Warsaw-based Colombe Studio offers a complex interior design service, from personalized and selected antique pieces to metalworking and upholstery, all using the highest quality raw materials.
Commissioned architectural firm ORA was tasked with the creation of a minimalist interior suitable for a family of four who use the home as a weekend
In the first suffocating heatwave of the summer, all we can think of is a refreshing dip in the water surrounded by nature. Luckily for us,
In the words of the hosts, “just 50 minutes from Budapest”, Pine Weekendhouse, perfectly composed but still breathing with nature, addresses those who want to relax
This futuristic ice cream parlor opened its doors in Odessa, not long before the Russian-Ukrainian conflict started. After a couple of weeks, the windows were covered
Tasting local craft beer in one of the most authentic retro markets in the suburbs of Budapest or discovering one of the city’s best Neapolitan pizzerias
Waiting, delays, cancellations, replacements, changes and even more waiting—bus stations are not our favorite places, although if we take a closer look, we can discover very
Aparterre’s shop in Bucharest was conceived as a kind of private home where fashion and design lovers can feel at home: among beautiful clothes, special objects,
Architectural firm TAROS NOVA a.s. has completed for its client the Dolní Morava resort, the longest suspension bridge in the world. Located in the Czech Republic,
There is something quite mysterious about condominiums built in the last centuries—not only because of their appearance, but also because of their historical past. They have
Retro furniture, that is, the iconic room furnishings of the twentieth century, may have never really gone out of fashion: this is also evidenced by the
Locals believed the Calvinist Church of Külső-Kelenföld was more of a high-tech miracle, such as a missile site or a UFO than a sacred building—with the
There are many inspiring, eye-catching and trendy interior design concepts in the world of Pinterest, but what makes them truly unique? A special object, a mix
Walking through the popular streets of small and large cities in Eastern Europe, we can almost definitely stumble upon some kind of public sculpture or monument.
This summer, the interior design duo Holloway Li will present WunderLocke, a hotel in Munich based on the theory and aesthetics of Wassily Kandinsky’s “Innerer Klang”.