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Two Rivers House a Western Retreat

This wild retreat, designed by Snake River Interiors, is located in Wyoming, United Sates. Named for the two rivers that join on this beautiful and wild property, this house embodies a spirit of the West, from the rawhide wrapped dry bar to the stone...
by khairuddinuad on Aug 28, 2016

A Winning Bet on Kazoo House

This home addition, a project of the Melbourne based architecture firm Architects EAT, was built in the Melbourne suburb of Caulfield. The neighborhood is famous for the local horse track, and this project honors that local history. The home, entitle...
by khairuddinuad on Aug 26, 2016

Zoltan Apartment is Contemporary and Timeless

Designed in 2015 by A+Z Design Studio this contemporary apartment in Budapest, Hungary, utilizes sparse accessories to accentuate the sharp curvature of the space and draw the eye in. There are original touches throughout the apartment, such as the...
by khairuddinuad on Aug 23, 2016

What to see at Dwell on Design

If you are a reader of Dwell Magazine, the Dwell on Design design show will be a treat. Imagine if it was possible to see, touch, try out, and experience those products that pop out from every page. Say goodbye to those moments of “Ah. I wish…”...

Designer Spotlight: Sou Fujimoto

What to See at ICFF

The International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) is known as North America’s platform for global design. The best brands, spanning a plethora of design industries, will show off their newest products in high style at the Javits Center in New Yo...

Smart Design – Higher Education

While schools aren’t often associated with outstanding architecture or design, there is a growing attempt to build educational environments that greater reflect the experience of childhood and adolescent learning and exploration. We have picked out...

Designing for an Experience

Your surroundings are a given, right? According to Elizabeth Danze, FAIA, and Stephen Sonnenberg, M.D, two professors at the University of Texas at Austin, “Buildings are inert objects, but our experience of them transcends the physical realm and e...

Earth Day – Water Conservation

Earth Day is upon us, and as we take time to commemorate the world we live in, we’re also discovering new ways to combat the deterioration of our ecosystem. With the overall high cost of water and energy in this country, taking shorter showers in t...

Signature Series by Ronbow

New to the interior design and bath industry is Ronbow’s Signature Series. Following its debut at this year’s Architectural Digest Design Show, the Signature Series marks the rare occasion that nine of the world’s most distinguished European de...

A Tribute to Zaha Hadid

Few before her have paved untouched roads on such a multidimensional level as the late architect Zaha Hadid. Hadid passed away on March 31st, suffering a sudden heart attack after being hospitalized for bronchitis. While many mourn her loss, even mor...

Ghostly Courtiers

I’ve just got a few more English posts before I get back to the actual streets of Salem: I just took so many great pictures over there if I do say so myself! I’m going back to Hampton Court today–the other side of Hampton Court, whi...
by streets of salem on Mar 27, 2016

Ghostly Courtiers

I’ve just got a few more English posts before I get back to the actual streets of Salem: I just took so many great pictures over there if I do say so myself! I’m going back to Hampton Court today–the other side of Hampton Court, whi...
by streets of salem on Mar 27, 2016

The Architectural Digest Design Show 2016

The Architectural Digest Design Show just passed by, and with it came 400 amazing brands spanning across 25 different product categories. So unless you were able to run from booth to booth in record-breaking time, chances are you may have missed some...

CW Home Depot holds "Run with the Architects" in Pasig City | April 30, 2016

The first-ever Run with the Architects: Bisikleta para sa Eskuwela 2016 will be held on April 30, 2016 at the CW Home Depot Ortigas, Pasig City. Proceeds of this run will help donate bikes for the Bikers' Club of UP-Diliman. Assembly time will be...
by The Intersections & Beyond on Mar 1, 2016

The Christopher Kennedy Compound

There is no formula for resurrecting a design trend. In 1984, Cara Greenberg published the book “Mid Century Modern: Furniture of the 1950s,” which now represents the symbolic return of an aesthetic that had practically died out more than a decad...

Noho Vintage Woods

Located in the Southeast corner of the San Fernando Valley lies a gold mine worth collection of two hundred year old Bavarian Spruce. While this up and coming niche of Los Angeles, the heart of the North Hollywood Arts District is largely known for i...

The Modern Library

It is by no stretch of the imagination that Biblioteca Vasconelos was nicknamed by the press as “Megabiblioteca.” Looking like it was taken from a scene of Christopher Nolan’s Inception, it is almost hardly believable that this is an actual lib...

Lightovation – Best of Dallas Market Lighting

The Superbowl comes a little early for those in the decorative lighting industry. From January 20th-24th, every relevant brand in the industry gathered in Dallas, Texas, for Lightovation, the Dallas International Lighting Market. We got to check out...

European Stadium Design

They call it a beautiful game. In addition to joining countries together in rare harmonious fashion, football also has shown us how architects have pushed boundaries for stadium design. Here at Styleture we took a look at a few of our most architectu...


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