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As the auspicious month of Ramadan starts, may the crescent-shaped moon brighten your path toward enlightenment and may Allah bless you with peace and grace. Wishing you a Happy Ramadan! ☪️
#ramadanmubarak #ramadankareem #dchinteriors #deborahchami

As the auspicious month of Ramadan starts, may the crescent-shaped moon brighten your path toward enlightenment and may Allah bless you with peace and grace. Wishing you a Happy Ramadan! ☪️ #ramadanmubarak #ramadankareem #dchinteriors #deborahchami - 3 months ago

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Mành Mành salon is renovated from a deteriorated hair dressing salon in a populous community in Van Quan urban area. 
The ordinary and simple charm at street hairdresser’s in Hanoi, which is closely associated with trees giving wide shade and old brick walls, inspires designers to create an unusual but familiar space, a space suggesting the idea of A long hair as well as Mành Mành climbing plant garden or Cissus sicyoides pergola with its long roots covering the space underneath.
Highlights of the project are some 200 thousand wooden beads recycled from low-quality wood. These wooden beads are chained into strings of various lengths to produce effects on human senses of zigzag–styled ceiling and beaded curtain separating the space underneath.

Five human senses will be awoken in Mành Mành climbing plant garden by gentle light (sight), soft rustle among the beads (hearing), blend of light fragrance of leaves and beads (smell) while one is there, sipping at his tea (taste), and hairdresser’s skill fulness that brings about comfort (touch) and relaxation to customers upon their experiencing the hair service. 
Project by H&P Architects 
Photo by Nguyen TienThanh

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#manhmanh #hparchitects #nguyentienthanh #interiordesign #architecture #dchinteriors #deborahchami #vanquan #vietnam

Mành Mành salon is renovated from a deteriorated hair dressing salon in a populous community in Van Quan urban area. The ordinary and simple charm at street hairdresser’s in Hanoi, which is closely associated with trees giving wide shade and old brick walls, inspires designers to create an unusual but familiar space, a space suggesting the idea of A long hair as well as Mành Mành climbing plant garden or Cissus sicyoides pergola with its long roots covering the space underneath. Highlights of the project are some 200 thousand wooden beads recycled from low-quality wood. These wooden beads are chained into strings of various lengths to produce effects on human senses of zigzag–styled ceiling and beaded curtain separating the space underneath. Five human senses will be awoken in Mành Mành climbing plant garden by gentle light (sight), soft rustle among the beads (hearing), blend of light fragrance of leaves and beads (smell) while one is there, sipping at his tea (taste), and hairdresser’s skill fulness that brings about comfort (touch) and relaxation to customers upon their experiencing the hair service. Project by H&P Architects Photo by Nguyen TienThanh @hparchitects #manhmanh #hparchitects #nguyentienthanh #interiordesign #architecture #dchinteriors #deborahchami #vanquan #vietnam - 7 months ago

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The design for the Science Museum’s Mathematics Gallery in London, responds to the ambition of David Rooney and his team. 
With historical training in geometric methods to understand morphology, architects are well positioned to contribute to this collaborative endeavour of delivering information-rich settings that support the complex needs of humans within the built environment.

The fluid surfaces and structures of each project are defined by scientific innovations.

While mathematical logic and geometry can provide an intuitive model to understand the natural world, computational tools allows to examine scenarios that enable a nuanced understanding of the mechanisms of nature. 
Uses the principles of a mathematical approach known as computational fluid dynamics which acts as an organisational guide. The layout of the Gallery allows for the virtual lines of airflow to be manifested physically.

Project by Zaha Hadid Architects

Photo by Luke Hayes

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The design for the Science Museum’s Mathematics Gallery in London, responds to the ambition of David Rooney and his team. With historical training in geometric methods to understand morphology, architects are well positioned to contribute to this collaborative endeavour of delivering information-rich settings that support the complex needs of humans within the built environment. The fluid surfaces and structures of each project are defined by scientific innovations. While mathematical logic and geometry can provide an intuitive model to understand the natural world, computational tools allows to examine scenarios that enable a nuanced understanding of the mechanisms of nature. Uses the principles of a mathematical approach known as computational fluid dynamics which acts as an organisational guide. The layout of the Gallery allows for the virtual lines of airflow to be manifested physically. Project by Zaha Hadid Architects Photo by Luke Hayes @sciencemuseum @zahahadidarchitects @lukehayes_uk #sciencemuseum #zahahadid #lukehayes #interiordesign #architecture #dchinteriors #deborahchami #london #uk - 7 months ago

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The addition to Israel’s growing Diamond Exchange District is the uniquely geometrical Amot Atrium Tower, in Tel Aviv-Yafo, designed by prominent architect Moshe Zur. The building's name is drawn from its impressive atrium entrance hall, designed by architect Oded Halaf, who incepted a radical idea: constructing a sculptural stair element into the orthogonal, glass-encased, four-story high lobby. 
Over 18-months, since Halaf presented his rough sketch of the stairs to Tomer Gelfand, the latter managed to design, execute, supervise and finalize all stages of construction, turning Halaf’s dream into a reality.

The stair structure is composed of two interlocking parts: a skeletal metal staircase and a sculptural wooden envelope. Together, they rise as an expressive tornado from the reception desk - conceived as the inception plateau and up to the first-floor mezzanine, fourteen meters above. 
Photo by Itay Sikolski 
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#amotatriumtower #tomergelfand #odedhalaf #itaysikolski #interiordesign #architecture #dchinteriors #deborahchami #telaviv #israel

The addition to Israel’s growing Diamond Exchange District is the uniquely geometrical Amot Atrium Tower, in Tel Aviv-Yafo, designed by prominent architect Moshe Zur. The building's name is drawn from its impressive atrium entrance hall, designed by architect Oded Halaf, who incepted a radical idea: constructing a sculptural stair element into the orthogonal, glass-encased, four-story high lobby. Over 18-months, since Halaf presented his rough sketch of the stairs to Tomer Gelfand, the latter managed to design, execute, supervise and finalize all stages of construction, turning Halaf’s dream into a reality. The stair structure is composed of two interlocking parts: a skeletal metal staircase and a sculptural wooden envelope. Together, they rise as an expressive tornado from the reception desk - conceived as the inception plateau and up to the first-floor mezzanine, fourteen meters above. Photo by Itay Sikolski @odedhalaf_architects #amotatriumtower #tomergelfand #odedhalaf #itaysikolski #interiordesign #architecture #dchinteriors #deborahchami #telaviv #israel - 7 months ago

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The high school in the ‪Schillerstraße in Kufstein‬ is a building with a long standing tradition. It has been planned by architect Willy Graf from Stuttgart and opened in 1907. Around 1980 followed an extension and renovation, seamlessly integrated in the same style of the existing building.
30 years later, in 2009, for the again necessary extension an architectural competition was won by Johannes Wiesflecker, who designed a project which was convincing both in its urbanistic approach to the already existing basic building structure and its special internal organization. Set clearly apart from the existing building – a designated historic monument in the local traditional style of the early 20th century. 
The south-east façade consists of a shear wall which hangs approximately 2.5 m in front of the existing glass façade. This shear wall is the distinguishing artistic element of this new building. In cooperation with the artist Karl-Heinz Klopf, a “crinkled wall” was created, a three-dimensional concrete structure which hangs like a sheet of crumpled paper from the roof down to the first floor.

Photo by David Schreyer

#wiesfleckerarchitecture #johanneswiesflecker #karlheinzklopf #davidschreyer #interiordesign #architecture #dchinteriors #deborahchami #kufstein #austria

The high school in the ‪Schillerstraße in Kufstein‬ is a building with a long standing tradition. It has been planned by architect Willy Graf from Stuttgart and opened in 1907. Around 1980 followed an extension and renovation, seamlessly integrated in the same style of the existing building. 30 years later, in 2009, for the again necessary extension an architectural competition was won by Johannes Wiesflecker, who designed a project which was convincing both in its urbanistic approach to the already existing basic building structure and its special internal organization. Set clearly apart from the existing building – a designated historic monument in the local traditional style of the early 20th century. The south-east façade consists of a shear wall which hangs approximately 2.5 m in front of the existing glass façade. This shear wall is the distinguishing artistic element of this new building. In cooperation with the artist Karl-Heinz Klopf, a “crinkled wall” was created, a three-dimensional concrete structure which hangs like a sheet of crumpled paper from the roof down to the first floor. Photo by David Schreyer #wiesfleckerarchitecture #johanneswiesflecker #karlheinzklopf #davidschreyer #interiordesign #architecture #dchinteriors #deborahchami #kufstein #austria - 7 months ago

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Espriss Cafe by Hooba Design is located in Nejatollahi street, in the centre of Tehran surrounded by Iranian handicrafts shops. The neighboring building, Iranian handicrafts Organization with a brick façade, was the inspiration to use the same material for the Cafe. 
In designing the spatial diagram, the materiality concept is based on an integrated geometry that is from the outside to inside of the Cafe. 
The use of glazed turquoise blue color is inspired from Iranian traditional architecture to generate a combination of color and light in a small space with terracota bricks that are also covered with an antibacterial layer as a hygienic solution. 
The artificial lightening merged with bricklaying geometry is formed by lamps located in the gaps in between the joints of the bricks which translate into a modern language of design.

Photo by Parham Taghioff

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Espriss Cafe by Hooba Design is located in Nejatollahi street, in the centre of Tehran surrounded by Iranian handicrafts shops. The neighboring building, Iranian handicrafts Organization with a brick façade, was the inspiration to use the same material for the Cafe. In designing the spatial diagram, the materiality concept is based on an integrated geometry that is from the outside to inside of the Cafe. The use of glazed turquoise blue color is inspired from Iranian traditional architecture to generate a combination of color and light in a small space with terracota bricks that are also covered with an antibacterial layer as a hygienic solution. The artificial lightening merged with bricklaying geometry is formed by lamps located in the gaps in between the joints of the bricks which translate into a modern language of design. Photo by Parham Taghioff @hoobadesign @esprisscafe @parhamtaghioff #esprisscafe #hoobadesign #parhamtaghioff #interiordesign #architecture #dchinteriors #deborahchami #tehran #iran - 7 months ago

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Snøhetta designed Aesop Duke of York Square store in west London, in tribute to Brazilian modernist Oscar Niemeyer.
The team placed 12 arching sections of wall around its edges. The arches splay out across the ceiling and touch the walls, to incorporate the column into the design.
A large disk-shaped sink with a polished stainless-steel top and fibre-glass base wraps around the centre of the column, cementing it as the centre point of the store.

The colouring and texture of the plasterwork was part of the team's desire to "relate back to the body" and create a "soft human feeling" for the skincare brand. 
Photo by Paola Pansini 
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#aesop #snohetta #paolapansini #oscarniemayer #interiordesign #architecture #dchinteriors #deborahchami #london #uk

Snøhetta designed Aesop Duke of York Square store in west London, in tribute to Brazilian modernist Oscar Niemeyer. The team placed 12 arching sections of wall around its edges. The arches splay out across the ceiling and touch the walls, to incorporate the column into the design. A large disk-shaped sink with a polished stainless-steel top and fibre-glass base wraps around the centre of the column, cementing it as the centre point of the store. The colouring and texture of the plasterwork was part of the team's desire to "relate back to the body" and create a "soft human feeling" for the skincare brand. Photo by Paola Pansini @aesopskincare @snohetta @paola_pansini @oscarniemeyerworks #aesop #snohetta #paolapansini #oscarniemayer #interiordesign #architecture #dchinteriors #deborahchami #london #uk - 7 months ago

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Handmade concrete tiles give a scaly facade to this collaborative workplace building designed by Assemble for artists and designers in east London.

London-based architecture collective Assemble built Yardhouse on a site in Sugarhouse Yard, as a prototype for affordable new-build studios.

Yardhouse was built with a simple wooden post and beam structure and a basic off-the-shelf cladding system, but the architects hand made their own colourful tiles to give the facade a more unique identity.

Photo by Assemble &  David Grandorge

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#sugarhousestudios #assemblearchitects #davidgrandorge interiordesign #architecture #dchinteriors #deborahchami #london #uk

Handmade concrete tiles give a scaly facade to this collaborative workplace building designed by Assemble for artists and designers in east London. London-based architecture collective Assemble built Yardhouse on a site in Sugarhouse Yard, as a prototype for affordable new-build studios. Yardhouse was built with a simple wooden post and beam structure and a basic off-the-shelf cladding system, but the architects hand made their own colourful tiles to give the facade a more unique identity. Photo by Assemble & David Grandorge @assembleofficial #sugarhousestudios #assemblearchitects #davidgrandorge interiordesign #architecture #dchinteriors #deborahchami #london #uk - 7 months ago

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Using scraps leftover thread from her family’s carpet factory in Buenos Aires, artist Alexandra Kehayoglou embarks on a laborious hand-tufting process to fabricate wool carpets and rugs that mimic natural textures like moss, water, trees, and pastures. The carpets balance form and function and can powerfully transform an entire room into a lush meadow dotted with pools of water and tufts of grass. Many of her works even function as part tapestry and flow from walls to floor, or work as covers for chairs or stools.

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#alexandrakehayoglou #interiordesign #architecture #dchinteriors #deborahchami #buenosaires #argentina

Using scraps leftover thread from her family’s carpet factory in Buenos Aires, artist Alexandra Kehayoglou embarks on a laborious hand-tufting process to fabricate wool carpets and rugs that mimic natural textures like moss, water, trees, and pastures. The carpets balance form and function and can powerfully transform an entire room into a lush meadow dotted with pools of water and tufts of grass. Many of her works even function as part tapestry and flow from walls to floor, or work as covers for chairs or stools. @alexkeha #alexandrakehayoglou #interiordesign #architecture #dchinteriors #deborahchami #buenosaires #argentina - 7 months ago

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The CR Land Guanganmen Green Technology Showroom by Vector Architects was a temporary project of 3-year use in Beijing during 2008. The idea was to develop the concept of “temporary” from an more meaningful angle, to design something rather like a piece of installation floating in the garden which could be built, demolished, and recycled through an easy and straightforward way with the least impact to the planned site. The vertical grass wall and roof not only assist to reduce the heat gain/loss, also visually harmonize the temporary structure with the existing garden.

Photo by Shuhe

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#vectorarchitects #greentechnologyshowroom #shuhephoto #interiordesign #architecture #dchinteriors #deborahchami #beijing #china

The CR Land Guanganmen Green Technology Showroom by Vector Architects was a temporary project of 3-year use in Beijing during 2008. The idea was to develop the concept of “temporary” from an more meaningful angle, to design something rather like a piece of installation floating in the garden which could be built, demolished, and recycled through an easy and straightforward way with the least impact to the planned site. The vertical grass wall and roof not only assist to reduce the heat gain/loss, also visually harmonize the temporary structure with the existing garden. Photo by Shuhe @vectorarchitects #vectorarchitects #greentechnologyshowroom #shuhephoto #interiordesign #architecture #dchinteriors #deborahchami #beijing #china - 7 months ago

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The clean minimal interiors of the Proti Proudu Bistro in Prague by Mimosa Architekti was developed using the themes "current and connection". Located in the Karlín district, part of the concept drew influence from the local, well known electrical engineer František Křižík. The electrical concept merged with the idea of connecting through good coffee and delicious food. 
The main bar wall, made of white perforated plywood, creates a grid, which all the components on the wall connect to – from the sliding targets of wires to the paper roll with a daily menu. 
The lights automatically turn on and off as guests come and go. every time the door opens, it illuminates a position in the bistro.

Plywood texture softly reflects stone floor pattern, as well as the oak board of the counter and individual tables. Steel elements preserve their unrefined black iron character. The only exception is the rusty counter with the motto that will never rust IN COFFEE WE TRUST. 
Photo by BoysPlayNice

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#bistroprotiproudu #mimosaarchitekti #františekkřižík #boysplaynice #interiordesign #architecture #dchinteriors #deborahchami #prague #czechrepublic

The clean minimal interiors of the Proti Proudu Bistro in Prague by Mimosa Architekti was developed using the themes "current and connection". Located in the Karlín district, part of the concept drew influence from the local, well known electrical engineer František Křižík. The electrical concept merged with the idea of connecting through good coffee and delicious food. The main bar wall, made of white perforated plywood, creates a grid, which all the components on the wall connect to – from the sliding targets of wires to the paper roll with a daily menu. The lights automatically turn on and off as guests come and go. every time the door opens, it illuminates a position in the bistro. Plywood texture softly reflects stone floor pattern, as well as the oak board of the counter and individual tables. Steel elements preserve their unrefined black iron character. The only exception is the rusty counter with the motto that will never rust IN COFFEE WE TRUST. Photo by BoysPlayNice @bistro.proti.proudu @boysplaynice #bistroprotiproudu #mimosaarchitekti #františekkřižík #boysplaynice #interiordesign #architecture #dchinteriors #deborahchami #prague #czechrepublic - 7 months ago

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Bangkok based Anonym Studio revamped a single storey property in the Thai capital, adding a repurposed walkway, an inner courtyard and an office to an existing front lobby.

Contrasting green and white ceilings and walls feature throughout the property for a TV production office called Green 26.

The white epoxy flooring runs the length of the space, and provides extra brightness to the rooms by reflecting light. 
The working space is simple and spacious, furnished by a long desk in dark green and contrasting white chairs.
Framing the desk is a green wall and sloping ceiling, equipped with simple light fittings. This cluster of colour and furniture in one corner of the room creates a distinct hub.

Photo by Chaovarith Poonphol

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@9kwan

#green26 #anonymstudio #chaovarithpoonphol #interiordesign #architecture #dchinteriors #deborahchami #bangkok #thailand

Bangkok based Anonym Studio revamped a single storey property in the Thai capital, adding a repurposed walkway, an inner courtyard and an office to an existing front lobby. Contrasting green and white ceilings and walls feature throughout the property for a TV production office called Green 26. The white epoxy flooring runs the length of the space, and provides extra brightness to the rooms by reflecting light. The working space is simple and spacious, furnished by a long desk in dark green and contrasting white chairs. Framing the desk is a green wall and sloping ceiling, equipped with simple light fittings. This cluster of colour and furniture in one corner of the room creates a distinct hub. Photo by Chaovarith Poonphol @anonym.studio @9kwan #green26 #anonymstudio #chaovarithpoonphol #interiordesign #architecture #dchinteriors #deborahchami #bangkok #thailand - 7 months ago

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Hypothesis designed Vivarium, an Asian-fusion restaurant in Bangkok, situated in a former industrial storage warehouse. 
Hypothesis kept most of the existing structure of the warehouse and painted new structural elements red to create a juxtaposition with the original walls. 
They also created decorations for the restaurant by reusing objects from the site including tree roots, branches and bits of discarded metal and glass with actual living landscape, ceramic follies designed by Yarnnakarn and façade designed by Stu/D/O Architects, transforming the interior of the space into a terrarium. These decorations are hung from the walls and ceiling, as well as displayed on a series of shelves made from scaffolding. 
Photo by Pakkawat Paisitthawee

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Hypothesis designed Vivarium, an Asian-fusion restaurant in Bangkok, situated in a former industrial storage warehouse. Hypothesis kept most of the existing structure of the warehouse and painted new structural elements red to create a juxtaposition with the original walls. They also created decorations for the restaurant by reusing objects from the site including tree roots, branches and bits of discarded metal and glass with actual living landscape, ceramic follies designed by Yarnnakarn and façade designed by Stu/D/O Architects, transforming the interior of the space into a terrarium. These decorations are hung from the walls and ceiling, as well as displayed on a series of shelves made from scaffolding. Photo by Pakkawat Paisitthawee @hypothesis_design_agency @yarnnakarn @p.paisitthawee #vivariumrestaurant #hypothesisdesignagency #pakkawatpaisitthawee #interiordesign #architecture #dchinteriors #deborahchami #bangkok #thailand - 7 months ago

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The Kitty Burns restaurant is situated close to the bend of Melbourne's Yarra river in the suburb of Abbotsford.
With the aim of creating a space that would feel homely to the residents of the nearby area, Biasol Design Studio introduced a series of pitched roofs to the interior.
Through varying roof heights and designs, the open-plan space was organised into three different dining areas.
Smaller groups are seated underneath an overhanging wooden structure, and booths for larger parties are placed around the edge of the restaurant.
Across the lower walls and surfaces, pale turquoise tiles contrast with Australian timber panels, while imitation greenery stretches towards the top of the high ceilings. 
Photo by Ari Hatzis

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#kittyburns #biasoldesignstudio #arihatzis #interiordesign #architecture #dchinteriors #deborahchami #melbourne #australia

The Kitty Burns restaurant is situated close to the bend of Melbourne's Yarra river in the suburb of Abbotsford. With the aim of creating a space that would feel homely to the residents of the nearby area, Biasol Design Studio introduced a series of pitched roofs to the interior. Through varying roof heights and designs, the open-plan space was organised into three different dining areas. Smaller groups are seated underneath an overhanging wooden structure, and booths for larger parties are placed around the edge of the restaurant. Across the lower walls and surfaces, pale turquoise tiles contrast with Australian timber panels, while imitation greenery stretches towards the top of the high ceilings. Photo by Ari Hatzis @kitty.burns @biasoldesign @arihatzis #kittyburns #biasoldesignstudio #arihatzis #interiordesign #architecture #dchinteriors #deborahchami #melbourne #australia - 7 months ago

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Pan & Pasteles, located in the heart of the historic city of Alcalá de Henares, Madrid, is a colourful and contemporary bakery. Local firm Ideo Arquitectura has renovated a 150-year-old plot beautifully. The aged characteristics of the original site are maintained and enhanced with an artistic installation that spreads across the ceiling, suspended above customers as they shop and eat. Comprising more than 12,000 pink-painted wooden sticks, the display simulates an indoor coral reef and complements the surrounding brick walls while adding a playful yet polished personality to the overall space.

In addition, tha architect and designer, Virginia del Barco, has designed the lighting, a part of the furniture, like the chairs, the stools, the shelves, the bartop, the whiteboards, the light boxes in the façades, etc. On the pictures, you can appreciate the different details of the claddings, as well as the high quality microcement pavements which gives the space a refined elegance.

Photo by @imagensubliminal (Miguel de Guzmán+Rocío Romero)

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Pan & Pasteles, located in the heart of the historic city of Alcalá de Henares, Madrid, is a colourful and contemporary bakery. Local firm Ideo Arquitectura has renovated a 150-year-old plot beautifully. The aged characteristics of the original site are maintained and enhanced with an artistic installation that spreads across the ceiling, suspended above customers as they shop and eat. Comprising more than 12,000 pink-painted wooden sticks, the display simulates an indoor coral reef and complements the surrounding brick walls while adding a playful yet polished personality to the overall space. In addition, tha architect and designer, Virginia del Barco, has designed the lighting, a part of the furniture, like the chairs, the stools, the shelves, the bartop, the whiteboards, the light boxes in the façades, etc. On the pictures, you can appreciate the different details of the claddings, as well as the high quality microcement pavements which gives the space a refined elegance. Photo by @imagensubliminal (Miguel de Guzmán+Rocío Romero) @panypasteles @ideoarquitectura_boutique @virginiadelbarco #panypasteles #ideoarquitectura #virginiadelbarco #imagensubliminal #interiordesign #architecture #dchinteriors #deborahchami #madrid #spain - 7 months ago

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Paris studio Atelier YokYok created the Les Voûtes Filantes or The Shooting Vaults  installation within the 16th-century Gothic-style cloister at St Stephen's Cathedral in Cahors, in south-west France.

The designers used taut strings to form enclosed passages along the existing pathways of the garden, which run diagonally from the corners to a central circle. 
The strings are stretched between thin metal frames shaped like arches from different architectural styles.

Photo by Atelier YokYok & Ulysse Lacoste

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Paris studio Atelier YokYok created the Les Voûtes Filantes or The Shooting Vaults installation within the 16th-century Gothic-style cloister at St Stephen's Cathedral in Cahors, in south-west France. The designers used taut strings to form enclosed passages along the existing pathways of the garden, which run diagonally from the corners to a central circle. The strings are stretched between thin metal frames shaped like arches from different architectural styles. Photo by Atelier YokYok & Ulysse Lacoste @atelieryokyok #atelieryokyok #ulysselacoste #interiordesign #architecture #dchinteriors #deborahchami #cahors #france - 7 months ago

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French designer Ora Ïto has cut and pieced together over 400 wooden slats to create this staircase, which twists up the Paris offices for one of the world's largest luxury companies, LVMH.
Curved edges detail each of the slats, so that when placed side-by-side, they form wave-like indents across the stair.
There is also a semi-circular indent on the inner side of the slats that forms a nook for the steel handrail, while LED lights illuminate the undersides of the stair treads.
Photo by We Are Contents 
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French designer Ora Ïto has cut and pieced together over 400 wooden slats to create this staircase, which twists up the Paris offices for one of the world's largest luxury companies, LVMH. Curved edges detail each of the slats, so that when placed side-by-side, they form wave-like indents across the stair. There is also a semi-circular indent on the inner side of the slats that forms a nook for the steel handrail, while LED lights illuminate the undersides of the stair treads. Photo by We Are Contents @lvmh @ora_ito @wearecontents #lvmh #oraito #wearecontents #interiordesign #architecture #dchinteriors #deborahchami #paris #france - 7 months ago

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Located in the La Lonja district of Palma de Mallorca, the Puro Hotel Palma is the place to book if you’re looking to stay in a modern boutique hotel that holds true to its Mediterranean roots. The hotel recently underwent a renovation by design studio OHLAB who had the challenging task of working with, rather than against, the building’s complex configurations due to its existing structures. The result? See for yourself.
OHLAB also designed furniture specifically for the hotel, including the beds, headboards and benches. The studio also chose to recover and reuse the original solid wood mandala doors in the rooms.
Natural materials like oak wood, cement, limestone, hemp, aged leather, linen, and cotton give each room a Mediterranean look, aided by the inclusion of traditional decor like upholstery made from majorcan looms, raffia carpets, and wicker baskets. OHLAB managed to veer more towards a contemporary vibe rather than a rustic one. 
Photo by José Hevia

@purohotelpalma 
#purohotelpalma #ohlab #josehevia #interiordesign #architecture #dchinteriors #deborahchami #palmademallorca #spain

Located in the La Lonja district of Palma de Mallorca, the Puro Hotel Palma is the place to book if you’re looking to stay in a modern boutique hotel that holds true to its Mediterranean roots. The hotel recently underwent a renovation by design studio OHLAB who had the challenging task of working with, rather than against, the building’s complex configurations due to its existing structures. The result? See for yourself. OHLAB also designed furniture specifically for the hotel, including the beds, headboards and benches. The studio also chose to recover and reuse the original solid wood mandala doors in the rooms. Natural materials like oak wood, cement, limestone, hemp, aged leather, linen, and cotton give each room a Mediterranean look, aided by the inclusion of traditional decor like upholstery made from majorcan looms, raffia carpets, and wicker baskets. OHLAB managed to veer more towards a contemporary vibe rather than a rustic one. Photo by José Hevia @purohotelpalma #purohotelpalma #ohlab #josehevia #interiordesign #architecture #dchinteriors #deborahchami #palmademallorca #spain - 7 months ago

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Christian Dior six-story Boutique, located in the heart of Gangnam-gu district in Seoul. Designed by French architect Christian de Portzamparc, the interior of the House by Peter Marino.
The fashion monument conceals a wealth of surprises. Inspired by the House’s haute couture, its immaculate facade, all curves and counter-curves, resembles immense lengths of fabric, finely stitched together, erupting from a metal cane framework, like a Dior gift begging to be opened.
The interior features woods, lacquers, leathers, amazing weaves and innovative melanges to excite the senses. 
The top floor is home to the Café Dior by extraordinaire pastry chef Pierre Hermé. The menu includes flavors from far-off lands and culinary discoveries. 
Photo by Nicolás Borel

@dior 
@petermarinoarchitect 
@pierrehermeofficial 
#dior #christiandeportzamparc #petermarino #pierrehermé #nicolasborel #interiordesign #architecture #dchinteriors #deborahchami #seoul #southkorea

Christian Dior six-story Boutique, located in the heart of Gangnam-gu district in Seoul. Designed by French architect Christian de Portzamparc, the interior of the House by Peter Marino. The fashion monument conceals a wealth of surprises. Inspired by the House’s haute couture, its immaculate facade, all curves and counter-curves, resembles immense lengths of fabric, finely stitched together, erupting from a metal cane framework, like a Dior gift begging to be opened. The interior features woods, lacquers, leathers, amazing weaves and innovative melanges to excite the senses. The top floor is home to the Café Dior by extraordinaire pastry chef Pierre Hermé. The menu includes flavors from far-off lands and culinary discoveries. Photo by Nicolás Borel @dior @petermarinoarchitect @pierrehermeofficial #dior #christiandeportzamparc #petermarino #pierrehermé #nicolasborel #interiordesign #architecture #dchinteriors #deborahchami #seoul #southkorea - 7 months ago

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May this Christmas season brings you nothing but fond memories, happiness and laughter. Merry Christmas everyone! 🎄✨
#merrychristmas #dchinteriors #deborahchami

May this Christmas season brings you nothing but fond memories, happiness and laughter. Merry Christmas everyone! #merrychristmas #dchinteriors #deborahchami - 8 months ago

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Bar Botanique - Café Tropique, located in the Dapperbuurt district of Amsterdam.
Dutch design office Studio Modijefsky has filled the space with tropical plants and green surfaces to create a rainforest feeling. The space has double-height glazing, reminiscent of a greenhouse.
The bar features patterned hexagonal tiles which are evocative of palm leaves.
Tiles – designed by Swedish design studio Claesson Koivisto Rune.
Photo by Maarten Willemstein
@barbotaniqueamsterdam 
@studiomodijefsky 
@claessonkoivistorune 
@maarten_willemstein 
#barbotanique #studiomodijefsky #claessonkoivistorune #maartenwillemstein #interiordesign #architecture #dchinteriors #deborahchami #amsterdam #netherlands

Bar Botanique - Café Tropique, located in the Dapperbuurt district of Amsterdam. Dutch design office Studio Modijefsky has filled the space with tropical plants and green surfaces to create a rainforest feeling. The space has double-height glazing, reminiscent of a greenhouse. The bar features patterned hexagonal tiles which are evocative of palm leaves. Tiles – designed by Swedish design studio Claesson Koivisto Rune. Photo by Maarten Willemstein @barbotaniqueamsterdam @studiomodijefsky @claessonkoivistorune @maarten_willemstein #barbotanique #studiomodijefsky #claessonkoivistorune #maartenwillemstein #interiordesign #architecture #dchinteriors #deborahchami #amsterdam #netherlands - 8 months ago

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@dropbox Headquarters in San Francisco, CA.

The library, inspired by fuzzy 1970s Italian theatres has round corners and plush carpeting. The long walnut tables featuring Kennedy style desk lamps evoke a mid-century design. When sunlight shines through the windows, the whole space glows pink softly. 
Project by @raptstudio

Photo by Eric Laignel

#dropbox #raptstudio #ericlaignel #interiordesign #architecture #dchinteriors #deborahchami #sanfrancisco #usa

@dropbox Headquarters in San Francisco, CA. The library, inspired by fuzzy 1970s Italian theatres has round corners and plush carpeting. The long walnut tables featuring Kennedy style desk lamps evoke a mid-century design. When sunlight shines through the windows, the whole space glows pink softly. Project by @raptstudio Photo by Eric Laignel #dropbox #raptstudio #ericlaignel #interiordesign #architecture #dchinteriors #deborahchami #sanfrancisco #usa - 8 months ago

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Pierre Sauvage, owner of Casa Lopez,  Paris’s go-to purveyor of boho-chic housewares, brings his exuberant vision to a classic 18th-Century apartment. 
In the dressing room, Sauvage commissioned Franz Potisek to design incised walnut paneling with geometric details that resembles the bold floor pattern throughout the home. 
@casa__lopez 
@f.potisek 
Photo by @matthieusalvaing

#pierresauvage #casalopez #franzpotisek #matthieusalvaing #interiordesign #architecture #dchinteriors #deborahchami #paris #france

Pierre Sauvage, owner of Casa Lopez, Paris’s go-to purveyor of boho-chic housewares, brings his exuberant vision to a classic 18th-Century apartment. In the dressing room, Sauvage commissioned Franz Potisek to design incised walnut paneling with geometric details that resembles the bold floor pattern throughout the home. @casa__lopez @f.potisek Photo by @matthieusalvaing #pierresauvage #casalopez #franzpotisek #matthieusalvaing #interiordesign #architecture #dchinteriors #deborahchami #paris #france - 8 months ago

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Featuring a magnificent timber shingle accent wall, Bruce B. / Emmy B. is a prestigious design agency that specialises in communication design and events. The Augustenstraße is located in a lively district of West Stuttgart. 
Project by the Ippolito Fleitz Group
Photo by Zooey Braun 
#ippolitofleitzgroup #zooeybraun #interiordesign #architecture #dchinteriors #deborahchami #stuttgart #germany

Featuring a magnificent timber shingle accent wall, Bruce B. / Emmy B. is a prestigious design agency that specialises in communication design and events. The Augustenstraße is located in a lively district of West Stuttgart. Project by the Ippolito Fleitz Group Photo by Zooey Braun #ippolitofleitzgroup #zooeybraun #interiordesign #architecture #dchinteriors #deborahchami #stuttgart #germany - 8 months ago

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Celebrating the last day of Hanukkah in this corner of the world. Hoping everyone had a lovely holiday, sharing with family and loved ones. May you always be filled with love, peace and joy. Chag Urim Sameach! 🕎✨ #happyhanukkah #dchinteriors #deborahchami

Celebrating the last day of Hanukkah in this corner of the world. Hoping everyone had a lovely holiday, sharing with family and loved ones. May you always be filled with love, peace and joy. Chag Urim Sameach! 🕎 #happyhanukkah #dchinteriors #deborahchami - 8 months ago

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