D House by Lode Architecture

stairwell enclosed by bookshelves - brilliant! D House by Lode Architecture

Modern staircase inspiration that we love! | Plataformaarquitectura

Galería de Casa VM / Studio Guilherme Torres - 9

Modern staircases to inspire you on how to update your stairwell to fit your modern decor style.

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lovely, would need to be either steeper or straighter to make the most of the room at kids staircase

Snake Ranch

I want to have a martini in this corner. I love room dividers / screens. City Of Dreams Hotel, Macau.

Construction has begun on a 20-story residential tower on 5 Franklin Place in New York designed by Dutch architect Ben van Berkel of UNStudio.

Futuristic, 5 Franklin Place in New York designed by Dutch architect Ben van Berkel of UNStudio, Modern Architecture


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The Dreamland of workspaces. The King Arthur Round Swing Table, bring the playground into the boardroom or dining room, make meetings or dinners fun and inspiring experiences. By Duffy London

Clever storage solutions and an economical use of space allow a not-quite-500-square-foot apartment in Greenwich Village to play double duty as a home office. Photo by Raimund Koch.  Photo by: Raimund Koch

Not a square inch of storage is lost in Michael Pozner’s aerie in Greenwich Village. Of the seven steps leading up to the sleeping area, five contain drawers. His small set of table and chairs is from Adorable, Award-Winning Small Spaces

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Mita Residence / YJP architecture

'We are Mainly Interested in Ambitious Projects Whose Source is Simplicity and Functionality' | via Tamizo Architects

Tamizo Architects

Loving the contrasting colours and oversized lampshades -Tamino Architects are on the ball!

Detail of a 1930 screen made of glass, iron, lead and Bakelite by Louis Barillet and Jacques Le Chavallier. Valerie Caillon Gervier


Art Deco Screen by Louis Barillet & Jacques Le Chavallier. Geometric shapes and clean lines are typical of this period. This screen is made of glass, iron, lead & Bakelite.