We started collecting the coolest, most gorgeous and inspiring interiors that we’ve come across each week exactly a year ago, when (and on apropos of) the first lockdown introduced due to the Coronavirus epidemic started. With our weekly round-ups, we wanted to create an opportunity for some daydreaming and escaping the current situation, and we also wanted to inspire you as probably this was the longest time we have spent between the four walls—we thought we were very much in need of all three.
We don’t know for how long the world will stay upside down, but whatever happens, we hope the epidemic will make us appreciate our living spaces more and that we’ll dedicate more time and energy to it in the future as well. Until then, here are some memorable interiors from the past year. Enjoy, and stay tuned for the next weeks’ favorite interiors!
A home that is generous and humble at once, with artisan details | Anke Design | Kraków, Poland
A country house giving home to all generations | Collectif Encore | Labastide Villefranche, France
Bringing the best out of a small apartment | Kilohonc | Bratislava, Slovakia
Cave retreats on a Greek island | Kapsimalis Architecture | Santorini, Greece
Family home extended with a ceramics studio | Arhitektura | Ljubljana, Slovenia
City apartment evoking a Mediterranean vacation | Cobalto Studio | Barcelona, Spain
Apartment, gallery and studio | Studio Modijefsky | Zaandam, Netherlands
Surrealist minimalism | Atelier Dialect | Antwerp, Belgium
The design identity of an entire city condensed into a single hotel | DeSallesFlint | Warsaw, Poland
Mountain casa with spaces confluent with the panorama | OHLAB | Mallorca, Spain