It doesn't take a lot to make a big statement. Using architecture and nature can have a huge impact.
Updating the typical - most office spaces are going with glass walls, now it's time to give them some impact with colour
Bringing the outdoors in! Great textures, natural soothing colours, varied lighting, different zones.
Words can't begin to describe the emotional impact of Gaudi's spaces.Natural light brings the Sagrada Familia to life.
Not 'Interior' per se but a lifestyle. As a Calgarian designing a coastal condo tower right night I need inspiration!
Materiality. I struggled to be inspired by a "picture" until I realized I needed to identify an underlying idea.
Coloured glass is used in a subtle way to create interest and impact while keeping the space warm and comforting
Function Meets Aesthetic - Randall Children's Hospital, Portland Oregon
Layering "safe", soothing, comforting shades and playing up furniture elements
Leo's Oyster bar really plays up patterns, textures, prints, colours and materials.
Simple materials that become a design feature!
The Kings, Yabu Pushelberg - One Shenzhen Bay Residenence
Classic, Cool, intimate, and refined
Dolloyau, Yabu Pushelberg. When does YP not impress. The honesty of materials and the simplicity yet glamor...
Interiors that inspire me usually blend inside/outside with greenery, ample natural light and simple, minimal palettes.
Simple and seamless connection of interior to nature in this Scandinavian residence by Nordic Design is inspiring.
It requires talent/creativity & experience to design a sophisticated place w/ variety of textured/colored materials .
I'm always intrigued by bringing together Natural and Man-made Raw-ness (Henri Cleinge Architecte)
Park Avenue Parlor by my favourite Canadian designer Candice Olson. Stylish, cozy, romantic, upscale.
Distilled Beauty Bar, designed by Nam Dang Mitchell in Calgary.
There are many, but this 1920s inspired restaurant in Istanbul is one of my favourites. The detail!!