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Mais de 600 obras de arte. E não é museu

Love the way how the art on the wall, the sculptures compliment one another in this room. Don't know if I would be able to rest well in here when I sleep, but certainly won't have any boring dreams!

Por: Rafael Lima Como parte da série que descreve os principais hotéis da rede Beachcomber na Ilha Maurício, Seychelles e Marrocos, o Brasilturis Jornal apresenta o Royal Palm Marrakech, empreendimento inaugurado em dezembro do ano passado que conta com 135 quartos – entre vilas e suítes – distribuídos num espaço de 231 hectares.   A …

Blue walls Ten New Exotic Retreats Around the World : Architectural Digest- Royal Palm Marrakech, Morocco



jameshartonmain: “ scandinaviancollectors: “ An artful arrangement decorates a hallway in a Manhattan duplex by Alfredo Paredes. / Architectural Digest ” Layered with a purpose.

Discover ideas for displaying art on HOUSE - design, food and travel by House & Garden. Densely hung and stacked paintings and prints gives a sense of timeless character.

Lean on me

Densely hung paintings and prints - along with furniture on a large scale - gives a sense of timeless character in Keith McNally's Notting Hill home.

Mais de 600 obras de arte. E não é museu

Mais de 600 obras de arte. E não é museu

Yellow Interior, House Decorations, Living Room Art, Living Spaces, Wooden Cabinets, Yellow Chairs, Eternal Sunshine, Design City, Arte Popular

Antique with modern: Osvaldo Tenório (Foto: Filippo Bamberghi).

A muralha de pedra do arquiteto

Editorial Osvaldo Tenório (Foto: Filippo Bamberghi) --- The home of architect Osvaldo Tenorio

Loft by Roberto Cimino e Nelson Amorim | Mostra Artefacto 2015.

Mostra Artefacto 2015 apresenta mestres do décor brasileiro

Mais de 600 obras de arte. E não é museu - Casa Vogue | Interiores

Mais de 600 obras de arte. E não é museu

The Elsternwick home of Helen Gory. Photo – Annette O’Brien. Production – Lucy Feagins / The Design Files.

A gallery wall using very large pieces in combination with smaller. Helen Gory - The Design Files

The textiles designer John Robshaw has a knack for finding unique and affordable spaces in which to live and work. In the mid-1990s, fresh out of art school, he set up his painting studio in the squash court of an abandoned Wall Street men’s club. He then moved to Bangkok, where he rented a traditional Thai wood house. By 2001, he was back in Manhattan, residing in an East Village tenement walk-up, and designing hand-block-printed Indian bedding out of a 1920s office building in ...

Home and Abroad: John Robshaw's New York City Home

When hes not traveling the world in search of inspiration for his textile designs, John Robshaw heads home to a haven of exotic treasures in Manhattan