Hotel Panache

Dorothée Meilichzon

05 Aug 2016

The Panache is quintessentially Parisian. Imbued with a strong character, it confidently assumes its quirkiness, relentlessly attentive to style. 40 guest rooms, spread over seven floors, no two are identical, yet all share the same color scheme - navy blue, forest green, and anthracite grey on white – that adorns walls hung with brass picture rails. It is a hotel with many

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Edwards Moore

03 Aug 2016

microLUXE Renovation of a small Melbourne apartment into a Airbnb-style rental property, where guests are invited to buy the furniture, art and accessories when they leave. The Microluxe apartment is located on the ground floor of a five-storey building. Using materials including marble, stone, concrete and steel to define different areas. The aim was to create an animated and engaging space

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Caro Somerset

Emil Eve Architects

29 Jul 2016

CARO SOMERSET is a new lifestyle store, cafe and b+b in Bruton, Somerset designed by EMIL EVE ARCHITECTS with colours, fittings and styling by owner Natalie Jones.  The Grade II Listed highstreet property has been extensively reconfigured, refurbished and extended to become a new destination in Bruton, home of Hauser + Wirth and The Chapel. The store and cafe inhabit the ground floor front

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Le Roch Hotel & Spa

Design Hotels™

13 Jul 2016

Le Roch Hotel & Spa will boast one of the best addresses in Paris—rubbing shoulders with the Place Vendôme, the Opéra Garnier, and the Louvre. Conceived by the hit French interior designer Sarah Lavoine, the 37-room hideaway features a sunlit courtyard—an ambrosial slice of greenery in the urbane landscape—a library, a destination restaurant, and an exclusive

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The Marmara Park

Joe Ginsberg

07 Jul 2016

New York City – From the lobby’s hand-blown glass to the breath-taking vestibule assembled using 670 pieces of faceted steel, and the 14-foot fireplace, almost everything at Marmara Park Avenue has been custom-designed and individually produced by artisans in the five boroughs. Centrally located, yet conveniently discrete on lower Park Avenue, the new U.S. flagship of the storied

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