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    Höst Restaurant by Norm Architects and Menu // Copenhagen, Denmark.

    2nd July

    Höst restaurant in Copenhagen is a celebration of all things Scandinavian. A careful balance between minimal and rustic, the hard edge of urbanity and the whimsical romance of rural Scandinavia, Höst straddles these worlds with ease by exercising restraint on all accounts. Soft greenery, recycled windows and industrial lighting are combined with the crisp perfect geometry of the custom designed dinnerware and classic contemporary furniture…



    2.0 Exhibition at the Museo Bagatti Valsecchi, Curated by Rosanna Orlandi // Milan 2013.

    29th April

    Stepping into the Museo Bagatti Valsecchi is a real feast for the senses. Tucked between Via Santo Spirito and Via Gesù in the centre of Milan, this late 19th-century neo-Renaissance palazzo opened it’s doors as a museum in 1994. As though this museum wasn’t spectacular enough, the recent intervention by two Ladies – Goga Ashkenazi – billionaires, oil-magnate and serial entrepreneur, and Rossana Orlandi – highly respected art and design curator – takes the experience of visiting Bagatti Valsecchi to a whole new level…



    Paris New York Burger Restaurant by CUT architectures // Paris.

    11th February

    Designed by the clever boys at CUT architectures, Paris New York is the latest establishment in Paris’s flourishing hamburger restaurant scene. The interior aesthetic is a careful blend of NYC’s and Paris’s combined cultures, spirits and personalities, deliberately avoiding clichés…



    Travel & Hotels | 2012 Archive.

    31st December

    01 | Karaköy Rooms by RunArchitects | Istanbul, Turkey. 02 | Capri Suite by ZETASTUDIO Architects | Capri, Italy. 03 | Scandic Grand Central Hotel in Stockholm. 04 | Comfort Hotel Grand Central | Oslo, Norway. 05 | Casa do Conto (House of Tales) Hotel | Porto, Portugal. 06 | Hotel Lautner | Desert Hot Springs, California…



    Merci Concept Store // Paris.

    19th November

    And so we arrive to the final post about my recent trip to Paris for the Design Week. Today I’d like to tell you about my visit to Merci, a wonderful concept store in Le Marais. Chances are you’ve already seen a million photos from Merci, particularly of the iconic red Fiat in the courtyard which you can probably recognise in a heart beat even if you’ve never been there. There is definitely no shortage of crazy love and articles written about this retail gem. In fact, if you’ve ever consulted to any kind of Paris design guide, it is more than likely Merci was top of the list of places to visit. And there is a number of very good reason for this…



    Comme des Garçons “White Drama”, Cristóbal Balenciaga “Fashion Collector” & PGL by Pigalle // Les Docs, Paris.

    12th November

    Rei Kawakubo, the designer behind avant-garde Japanese fashion label Comme des Garçons, created an intriguing exhibition of her spring/summer 2012 collection titled “White Drama”. The exhibition showcased monochrome pieces from the collection, which magnified the four stages of life – birth, marriage, death, and transcendence. Kawakubo conceptualised the installation design and styled it in the same way as they appeared in her runway show – in giant clear plastic bubbles…




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