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Inspiration

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22
Jun

Engaging the Neighborhood

Australian residential developer Crown Group has unveiled the design of its latest development in downtown Los Angeles, and its first United States project, Sky Trees. The $500-million, mixed-use, high rise condominium and hotel tower was designed by Koichi Takada Architects in collaboration with MVE + Partners as executive architect. “Like many of our other projects,…
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15
Jun

Connecting Humans With Nature

Located on the shores of Jinsha Lake, Canopy by Hilton Hangzhou Jinsha Lake overlooks the largest man-made park in Hangzhou, China. The city’s evolution from marshlands to farmlands to its present state as a modern urban oasis in the Zhejiang Province of East China served as the inspiration for the premier new hotel. The design,…
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08
Jun

Waves of Positivity

Photo artist Michael Banks is channeling nature in his new series, “Ocean Halo,” adding to his Water image collection. The images depict peaceful waves flowing onshore. “It’s been a very difficult time for people all over the world since COVID-19 came into our lives,” Banks told InspireDesign. “We’ve been shut inside our homes, and I…
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03
Jun

Tile With Style

These tiles use marble, water and the Caribbean as their inspiration. Have a look: Royal Marble Collection Fiandre, part of the Iris Ceramica Group, has unveiled its first U.S. production of marble looks and slabs in a new porcelain tile collection called Royal Marble. It features refined marble looks that include both large and traditional…
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28
May

Inspired Rugs and Carpets

Artists and designers can find inspiration anywhere. Take a look at what inspired these rugs and carpets: Inspired by Martha’s Vineyard A world traveler from an early age, Kiko Singh, principal at BraytonHughes Design Studios, has always taken inspiration from the things she saw, touched and smelled during her trips. This time, using Martha’s Vineyard…
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20
May

Classic Wood

The look of wood remains one of the all-time classics. Here’s a look at how some manufacturers are bringing that look into their latest products. Island Stone Kayu V wood wall cladding from Island Stone (above) is a meshed tile arrangement of reclaimed Indonesian teak with a tapering relief. Taken together, the tiles weave across…
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15
May

Ties to Tucson

The Tuxon, set to debut this summer in Tucson, AZ, has joined Marriott International’s Design Hotels portfolio, and is the first Design Hotels property in the state. We dived in deeper with co-creators of The Tuxon, Vishal and Sunny Patel, who gave us a look into their connection to the inaugural property, their inspirations and…
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06
May

Light Touches

While the right lighting can make a space look better, the design of that lighting can add its own flair. Gourd Pendants New Gourd Pendants from Tracy Glover Studio (pictured above) are a pleasing balance of large, organic form and delicate, linear finish emerging from the end of a simple, brass stem. The glass is…
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28
Apr

Igniting Wanderlust

Everything is uncertain right now: When will travel reopen? How will we get to explore again? And, what will life look like when we finally do? While we adjust to the new normal and come to terms with this uncertainty, there is one thing we can do: feed our wanderlust. Hidden Doorways, a travel sales…
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