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Hanging plants, used books and a bar salvaged from New York are among the diverse elements incorporated into an eatery and bar in Texas conceived by architecture studio Clayton & Little and interior designer Mickie Spencer. The Eberly occupies a 1970s brick building that formerly housed a print shop. The restaurant – which serves up
Studio Razavi has abandoned excessive decoration for simple plaster walls and arched niches inside this Lyon apartment, which is meant to channel a sense of calm. Nestled amongst the winding, cobbled streets and Renaissance-era buildings of the historic Vieux Lyon neighbourhood, Apartment XVII has been designed by Studio Razavi to be an "introspective space". Left
Canadian studio La Firme has turned a former industrial space in a Montreal heritage building into a contemporary home. The local design practice stripped-back a property in a 1820s building, located in the Old Montreal area, to create a loft-like apartment. Brick walls, pipes and wooden ceiling beams overhead are left exposed as a reflection
Our updated Pinterest board features bathrooms with bold designs, including a glass-walled shower room and the striking bathrooms of The Siren Hotel in Detroit. Follow Dezeen on Pinterest or visit our updated board to see more. Recent additions to the Pinterest board include images of a new bathroom collection designed by Marcante Testa for Ex.t and a restroom clad
Say Architects has completed a grooming salon for pets in Hangzhou, China, which includes a sunken cafe, playground and a paddling pool where four-legged visitors can dip their paws. Called Nova Pets, the 450 square-metre space provides a grooming service and areas for owners and their furry friends to socialise with others. Half of the