2011 Juni : design elements


Inspiration: Living Rooms

categories Living room    

Apartment Therapy


mi casa revista


Catshill Mountain House by Audrey Matlock

categories Architecture, House Tour, Houses    

Dieses schöne Haus vom Architekturbüro Audrey Matlock befindet sich im Gebirge. Minimalistisches Design spricht mich so an. Weniger ist mehr…

This beautiful mountain house is designed by New York based architect Audrey Matlock. I am drawn to minimal interiors. Less is more…

Thanks for discovering this gem to my blog friends Cabbage Rose and Japanese Trash. photos: arcides


Loft in La Coruña

categories House Tour    

Eine Loftwohnung in La Coruña – klein, aber echt schön eingerichtet. Interior design: Arianna Barral und Joaquín Vázquez

Lovely home: a small loft in La Coruña, Spain. Interior design: Arianna Barral and Joaquín Vázquez

photos: mi casa revista


Dream View

categories Architecture, Dream View, Houses, Pools    

Traumhafte Aussicht über die griechische Insel Ägina im Saronischen Golf. Architektur: Helen Sfakianaki

Dream view from a private residence on Aegina Island in the Saronikos gulf, Greece. Architecture: Helen Sfakianaki

beautifully photographed by Konstantinos Kontos found via architizer



categories Leftovers    

Fotos von dieser Woche, die ich noch nicht gepostet habe.

Images from this week that didn’t make it into posts.

Vienna Way Residence in Venice, California by Marmol Radzinger via homedsgn

Vienna Way Residence in Venice, California by Marmol Radzinger via homedsgn

design: Fantastic Frank, photo: Anders Lindén

photo: William Waldron for Elle Decor


nuevo estilo


everything you love

Paul Newman and Robert Redford, photo: awesome people hanging out together via fantastic frank

p.s.: This category is inspired by the leftovers of Japanese Trash – one of my favorite blogs.


Inspiration: Dining Rooms

categories Dining    

Diese Esszimmer gefallen mir sehr gut… Ein tolles Wochenende mit viel Sonnenschein!

I like them all, a lot. I wish you a beautiful and sunny weekend!

DeForest Architects via one of my favorite blogs Cabbage Rose

design: Jennifer Post, photo: Joshua McHugh for AD discovered via one of my fav blogs Japanese Trash

design attractor

Damilano Studio Architects, photo: contemporist


Something White

categories Living room    

Ein Blick in diese schönen Wohnzimmer nachdem ich heute einen Tag mit jeder Menge Spaß und einem unvergesslichen Sting Konzert in Sofia verbracht habe. Liebe Grüße für euch

Just picked some beautiful living rooms after spending unforgettable 2 hours at Sting’s concert in Sofia. Hope you like them too. Happy (almost) Wednesday!

design: Thomas Phifer and Partners, photo: home dsgn

nuevo estilo

design: Yabu Pushelberg,  photo: Richard Powers via yatzer

nuevo estilo


Interview with Javier Barba

categories Architecture, Designer, Interviews    

photo: AD

The Spanish architect Javier Barba is one of the leaders of the Green Movement. His architecture is based on the concept of integrated architecture, which is architecture that is respectful of nature and its resources. Named to Architectural Digest list of top 100 interior designers and architects in the world, Javier Barba tries to incorporate photovoltaic panels and geothermal power into every project. He makes the first drawings by hand with his Caran d’Ache pencil and his Caran d’Ache watercolors.

photo: BC estudio

How would you describe your own style?

Respect towards nature and integrated architecture.

What was the moment when you knew you would be an architect?

I am the fourth generation of architects and I never doubted becoming one.

Which are your favorite architects from the past?

Frank Lloyd Wright.

What are the most amazing buildings you’ve seen?

The Parthenon, the Coliseum, Naveta dels Tudons, some of the houses of Frank Lloyd Wright, some Renzo Piano projects, the Mies Van der Rohe Barcelona pavillion among others.

Your houses look like a part of the landscape. How do you achieve this?

By initial visits to the land, which is where inspiration appears, and if it’s possible spending a few days at or near the land to feel the energy, the winds, the views, the stones, the trees, smells, and after getting a distant perspective from the land and seeing how a project would be seen from other places.

photo: BC estudio

How do you complete a project from the start to finish?

It all starts with getting to know the client to see his needs and with the visit to the land. After that the process follows in consecutive phases when the project is discussed with the client and it evolves as it is developed.

And the building you wished you’d designed?

More than a “building”, the Mesa Verde Anasazi settlement.

Your favorite writers?

Herman Hesse, Nietzche, Ortega y Gasset.

What do you consider to be your greatest achievement?

Popularizing in a certain way green architecture and integrated architecture in Spain and the respect towards vernacular architecture in the different countries in which we work.

What does success mean to you?

The client’s satisfaction after finishing the project, either if it is residential or a more public space. Fortunately this occurs often. Also when a project is finished and somebody says that the building looks as if it has always been there. That means that the integration in the landscape has been a success.

What are the most important design elements?

The orientation of the project on the site, the pre-existing elements on the land such as trees, water, rocks and the views.


Leaf House in Brazil

categories Architecture, Houses    

Dieses Strandhaus liegt südlich von Rio de Janeiro. Inspiriation für das Projekt war die Architektur der Indianer. Design: Mareines + Patalano Arquitetura

Inspired by Brazil’s Indian architecture, this beautiful beach house is located south of Rio de Janeiro. Design: Mareines + Patalano Arquitetura

Leaf House in Brazil by Mareines + Patalano Arquitetura via homedsgn

Leaf House in Brazil by Mareines + Patalano Arquitetura via homedsgn

Leaf House in Brazil by Mareines + Patalano Arquitetura via homedsgn


Greetings from Bulgaria

categories I Love Bulgaria, Travels    

I love being in Bulgaria. After having a wonderful time just walking with friends, cooking with my mom and visiting my favotite bookstore I’m excited to see many of my old classmates tonight. I’ll be heading to the beach for a few days and to Monaco next week. No matter where or how you spend the weekend… hope you are surrounded by those you love. Next post tomorrow…

Black Sea

The Main Street in Plovdiv (my hometown)

The Ancient Theater in Plovdiv

Graffit Cafe in Varna

Rhodope Mountains – about half an hour’s drive outside of Plovdiv

my favorite tennis court in the whole world (located in the Rhodope Mountains)

flowers on the balcony of my mom

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