Posts Tagged ‘ contemporary ’

Magic Rugs…

It’s been a long long almost 3 month since my last post..I was very busy with my projects and then my long time dream – vacation in Europe this summer moved to fall… So my mood wasn’t letting me feel like getting inspired and sharing something amazing here..But now I’m back and can’t wait to let you know about some exciting new findings I came across.

So Tonight  I have an amazing collection of rugs to share with you..:)

1. This rug simply took my breath away as soon as I saw the picture.. so i can’t imagine how gorgeous it is in real life! I’m not a huge fan of red rugs but for this gem I’d  change my all furniture just  to get this one to my space..

So ladys and gentlemen, let me introduce you Rosette – Felted italian merino wool rug by ABC Home.

Visit ABC Home website for more details.

2. Twilight and moon light on the water inspired called Glimmering Twilight is my # 2 favorite rug this time. Created by Fort Street Studio this rug creates an amazing mixture of feelings when you look at it’s royal blue backgound you expect  something traditionally luxurious, however instead of traditional you get a contemporary pattern of yellow and white “light reflections on the water”. Enjoy!

Visit Fort Street Studio Webside for more information

3. Experience the Color Reform with my another favorite by ABC Home. I’m completely in love with the color combination and elaborate expressionistic manner it is presented in. This rug will be a great comforting addition to any room whether you have a sleek contemporary whites, girly pinks or so popular now Hollywood regency…

Visit ABC Home website for more details.

4. Beautiful new contemporary Thibetian wool collection of rugs inspired by natural stone patterns. German designer Jan Kath creates modern rugs that cater to the minimalist in us all. I truly admire the colors and patterns he introduced in this collection. It is really something special when you apply to design of the rug the patterns other flooring material are so famous for…Thanks to Jan Kath now we don’t have to compromise the coziness and comfort of your bedroom or living room even if you are obsessed with marble, onyx or other natural stone flooring.

Here Are Some rugs from his collection:

Visit Jan Kath’s official website for more information

So this is it for now. I hope you enjoyed this post! Have a great weekend! Wait for a new post soon..;)

P.S. All images and information via websites mentioned above.

Waves in the bathroom..

I love these modern designs by Rubinetterie Bandini. Their obsession with new materials and technology manifest in a product that is more like modern sculpture than bathroom fixtures and faucets. Both their modern and classic collections for the bathroom and kitchen hold a very beautiful pleasing aesthetic with innovative designs that are very inspiring.

The graceful rippling effect of the Ocean sink is simply stunning.

Also check out these extraordinary sinks from their Arya, Notte and Luce Collections… Gorgeous..

All Images and info via Rubinetterie Bandini and TraeChic

Simply Stunning… by ONG&ONG

Designed by architects from ONG&ONG this contemporary house in Singapore is meant to give you “a spatial experience that excites the senses by promoting light.”

Water, light, metal – keys to perfect contemporary design. Gorgeous teal pool as a foreground  with  light spacious and very minimalistic interiors… Perfection!

And the best part, you can open glass partitions and the whole first floor becomes 1 huge space with a pool in the middle. Perfect idea for entertaining , isn’t it? I’m starting to think about getting some properties in Singapore:)…

I think they should rename the company…from ONG&ONG to OMG&OMG….

Pics via www.ong-ong.com

United Nations Memorial Cube Project by ACME

Every once in a while I’ll come across a beautiful building that I fall in love with. This one isn’t just beautiful outside, the whole concept, meaning and purpose is truly brilliant.

In October 2009 London-based architecture firm ACME was awarded third prize in a competition to design a United Nations memorial. Initiated by the city of Chungju in South Korea, the selected memorial will rest in the city’s UN Peace Park.

The project stands as a metaphor of  what UN is, it’s meaning, structure and system of operation.

“In the same way that the UN is formed by individual nations, the form of the cube is proposed to be formed from smaller cells that come together to form the final shape. The cells represent the collective nature of  the organization, where many different nations come together to create one entity, but without losing their individual identities”.

ACME proposed building contains 1500 seating spaces, 2 conference halls, a theater and exhibition spaces. Also gorgeous open staircase leads all the way up through exterior of the building to the roof, where an open public garden and green roof awaits.

Info and Pics via www.e-architect.co.uk