Five Era-Defining Pieces | Isabelle Stanislas
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by Sophie Lewis
14h ago
View products Isabelle Stanislas Gabriel The Isabelle Stanislas Gabriel sofa | Photography courtesy of Isabelle Stanislas  In The 50th Issue of est magazine, we asked ten of the world’s most in-demand architects and designers to share their five era-defining products. Architect Isabelle Stanislas’ practice spans interior design, architecture and furniture design that leans toward fashion. Having designed countless high-fashion stores around the globe, Isabelle is guided by an appreciation for materials and design details. Isabelle’s penchant for materiality led her to J ..read more
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EuroCucina 2024 Kitchen Design Highlights
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by Sophie Lewis
14h ago
We spotlight 10 cutting-edge kitchen systems, materials and designer collaborations from Salone del Mobile.Milano’s biennial kitchen event EuroCucina 2024, including interviews by est editor Sophie Lewis. Proudly Supported by Fulgor This feature originally appeared in est magazine issue #53: In the Kitchen. Read the magazine The OBUMEX Signature Kitchen UMAMI with Van Rossum x Designer Thomas Haarmann Dutch furniture brand Van Rossum and multidisciplinary designer Thomas Haarmann collaborated with bespoke Belgian kitchen and furniture brand Obumex on their UMAMI signature kitchen. F ..read more
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Exclusive Film | Where Architects Live: John Wardle
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by Megan Rawson
23h ago
Celebrated Australian architect John Wardle‘s coastal retreat serves as a space to explore and embrace the unexpected. As Wardle founding principal, a Melbourne-based architectural practice recognised for its boundary-pushing design approach and innovative philosophy, eponymous architect John Wardle has made significant contributions to the architectural landscape of Australia – and beyond. Frequently collaborating with artisans, craftspeople, and other creatives, Wardle takes an interdisciplinary approach to foster a deeper connection between landscape, architecture and art in his projec ..read more
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Home Tour | Hotel Particulier by Hans Verstuyft
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by Marc Heldens
3d ago
View products Miyazaki DC10 by Inoda & Sveje Trizo21 Austere Chandelier The kitchen features VOLA tapware. Architect Hans Verstuyft takes on an original Beaux-Arts house in Flanders, Belgium, introducing a modern extension and renovation that reflects the evolution of Flemish architecture and design. A few years ago, a couple approached architect Hans Verstuyft to renovate and refurbish their Beaux-Arts house, dating back to 1907. They enlisted the architect to accentuate the home’s classical history while creating a modest, contemporary interior.  The historic buil ..read more
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Home Tour | Biarritz by Wouter Tousseyn Interior Architecture
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by Livia Toscano
3d ago
Wouter Tousseyn Interior Architecture transforms a French villa into a contemporary retreat inspired by its coastal locale. Situated in Biarritz, France, a laid-back seaside town on the Basque coast, this home’s design responds to the beauty of its landscape and the original building it sits within. Belgian-based Wouter Tousseyn Interior Architecture approached the renovation with the villa’s traditional architecture in mind, highlighting its high ceilings, ornate mouldings and curved arched windows, particularly in the main bedroom. “The windows translate into arches, while de ..read more
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In Conversation with Arno Declercq
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by Sophie Lewis
4d ago
Milan Design Week and Salone del Mobile.Milano is as much about the people as what’s presented. As part of our Design Voices series, we spoke to six leading voices, including Belgian designer Arno Declercq, about their latest work and shaping the future of design. This feature originally appeared in our Milan 2024 Special Issue of est magazine. Read the magazine Belgian designer Arno Declercq makes things happen – quickly. The collectible design showcase Baranzate Ateliers co-founder, also the brainchild of Zaventem Ateliers founder Lionel Jadot, signed the lease on a new 7,000 sq ..read more
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Next Generation Sustainable Surfaces
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by Megan Rawson
4d ago
As a leading surface designer since 1987, the design industry is turning its attention to  Caesarstone as they unveil their pioneering Mineral Crystalline Silica-Free collection.  Caesarstone has set the standard in surface design, seamlessly merging leading-edge technology with expert craftsmanship. And their ongoing commitment to quality has solidified them as a trusted name with Australian architects, interior designers, and homeowners. Having recently released their future-forward Mineral Crystalline Silica-Free collection, Caesarstone is boldly charting a course towards a m ..read more
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Where Architects Live | Theo Games Petrohilos
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by Cardia Speziale
1w ago
Unknown Works practice director Theo Games Petrohilos takes us through his own minimalist home in Kentish Town, North London, What was the home was like when you first purchased it in 2017?  Theo Games Petrohilos: I was first drawn to the space because of the opportunity to create something special where others couldn’t really see the possibility. The garden was lushly planted and secluded from the street, invisible from the outside world — so precious in London. The existing main living spaces were dark and devoid of outlook. I knew we could clarify and make sense of the plan and ..read more
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Home Tour | Spanish Mission-Style Home by Lande Architects
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by Cardia Speziale
1w ago
View products Royal Oak Floors Toasted Oak Warm and tactile timber flooring from Royal Oak Floors in Toasted Oak are featured throughout the home. Designed for Lande Architects co-founder Ellie Spinks’ parents, Spanish Mission House is a project of minimal intervention and maximum impact. Located in Melbourne’s leafy inner-city suburb of Prahran, the home is designed to cater for the couple’s want for a smaller space, transitioning from their large family home. Non-negotiables included a single-floor living, personality and an abundance of space for the grandchildren to run wild ..read more
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Home Tour | Attic Conversion by Luca Cipelletti
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by Yvette Caprioglio
1w ago
Gio Ponti dining chairs, a Barra D’oro pendant light by Swiss architect Peter Zumthor for Viabizzuno and a pink vase by Carlo Scarpa. The XYZ made-to-measure dining table made from solid fossil oak wood and the 4 c_zero concrete shelves designed by Luca Cipelletti, produced and distributed by Giustini Stagetti Gallery in Rome. On the far wall, a Dan Flavin light sculpture sits alongside works by Lucio Fontana and George Condo. A former industrial space in Milan is transformed into a residential attic for an art collector while intentionally retaining its Brutalist origins. W hen tas ..read more
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