Those who doubt the power of colour should visit this delightfully colourful apartment in the centre of Tokyo. Created by multi-disciplinary designer Adam Nathaniel Furman, this apartment is an explosion of candy hues and pastel shades.
From a distance, this building in the South Tyrolean village of Castelrotto, with its boxy shape and steep gable roof, looks just like any other barn in this picturesque region of Italy. Closer inspection, however, reveals intriguing differences.
The appeal of modernism (together with brutalism, its thuggish sibling) has withstood the ebb and flow of fashion, inspiring countless creations in art, architecture and now - thanks to ceramist Lisa Krigel - tableware.
Some of the best interior design schemes defy description. They combine colours, textures and styles in exciting ways but still manage to create coherent spaces. This delightful apartment at the Hampstead Manor development in north London is one such example.
Ann Demeulemeester is a design legend who needs no introduction. Her trademark minimalist style has been hugely influential in the fashion world and now, for the first time, her unique design signature has been applied to a collection of tableware and lights that is as evocative and covetable as her fashion creations.
According to the architects, the Compound "is not for conservatives". You can say that again! The design of this house in Melbourne has more in common with oil refineries or industrial installations than the nondescript houses between which it is sandwiched.
First time visitors to the Paradiso Hotel in Ibiza would be forgiven for thinking they had flown to Florida by mistake, as the design of this boutique hotel is very much inspired by the Art Deco glamour of Miami.
Warsaw is a deeply historical city with a modern, outward-looking attitude. The PURO hotel captures the essence of this energy, with a little help from London-based interior architects DeSalles Flint.
Summer is in full swing and our thoughts turn to holidays. What better place is there to enjoy the sun than in a pristine villa perched on the cliffs of Santorini, with stunning views of the sparkling sea and multiple plunge pools to temper the blistering heat?
Ukrainian designer Kateryna Sokolova and manufacturing expert Arkady Vartanov teamed up in 2017 to create Noom, a design brand which combines traditional and modern metalwork techniques to create highly sculptural interior objects.
Ahh - America - the land of big landscapes, big dreams, big successes; and with big houses to match. Case in point is this 6,000 square feet family home set in a 14 acre plot in the bucolic idyll of rural Connecticut.