New York apartment by Teresa Sapey, Italian architect living in Madrid.
Amsterdam studio Nezu Aymo Architects have completed the interiors for a Japanese shop in Amsterdam with strips of bamboo hanging from the ceiling. Called Japanse Winkeltje, a gallery space, shop and Japanese culture centre are housed on three separate floors. The interior walls and ceilings on all floors are covered in natural materials. One side of the shop features undulating fabric shelves and on the other side loops of white mesh made of paper yarn soaked in rice water surround the wooden shelves.
Clover Lamp by Spanish designer Alberto Sánchez of MUT Design, shown at the exhibition in Milan. Faithful to its commitment to the environment, it places nature as main source of inspiration, this line, for instance takes the silhouette of a clover as an influence. Composed of three identical structures on which color strings are woven of colors, Clover illumination allows complete customization by offering numerous possibilities of color.
Contemporary Polish design, well rooted in Poland’s heritage and cultural diversity, may be attractive to a sophisticated European audience. The traditional patterns and materials used in Polish decorative arts make Polish design unique. The carpet series make from felt, designed by Agnieszka Czop and Joanna Rusin, to confirm what mentioned. They use lace design or color scheme from polish folk, especially regional apparel.