Churches and Chapels, Curated by Yellowtrace

Stories On Design // Take Me To Church.

Regardless of whether or not you love churches, it is difficult to deny the extraordinary power of these sacred elemental spaces. In today's world full of noise, the church represents a little break, and a sweet moment of peace. To...
Why Are Architects Sick For Green-Green? | Yellowtrace

Stories On Design // Why Are Architects So Sick For Green?

I've been noticing a peculiar phenomenon in architecture both here and overseas which has me scratching my head juuuust a little. There happens to be one colour (other than "concrete") that sits at the top of architect's list. Green....
Hôtel de Tourrel in St-Remy-de-Provence, France | Yellowtrace

Hôtel de Tourrel in St-Remy-de-Provence, France.

Emblematic of this historic-meets-modern wave is Hôtel de Tourrel. Set in a 17th-century palais in the centre of the old village, the hotel and its seven spacious suites are a mid-century design odyssey. The noble de Tourrel d’Almeran...
Stories in Design by Yellowtrace: Architecture for Children

Stories On Design // Architecture for Children.

As adults, and especially as architects and designers - whether we are parents or not - we have a collective responsibility to teach our Young Jedis about the importance and the value of good design. They say it's best to start them young,...
Glass & Walnut Loft in Paris by CUT Architectures | Yellowtrace

Glass & Walnut Loft in Paris by Cut Architectures.

Glass & Walnut Loft is a minimalist apartment in Paris that combines clean lines with a natural touch, designed by CUT Architectures. The interior was conceived to fit the intense social life of it's owners, offering a large living...
Stories On Design: Sheds, Cabins & Retreats, Curated by Yellowtrace

Stories On Design // Sheds, Cabins & Retreats.

Although humble in stature, these mini-structures speak of the ultimate luxury - the luxury of stillness and more time, and rare pleasures of direct connection with nature. There is no denying the fact that the concept of a minimal,...