By Ada Teicu
This inspiring private residence located in Ramat HaSharon, Israel, creates the perfect background for a life filled with happiness and relaxation. Under the harsh Israeli sun, creative minds of Tel Aviv-based studio Pitsou Kedem Architects imagined a contemporary oasis. Collaborating with architect Jonathan Munjak, the architecture studio infused this previously vacant lot with life. Photographed by Elad Sarig, the home presents itself as a highly modern residence open to the outdoors via large windows, glass doors and glass partitions.
By Paul Dominie
I’ve been in the world of flooring for 26 years now and focused on design since I became an interior designer in 2004. In all those years, I have seen some of the same mistakes made repeatedly when it comes to wood flooring, usually when consumers make their own design decisions or they let a contractor with no design background run wild. Here are some of the top problems I see when wood flooring and design collide.
Here’s a behind the scene view with Henrique Oliveira while working on his biggest installation yet, in his hometown in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Inspired by the city’s environment, old walls, and many surfaces, Henrique creates large scale tunnels of what he refers to as “tumors”. These sprawling “tumors” are made out of used plywood, a common material found around Sao Paulo, which is used to fence/isolate construction sites.