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Design Discoveries: Week of 25 November 2019

Discover our latest discoveries in terms of interior architecture, set design and contemporary furniture design.

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Airbnb presents Casa Cuoco, Italy

 

Airbnb unveils Casa Cuoco in Civitacampomarano, Italy

Airbnb unveils Casa Cuoco in Civitacampomarano, Italy
Airbnb unveils Casa Cuoco in Civitacampomarano, Italy

Airbnb is no first-time innovative and unique project in terms of hosting. Recently, it is a new artist's house that the company has opened in Italy, in the village of Civitacampomarano, who is already well accustomed to artistic installations in its streets and buildings. This time, it's the artist Lorenzo Vitturi who was invited to create a specific project for the artists' residence Casa Cuoco. Inspired by the landscapes of the Molise region, he created a monochrome atmosphere to give value to each room in the house. Shaped by architectural firm Eligo Studio, the architects have endeavored to create different spaces, most of them wide opened, delimited in volume thanks to the work of colors.

 

 

Arturo Arita's flower shop by Sophie Dries

 

Arturo Arita boutique Florale in Paris, by architect Sophie Dries
Arturo Arita boutique Florale in Paris, by architect Sophie Dries
Arturo Arita boutique Florale in Paris, by architect Sophie Dries
Arturo Arita boutique Florale in Paris, by architect Sophie Dries

The architect Sophie Dries recently designed the incredible floral shop atArturo Aritain the center of Paris. Inspired by the mannerist caves of the Italian Renaissance and the fantasies of the Baroque universe, the architect has delicately highlighted the poetic floral creations found there. Each bouquet then appears as an integral part of a teeming and sophisticated jungle, revealing the entrance to a cave where there may be a rare and coveted plant species... A shop with well-thought-out elegance, a small case of luxury and greenery, with distinguished contemporary materials. Smart project.

 

 

Didier Faustino for the ERD shop in Paris

 

Boutique des Enfants Riches Déprimés by Didier Faustino

Boutique des Enfants Riches Déprimés by Didier Faustino
Boutique des Enfants Riches Déprimés by Didier Faustino

Design Discoveries: Week of 25 November 2019

For the fashion house Enfants Riches Déprimés - which disseminates art, culture and eclectic dress - the architect Didier Faustino creates a shop that is the opposite of the brand's image: pure and with very architectural lines. The choice of materials also focused on the "cold" sensations of marble and steel, which will undoubtedly allow the brand's creations to shine in contrast. Openly inspired by a bunker-like atmosphere, Didier Faustino worked on the full and empty spaces in order to create a sculptural space, encompassed by a strong minerality. An atmosphere close to the shops ofAcne Studios, which, as big fans, does not displease us...

 

 

New installation at Dimoregallery

 

New 2019 scenography of the Dimoregallery showroom, in Milan

New 2019 scenography of the Dimoregallery showroom, in Milan
New 2019 scenography of the Dimoregallery showroom, in Milan

In its new showroom design, the legendary Dimoregallery has once again been inspired by the 20th Century and other strong movements of the past, while also including contemporary pieces designed by its founders, but also the talented Ilaria Bianchi and Pierre Marie. This year's inspiration comes straight from an atmosphere of bazar, whose materials are juxtaposed and complementary. The elegance of the selected rooms is placed on a pedestal thanks to the color of the walls, chosen as a brick-red by the duo Dimorestudio. A great promise for the coming year in terms of design...

 

 

Yellow Brick chair by Dmitriy Sivak

 

Yellow Brick chair by Dmitriy Sivak

Yellow Brick chair by Dmitriy Sivak

If this chair by architect and designer Dmitriy Sivak gets a modernist look, and reminds us of the Utrecht armchair, of Gerrit Rietvield, it's no coincidence. Indeed, this massive sitting takes its inspiration from the avant-garde movement in the middle of the 20th century, and also inherits the ergonomic issues raised at the time. Nowadays, the Yellow Brick chair is a chair that will certainly find its place in the most luxurious apartments, playing on its deconstructed appearance, nevertheless offering incomparable seating comfort, whatever the position is chosen.

 

 

Luis Rodriguez and Oscar Wall create Amorfo

 

Amorfo cabinet by Luis Rodriguez and Oscar Wall

Amorfo is a storage unit created in collaboration between the designer Luis Rodriguez and Swedish cabinet maker Oscar Wall. The concept is based on the abstraction and transformation of the same form. Using sustainable and well-known material, the duo seeks to change the public's perception of the now-familiar Swedish pine. Seen as an affordable material, they revive its image thanks to contemporary design and are highlighting its aesthetic as sustainable qualities is the challenge taken up here by the creative duo.

 

 

OKKO Hotel Paris, by Studiopepe

 

OKKO Hotel Paris by Studiopepe

OKKO Hotel Paris by Studiopepe
OKKO Hotel Paris by Studiopepe
OKKO Hotel Paris by Studiopepe
OKKO Hotel Paris by Studiopepe

The creative duo Studiopepe was commissioned by the hotel chain OKKO to design the hotel lobby and also The Club of its new premice, located in the Gare de l'Est district of Paris. As usual, the designers have chosen combinations of colors and materials that initiate both the notion of comfort and modernity. Using here and there pieces from renowned Italian publishers and Italian designers (Magistretti, Castiglioni, Rodolfo Bonetto, etc), Studiopepe gives this space a real soul, allowing it to adapt to all needs, day and night, whether you come to eat or work there for several hours...

 

 

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Chloé founded Huskdesignblog in 2016. Ever since, she is decoding every nook and cranny to find the best interiors and furniture ideas for her beloved readers and followers, eager for beautiful things.

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