Atelier Janda Vanderghote turns historic Ghent house into modern B&B

February 18, 2019 Anna Winston 0
Atelier Janda Vanderghote Entrenous hotel

Young Belgian studio Atelier Janda Vanderghote has transformed the interior of one of Ghent’s historic houses with a new concrete frame and brilliant blue furniture. Located near Ghent’s Citadelpark, B&B Entrenous was designed by Atelier Janda Vanderghote for a family who wanted to create a unique private residence and a three-bedroom guest house. The area is

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TWA Hotel inside Eero Saarinen’s JFK Airport terminal opens reservations

February 17, 2019 Bridget Cogley 0
TWA hotel at JFK

Reservations are now open for guests wishing to stay at Finnish-American architect Eero Saarinen’s 1960s terminal building at New York’s John F Kennedy airport, following a restoration of its modernist details. The TWA Hotel will officially open 15 May 2019 inside JFK’s former TWA Terminal, which has undergone a major overhaul after being shut for 16 years,

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Timber screens divide up Tel Aviv restaurant L28 by Kimmel Eshkolot Architects

February 17, 2019 Ali Morris 0
L28 Culinary Platform by Kimmel Eshkolot Architects

Suspended timber screens and vertical vegetation feature in this Tel Aviv restaurant interior by Israeli architecture office Kimmel Eshkolot Architects. Named L28 after its location on the city’s lively Lilienblum Street, the restaurant’s spacious interior is divided up by timber panels to clearly define its various functions. Timber slats of wood span the ceiling, where they

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Timber screens divide up Tel Aviv restaurant L28 by Kimmel Eshkolot Architects

February 17, 2019 Ali Morris 0
L28 Culinary Platform by Kimmel Eshkolot Architects

Suspended timber screens and vertical vegetation feature in this Tel Aviv restaurant interior by Israeli architecture office Kimmel Eshkolot Architects. Named L28 after its location on the city’s lively Lilienblum Street, the restaurant’s spacious interior is divided up by timber panels to clearly define its various functions. Timber slats of wood span the ceiling, where they

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The Blake Hotel introduces boutique accommodation and Michelin-star dining to New Haven

February 16, 2019 Paul Jebara 0
Guest room at The Blake Hotel in New Haven

American studio HVS Design and London-based Alexander Waterworth Interiors have collaborated on this hotel close to Yale University, where a tech boom is resulting in a wave of hospitality projects. The Blake Hotel opened in January 2019, steps away from the Ivy League university, in a buzzing downtown corridor of New Haven, Connecticut. The recent

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Old stone contrasts with polished brass inside En skincare store in Paris by Archiee

February 16, 2019 Ali Morris 0

Curving brass partitions and vaulted stone ceilings both feature inside this Japanese beauty store in Paris, designed by local architecture firm Archiee. Designed for new Japanese cosmetics brand En, the 150-square-metre store occupies the ground floor and basement of an 18th-century building in the centre of the French capital. It is the brand’s first physical shop.

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Old stone contrasts with polished brass inside En skincare store in Paris by Archiee

February 16, 2019 Ali Morris 0

Curving brass partitions and vaulted stone ceilings both feature inside this Japanese beauty store in Paris, designed by local architecture firm Archiee. Designed for new Japanese cosmetics brand En, the 150-square-metre store occupies the ground floor and basement of an 18th-century building in the centre of the French capital. It is the brand’s first physical shop.

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A Brick Extension With Bright Yellow Beams Was Added To A London Terrace House

February 15, 2019 Erin 0

Photography by Will Scott Photography   Bold yellow steel, oversailing timber rafters, and plywood enclosures, form warm and playful spaces in this rear extension to the London terrace home of Woodrow Architects‘ founder, George Woodrow.   The brick extension opens up to a small landscaped yard with a raised planter bed on one side, and a […]