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D’Arclight- India’s first Light-Art gallery | Delhi | Renesa Architecture Design Interiors

Launching Renesa Architecture Design Interiors‘s latest product entry into the Retail store therapy with D’Arclight for DBEL Studio, India’s first Light-Art gallery displaying luxury lighting solutions, high-end designs specially curated to enhance the quality of architectural and design spaces. Renesa Architecture Design Interiors has come with an interesting ideology to curate the aesthetics of modern decorative lighting via artistic[Read More]

Filling Pieces exhibition by Flip Ziedses Des Plantes at Paris Fashion Week

Good shoes take you good places,’ goes the saying. Flip Ziedses Des Plantes turns this expression on its head, having designed an exhibition for footwear brand Filling Pieces at Paris Fashion Week that is now overtaking the Amsterdam-based label’s retail presence around the world. The design studio created the ‘sneaker landscapes’ exhibition at the heart[Read More]

Roots Analysis Offices – Mohali | Studio Mohenjodaro
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Roots Analysis Offices – Mohali | Studio Mohenjodaro Studio Mohenjodaro designed the offices for biopharmaceutical market research company Roots Analysis, located in Mohali, India. Providing market research and consultation in bio-pharmaceutical industry, Root Analysis is located in the heart of the business centre of Mohali. The client brief demanded an informal office space that would encourage interaction[Read More]

Hanging Wooden Lamps Can Be Combined to Create larger sculptural lamp

Architects Alessandro Mattei and Caterina Naglieri of Italian studio Plato Design, have a collection of concrete and wood magnetic lamps named TWELVE, that can be used individually or combined to make a larger sculptural lamp. The collection, which includes both table and pendant lights made from concrete or wood, is named after its dodecahedron shape, which was achieved by using[Read More]

TETRIS TABLES : Table That Fits The Needs

TETRIS TABLES : Table That Fits The Needs The Tetris Table is designed for people to bring it together. Beijing studio ‘People’s Industrial Design Office’ has developed a set of tables that can be separated, then be rearranged and slotted back together in any configuration the user wishes. These tables were designed to “accommodate the[Read More]

Chair That Transforming From a Backed Chair to a Stool

Chair That Transforming From a Backed Chair to a Stool. Despite being highly utilitarian, it’s beautifully constructed. Birchwood with its natural fragrance and light color gives it a Scandinavian look with wood grains detail thanks to the natural processing. Additionally, the strong padding is obtained using field fabric, with a thick and consistent texture, made[Read More]

Colonial Minimalism Residential Bungalow | Flamingo Interiors

Colonial Minimalism Residential Bungalow | Flamingo Interiors, For an Ahmedabadi residential bungalow occupying 6000 square feet, Flamingo Interiors undertook a project with both, colonial and minimalistic ambitions. Furniture layout of the entertainment areas was designed with the perspective of freeness of movement. Focused transitions in spaces highlighted their individual purposes.   Vernacular interior design was[Read More]

25+ Smart Adjustable Shelving Ideas

25+ Smart Adjustable Shelving Ideas Smart Adjustable Shelving Inspiration is a part of our design inspiration series. Design Inspiration series is a weekly showcase of incredible furniture designs from all around the world. Design Inspiration >>>28 Unique Accented Wall Decor Ideas   PLEASE WAIT FOR PHOTOGRAPHS TO LOAD   Note: THE ARCHITECT’S DIARY claims no credit for[Read More]

DIY shelf design ideas

DIY shelf design ideas DIY shelf design ideas Inspiration is a part of our design inspiration series. Design Inspiration series is a weekly showcase of incredible furniture designs from all around the world. Design Inspiration >>>28 Unique Accented Wall Decor Ideas PLEASE WAIT FOR PHOTOGRAPHS TO LOAD   Note: THE ARCHITECT’S DIARY claims no credit for any[Read More]