Vander Urbani Resort in Ljubljana, Slovenia

28 November 2012 {1} Comment

There are plenty of reasons why a hotel can become so successful that even a single glance can captivate us and create an enchanting sense of belonging. In the case of the Vander Urbani Resort, this reason is the warm, welcoming Vujadinovič family, who are always eager to welcome their guests and share their local secrets. [...]

A House With A View by Minas Kosmidis

28 November 2012 {3} Comments

It’s not every day that the reconstruction and reconfiguration of a post-war two storey detached house can get the pulses racing, unless of course, you’re funding the project. But when a design focuses on the optimisation of space, light and an incredibly unique view, it’s pretty hard not to get excited! [...]

My Greek Island Home by Claire Lloyd

27 November 2012 {12} Comments

Although most Greeks have been raised on a steady diet of sea and sun, it sometimes takes a fresh pair of eyes to appreciate the true value of both. Photographer Claire Lloyd’s long-standing affair with the island of Lesvos now undoubtedly shows us the way [...]

The Fogo Island Studios by Saunders Architecture in Newfoundland, Canada

27 November 2012 {4} Comments

Fogo Island Studios are slowly becoming an urban myth where the imposing landscape of the North Atlantic plays an essential role revealing four exclusive studios, soon to be six, on the North coast of Newfoundland, Canada. [...]

Animated Narratives By RRRRRRRRoll

26 November 2012 {1} Comment

A mysterious and captivating collection of GIFs produced by an anonymous group out of Japan, feature a simple, quiet and intriguing woman narrating many stories. Users keep coming back for more and we’re pretty sure you’ll be addicted too! [...]

The GMG House By Pedro Gadanho In Torres Vedras, Portugal

22 November 2012 {3} Comments

Through GMG House, the architect Pedro Gadanho has created a tailored residence to fit its owner like a glove. Its all about play and boldness through which to show your true colours.     [...]

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PLEXUS And PAIN By Gabriel Dawe

21 November 2012 No Comments

Gabriel Dawe who quit his job as a graphic designer in pursuit of freedom and liberation, is known for his site specific installations made out of thousands and thousands of colorful threads reminiscent of rainbows. Yatzer presents his work which promises to liberate the most reserved of minds out there. [...]

PASTOE Celebrates Its 100 Years Anniversary

18 November 2012 {3} Comments
23 February 2013 - 02 June 2013

Aristotle once said 'Quality is not an act, it is a habit.' Combine this habit with many years of experience, and the result can be nothing less than pure and eclectic. PASTOE, the iconic, Dutch, furniture label celebrates 100 years of success. [...]