Posts Tagged ‘bathrooms’

The Fritz Hotel by The Invisible Party, Düsseldorf – Germany

December 29th, 2016

The Invisible Party likens the hotel to the sweetly nostalgic narrative of a Wes Anderson film: guests become regulars because of the energetic atmosphere and good company, not because of the decadent marble bathrooms and bellhops.

Hostel CONII by Estudio ODS, Quarteira – Portugal

June 27th, 2016

The wet areas finished with small tiles 10x10cm and an industrial wood panel OSB that is present in every space of the hostel, in furniture, flooring in bedrooms, the bunk beds, the kitchen and the wainscoting.

Alfieri Nove Hotel by Zpstudio, Florence – Italy

May 23rd, 2016

The choice of tunefully mixing vintage pieces to contemporary or custom made furniture has given a unique and charming mood to the interior setting.

Leather floor and wall coverings by Lapèlle Design

May 13th, 2015

Lapèlle creates innovative leather coverings for walls and floors dressing the environment through an exclusive patented installation system that allows you to install and replace each leather tile easily and without structural work.

CREATIVE OFFICES! OKIA / Tank Offices, Tallinn – Estonia

December 14th, 2012

OKIA is a web agency and Tank is Estonia’s leading advertising company, which together seem like an ideal fit for sharing office space. There are just too many things to like in this office. Instead of just being plain, modern, and open, this space really has some warm elements that add a lot of character to it. The wood that is speckled throughout mixes very well with the greens.

Green Waters exhibit by Patrick Nadeau for LG Hausys, Paris

December 10th, 2012

LG Hausys partnered with the French designer Patrick Nadeau for their Green Waters exhibit at the IDEO BAIN trade fair in Paris, where they displayed the latest developments in eco-design for bathrooms (savings, recycling and the natural filtration of water).

edgy room shaping tiles by Patrycja Domanska

January 11th, 2012

“edgy” is a three-dimensional tile. The aim was to provide an alternative to the flat, two dimensional walls in bathrooms and other living quarters . The form is made up of asymmetrical surfaces, „folding“ onto one plane, to form a hexagonal base.