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French architect India Mahdavi designs the first RED Valentino store in London

Paris-based architect and designer : India Mahdavi’s name is a reflection of the designer herself: exotic, feminine, dramatic. It’s a name that evokes a chic, global sensibility and one that completely captures the essence of her designs.

How cool is this playroom??

Pin This pin is a contemporary play room which is very visually stimulating.

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Campari Offices, Toronto - Canada

Whitegrass restaurant by Takenouchi Webb, Singapore » Retail Design Blog... - a grouped images picture - Pin Them All

Loving these pink, green colour scheme for a restaurant with a retro feel. Whitegrass restaurant by Takenouchi Webb, Singapore

The India Mahdavi-designed REDValentino store in Rome

India Mahdavi designs REDValentino’s new stores in Rome and London

Glassons-Flagship-Store-Broadway-Newmarket

Glassons-Flagship-Store-Broadway-Newmarket

TICKLED PINK: Lucy Folk is back on the Streets of Sydney

PLAYA by Lucy Folk has landed in Sydney. Just streets back from Bondi’s iconic shoreline the new space comes at the hands of friend and interior designer – and Habitus cover star – Tamsin Johnson.

<p>Multi-brand retail store ‘Monk House Design’ has worked with Flack Studio for their interior design and renovations of their second location. Featuring a lot of Australian and international women l

Monk House Design’s New Store in Melbourne

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The iconic Torre de Madrid, designed by architect brothers Julián and José María Otamendi Machimbarrena, was thought to be the tallest concrete building in the world for a while and has cut an impressive figure against the cityscape since 1957. It now ...

Barceló Torre de Madrid, Madrid, Spain

The iconic Torre de Madrid, designed by architect brothers Julián and José María Otamendi Machimbarrena, was thought to be the tallest concrete building in the world for a while and has cut an impressive figure against the cityscape since

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OK omin käsin

Copper pipe clothes rail and peach walls with minimalist black, white and wood touches. I spy DIY!

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