Proof that Less is More

Paul Architecture, Interior Design

To say that Igor Sirotov’s Frame house is minimal doesn’t begin to do it justice! Everyday interior elements like seating, beds, lighting and tables are few in number but full of interesting and thoughtful textures and materials, making them a perfect foreground to highlight the steel, wood and concrete canvas. A stunning example of minimalism, the Frame house proves it’s not …

Product Design: Eames Chairs

Paul Interior Design, Product Design

By Gisele Muller on Aug 22, 2013 Eames designs are certainly iconic. Everyone of us know at least two or three of their famous chairs. I would even risk saying that most of us dream about having a nice Eames in our offices or living rooms. Charles and Ray Eames definitely made major contributions to modern furniture and architecture, specially if we …

‘Hydrofloors’ Swimming Pool With Movable Floors

Paul Architecture, Interior Design

Do you wish you could have an indoor swimming pool, but just can’t commit the space to it? Well, Hydrofloors might just be the solution. These variable depth swimming pools are basically pools that are designed with movable floors. When you want to use the space for something other than swimming, you simply press a button and the pool’s floor …

Mozilla Japan’s New Open Source Office

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Mozilla, the developer of the open-source browser Firefox, has collaborated with Nosigner to create their new office in Japan. Since their outset in 1998, the foundation has attempted to counteract the challenges of dominant corporate products by providing open source technology – essentially, free access to all the blueprints so that anyone can redistribute or make improvements on it. Keeping …

Small Loft in Wroclaw

Paul Interior Design, Urban Landscape

This beautiful loft, located in Wroclaw, Poland, has been created by Ewa Czerny of 3XA studio. The 29 sqm space has been transformed to accommodate sleeping, cooking, bathing and entertaining areas. By combining kitchen and living room designers improved the flow and created a rather spacious layout. Another space-saving decision was to elevate the bed above the bathroom and the …

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Quite Possibly The Most Gorgeous Office Space Ever

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Urban Outfitters’ new office space might be one of the nicest work spaces I have ever seen. The 125 year old campus was built from the remains of Philadelphia’s historic navy yard. The 341,000 sq ft space was designed by Meyer Scherer & Rockcastle and has brought all of the employees, who were once spread across six different buildings throughout downtown Philadelphia, to …