Not all design inspiration comes from private homes and apartments. Public spaces, which are often created by top architects and designers, offer a wealth of stylish décor and design ideas for your own home. HomeDSGN brings you an array of hotels, office buildings and other public environments that feature stunning interior design elements, alluring ambiance and innovative lighting. With a little imagination, these elements can be incorporated into any home interior design.
By Magaly • Jun 6, 2017
By Magaly • Jun 5, 2017
This gallery is located in central London, the capital of England, in the United Kingdom, and was designed by architectural studio Gianni Botsford Architects in 2016, having a private collection of photographs and prints, as well as pastels and lithographs. The five-story building from which it extends dates back to 1770. To achieve this, the architectural firm designed a sequence of screens that created a layered effect over the structure.
By Magaly • Jun 5, 2017
The Williamsburg Hotel – so named after the neighborhood in which it is located in Brooklyn, New York, USA – was designed by the London-based architectural firm Michaelis Boyd. It began opening in phases in January 2017, and will be finished some time later that same year. The hotel will offer a rooftop pool, a water-tower bar with stunning views over the skyline of New York City, as well as the area’s first grand ballroom – 30 feet high and designed to reflect the derelict buildings of Detroit with a modern touch, a curved staircase and a red-carpeted mezzanine around its perimeter included.
By Magaly • May 30, 2017
When we have as many advantages as this structure located in La Gi, Binh Thuan, Vietnam, the project is already half accomplished. Located in a lot on the central coast of Vietnam, in a tropical area that has mountains, rivers, forests, and beaches, its success was practically assured.
A Unique Opportunity to Visit an Airship at the DOX Center for Contemporary Art in Prague, Czech Republic
By Magaly • May 26, 2017
Have you ever dreamed of going onto a giant airship? Well, now’s your chance! This airship was designed by Martin Rajniš from the Czech architectural firm Hut Architektury. It measures 138 feet in length and is docked on top of the DOX Center for Contemporary Art in Prague, Czech Republic. And don’t think this airship is merely decorative! The installation serves as the museum’s new reading and meeting space. So maybe this is your chance to make your dream come true! What are you waiting for?
By Magaly • May 25, 2017
By Magaly • May 17, 2017
Surely for safari lovers, this hotel will be on their list of places to visit; if you truly enjoy living in constant contact with nature’s finest, there is no better way to do it than from the comfort of this hotel’s premises, which gives direct contact to nature as well as having the same soothing aspects available in the mundane world.
By Magaly • May 16, 2017
This Project, located in Store, Barneveld—a rural area in the eastern parts of the Netherlands—was undertaken by Rotterdam-based architectural studio Instability We Trust and boasts a set of two farm structures that were transformed in order to provide a central space for the meetings of an important local figure.
By Magaly • May 5, 2017
Located in the city of Babahoyo—in the Ecuadorian province De los Ríos, an area in which fishing is one of the most productive economic activities and is undertaken by its inhabitants—this restaurant, having served this type of food for over twenty years, sought to expand its business and offer its clients better service. Therefore, they made the decision to invest in the acquisition of the business premises and renovate it.
By Magaly • May 2, 2017
This peculiar and colorful hotel has a structure made mainly of adobe, stone, and wood. Its owner originates from Germany, as he, 21 years ago, decided to turn the South American country of Bolivia into his place of residence and start a new life there after having fallen in love with a woman native to that country.
By Magaly • Apr 27, 2017
For me, and I’m sure many people will agree, the old constructions have something very special. Maybe it’s that old flavor, that story they always have to tell or maybe that wonderful blend that is created when an old construction mixes with the modern. The result is really fantastic, isn’t it?
By Magaly • Apr 25, 2017
If at any time the idea of spending a vacation aboard a yacht has crossed your mind, here we present an option that can meet your expectations. The yacht is also a hotel, which means it includes all the expected amenities!
Perkins + Will Design the Kawartha Trades and Technology Center for Fleming College in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada
By Magaly • Apr 20, 2017
This project, a commercial and office building that functions as a center for two government offices, is located on Kibbutz Galuyot Road, Tel Aviv, Israel. Designed by Bar Orian Architects in 2016, it covers an area of 14,900 square meters. One of its exterior façades is adjacent to a series of residential buildings. There, the designers built a recreational and resting area for residents to enjoy in their free time.
By Magaly • Apr 11, 2017
This renovation and extension of a building dating from the 15th century to create a multifunctional space was completed by Acanthus Clews Architects in the Cotswolds, England. This charming building, adjacent to a small cemetery that has been preserved after restoration, makes us move from the old to the contemporary in a few steps.
By Magaly • Apr 7, 2017
Incredible as it may seem, this wonderful structure is part of a coffee shop built in Gijang, near Busan, Port City, the second largest city in South Korea. Gijang is famous for its beautiful and incredible seaside landscapes surrounded by rocky hills that give them an intimidating but, at the same time, mesmerizing appearance. This is part of the attractive that this wonderful cafe offers to visitors – after all, it’s not every day that we can have a cup of coffee while enjoying such views!