern house overlooking the ocean on Long Island turned out to be not only interesting from the architectural point of view, but also very functional – it’s protected from floods that periodically occur in these places. The building is elevated above the ground, and screens are placed on the lower level to help water…

The main request of the owners of this house in Melbourne was to make the interiors brighter and competently zone the space. The budget was limited, so the owners decided to remake only the main living area: the kitchen-living room and part of the second floor. First of all, the designer replaced the old windows…

Remodeled Victorian homes are commonplace in Melbourne. This house, like almost everything on the street, was built in 1878. The main entrance is decorated with a romantic Victorian facade, but on the other side is a modern building. Previous owners have made large-scale repairs and expanded the area of ​​the back rooms in the expense…