Immerse yourself in the vivid dreamscape of TAKO, the latest sushi restaurant and cocktail bar sensation in Rome’s edgy Ostiense district. Designed by the visionary Daniela Colli in 2023, TAKO is a tapestry of fantastical elements inspired by “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland,” where luck and creativity are as rich as the flavors served.
With an underground vibe, this area of Rome, once industrial, now buzzes with the energy of students and international tourists alike, all drawn to its unique culinary scene. TAKO stands out in this canvas of urban art and graffiti, offering a kaleidoscope of colors, flavors, and emotions that etch an indelible mark on the hearts of its guests.
Step into a space where magenta arches, sky blues, and reflective surfaces create a harmoniously provocative experience—a poetic rebellion rooted in Rome’s subterranean heartbeat.
Casa Victoria, designed by the renowned Splinter Society in Melbourne, Australia, stands as a radiant ode to a rich Mexican heritage fused with the charm of a Victorian workers cottage.
This restoration project of 2023, situated in the heart of Melbourne’s vibrant inner suburbs, fuses the traditional essence of a Mexican courtyard home with the historic Victorian architecture, culminating in an innovative space that thrives on intricate design detailing. Maximizing light intake through ingenious architectural techniques and showcasing a diverse palette of textures, the home extends beyond its boundaries, promising an enriched living experience.
Casa TOMM, a contemporary gem by M Arquitectura, emerges from the heart of San Miguel de Allende, Mexico—a town celebrated for its colonial architecture and vibrant arts scene.
Designed in 2022, this house harmoniously weaves into its landscape, offering a family of three an eclectic interior that champions a blend of concrete, wood, and steel. With an emphasis on maintaining a symbiotic relationship with the surrounding green space, this property brilliantly marries form and function, ensuring privacy while maximizing the allure of outdoor vistas.
In the heart of Milan, Italy—a city celebrated for its rich historical tapestry and avant-garde fashion—lies a remarkable transformation. The iaa S36 apartment, a design marvel by Icona Architetti Associati, masterfully plays with space, turning a once underused attic into an eclectic duplex wonder.
With spaces flowing seamlessly and a design that tantalizingly melds the old with the new, it’s a testament to impeccable design meeting the desires of modern living.
In Rome’s historic Colle Oppio neighborhood, Punto Zero breathes new life into a 115 m2 (1,238 ft2) apartment. Amidst 20th-century details, this renovated space channels the vibrancy of the Eternal City while championing eclectic design. A celebration of light and space, the [MNT] Casa Ermete offers an innovative blend of tradition and contemporary aesthetics.
Dive into the ER Apartment: a captivating 3single-floor haven in São Paulo, Brazil — a city renowned for its vibrant culture and architectural wonders. Crafted by Pascali Semerdjian Architects in 2023, this eclectic space seamlessly marries intimate nooks with grand social areas, making it a true reflection of São Paulo’s cosmopolitan spirit.
Experience a unique blend of modernity and eclecticism in the heart of Innsbruck, Austria with Omarama, a top-floor apartment remodel designed by NOA in 2022.
Reflecting twenty years of the client’s globetrotting adventures, this bright, sun-kissed abode artfully combines the traditional Alpine ambiance with elements of distant cultures. Black, white, and saffron hues grace the interior, while strategically placed artifacts infuse a sense of journey into the space, creating an exquisite design narrative against the backdrop of the imposing Alps.
Embark on a design journey with us as we explore the Apartment EL19, a masterpiece of eclectic style by Open Architecture Design, nestled in the heart of Riga, Latvia.
Nestled within a 19th century building, this space is a beautiful tapestry of old and new, infused with the expressive colors of Latvian painter Kristīne Luīze Avotiņa, and tailored to reflect the joyous lifestyle of its family of five occupants. Each room tells a story, from the artisanal craftsmanship of the custom Chevron parquet flooring to the vibrant green corridor that bridges the two parts of the apartment. Every corner of this domicile, even down to the bespoke bathroom sinks, sings of personalization and the unique charm of Latvia’s design heritage.