All posts with tag:minimalism

The stylish Calile hotel is located in Brisbane’s trendy James Street district, surrounded by boutiques, restaurants and art galleries. The seven-story hotel with a white brick facade is decorated in a modern version of the Art Deco style with a predominance of pastel colors. The minimalist architecture and concrete contrast with the warm colors of…

The new boutique hotel The OKU in Ibiza is located just a few minutes’ walk from the picturesque bay of Cala Gracio. The interiors of the hotel turned out to be both minimalistic and bohemian: wood, stone and rattan are actively present here, but due to large windows, high ceilings and simple furniture, everything looks…

Belgian Vincent van Duysen, one of the most influential architects and designers of our time, recently showed the interiors of his own home. He is a striking representative of modern minimalism, although Vincent himself does not like this comparison – unlike faceless and sterile minimalist interiors, his spaces are warm and textured. So his house…

In the design of this duplex apartment in Kyiv, Ukraine, the authors have mixed elements of three different styles. Firstly, this is minimalism – there is very little furniture and decor, the main emphasis is on space and natural light. The second main style is industrial: concrete ceilings and columns, as well as a metal…

This Venice Beach, California home is a series of one-story buildings linked by small walkways and surrounded by greenery and palm trees. In interior design, the tone is set by open spaces and large windows, they saturate the house with air and seem to visually wash the walls. The designer chose minimalistic furniture and beautiful…

On the rocky coast in Sweden, where this modern summer cottage is located, there are practically no trees and vegetation, but the sea is just a few steps away, and the rocks offer rather unusual landscapes. The owners built a modern house of wood, which not only harmoniously blended into the landscape, but also allows…

Interior stylist Lovisa Hagers is not one of those who like catchy interiors with an abundance of color accents and contrasts. Her ideal space is filled with soft muted tones, natural smooth textures, and restrained sophisticated decor. In her Stockholm apartment, she was able to create just such interiors where she enjoys beautiful shapes and…