AD SHOW GET READY TO CELEBRATE DESING IN NEW YORK
February 15th, 2017 by msa

AD SHOW is coming and Architectural Digest is the main responsible for this major trade show!

Once again, it’s about time to wake up the city that never sleeps with one of the most memorable design events in the world!


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This 4 day-experience is taking place in New York City from March 16th to 19th at Piers 92&94, located in the 55th Street at 12th Avenue.

Keep scrolling to discover more about this respectable interior design meeting, which gather the world’s leading brands along with today’s top talents!

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More than 400 brands all around the world come together to showcase their latest products, including the best of original art, sculpture, furniture and, of course, lighting!

Such a well-thought event that will also offer incredible seminars to bring you the best interior design tips!

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As you already know, we just adore everything related to lighting and AD Show will greet its visitors with the amazing world of luxurious lighting pieces.

DELIGHTFULL

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DelightFULL’s collections are born from combining past heritage of 40’s, 50’s, 60’s and a contemporary design touch, a unique design concept that recovers stilnovo artistic movement as never before.

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However, lighting is not the only one that will take center stage on this design adventure!

DAVID HARBER

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 SAMANTHA SANDBROOK ART & INTERIORS 

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If New York is already a new World itself, now we give you one more reason to travel there and let yourself be carried away by its magic!

There is no way to miss such delightful event!


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architectural digest kitchen remodel
October 27th, 2016 by weblog

Architectural Digest is one of the absolute trendsetters when it comes to home design. Today, we bring you some fabulous kitchen design ideas for you to inspire yourself in case you’re thinking about giving a new look to your kitchen!

With their minimalist cabinetry, neutral color palettes and metallic accents, these modern kitchens have a subtle elegance that will never go out of style. A pop of color—whether it’s on the furniture, in a bowl of fresh fruit or in a vase of flowers—ensures that these contemporary kitchen remodeling ideas will still make it feel warm and welcoming, as do big windows that let in the sun, an architectural light fixture or even a piece of bold artwork or decor.

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Domed pendant lights by Artemide hang above a Caesarstone-topped island in a Milwaukee high-rise apartment’s kitchen designed by Victoria Hagan.

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The kitchen of a Ketch Harbour, Nova Scotia, home by Alexander Gorlin Architects has floor-to-ceiling windows that provide a panoramic ocean view.

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A glass backsplash sets a polished tone in a Washington, D.C., kitchen designed by Solís Betancourt & Sherrill. A hood by Gaggenau hangs above the gleaming Caesarstone island.

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Shelton, Mindel & Associates updated the kitchen of a classic Hamptons country house with Bulthaup cabinetry and stools, a Viking range and hood, and a simple backsplash of white Waterworks tile.

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An Upper East Side, Manhattan, duplex’s simple kitchen sparkles with white Corian cabinetry and counters. Architect Steven Harris and designer Lucien Rees Roberts created the clean-lined space.

 

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A vast white Corian table with gold inlay that sits above a custom-made, gold-leaf-finished island is the main attraction in New York designer Jamie Drake’s elegant Manhattan kitchen.

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Cerused-oak cabinetry lines a Rockwell Group–designed Manhattan penthouse’s kitchen. The wall ovens, range, and hood are all by Wolf, and the backsplash is of nickel tile.

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Handbag designer Nancy Gonzalez’s Western Colombia apartment, designed with Jean-Louis Deniot, has a kitchen paved in marble and outfitted with a Bulthaup hood and a Wolf cooktop. The open kitchen window lets in fresh air from the lush grounds surrounding the hilltop property.

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A walnut-top table and walnut benches provide a stylish dining space in the kitchen area of a crisp Nantucket home designed by Jacobsen Architecture. LEM stools from Design Within Reach face the lustrous white kitchen, which is appointed with a Sub-Zero refrigerator and Dornbracht sink fittings.

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Art by Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein hangs on the walls in the kitchen of a Chicago duplex apartment renovated by Marvin Herman & Assoc. The cabinetry and sink are by Bulthaup, and the faucet is by KWC.

 

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Home Design Ideas Mid-century modern Los Angeles Apartment
June 10th, 2016 by weblog

This Los Angeles apartment is an excellent feature for your home design ideas‘ moodboard. We found this article inspired by Architectural Digest here. This is a fantastic, exclusive and full of personality L.A. apartment, which is own by Adam Hunter, a famous American interior designer.

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With a client roster that includes Neil Patrick Harris, skincare maven Kate Somerville, and the famous actress Christina Hendricks, the designer was made for success in his life. The importance of having an amazing place to rest and to be  with friends, the place we call home, is undebatable, so when a unit became available in Los Angeles’s iconic Shoreham Towers building, it felt like fate. “It was a total Eat, Pray, Love moment,” says the Broadway star turned decorator.

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It is a place full of energy, but energy does not decorate homes. Untouched since the late 60’s, the apartment was not very welcoming the way the owner wanted, so, the design team and the contractor removed every interior wall in the 1,000-square-foot space to create a blank canvas.

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The white-oak flooring was made and came from France and installed in a classic chevron pattern that extends to the master bath and balconies, where it is replicated in tile. The ceiling was dropped roughly five inches throughout to achieve, in Hunter’s words, a “halo” effect using acrylic lenses that lie flush with the drywall instead of recessed lighting; recessed curtains frame the panoramic views of the city below.

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In the kitchen, the designer cantilevered the island so that it appears to be floating, a month-long process that involved soldering the marble into the wall.

The bedroom has a sophisticated and elegant vibe, with amazing and colorful decor details that give this space some extra personality.

The bathroom with white marble details and full of light emanates a feeling of piece and calmness.

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Also in this apartment, there is a cozy and beautiful corner, such as the one above, perfect to enjoy a cup of tea with friends.

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10 Stunning Celebrity Dining Rooms to Be Inspired by
March 22nd, 2016 by weblog

Check out these 10 stunning and inspiring celebrity dining rooms (and thanks to Architectural Digest for the amazing article). Today’s home design ideas will help you achieving the perfect dining room design. Get inspired by some of the most incredible million dollar homes.

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FEATURED design tastemakers
January 20th, 2016 by weblog

Architectural Digest has selected the list of design tastemakers named to this year’s AD100 list. Some of them are daredevils, some are classicists, but all are extremely confident. From dynamic decorators recalibrating beloved traditions to enterprising architects shaking up a skyline near you. These 100 thought leaders are the best global design nowadays.

 

1. Axel Vervoordt

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The Belgian designer Axel Vervoordt is selected into this list for his capti­vatingly minimalist interiors inspired with a serene sense of history and timelessness. You may know his signature style by pale-washed walls, salvaged beams, rustic slab tables, linen-slipcovered seating, antiques with rich patinas, juxtapositions of ancient sculpture and abstract paintings. There are Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, Robert De Niro, Calvin Klein among his VIP Clients.

2. Bunny Williams Inc.

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Blue-blooded rooms layered with deep-dish well- being and invigorating juxtapositions of old and new are the hallmark of decorating grande dame Bunny Williams. The Design Philosophy of the designer is the following: “To show people how easy it is to live with beautiful things”.

 

3. Deborah Berke

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“Modern, exacting, sensual, authentic, place-specific, life-enriching.” This is the way the work of this designer may be characterized. The team of Deborah Berke is creating buildings and spaces that are poised between background and foreground, where the presence of architecture is in a constant balance with the forces of life.

4. Daniel Romualdez

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Widely heralded yet wildly discreet, Daniel Romualdez has won accolades for his seamless, sublimely crafted environments, whose broad range of styles—minimalist here, maximalist there— share a rarefied attention to detail. The designer deeply believes: “Form follows function—a home, no matter how beautiful, does not succeed if it’s not comfortable.”

5. Darryl Carter

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Nearly two decades ago Darryl Carter left a successful law career to pursue his love of design, a passion he has since exercised in spare, elemental rooms—as well as in his lighting collection for the Urban Electric Co., paints for Benjamin Moore, and his namesake Washington, D.C., shop. The key influences on the designer had Architect JØrn Utzon, cabinetmaker Thomas Day, artists Purvis Young and Igor Mitoraj.

 

6. David Kleinberg

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In the coolly cultured, perfectly polished settings composed by David Kleinberg, tranquil color schemes are punctuated by powerful silhouettes and architectural details that establish a refined sense of rhythm. His latest project is a historic Egyptian Revival house in Sag Harbor, New York, and an oceanfront villa in Palm Beach, Florida.

 

 

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An Urban Style Home in Mexico - Architectural Digest
October 13th, 2015 by weblog

What we bring you today will certainly be one of the best home design ideas of the week, by Architectural Digest. The concept of Casa Lomas Altas (or High Hills House), placed on the City of Mexico, was to mix up the urban and the green and Muro Rojo Architecture team perfectly did it.

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Elizabeth Gómez Coello and Jorge Medina, from Muro Rojo Arquitectura, created spaces with big doors and lots of plants and other nature elements. From the inside, you can appreciate the nature, being in a house with such an urban interior design than could perfectly be placed in the middle of Manhattan. Let’s see this urban style Home in Mexico City.

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The garage and the service area are in the ground floor and the first floor is just some stairs away. In this first floor there’s the living room, dining room, kitchen, the family room with a terrace and a garden, a studio and a playroom. And at the first floor there are 3 bedrooms and a tv room.

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But the best is yet to come: at the roof, lays a gym and a spa.

In this interior design were used 3 types of rocks: Calacatta marble, Cuarcita and Pietra D’Avola, as well as Copacabana granit (used in the guest’s bathroom). This materials contrast with the european wallnut also used in the family room (installed by Fine Floors) as well as with the oak flooring.

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The façade is made of concrete, exactly as each urban and modern house’s façade should be made of. In the frontage we can also find some modern shutters by Hunter Douglas.

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This amazing urban style home design was possible thanks to this balance that Elizabeth Gómez Coello and Jorge Medina were able to develop, between the different textures and colors. We really love this amazing urban design, that proves how is possible to include nature everywhere.

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The light design was developed by Luz y Forma. What this company has done here was to distribute irregularly many kinds of lighting, transforming the house into a cozy place.

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A large part of the furniture design was made by Muro Rojo Arquitectura and mixed up with other classic furniture pieces. In the living room, the custom-made furniture contrasts with a couple Three Legged Shell Chairs bHans Wegner, a stool by Gatone Rinaldi for Poltrona Frau and two lamps by DelightFULL (Duke Floor and Coltrane Suspension). 

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Architectural Digest An Urban Style Home in Mexico - Architectural Digest dl novelties 750The pillows designed by Dr. Lakra (ordered to Centro Oaxaca) and the black fireplace by Colectivo 1050 grados, are two of our favorite details in this urban style interior design.

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Architecture and Interior Design: Muro Rojo Arquitectura
Light Design: Luz y Forma
Landscape: Paisaje Radical
Photo Credits: Jaime Navarro

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October 12th, 2015 by weblog

Our home design ideas for today were inspired in one of the most important and renowned magazines in the world: Architectural Digest, more precisely from AD Mexico.

Katia Contreras is the responsible for the article that inspired us to give you this tips today. Let’s see some Pastel Home Design Ideas for you interior designs?

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Armstrong arc foot lamp by Diogo Carvalho for DelightFULL is a true Italian design classic with a minimalistic style and a clear usability. So simple but so elegant at the same time with Its handmade structure in brass, the lampshade in aluminum and the base in Carrara marble. Perfect for a contemporary living room.

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JJ chair by Antonio Citterio for B&B Italia. 🙂 The JJ Family presents armchairs with a different look with a different look ans a wide variety of materials. Also available as a rocking chair.

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Meet Stab light by Arik Levy for Danese Milano. The Stab light is produced with a very traditional bohemian handblowing technology. Its handblowing to wooden moulds. The moulds are produced by hand as well, from hard and wet wood. The glass masters are using glass blowing pipe as basic instrument, gathering several layers of glass in variouse colors and by mouth blowing and shaping with hand tools prepares shape which is very close to the moulds shape. Traditional, yet, very modern! Love them both, but which one if your favorite? The hanging or the table ones?

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You’l fall in love by Bumper chair. Designed by Ward Bennett for Herman Miller, Bumper chair it’s the perfect chair for a variety of lounge, living, and even work spaces. With its gentle sweep and excellent lumbar support, comfort is paramount in the Bumper Chair’s deceptively simple, nearly seam‑free design. The arm cap and inner and outer shells are shaped from a single piece of upholstery, creating a continuous, uninterrupted welt around the seat. Originally introduced in 1964, the Bumper Chair’s robust portfolio of customization options includes numerous textiles and leather upholsteries, as well as a series of bases in four finishes.

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Little Eliah Lamp by Maison Dada defines the laws of gravity. Flying and oscillating. Little Eliah has the structure of a regular table lamp re-imagined intoa whimsical suspended form. Freed from the need to be placed onto something, one can spontaneously choose its position, whether hung on its own or highlighting a piece of furniture.

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This is LTR center by Charles y Ray Eames for Vitra. The LTR (Low Table Rod Base, 1950) is a small, versatile occasional center table designed by Charles and Ray Eames, who used it in their own home in a variety of different ways. For the table top, you have two options: plywood, hard laminate surface or gold leaf surface, with transparent coating.
The base can be made in steel wire, but it can also be chrome-plated or powder-coated.

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April 28th, 2015 by weblog

You need to visit the most recent Peter Marino’s exhibition. I imagine you are preparing yourself already for the big trade show that is coming: Maison et Objet Americas 2015. But besides M&O Miami, there’s so much more you can do in the city. And visit Peter Marino‘s exhibition is one of those things.

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Marino’s doesn’t need any kind of presentation. He’s the great architect that has been befitting luxury retailers as Dior, Chanel or even Louis Vuitton. Some cultural education never hurt nobody, so you really should visit Marino’s show at the Bass Museum of Art. “One Way: Peter Marino” is the name of the show that will be in Miami Beach through May 3. And there’s just a few days left.

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And how did this exhibition came out? Reading the interview that the artist gave to Architectural Digest, you can figure it out. It happened when George Lindemann and several other board members went to Marino’s office in Manhattan and said, “Wouldn’t it be cool to have an exhibition that felt like your work space?” See more here. Visiting this exhibition, you will be able to find architect’s multifaceted relationship with art. The main point of this collection is exactly: “Peter Marino collects art, Peter Marino commissions art, and Peter Marino builds art.”

In an interview for Architectural Digest, Marino said: “It’s important to say that the Bass exhibition is not a retrospective. We’re showing architecture from just the past seven or eight years, and the largest part of my art collection, my Renaissance bronzes, won’t be a focus. I’ve already displayed those at L.A.’s Huntington Library, the Wallace Collection in London, and the Minneapolis Institute of Art. The Miami audience is, shall we say, quite pop. Most of the show is what I would call young and fun and hip.”

You can find more info about this exhibition at Bass Museum of Art’s website. Visit and enjoy!

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"Clebrities' elegant velvet rooms"
January 24th, 2014 by weblog

You already know that Architectural Digest is one of the best interior design magazines. They are a must for anyone that likes interior design, architecture and design see new velvet rooms projet.

In case you don’t know yet, this amazing magazine has an online platform in which you can discover fantastic projects made by the best interior designers and architects  in the world. The website is called AD Design Files.

AD Design File allows you to make a personalized search! You can look for rooms, styles or colors and the site gives you dozens of photos that you can see and get inspiration from.

This is a great tool for anyone that loves to see interior design projects.

Today “Home Design Ideas” will show you a selection of celebrities’ elegant velvet rooms made by Architectural Digest in the AD Design Files platform.

In will get inside of the home of some of the most famous people in the world!

Elegant Velvet Rooms

Jean-Paul Beaujard’s Manhattan duplex 

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“Bronze equestrian statues and a gilt-wood sofa covered in a velvet from Stark furnish interior designer Jean-Paul Beaujard’s Manhattan duplex. The apartment, decorated with early-19th-century France in mind, also features luxurious deep-green velvet curtains.”

Ralph Lauren’s residence, New York 

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“An 18th-century portrait presides over the library of Ralph Lauren’s Bedford, New York, residence. The French doors are curtained with a Ralph Lauren Home velvet, and the throw pillows are covered in antique fabrics. “I wanted something that was a little more English than my other homes, but I still wanted it to feel young,” says Lauren”

Adam Levine’s Los Angeles home

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“Maroon 5 front man Adam Levine’s Los Angeles home features a Dunbar tufted-velvet sofa. The room’s curated mix of vintage finds includes a Stilnovo floor lamp and a Jean Prouvé cocktail table. “Furnishing a home is no different than going into the studio and making music,” the singer says. “You want to make sure you’ve pared down all the extra details so that in the end, every stitch has a context uniquely yours.” ”

Umbria Castle by Martyn Lawrence Bullard 

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Martyn Lawrence Bullard created a bedroom in an Umbrian castle fit for a king. The bed curtains are made of a Holland & Sherry velvet, and the walls are upholstered in a silk damask by Schumacher. ”

 Timothy Corrigan’s Los Angeles home

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“Veronese velvet covers an ottoman and armchairs in the reading area of the master suite in interior designer Timothy Corrigan’s Los Angeles home. “What I really aim for is comfortable elegance,” Corrigan says”

As you can see, Architectural Digest through the website AD Design Files give us the opportunity to check fantastic interior designs like these celebrities’ elegant velvet room. It’s a site we all should bookmark!

Home Design Ideas” will continue to give you fantastic home design ideas. We like,as much as you, to read all about the best ideas for the home, the latest decor trends, the best interior design projects and so on.

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December 6th, 2013 by weblog

We all have our favorite designers and architects. Some works by certain people make an impact, inspiring us to get to work and recreate some projects in our own houses.

Often in the most prestigious magazines we find a celebrity house styled by a famous and prestigious interior designer, but who are star’s favorites? Whose work inspires celebrity’s like Tom Cruise, Mark Wahlberg, John McEnroe, Sting, and so on?

Architectural Digest asked some of the most famous people in the world who are the designers and architects that they absolutely love.  “Home Design Ideas” will share it with you!

Michael Bloomberg

Jamie Drake has a remarkable ability to reimagine space. He uses color, texture, unique accents, and creative layouts to make any room at once beautiful and comfortable. Whether he’s designing a new home or breathing new life into a historic treasure like New York City’s Gracie Mansion, Jamie thinks of every detail.”

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Beth and Howard Stern

The experiences we have had with (Tony) Ingrao surpassed all of our expectations. The vision and the opportunities are unparalleled.”

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Tommy Hilfiger

Martyn (Lawrence Bullard) is an incredible talent with an eye for creating iconic designs. Dee and I admire his ability to combine sophistication with a fun, irreverent take on interiors.”

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Anna Wintour

“We often joke that Jesse and Mara (Carrier and Company Interiors) are like contributing editors to my own private magazine. Both at Vogue and at home, they always bring a grand vision to the table—along with invaluable expertise and an impeccable eye. It continues to amaze me that they managed to turn a series of broken-down barns into a wonderful compound for my family.

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Tom Ford

Bill Sofield has the ability to understand the architecture of a space and how to utilize it in the most beautiful way. He can create completely different styles for his clients based on who they are and what their taste is. Our efforts have always been collaborative, and I value what he brings to the table architecturally and aesthetically.”

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These are just some of the celebrity’s favorite interior designers and architects. Just like they have a preferred style and admire talented people that innovate in the design world.

Sources: Architectural Digest

 

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December 4th, 2013 by weblog

Staircases! Most people just see them as a functional piece. Their thing is to get us from one floor to another. However there are some brilliant minds that think hard while designing a staircase. Some interior designers create amazing projects that can make a house look classier.   Architectural Digest has made a selection of some of the most beautiful, fantastic and innovative staircases that were featured in the magazine.

These are some examples of amazing designs that can inspire us!

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Designed by Paula Gutierrez Erlandsen this staircase stands out not only for being good looking but also for the scenery around it!

As you can see there are some staircases that get us to the top floor and look absolutely fantastic! Some designers really can make astonishing projects. I hope you enjoyed this post and don’t forget! To se more amazing staircases click HERE !

Architectural Digest is a vibrant monthly celebration of international design talents, innovative homes and products, inspiring decorating ideas, culture, and travel. Launched in 1920 as a California trade quarterly, the magazine evolved over the years, increasing in frequency and broadening in scope until it became the byword for living well. Today AD publishes nine international editions, and its brand has immeasurable influence in the world of interior design.

 

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