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This truly makes me happy! “Multicultural Modernism”

“In designing a home for one of Venice’s typically long and narrow lots, Ehrlich recalled lessons he’d learned from the local architecture of Nigeria and the courtyard layout of houses in the medinas in Morocco. He calls his approach “multicultural modernism.” The result is a house that takes advantage of the climate and that uses natural systems and technology to boost the home’s efficiency.” (Houzz)


Just listen to what they are saying about keeping the environment as it is and working with it, instead of against it. This is just amazing!





The Modern Man

We have been talking so much about interiors, interiors that fit more to a family or a woman, but how about men and their interiors? Spaces dedicated to men tend to be more “manly”, meaning more temperate, with darker tones of blues, greens, and greys, clean lines, perfect for the urban man.

Skipping the stereotypes of a bachelor pad expressing chaos and sterile spaces, the modern man tends towards a sense of warmth, elegance, and a diverse sense of styles.


Natural Vibes

September 1st, 2017 – Fall is here to stay. Even though, the weather is still late summerish, we are slowly getting ready for chilly nights and earlier sunsets.

As another autumn is making room into our lives, so are our minds shifting from bright summer colors to more earthy tones. And when it comes to nature in interior design, wood is a material that never skips a beat and it is in perfect combination with the outdoors. Natural materials, clean lines, the juxtaposition of details, all come together to bring to light a space that reflects the natural vibes of an exterior in an interior.



Harbin Opera House

We envision Harbin Opera House as a cultural center of the future – a tremendous performance venue, as well as a dramatic public space that.

Harbin Opera House – Harbin, China

How can you describe such a magnificent work of art? Glorious.

“We envision Harbin Opera House as a cultural center of the future – a tremendous performance venue, as well as a dramatic public space that embodies the integration of human, art and the city identity, while synergistically blending with the surrounding nature,” said Ma Yansong, founding principal, MAD Architects.


Harbin Opera House by MAD ARchitects

Oversized nature

We love plants and we love them big and imposing.

An interior can change its aspect big times when we add a considerable large pot with an even bigger plant. Nature not just brings a fresh air to your interior but also a feeling of relaxing and comfort. So if you have the space for it, we invite you to add them in your interior and let us know the impact they create. We assure you that you will love it and soon you will want to add more.

Just take a look at this spaces and tell us they are not beautiful?!


Images via DanzaSphere Pinterest