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The ultimate installation in space and light that allows you to break from interior norms, orangeries and garden rooms create amazing new open spaces with an abundance of light, opening the door to a myriad of design possibilities.

The eco-hotel is located in a fishing reserve in Avignon, France. The 10 suites evoke primitive buildings on the shore of the lake; floating on the water like rafts or on pilots like palafittes. The architectural work perfectly matches with the lacustrine tubes from which it resumes and rationalises the elegant vertical thrust. The different densities of the vertical wooden screens around the hut guarantees the privacy of its customers as well as repairing them from the sun and the wind.

For those working in the antique rug world, the differences among Persian and Oriental rugs are clear. For the average person, though, such differences aren’t so obvious. But the weavers who produced fine Persian and other antique rugs tell their stories in every stitch.

The right window dressing can make or break a room, as David Harris, MD at luxury fabric specialist Kobe UK, explains.

Studio Noor was tasked to rejuvenate the prestigious hotel, which was constructed in the early 20th century by Müşir Kazım Pasha, a prominent Ottoman Statesman and ancestor of the owners.

Kitchens have become a focal point for the home – not only are they a space designed for families to cook together but a space for entertaining and bringing people together. It’s no wonder Bisque is regularly asked “which radiator is best for the kitchen?”. Of course, the answer will depend on the specifics of the kitchen.

1.26 (One Point Two Six) hangs above us, a monumental floating form. In Montreal, its presence fills the Quartier des Spectacles’ Jardins Gamelin with vibrant colour and gentle movement.

Futuristic but at the same time romantic and nostalgic, put simply Vinyl – the latest creation by Gianluca Paludi, Artistic Director and Designer at Olympia Ceramica – is unique.

A pioneering art gallery has opened in Tulum, designed to foster creativity, awareness, and vision in the Yucatan Peninsula by showcasing a roster of prominent international artists.

When it comes to paint, you’re not just deciding on colour. The vast range of finishes available offers up a whole host of options for different areas of a home, depending on the effect you want to achieve and where the paint is going to be used. There is also a massive difference in the quality of the paint. Some paints contain more cheap fillers and are thinner – so they will take more coats to cover and are likely to fade and mark more easily. Here Simon Tilbrook, Director at Fenwick & Tilbrook, summarises what each paint type is best for.

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