Let's stick to the classics and add a bold and sparkling touch to your home for the Holidays. Color your home with red décor and golden details. Light the candles and fill your glass! See the whole Zara Home Holiday Collection.
Our favorite IVAR only needs a pair of layers of black semi-matt snare color and some tanned natural leather handles to match the Autumn's warm brown tones. Two great news are these incredible lamps and the brutal storage from series BROR.
Earlier this fall, BROR, the storage series, was said to be something of a heavy metal cousin to IVAR. Durable and sturdy in matt black powder-coated steel, it stands for the most part and is also easy to assemble. A wheelchair comes loaded, with what, all the favorite books and the first Christmas atmosphere! See all the details of the products used here
Vincent van Duysen’s work is characterized by an interest in reinterpreting classical forms. His search for order and clarity produces designs which are both contemporary and innovative, but which have the force of perfect inevitability, setting off resonances that feel like memories: always new, but reminding us of things we have known.
Vincent van Duysen studied architecture at the higher institute of architecture Sint-Lucas in Ghent. Following two years in Milan, he returned to Belgium, setting up his own practice in Antwerp in 1990. The range of Van Duysen’s architectural practice is broad, with interior commissions for private houses, apartments, shops, restaurants and offices.
His commitments to the process of progressive refinement applied with equal distinction to both contemporary and historical contexts. He has also worked prolifically on a smaller scale, designing furniture and lighting.
We are in November but really since October already there are some Christmas in the shops. And no different in Ferm Living! In their new Christmas catalog, they offer you products made especially for this season but also ideas with everyday products. I know it's weird already to start thinking about Christmas but if I was you I would take a look to already get inspired.
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In their rapidly changing world, the distinctions between home and work have become increasingly blurred. The concept of Connected Spaces reflects this exciting shift and highlights our opportunities to create human, multi-functional places that serve our needs. Workplaces that make us to feel right at home. Homes that have the refinement of boutique hotels. Cafes, boutiques, restaurants,
and hotels that cater to our comfort and feel curated to our desires and aspirations.
Connected Spaces are a testimony to the future of design. By connecting the dots between home, work and hospitality, we can redefine how we use space – and, ultimately, how we connect to one another.