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The Art of Bloom, an immersive and interactive exhibit exploring our relationship with nature opens July 24 at the Edison Theatre in Long Beach. Designed in collaboration with Tokyo- and LA-based design firm Daikoku Design Institute, the exhibit uses real flowers, light, and AR interactions to blend lines between the physical and digital. A full line-up of events and activites will take place from July to September, allowing visitors to more fully engage with the installation and participate in a series of truly unique experiences. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: @bShigeta –– A @sandow publication.

This pool house by @icraveny is the epitome of outdoor living. Polyester curtains and sheers billow past the aluminum-framed sliding doors, and brass pendant fixtures hang above the bed that overlooks the 60 ft pool. Our first-ever Best of Outdoor Living issue of @intdeshomes explores the best of the best outdoor spaces–pools, patios, dining, and more! Check out the issue at the link in our bio. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: @muggphoto –– A @sandow publication.

In Baja California, the Sea of Cortés coast from Cabo San Lucas to the north is peppered with resort hotels. In style they tend to be either steroidal haciendas or monumental hulks. By contrast, the new @solazresortloscabos by @sordo_madaleno is a refreshing example of Mexican modernismo. The lobby establishes a grand feeling of arrival with a great sweep of high-ceilinged, open-air space that encompasses sea views and reflecting pools. Throughout the property, clean-lined contemporary furniture complements the architecture. The design deploys a couple of timeless ways of beating the heat south of the border: the large hammocks strung up on room terraces and the woven-reed panels that shade them. Plant-lined walkways doubling as breezeways lead to beachfront facilities. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: @rafaelgamo –– A @sandow publication.

In the bar, lounge, and the 116-seat dining room, of the @jouinmanku-designed Voyages by Alain Ducasse, brilliant hues are the key. Vivid orange flooring cuts a path through the dining room, while ceiling panels are inspired by the persimmons found in local markets. A wall-size panel in yet more tangerine displays an installation of 100 tiles printed with delightfully playful food drawings by French illustrator @leamaupetit, interspersed with brief recipes and notes handwritten on the tiles by Ducasse. Throughout, large rounded-rectangle ceiling fixtures are based on traditional Chinese celestial lanterns. And it’s all presided over by French artist @romainbernini’s sprawling site-specific painting of a giant octopus swimming in an iridescent blue sea, a reference to one of Asia’s most important foods, that has quickly become the Voyages mascot. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: Eric Laignel –– A @sandow publication.

This 1,800 sq.ft coffee shop in Dubai designed by @4spacedesign is as unusual as it is astounding. Upon entering, the eye is immediately drawn to the ceiling that serves as the focal point of the design—teal structured pipes with leaf graphics inspired by the coffee roasters that the café uses. The pipes were designed using a parametric algorithm to setup the structural geometry of the project. The resulting space provides a cool and calming atmosphere of sophistication, creativity, and energy. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: Anas Al Rifai — A @sandow publication.

wineo PURline by @commercially_inspired, Mats Inc.'s line of bio-based polyurethane flooring is the first of its kind, sustainable solution made from natural raw materials. Four PURline collections are offered in neutral greys, bold brights and realistic wood and tile patterns to elevate any space. Discover the collections at the link in our bio. @commercially_inspired #purline #sustainableflooring

Our Editor in Chief @thecindygram declares, “Sophisticated design and a softer modernism can live together—happily—in Nantucket. Just look at this super-chic retreat from our pals at @workshopapd who composed a series of clad pavilions arranged perfectly for indoor/outdoor living. From a dreamy infinity pool to the 14-foot-long kitchen island, this haven is definitely a looker!” And a big thanks to our friends at @theNKBA for partnering with us to create this special Best of Outdoor Living magazine! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: @donnadotanphoto –– A @sandow publication

“Unbound,” @paulcocksedge’s first permanent, large-scale installation sets a light, suspenseful scene against beautiful landscape and the Norman Public Library Central in Norman, Oklahoma. The wire metal sculpture looks as though it’s suspended in space, forming a “mathematical kind of riddle” that changes with the weather and light. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: Paul Cocksedge Studio –– A @sandow publication.

In the Danish shelter magazine that Finn and Janni Holm subscribe to, architect Jan Henrik Jansen was pictured sitting in front of a house that he had constructed with his own hands. “We just rang him and asked him to do one for us,” Janni Holm says. “That’s where our adventure started.” The Holms had decided to build a new home on a lot and a simple wooden farmhouse was what they had in mind. What they got was entirely different, thanks to Jansen’s standard procedure: always conceiving more than one solution for a project. He first showed the Holms a design that corresponded exactly to their farmhouse brief. Then he surprised them with plans for a radically different idea: a round house. Explore more rustic-modern country escapes at the link in our bio. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: James Silverman –– A @sandow publication.

More coverage for fewer coats. With outstanding durability that outlasts changing seasons, @BenjaminMoore’s Aura’s Proprietary Color Lock® technology provides a beautiful, colorful rich finish that stays true over time, even in the modern ages. (STAIRCASE WALLS): Bassett Hall Green CW-480, Aura®, Matte (LEFT, WALLS): Mopboard Black CW-680, Aura®, Eggshell (RISERS): Geddy Gray CW-720, ADVANCE®, Satin #partnership #benjaminmoorepaints

Two buildings from different decades—a concrete warehouse designed by Swedish architect Sigurd Lewerentz in the 1930s and a newer office building designed by Alenius-Silverhielm-Åhlund in the 1990s–have been brought together into a new urban hotel in central Stockholm. Designed by Swedish architect @gertwingardh, The Strand evokes the glamour of the movie stars that lived and partied there in the early 20th century. Wingårdh peeled back the layers that had been added to the structures over the years to return the hotel to its original sparkling glamour. The striking enclosed interior courtyard–part of the hotel’s restaurant–is particularly glimmering, sprinkled with hanging pendant lights. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: André Pihl –– A @sandow publication.

Multi-family living gets a vibrant, hospitality-style makeover with a complex of three townhouses designed in partnership between @best_practice, @hybridarc, and Steven Lazen. The project is enlivened by artist @smwwl’s geometric stairwell and rooftop murals in the common spaces. In a bedroom, an Ikea Hektar sconce in white lights a Room & Board Piper Bed in Blossom and two prints from Draplin Design Co’s “Thick Lines” series hang on the wall. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: @sozinhoimagery –– A @sandow publication.

A 500-year-old abandoned house in Palma de Mallorca, Spain is now home to 24 guest rooms and a swimming pool surrounded by primordial jacaranda and citrus trees. The Can Bordoy, designed by @ohlab_architecture, ensured the history and character of the original building wasn’t lost by m making use of the original pine flooring and maintaining an era-appropriate palette of materials like lime mortar and stucco plaster. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: José Hevia –– A @sandow publication.

Living in color means living with good taste. @BenjaminMoore’s Regal® Select Exterior delivers superior adhesion that allows for a smooth, clean finish so that your color combinations can live together with each design piece, seamlessly. (WALLS): White Dove OC-17, Regal® Select Exterior, Flat (CEILING): Night Horizon 2134-10, ARBORCOAT®, Solid #partnership #benjaminmoorepaints

With all the distractions and diversions, finding focus in your home office is critical. Warm colors like @BenjaminMoore’s Metropolitan AF-690 and Storm AF-700, creates the right amount of balance in lighting and energy, so that your home office is equally functional and visually comfortable. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ (WALL) Metropolitan AF-690 Regal® Select, Eggshell (BASEBOARD) White Heron OC-57 Regal® Select, Semi-Gloss (CEILING) White Heron OC-57 Waterborne Ceiling Paint, Ultra Flat (CABINETS) Storm AF-700 ADVANCE®, Satin #partnership #benjaminmoorepaints

Make use of your functional living spaces. Whether you are transitioning from warm to cool tones, or bright to neutrals, adding a pop of color like @BenjaminMoore’s Wenge AF-180 is sure to make a statement. (Accent Wall) Wenge AF-180, Aura® Interior, Eggshell (Trim) Ice Mist OC-67, ADVANCE® Interior, Semi-Gloss (Ceiling) Ice Mist OC-67, Waterborne Ceiling Paint, Ultra Flat #partnership #benjaminmoorepaints

Our Editor in Chief @thecindygram recounts, “Timing is everything. Right when the box of this month’s June issue landed on my desk with the @monteverdi_tuscany gracing the cover, I also heard my pal @bethdickstein was traveling in Tuscany. So I texted her about this charming former schoolhouse—now a culinary complex—on a medieval hilltop in Italy, urging her to go, go, go!...and she did! Her description? It was like HEAVEN! Congrats to @ilaria.miani on the gorgeous design. The moral of this tale? Unless you are Beth, the next best thing to being there, is luxuriating in this issue!” ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: @bernard_touillon — A @sandow publication.

When you’re designing a new boutique hotel in a building that started life as a factory, an industrial aesthetic is a no-brainer. @alfaromanrique did just that for the One Shot Tabakalera House in San Sebastián, Spain. Complex, colorful carpet, upholstery, and wall graphics animate soften the original concrete sur­faces inside the old tobacco plant, not housing 46 guest rooms. Metal trim in black and copper, and a earthy palette help reinforce the industrial feel. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: @victorsajara1 –– A @sandow publication.

The Pacific Palisades holds no shortage of contemporary houses, and while this modern masterpiece by @magnidesign and @shubindonaldson is stunning in its own right, its the home’s setting that truly makes it shine. Flanked on one side by sweeping views of a state park on one side and the Pacific Ocean on the other, the hillside estate has arguably some of the best views on the West Coast. On the lot is a 14,500 sq ft contemporary home boasting a gym, sauna, game room, and 45-foot infinity pool. The architecture immediately reads modernist yet organic. The goal was to create a feel that was handcrafted rather than machine-made. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: @fernandogguerra –– A @sandow publication.

From a distance, it looks like it’s been there for a century. But in reality, the @perrylanehotel in Savannah, Georgia, is a new ground-up structure—actually, two structures (more on that later). Its interiors, however, conjure a bygone era, yet still feel fresh and modern. That’s the work of @avroko principals Greg Bradshaw, Adam Farmerie, William Harris, and Kristina O’Neal, who immersed themselves in Savannah, even invented a muse to guide the project, their first in the Hostess City. The Wayward, the street-level bar, is one of three dining and drinking venues at the hotel. Inside, a motorcycle hangs above the bar and vintage postcards adorn the walls, lending an upscale-dive vibe. Guests can play pinball, Skee-Ball, and help themselves to popcorn from the popcorn machine. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: Eric Laignel –– A @sandow publication.

Talk about a lovely lobby! A combination of two century-old buildings in Portland, OR results in one tastemaker des­tination, where many of the 150 guest rooms and suites are dressed in wallpaper patterned with images of local plants found in the Rose City. The Woodlark hotel’s entrance, designed by @officeuntitled and Smith Hanes Studio, features bold tile complimented by statement light fixtures and a brass flower case by local favorite flower studio @colibripdx complete with bountiful greenery. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: Provenance Hotels –– A @sandow publication.

Morning Glory, a new breakfast and cocktail restaurant by @basile_studio draws on 1980s inspiration and showcases a palette of muted green, pops of pink, and terrazzo as well as nods to early Frank Lloyd Wright with walnut finishes, mirexed metals, and signature-inspired architectural lighting and chandelier installations. Above the pastry bar, a copper clad and back-lit pink acrylic starburst welcomes guests. The main interior dining room showcases several intricate seating areas including a two-toned dusty rose custom leather bolster “lipstick booth" and organic Douglas Fir carved booth system ergonomically contoured to the body. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: @zackbensonphoto –– A @sandow publication.

A cozy family room always makes a great first impression. @BenjaminMoore’s Regal® Select ensures your home design stands up to the wear and tear of everyday life. (Upper Wall): Stone White 2120-70, Regal® Select Interior, Eggshell (Lower Wall): Dior Gray 2133-40, Regal® Select Interior, Eggshell (Trim): Distant Gray OC-68, ADVANCE® Interior, Semi-Gloss #partnership #benjaminmoorepaints

The hardest decision you’ll have at @bernardesarq’s hotel in Rio de Janeiro is picking between the perfect pool and the beach it overlooks! Led by a descendent of Brazilian modernist luminaries Claudio and Sergio Bernardes, the straw and fiber décor inside this 49-room boutique property echoes the natural elements of nearby Ipanema Beach, while the facade’s acetylated-wood exterior was chosen for its ability to withstand the tropical climate. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: @leonardofinotti –– A @sandow publication.

Book lovers rejoice! Wutopia Lab’s new Zhongshuge Library is the ultimate reader’s paradise. An enclosed entry sets the mood for what’s to come. Guests are immediately greeted by serpentine walls of shelving that rise to meet the ceiling, then spread outward as horizontal bands of light, like petals unfurling from stalks. Near the center of the public reading area stands a square pavilion entered through the wide archways on each side. Yu calls this structure the Pantheon. Its floor of clear glass, intended to resemble water, allows a glimpse down into a book-lined room that can be used for meetings or just for reading. Bands of shelving wrap the glowing walls, while through the center swoops a ribbonlike staircase. The white backdrop was chosen to evoke purity and light, a contrast with the heaviness of the city’s long history. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: @creatarimages –– A @sandow publication.

Fortina™ Louvers in Vent Walnut finishfrom @bn_industries span the ceilings of the new sleek yet sumptuous Arclinea flagship store in Milan. The rhythmic Fortinaabove combines with the warm gray marble floor and unifies the various kitchens, featuring the Collection designed by Antonio Citterio. @bn_industries

How can a building blend in, yet also disrupt? That was the goal for @martinlejarraga when designing the Loop Inn, a six-level, 47-room hostel on a corner site in the historic center of Cartagena, Spain. The city boasts fine examples of Roman, Baroque, Neoclassical, and Art Nouveau architecture, but a flourishing maritime economy keeps it firmly anchored in the 21st century, and the design of the hostel reflects these modern influences. The building’s exterior is careful to respect the neighborhood’s neutral, timeworn palette by incorporating traditional materials in the facade. They collaborated with local painter @amcharris to create four applied-plaster patterns—subtle, tone-on-tone stylizations of the sea, sun, wind, and city walls—that run in story-height bands around the trapezium-shape building. Paired with ceramic latticework screens on projecting windows and balconies that evoke Moorish Spain, these broad swaths of plasterwork pay homage to classic Iberian decorative traditions while modernizing both their aesthetics and application. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: David Frutos –– A @sandow publication.

The airy new Full Circle Café designed by @x_plus_o in upland Bali blends the Indonesian island’s laid-back lushness with Australia’s passion for flat whites and smashed avocado. The café occupies a double-height concrete-and-glass building with a barrel-vaulted ceiling. The designer, working with A+A Architecture Interior, carved the light-filled volume into different zones and levels. Naturally, pride of place goes to the large brew bar—an interactive communal hub where customers can simply enjoy the results of, or actively learn about, different brewing processes—its fluted sides formed by pressing bamboo into concrete. A white powder-coated steel frame overhead contains plants that evoke island greenery. Adjacent cast-concrete railway-style booths, lined with teak veneer, provide a sense of enclosure, while bleacher seating of the same material echoes Bali’s rice terraces. The neutral palette gives added punch to an end-wall mural, which depicts the nearby monkey forest preserve and vivid red coffee beans; the other end wall is lined with semicircular banquettes. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: Sheila Man –– A @sandow publication.

Inside @martinlejarraga’s Loop Inn hostel, a range of offerings for guest rooms are available, each with their own thematic wallpaper. The ground-floor duplexes, for instance, sport zebra-patterned walls; the more common multiperson shared bunk rooms, located on the first three floors, feature a blue polka-dot paper; while the private doubles on the top floor flaunt a jungle-palm motif that nods to the faux grass covering the adjoining terrace. For families, rooms with twin or double beds for grown-ups occupy the lower level, while kid-friendly bunks, reached by ladder, are tucked into a mezzanine sleeping loft overhead. All the built-in pine furniture is custom. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: David Frutos –– A @sandow publication.

@wpp, the London-based international advertising and pr giant enlisted the help of @Hoknetwork to gather the New York offices of several subsidiaries into a single location at 3 World Trade Center. The sheer size of the endeavor was the first hurdle, the space measuring in at 700,000 square feet and 14 floors. To meet the need for an innovative, creative habitat with maximum interconnectedness, HOK director of interior design Tom Polucci, assigned each subsidiary its own designer to provide it with a unique environment. Each company presented HOK about its culture, brand, and staff to ensure that the workspaces perfectly fit the ethos. Most of the square footage is devoted to flexible work space, conceived to provide utmost adaptability as needs evolve. While differing from company to company, these areas are all created from the same kit of parts, which includes such furnishings as sitting and standing desks, oval oak conference tables, and engulfing podlike chairs that take their cue from first-class airline seats. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: Eric Laignel –– A @sandow publication.