The Prada Fantasy Lookbook 2013 is out!
I love the way commercial interior goes nowadays: everething is really about concepts. The borders between retail design and commercial interior don’t exist anymore.
Pictures via www.retaildesignblog.net
This is Tongji bookstore in Shanghai by Archi-Union Architects:
This is a pop-cafe for Starbucks in Tokyo by Japanese studio Nendo:
My first interiors actually were very close copies of the job he was doing than. It wasn’t easy to get customers for this kind of interior in Latvia, and I’s very lucky to have realized works.
Time has passed and I’ve change my approach to interiors, but even now I’ve kept deep respect to this Bristish architect, and consider him as one of my Teachers.
His cookbook Living and Eating that came out 2001 , I bought mainly because of the pictures of his private interior. But today, 10 years later, it’s the most used cookbook in our home.
Today I made Chicken and White Wine Stew with Gremolata. It’s wonderful.
Picture from Pawson’s book:
Pictures from McQuillan dinner:
I’m a big fan of Isabel Marant’s store interiors and since today is an opening of the Marant’s third boutique in Hong Kong (10 Ice House Street, Central), I had to post the first pictures available on the net.
Isabel Marant’s stores have the same laid-back attitude like her fashion has. Seems to me, she manages not overthink things and that is so refreshing in our postmodernist interior world.
Thanks God, there is someone else who lose jewellery and don’t go for bags.
( seriosly, I don’t get WHY women pay thousands of euros for a thing that- in terms of function- can be replace with a plastic bag from supermarket )