Rosewood London – Afternoon Tea

Rosewood London

Rosewood London

Rosewood London

Rosewood London



London Rosewood Hotel – Afternoon tea

Location: High Holborn

Interior Designers: Tony Chi



Planet, Monochrome



British designer Lee Broom has transformed his east London store into an experimental installationinspired by the 1960s Op Art movement.

Alex Hotel



Photographer:  Anson Smart

Alex Hotel responds to the overarching concept of the ‘Hotel as Home’. Together with the client, four key concepts were established for the interior design; ‘the personal’, ‘the escape’, ‘the craft’ and ‘the legacy’, to nurture a sense of intimacy, connectedness and domesticity . The interior design, furnishing and styling imagines the richness, the personality, a sense of frivolity and the layering of a story. – See more at:

Favourite apartment in Rome



Designer: Emiliano Salci and Britt Moran, of Dimore Studio :

Location: Largo Carlo Goldoni in the heart of Rome

Description: Previously a ho-hum Fendi store and anonymous office space, it has been ambitiously reconceived and refurbished as a five-storey cultural, retail, hospitality and entertaining complex for the brand and its clients.

Modern Abstract – Part Two


Modern Abstract Art

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Modern abstract digital Art inspired by today’s architecture, modernist shapes and forms.

Has architecture lost touch with people? There are multiple lenses through which the evolution of modern architecture may be viewed. Framed abstract art is my visual expression emphasis on shapes and lines used in some architecture buildings we see now. Each line and shape was digitally created keeping the defining feature of modern architecture such as Royal Ontario Museum in mind.

I decided to draw an outline of a interior space I imagine the abstract art to be displayed in.

I hope you like it. 🙂

Prism Installation

Designer: Inés Esnal’s

Location: NYC


Artist and architect Inés Esnal’s Prism installation uses colorful elastic rope to form triangular spaces that filter light into the lobby of a new residential building in New York.

The installation’s vivid colors and optical illusions provide a bold contrast to the concrete walls.


Description :

All original architecture was carefully preserved and restored to be new once again. Upon entering the restaurant, an open, yet highly systematic layout was put into place. The green and metal mesh backs of long banquettes become a hallway leading new patrons to the host area. Textured velvets outfit the furniture, while galleries of framed photographs line the brick walls. Back-lit wall shelves glow in the evenings and feature locally blown glass trinkets, that playfully complement the purple checked wallcovering.

The original cobblestone floor peeks through at times, as it makes an entrance between washed oak wood planks. Here, Debuut did a smart job of mixing old with new, while maintaining the integrity of the establishment’s past.

Location: Netherlands