Fendi Casa have had several iconic and ultimately luxurious projects in areas such as Miami and New York not to mention the private jets and yachts. All their interiors are fully furnished with Fendi Casa furniture, accessories (mirrors, vases, piano, etc..) , and lighting. so anything, even the shelving in these images, are by Fendi Casa. The photos practically speak for themselves. All of the shown items can be ordered through any Fendi Casa dealer. In Kuwait the brand is represented by Design Circle +965 22255205/6.
DBGB is Chef Daniel Boulud’s downtown place where the French brasserie meets the American tavern. The interior, by Thomas Schlesser of the firm Design Bureaux, Inc. ( Winner of Hospitality Design Best Casual Restaurant Design 2010) is inspired by the Bowery neighborhood of lower Manhattan, well-known for its industrial restaurant supply stores. Floor to ceiling shelving stocked with the restaurant’s own tools, tableware and dry goods overlook a partially open kitchen. Metal restaurant-supply-store shelving creates a hide-and-seek effect between banquettes and the dining room, the dining room and the open kitchen.
At one of the world’s prime fashion destinations, Zara launched its new revamped global concept in New York City.
The new Fifth Avenue Zara is the retailer’s largest outlet in the United States, taking over 3,000 square meters spread over three floors. The store will employ around 450 people.
Vahram Muratyan is a talented Parisian art director and a graphic designer living between Paris and New York. He has created a beautiful online series of charming illustrations focusing in a friendly and humorous manner the differences between New York and Paris.
His book "Paris versus New York: A Tally of Two Cities" features 105 of his illustrations, 60 of which have never been published before. I loved the Carrie Bradshaw vs. Amelie illustration, actually the ones I posted here are my favorites. Which ones did you like?