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Favorite interiors of the week_95

Each week, we share the most gorgeous, inspiring and coolest interiors that we’ve come across in the past few days. Here comes some perfect eye candy to browse through while sipping your Saturday morning coffee, which you can also use as inspiration for your own home. We came across lots of exciting interiors this week again: reimagined traditions, ultra-modern solutions and surprising recycling, all in eye-catching ways.

Exciting level-differences in a 120-years-old house | Tada Masaharu, Endo Shojiro | Kyoto, Japan

The comfort of a city apartment | Paulina Swist – ArchiWisła | Warsaw, Poland

Spacious apartment with views of the Colosseum | Alvisi Kirimoto | Rome, Italy

Industrial style meets antiquity in the middle of the desert | Rael San Fratello, studio Dust | Marfa, Texas, United States

Recycled mussel and oyster shells in a London restaurant | Studio Gossamer | London, United Kingdom

Colorful and modern home in a 17th-century weaving mill | Benthem Crouwel Architects | Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Ultra-minimalist eco-house in London | Architecture For London | London, United Kingdom

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