A stone fountain provides drinking water and textured materials create a natural, soothing environment emphasised by the recycled materials, polished concrete floors, wide benches, table with beautiful wood grain and a pale, neutral colour scheme.
A converted factory in Melbourne, Australia is now a yoga sanctuary of calm and tranquility reminiscent of a spa. The architect, Rob Mills, designed One Hot Yoga, a yoga studio in Melbourne, Australia where the interior is kept at a constant, warm temperature of 27 degrees which cocoons and gives a tropical island feel.
Jonathan Adler certainly has his own slant on interior design and display with his eclectic choices perfectly placed to create interesting displays. He's certainly not afraid of using colour. Adler says,"Every room could use a bit more luminosity. Reflective surfaces open up a space and are guaranteed to make your chakras tingle." Here are a couple of the latest images of his work from Lonny magazine....
This is from Adlier's new Talitha collection.....
|Photography by Lonny magazine|
Currently displayed in Virserum Art Museum until 8 December 2013. In 2014, 22 units will be built and ready for university students to move into.
Units are built with a carbon positive cross-laminated wood which was sourced locally, has a reduced ecological impact and low carbon footprint.