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New Post has been published on  Rooftop Apartment by Innocad, Manhattan, New York City, USAInnocad has designed the interior of a rooftop apartment located in Meatpacking District, a neighborhood in Manhattan, New York city, USA. The rooftop apartment was remodeled to meet the needs of its new inhabitants. Innocad Architecture changed it functionally and enhanced the design by mixing European design and New York lifestyle and thus creating a fresh atmosphere. Materials and choice of colors represent both high quality standards and relaxed urbanity. Each room mirrors an immediate visual reference to the fascinating land and roofscape of New York City. The Heart of the apartment, a Marilyn Relief, defines the residential area. It is a functional and artistic attribute and also a tribute to this extraordinary city.
New Post has been published on’Oasis - A  Stunning Getaway in Terres Basses – Baie Rouge, St. MartinL’Oasis is a stunning getaway located in Terres Basses – Baie Rouge, St. Martin. Surrounded by crystalline water and almost-white sand, the villa’s luxurious interior provides every comfort to its guests. L’Oasis also features a full spa with a gym room equipped with Multi-Station Universal, a treadmill, an elliptical machine, free weights, Plasma TV, an exterior Jacuzzi, a massage room with two tables, a manicure/pedicure area and a bathroom with steam room. When it comes to swimming, guests can choose from a dip in the sea, or either of the two swimming pools: one is located at the villa and the other on the sand with a spectacular beach pavilion.
New Post has been published on Peaceful Beach Retreat: The Quedjinup Interiors by Jodie Cooper DesignJodie Cooper Design studio designed the interiors of  the Quedjinup project, a peaceful beach retreat built by The Rural Building Company. This two story contemporary residence is located in Dunsborough, a coastal town in the South West of WesternAustralia.  The large free form living and kitchen area is enhanced by raking ceilings and views through stackable sliding doors to the back alfresco area. Being the heart of the home, the living room is perfectly designed for those on acreage with beautiful 360 degree views or for others who desire open space living. The Quedjinup has been beautifully designed with a contrast of soaring ceilings and free form living areas and secluded bedroom areas to retire to for privacy. This home can be easily modified to suit a particular family, with additional floorplan options.
New Post has been published on Room Family House by Architect Takaaki Kawabat, New YorkHow about living all together in one big room? Although the idea does not sound very friendly at the beginning, the things will immediately change if you happen to meet Japanese architect Takaaki Kawabat,  a senior associate at Janson Goldstein in New York. Growing up in a one-room farmhouse on the island of Ishikawa must have produced a huge influence on Takaaki’s interior design philosophy. The kitchen, the living room, two sleeping areas and even a large dressing area were built into the architecture of a 1,100-square-foot log cabin in Garrison, New York. Talented architect, Takaaki ended up doing much of the work himself on weekends with help from family and friends—”my father came from Japan to put up the siding with me, and my mother helped restore the chimney; we camped out on the property and neighbors brought us lunch.” Therefore, no need to worry if you have only one room to share with family and friends!
Photographs by Mikiko Kikuyama.
New Post has been published on Marco Piva Completes Interiors of a Private Residential ApartmentIn the center of the historic “Fiera Milano” district, overlooking the new public park in the Milan’s CityLife development, Studio Marco Piva has completed the interiors of a private residential apartment. The entrance, featuring a custom-made backlit plasterboard wall, leads to the large living area.

Designed by Marco Piva, the plasterboard has been studied as opposed to the window, an artificial back-lit in contrast with a natural light source. The living area, very spacious and with access to both terraces, is designed to receive guests or relaxing with the family. The simple and functional design achieves a sophisticated and elegant finish, rich in details that emphasize the exclusivity of the overall project. Working closely with the client, the design team undertook a careful chromatic research, selecting contemporary but not invasive colors that would not lose appeal over time. An important element are the two hanging lamps, characterized by a descent of blown glass spheres in which is positioned the light source.
New Post has been published on Praia: Beautiful Beachside House in Peninsula Papagayoc, Costa Rica One of the first homes built on the esteemed Papagayo Peninsula, Casa Praia is the most popular rental. Just five bedrooms, this 10,000 living space has generous common areas. A large and open living, dining, and kitchen space spills onto an expansive terrace with outdoor covered eating and lounging areas with television, open air lounging and sunbathing by the generous infinity edge pool. All of this looking over the sunset views of the open Pacific ocean.  Casa Praia has 4 ocean view bedrooms with an additional 5th garden view bedroom. The rooms are made up of 3 kings and 2 queens in the ocean view bedrooms and 1 queen in the garden view.

Three of the main level ocean view bedrooms have outdoor showers that connect to terrace space surrounding the 2 pools. Four of the bedrooms have a spacious terrace with outdoor furniture overlooking the ocean, pool, and garden. There is a large green space beyond the terraces to walk out and gaze at the trees and monkeys guaranteed to visit you on your stay. In the main quarters there is a separate entertainment room with 2 couches, 2 recliners, and a flat screen television as well a table with two chairs, a mini bar and mixing station and the ability to close the room with sliding wooden doors, in additional there is another open living room and dining room with two couches, a lounger chair, and formal dining for 10. The open kitchen is visible from the living and dining room. The back wall of this area is floor to ceiling windows looking over the terrace and pool to the Pacific Ocean.
New Post has been published on And White Mix In Luxurious Penthouse by Ando StudioAre you ready to strip away the color? Then, you’ve come to the right place. Realized by Ando Studio, the rendering project below features a large open space that incorporates both living and dining areas. A clean, pure aesthetic dominates the interior that feels airy and organized. The designer started with a palette of white walls, creating a perfect background for the future black pieces: sofa, book shelves, pillows and chairs. If you are a big fan of such combinations, introduce grey and silver glittering now and there in order to moderate the heavy atmosphere and to add a pitch of glam. To keep things sophisticated, decorate with big size vases, sculptures, chandeliers and candle sticks. Last, but not least, continue the set-up outside, on a lovely terrace overlooking the entire city. Try the combination at home if you feel inspired, but pay attention not to fall into an impersonal territory!

New Post has been published on Supreme 132 - The Newest of the Benetti Class YachtsEvery yacht has a defining feature, one that illustrates her true personality in an instant. The French have a good phrase: raison d’etre, or reason for existence. In the case of the new Benetti Classic Supreme 132, I discovered it on the main deck as I wandered. The Classic Supreme 132 is the newest of the Benetti Class yachts, which range from 93 to 145 feet (28 to 44 meters). The Class series is intended as a semi-production motoryacht that draws heavily on the DNA from the Benetti Customs and, I have to admit, she is both classic and supreme.

The interior was designed in collaboration with François Zuretti. The furnishings in the Petrus II are of natural oak and wenge, enriched with handmade leather inserts. One of the unique features in yacht are the diamond shaped panels in ivory colored natural leather in the owner’s and the VIP cabins, that rise from behind the head of the berths and continue up to the ceiling. As always the Benetti’s interiors are completely customizable.
New Post has been published on Design: Krysha Cafe by Grosu Art StudioLooking like a spacecraft, Krysha Cafe below represents a rendering project realized by Grosu Art Studio, an office specialized in outstanding, value-based and timeless designs. Although the items may not be on the market at the moment, they can still inspire us to create something exciting. The space looks like a tube animated by various lighting objects, textures and volumes. Amazed by the fluorescence atmosphere, the visitors experience various combinations of colors and lights in a cafe that incite all the senses. The bar is a long counter top supervised by a shining disco ball, facing an alignment of white leather sofas. Blue, violet, red and pink were used to make the space dynamic and appealing for the teenagers. Although futuristic design may sometimes feel cold, there are theoreticians that find emotion in electromagnetic radiations, high-tech accessories and video games setups. If you are one of them, enjoy the project below!   
New Post has been published on Private Home in SydneyDesigned to make the most of a steep site, this private home in Sydney’s south has created great spaces to enjoy the view of the water. The design features a covered main pavilion with a fully equipped kitchen including a sink, fridge and wood fire pizza oven. This project is definitely a great place entertain and relax whilst enjoying the view of the water. Designed for entertainment it also includes a large dining area, sunken spa and wall mounted TV. On the same level of the pavilion is a sunken fire pit area nestled underneath a large existing Frangipani. Travel down a set of steel stairs and you come to an inviting blue pool with wet edge spill over out to the bay.  A generous lounge and nearby pool pavilion provides plenty of places to relax by the pool and the cantilevered section of the pavilion, with feature timber panelling, ensures that there is shade poolside and looks fantastic next to another mature Frangipani.