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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.

@KichlerLighting: The Palisades Collection draws inspiration from boho-chic styles, for a casual, laid-back look that spices indoor spaces or outdoor entertainment areas such as patios, porches, or lanais. #Kichler #KichlerLighting #MyKichlerStyle

@KinonSurfaceDesign: Our ultra-sophisticated neutral patterns offer a grounded space for relaxation in this master bathroom. #kinon #kinonliving #interiordesign #luxuryliving #zenbathroom #partnership

With its sleek, bridge-like aluminum legs that owe their form to mid-century American design, the @Vitra Suita sofa system, designed by Italian architect Antonio Citterio, combines light and slender volumes with a timeless, technical aesthetic. This sofa family encompasses a wide range of configurable elements that can be freely combined with one another. The solid-walnut top Plate Tables by @Jasper.Morrison complement the refined industrial details of Suita. #Vitra #VitraHomeStories #JasperMorrison #AntonioCitterio #partnership

A rain-shower hangs down from the vaulted ceilings of this 19th-century Puglia home-turned-hotel renovation over a sandstone basin artist Andrea Sala. Usually known for their product design, @palombaserafini helmed the transformation, envisioning a place of “contemporary nostalgia.” The idea was to evoke a feeling of being private guests in a grand palazzo, rather than a traditional hotel experience. Pairing minimalism and the palazzo’s existing neoclassicism, walls and ceiling frescoes are ornate and intricate mosaic tile covers the floor. 📷: @renee_kemps –– A @sandow publication.

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.

@trikes.interiors: Along the back wall of The Hatchery, we’ve installed contemporary garage doors that seamlessly connect our indoor workspace to our outdoor patio. When renovating the Hatchery, our product curation and marketing center, our focus is to recycle and reclaim everything possible that made sense. We even restored the original concrete floors and the unique architecture of the ceiling. It has truly given our place character. Thank you for following along on our tour of The Hatchery! Contact TRI-KES for your commercial wallcovering and fabric needs. #FromTheHatchery #trikesinteriors #partnership

Studio Rick Joy’s first urban ground-up build project, a concrete townhouse in Mexico City comprises a pair of duplex apartments stacked on a ground-floor garage around a central courtyard. Lush vegetation fills the open space at the base of the south lightwell, while vines grow in baskets hanging from ropes threaded with local stones. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: @joefletcherphoto — A @sandow publication.

Editor in Chief @thecindygram selected the Tianjin Binhai Library in Tianjin, China because "it broke all the rules: the scale (wowza!), it’s shapely form, and who can forget, in this digital age, this project is celebrating BOOKS!" ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Don't forget to share your favorite design image of the year using #YearinDesign2018 to be featured on Interior Design! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: @lielaine

@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.

One of the awe-inducing features of the Four Seasons Hotel Kuwait (@fskuwait), designed by Interior Design Hall of Fame members @yabupushelberg, is a luminous and fantastical spiral staircase that ushers visitors upward from the lobby. 📸 courtesy of the firm. @sandow

Our Editor in Chief @thecindygram says: “Stairs have become an insta hit, a good set of winding, swooping ones, we just can’t seem to get enough of!” And we can see why this glorious Boston townhouse staircase, designed by Hall of Famer @stevenharrisarchitects, has been posted a kazillion times: because it’s plaster-surfaced elliptical shape—like a sculpture—makes us swoon! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Share your favorite design image of the year using #yearindesign2018 for the chance to be featured on interiordesign.net! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Photo: Scott Francis

Hidden away on a small island on Vietnam’s northern coast, Vo Trong Nghia Architects has designed the aptly named Castaway Island Resort from almost entirely bamboo. The resort sits on a stretch of beach tucked between towering cliffs and only accessible by boat, providing both a stunning setting and an unrivaled escape. The five residential units and pavilions were designed from bamboo and recycled timber to be both environmentally conscious and easy to transport and assemble without disturbing the environment. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: Hiroyuki Oki –– A @sandow publication.

White-washed walls and a clinical feel are often what comes to mind when thinking of healthcare spaces. @alda.ly threw those notions out the window and instead opted for comfortable homey touches when designing Parsley Health, a New York clinic in Union Square. The Brooklyn-based studio incorporated earthy tones and elements like potted plants, maple flooring, and an abundance of natural light to bring patients in touch with nature. They also added amenities not often found in a doctor’s office—like this kitchen and dining space that would look more at home in an apartment—to make the space feel more welcoming. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: @reidrolls.interiors | @sandow

Singapore's Changi airport consistently ranks among the top travel hubs in the world, with generous amenities, shopping, and now, boasting the world's largest indoor waterfall. The 7-story water feature and surrounding climate-controlled green space was designed in a collaboration between @safdiearchitects and @pwpla as part of the city-state’s larger goal of creating a “city in a garden. Inside, water pours down through the central glass oculus, providing a breathtaking gateway to the airport and acting as a centerpiece for the space which will house shopping and entertainment spaces. The new structure, dubbed the Jewel also evokes the country's iconic Gardens by the Bay, with walking trails and quiet seating throughout the terraced gardens. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: @pwpla – A publication of @sandow.

The all-white kitchen inside designer Kim Dolva’s own apartment in Copenhagen is part of what he calls a “experimental thing.” The heavily oiled chevron wood floor was the first step in making the home functional and beautiful–capable of withstanding the wear and tear of shoes. Floor to ceiling cabinets were next on the list, making the most of the high ceilings found throughout, still with the original molding. The kitchen counter is all made from a single piece of marble. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: KBH Københavns Møbelsnedkeri –– A @sandow publication.

@MaglinSiteFurniture’s Pixel Collection encourages a spirit of community in outdoor spaces, creating seating that promotes social interaction and community well-being. From parks, courtyards and campuses to shopping centers, streetscapes and urban squares, Pixel's playful building blocks can be configured to any space. #pixel #sitefurniture #partnership

After re­ceiving a master’s degree in pro­duct design, @nicksmith_art practiced interior design for 10 years, constantly surrounded by paint chips and swatches. Then, a lightbulb went off. Retaining color methodology as the core of his work, he began creating his own chips, and then arranged hundreds of them into artworks. Today, the contemp­orary British artist’s pieces range in size from 15 by 18 inches to 3 1/2 by 4 1/2 feet, the larger ones containing upwards of 1,000 hand-glued chips. His latest exhibition, “Pinched,” at Rhodes Contemporary Art in London, showcases iconic paint­ings that had been stolen at one point—The Scream and Mona Lisa among them—that Smith has de­constructed, the chips providing information on their theft. You never know, your expert eye for color could open you to a whole other profession. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: @nicksmith_art | text: @blockannie –– A @sandow publication.

Lifestyle retailer @harlanholden made waves earlier this year with the opening of a new contemporary dining venture, Rockwell Glasshouse in Makati, Philippines. The @gamfratesi designed space sits on a verdant plot, surrounded by greenery, so naturally the glass structure that houses the cafe drew inspiration from a modern greenhouse. Inside, natural light abounds, and a subdued color palette and towering plants enhance the natural vibe. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷 via @harlanholden | @sandow

@trc_lab’s handtufted quality was the ideal choice when @sashabikoff was selected to transform the extensive spiral staircase of the @kbshowhouse. Speed, precision and scale were paramount in executing the immense project by opening day. Drawing inspiration from Ettore Sottsass and the Memphis Design Movement, @therugcompany’s studio worked side-by-side with Bikoff to create the complex and precise stair runner, which showcases every aspect of their bespoke design ability. @trc_lab @therugcompany #trclab #therugcompany #handtufted

Most of the time, design focuses on the needs and wants of adult clients. That’s far from the case at X+Living’s Loong Swim Club in Suzhou, China where kids take center stage. Wavy leather-upholstered lounge seating and the pool’s dropletlike iron drums recalling condensation signal an aquatic theme at the parent-child swim center integrating leisure and entertainment. Iron drum ceiling fixtures, representing water droplets illuminate the pool, featured on the cover of the July issue. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: Shoo Feng –– 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.

Designers Mona Singal of @rua141arquitetura and @zalc.arq think about things differently for Apartment RZ, a São Paulo apartment in need of redesign. The duo focused on upcycling to give new use to the materials found throughout and take the space to new heights. Exposed elements of concrete, pipes, and wiring became the basis for the design, inspiring other industrial elements like the snaking pipes of the chandelier and rebar for bookshelves. 📷: @romulofialdini | @sandow

Sandwiched between a neo-baroque Poznanski Palace from 1903 and a renovated late 19th-century red-brick factory in Poland is a new hotel designed in collaboration with @superfutures_design and @asw.architekci. The Puro Lodz pays homage to the rich artistic history of the town, and is filled with the work of local artists and creatives. The crown jewel of the hotel is an in-house movie theater with a full bar attached. At the bar, glass pendant fixtures and ‘60’s-inspired carpet, all custom, join Verner Panton seating. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: @annastathakiphoto –– A @sandow publication.

Instead of fighting fires, visitors to the @detroitfoundationhotel partake in podcasts and dine in style under neoclassical terra-cotta arches. Originally built as a firehouse, @simeonedeary merged two urban visions of Detroit to transform the 95,000 sq.ft. space into a reflection of the city’s past while embracing its present. In the dining room, the sweeping 18-foot ceiling–intended to accommodate firetrucks–now dangles an elegant and elaborate custom pendant that evokes smoke and the hotel’s history. Details by local artisans and homages to Detroit’s automotive history proliferate throughout the hotel and its 100 guest rooms. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: Sal Rodriguez | @sandow

Polish ice cream chain @lodowato’s Katowice location has a brand new refreshing interior. Collective Musk outfitted the new shop with an abstract bubbly theme that both fit the company’s fun-filled, highly Instagram-able style, and offered something new and surprising. Bright colors draw in visitors from the street, with the red-tiled ice cream display becoming the centerpiece of the shop. Despite extra tall ceilings, the parlor feels cozy, thanks to an installation of gradient spheres that acts to lower the room, bringing the space closer together, and keep the attention of customers waiting in line. The bubbly theme carries down the walls to a simple, yet practical menu comprised of interchangeable while plates on wooden slats, perfect for the shop where the menu changes daily. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: Radosław Kaźmierczak –– A @sandow publication.

@royalbotania is redefining bathing in luxury. The MOZAIX collection is no doubt the eye catcher of the upcoming season! The new deep-seated sofa–available in three mahogany finishes–provides an incredible range of possibilities. Take the lead and design a sofa to suityour personal style! You decide where to place the fine enameled lava stone tiles and solar-powered lamps. You can even add a touch of greenery with the addition of MOZAIX planters. The MOZAIX Lounge is for those who want more than just deep seating. It is a luxurious landscape and you are the architect!

Each year, celebrated designers transform a luxury Manhattan residence into the @kbshowhouse, an elaborate exhibition of fine furnishings, art, and technology. This year’s iteration, open today through May 31, is no different. Designers went all out, notably @sashabikoff, who dreamed up a technicolor ode to past, present, and future in the grand staircase. Memphis Milano designers @ettoresottsass and Alessandro Mendini are clear influences, as are contemporary makers @chrisschanck and @mishakahn, who both have pieces on display. 📸 by @sargentpix, text by @ryanwaddoups. @sandow @therugcompany

In the small alley of Moscow’s Sivtsev Vrazhek, an unassuming garden pavilion surrounded by greenery is the new home to a colorful authentic Israeli restaurant. At just 236 sq. ft., the space challenged @studio_shoo to design a space that fit in the confined space without losing the bright flavor of Israel. White bricks provide the canvas for the restaurant, accented by a palette of bold blues, pinks and yellows with hand-made tiles covering the floor and flowing into the open kitchen’s counter. Towering windows, restored from the building’s originals and vintage lamps from the 50s hang from the high ceiling, providing plenty of both natural and warm lighting. A large communal table of solid oak acts as the centerpiece of the space and encourages community and interaction. Authentic touches, from painted plates and flea market antiques emphasize the colorful atmosphere of a slice of Israel in the middle of Moscow. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: @studio_shoo –– A @sandow publication.

Located on the ground floor of Start-Up Nation Central's new headquarters, @l28culinary.platform is a unique food venture, designed to elevate young chefs. Each year, two new chefs are tapped to explore cuisine through their own lens–with will creative license. @kimmel.eshkolot.architects designed the space to serve a number of different functions with the idea of culinary freedom in mind. Double height ceilings and walls are covered with an installation of wooden slats and hung with lights that serve both as an artistic installation and to provide a warm, comfortable atmosphere. The space revolves around an open kitchen layout and is visible from all sides and seats. Above the kitchen sits a private room for hosting events. L28 Culinary Platform relies on an urban farm, found on site at the building’s roof, and sources other ingredients from local growers and vineyards. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📷: @amitgeronphotographer –– A @sandow publication.