It is a long weekend; time for relaxation, and I would love to be visiting Spa Furama. Formwerkz designed a calming space without corners and ended with fluid circles. Formwerkz refers to these circles as ‘bubbles of dream.’ Perfect vision for this fab spa…
Mmmmarble for two!
Peter Marino Architect. Yes, please.
Designed by Ashe and Leandro
Black marble interiors by Tamizo Architects
richard meier & partners architects
bohlin cywinski jackson
julie snow architects
100th Post! How quickly this milestone has arrived.
Thank you for visiting cabbagerose. The door is always open.
I have seen a few chapel renovations, and I have to say Chapel House is my favorite. You will find Chapel House in the quaint Flemish village of Bazel. I like its quirkiness. A mix of modern and vintage furniture, wonderful artwork, fabulous draperies, beautiful windows, and chunky marble all come together to sing, “Amen.”
Belfry Tashkent/Ippolito Fleitz Group
Cooperative Credit Bank Interior designed by Studio Kuadra
the tandemDUO house designed by Works Partnership Architecture
Rojkind Arquitectos studio visit: New Tamayo Museum
Distance of Fog, Japan/Studiogreenblue
This image makes me smile. My middle name is ‘wrong way.” I wonder if map heels would wash away this curse…probably not.
photography by jeremy murch
Hmmm…I’m searching for inspiration…
Perhaps I’ll find it here…
Will a bulb go off here?
Ta da! Inspiration found!
…for you and for me.
I am in awe of the uber-talented Japanese fashion designer Hiroko Koshino. Hiroko is highly regarded in the fashion world as a pioneer of reinventing traditional Japanese dress. While her contemporaries favor the avant-garde, Hiroko creates wearable clothes based on ceremonial wear updated with more volume, natural materials, and assymetric designs. Her hallmark is the modern reinterpretation of the kimono as well as gorgeous textiles and prints of her own design. Hiroko paints; she owns a gallery; she is considered a master of calligraphy; and she plays the Japanese three-strings guitar. You know, I guess when you’ve got it, you’ve got it…
Tadao Ando designed Hiroko’s Tokyo home, his first private project.
I am having fun designing my D dress…
The hotel is called “private” because they only accept one guest booking at a time for the five bedroom Richard Neutra-inspired beachfront house. If you notice, the hotel does provide a private butler; now that all t’s have been crossed and i’s have been dotted, time to pack….
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