Design & Lifestyle Blog

5 Jan ’13

Casa Almare in Mexico | Residential Design

The perfect balance of white volumes and wooden structure are the characteristics of this beautiful residence designed by Elías Rizo Arquitectos and located in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. The way the sea was incorporated in this structure is breathtaking.the stone and organic wood elements soften the straight lines in the architecture and give it life.



18 Oct ’12

Cioccolato Life Is Sweet | Bakery Design

Filed under: blog,Interiors — Tags: , , , , , — Sahar @ 8:00 am



Cioccolato is  a beautifully designed bakery in Mexico which reminded me of a the Candy Room in Australia. Focusing on the vibrant colors & shapes of  baked goods, the design team Savvy Studio created the entire concept. They were in charge of the interior design and the branding as well.





1 Apr ’12

House Reforma In Mexico | Residential Design

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This is a beautiful residential villa in Mexico by Central de Arquitectura emphasizing horizontal stone and concrete structure. The balance in open and closed areas, the harmony in use of materials is just amazing. The water feature, large glass panels, and wooden floor deck suggests the perfect harmonious structure.


16 Oct ’11

Earth-Scraper: A 65-Story Building Which Plunges 300 Meters Below Ground | Architecture

Filed under: Architecture,blog — Tags: , , , — Sahar @ 10:05 pm


Architecture firm BNKR Arquitectura, have designed an incredible 65-story ‘earth-scraper’ which plunges 300 meters below ground in Mexico City. The  upside down pyramid will house10 stories each for homes, shops and a museum, as well as 35 stories for offices, and a cultural center.


A glass floor covers the massive 240m x 240m hole in the city’s main square to filter in natural light from the world above. The earth-scraper is flooded with natural lighte and will have many green areas, to act as a “run-to” area from every day noises. This has to be one of the most creative and beautiful architectural projects one could come across.












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