Discover the most powerful interior design projects with limited edition furniture in the world.
Vienna-based architect and designer Denis Košutić views interior architecture as a subject of consumption, not a monument to eternity, and with that in mind, he redesigned the interior of a Baroque Austrian Palace providing this history-rich landmark with a modern twist and turning it into a cheerful, exuberant place. The sensation overload this interior conveys can be overwhelming with limited edition furniture, like a fine impressionist painting, but as soon as you start joining all the details together it transposes into a wonderful visual experience.
For this project have been selected limited edition pieces of furniture such as the ones of the Limited Edition Collection of Boca do Lobo.
Designed by Brendan Wong, this interior architecture project features a Victorian Italianate House built in 1891 whose exterior features were kept intact. For the interior, the owner briefed Brendan to maintain the grandeur of the house while creating something that suited a growing family of five. “They wanted modern elegance with warmth, but not too uptight”, he says.
For these project, Brendan Wong choosed some statement pieces of furniture that have not only a pratical but also an artistic function. In this case, he choosed the Diamond Sideboard, a limited edition piece that will go from generation in generation and make history among your family.
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This interior architecture project by Ekaterina Lashmanovoy displays a lot http://www.bocadolobo.com/en/limited-edition/?utm_source=imoura&utm_medium=blog_DLE&utm_campaign=blog_imgof elegance and, above all, taste. It features smart mirror placement for depth, a strong presence of marbled textures, geometric patterns and, above all, every piece is given its own breathing space. “Being an architect by education, I pay a lot of attention to space planning. In an ill-conceived layout it’s uncomfortable to live and, in this case, the decor will not save it”, Ekaterina says.
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Pepe Leal is Spanish designer in love with Portugal, that he considers “A sophisticated, elegant country”, and he accepted the challenge to be responsible for the Portuguese Space at Casa Décor Madrid in 2016, that for a month and a half served as a window to Portugal in the Spanish capital. Gathering pieces from more than 20 different Portuguese brands, its interior architecture broke with the preconception that Portugal is rustic, decadent and ancient to highlight the merits of a country where past and present go hand in hand.
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