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Thursday 15th September 2011

Red Interiors – (Phantom) L’opéra Restaurant

(Phantom) L’opéra Restaurant is a red masterpiece by French architect Odile Decq. This striking set up was opened recently in the Palais Garnier in Paris, France. Created within the historical building, this modern design interacts seamlessly with the classical surroundings. The interior has been carefully designed not to touch the existing historical structure, keeping both... Read More

Thursday 23rd June 2011

Red Interiors – Town Office by Taranta Creations

The Chinese architecture studio Taranta Creations have a very interesting office indeed. Their office in Shanghai features a red staircase within an organically shaped orifice and a floor that doubles as a desk what with it’s seating areas having been cut into it. How nice it is to see Red being used in such a creative way... Read More

Monday 16th May 2011

Dream Home – Red Accents

DD Southern California Home was designed by Peggy Dupuis, interior designer, Dale Naegle, Architect and her husband, a civil engineer and international builder.  Peggy told Freshome:  “The property, its ocean view, its north west orientation and setting sun provided plenty of inspiration. The two story contemporary home offers an amazing view from each room, along... Read More

Wednesday 30th March 2011

Interior / Exterior – Coral House

A residential block in Geneva called Coral House has been completed by Swiss Architects Group8. The glazed facade has been covered in pink fabric sun screens that concertina up into the windows when unused. Of course these shades of pink and red got our juices flowing to find out more. The building includes 58 housing units... Read More

Monday 28th February 2011

The House We All Dreamt Of…

A Japanese studio called Level Architects have designed a house in Tokyo, Japan, with a slide connecting all three floors.  A staircase wraps around one side of the rectangular house and the slide encircles the other.   Read more after the jump! Occupants can decide at each level whether to descend by the stairs or by slide. The... Read More

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