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The Split View Mountain Lodge: A Contemporary Cabin That Embraces the Great Norwegian Outdoors


photo © Søren Harder Nielsen, Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter. Following our recent post on Norwegian architects Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter’s ultra contemporary Knarvik Community Church in Western Norway, we now turn our attention to the studio’s design for a private mountainside cabin with a difference.

The Collective Quarterly: Creatively Slow Journalism, Travel and Craftsmanship


photo © The Collective Quarterly. photo © The Collective Quarterly. photo © The Collective Quarterly.

A Marbleous Trend: The Versatile Use of Marble in Design


The kitchen in the Paris apartment of Joseph Dirand. Photo © Simon Watson, The New York Times. FC-SOFIA by Robot city.

The Collective Quarterly: Creatively Slow Journalism, Travel and Craftsmanship

In recent times marble has worked diligently to alter its affiliation with ideas of ostentation and excess, gaining favour with a cohort of contemporary designers and design-conscious consumers.

The KEY into the Secret World of Markos Blatsios


Markos Blatsios, Never say never; oil on canvas, 100 x 100 cm. Courtesy of the artist and Gallery Genesis, Athens.

The Visual Identity of 'Voyageur du Temps' Bakery and Café by Character


photo © Todd Tankersley. photo © Todd Tankersley. photo © Todd Tankersley. An old railway station in Los Altos, California, has been transformed into this exquisite new bakery and café by local entrepreneur Rie Rubin, with the help of the creative people at San Francisco-based design agency Character. Named Voyageur du Temps, which means time traveler in French, the café seeks to preserve the time-honoured art of baking by adding a dash of contemporary life to it.

Knarvik Church, a Futuristic Interpretation of the Traditional Norwegian Stave Church


photo by Hundven-Clements Photography © Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter. photo by Hundven-Clements Photography © Reiulf Ramstad Arkitekter.

A Marbleous Trend: The Versatile Use of Marble in Design


The kitchen in the Paris apartment of Joseph Dirand. Photo © Simon Watson, The New York Times. FC-SOFIA by Robot city.

Lake Cottage in Ontario, Canada by UUfie


Lake Cottage by UUfie. Photo by Naho Kubota. A study on evanescence and merging with nature, the idiosyncratic Lake Cottage by architecture practice UUfie was designed to give the sense of living in a tree house.

No.57 Boutique Cafe in Abu Dhabi by Anarchitect


No57 Boutique Cafe. Photo by Lester Ali NYC. Back in 2012, Emirati entrepreneurs Buthaina Al Mazrui and Alamira Noor Bani Hashim co-founded The Dinner Club by No.

Rock the Shack: the Architecture of Cabins, Cocoons and Hide-Outs by Gestalten


Juniper House by Murman Arkitekter in Gotland, Sweden, from the book Rock the Shack. Photography: Åke E-son Lindman.

A Miniature Painting a Day by Lorraine Loots


photo © Lorraine Loots. photo © Lorraine Loots. There’s a funny irony in the story of South African miniaturist Lorraine Loots, the creator of the widely popular art project ‘Postcards for Ants’, who ended up being a full-time painter only months after deciding that art would never become her main profession.

Seeing Double: Mirror Houses by Peter Pichler


Mirror Houses. Photo © Oskar Da Riz. When the owner of a restructured 1960‘s farmhouse situated in the middle of an apple tree orchard in the South Tyrol commissioned the studio of Peter Pichler to design a pair of luxury holiday houses in her property, the idea behind the new design was to come up with a solution that took advantage of the spectacular views of the Dolomite mountains whilst somehow non-intrusively embedding the new structure into the rural landscape.

Smells Like Art: Olfactory Art Exhibition in Madrid Explores Over 100 Years of Perfume-Making


Photo © Círculo de Bellas Artes. Photo © Círculo de Bellas Artes. There is not much to see, but definitely a lot to sniff at at the olfactory art exhibition ‘The Art of Scent 1889 — 2014’, hosted by the Círculo de Bellas Artes in Madrid, Spain.

Angels or Goddesses? Avian Paintings by Amy Judd


Photo © Amy Judd. The relationship between birds and women in traditional mythologies and folklores provides the main inspiration behind this recent series of oil paintings by London-based artist Amy Judd.

Art Meets Eclectic Luxury at the New Artist Residence Hotel in London


Photo courtesy of Artist Residence Group. A new addition to London’s small-hotel scene, Artist Residence brings its quirky formula of contemporary art and a warm, homey ambience to the British capital.

Fantasy, Dystopia and Shoes by Anastasia Radevich


A pair of shoes from Anastasia Radevich's 'Dreamfall' collection in her studio. Courtesy of Anastasia Radevich.

Ways to Modernism: Josef Hoffmann, Adolf Loos, and Their Impact


Exhibition view at MAK, 2014. Photo © Peter Kainz/MAK. Margarete Schütte-Lihotzky: Working single woman’s apartment, floor plans of types, 1927–1928 (reconstruction).

Bea Mombaers’ Unique Bed & Breakfast in Knokke, Belgium


photo © Bea B&B. photo © Bea B&B. Situated in a verdant suburb of the small Belgian resort town of Knokke, and within a short walking distance from the coast, Bea B&B is an attractive small hotel with one very unique feature: all the items and furniture inside it are for sale!

Yatzer's 50 Most Popular Articles in 2014


Around this time of year and every year, we showcase the most popular articles from the past twelve months, based on how many ‘Likes’ each story has received from our followers.


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