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Marble and wood floor

Tile transition The 'Hungarian Point' pattern of the oak kitchen floor has been matched in marble for the larder floor, and the divide between the two marked with a brass strip.

<p>Five Elephant in Berlin’s bustling Mitte is there second coffee shop after the one in Chengdu, China. The industrial interior, designed by an architect Nic Warner of Sunst.Studio, features a terrazzo bar, sleek glass displays and fluorescent ceiling lamps. Alongside great Modbar coffee, there is also a signature line of Five Elephant’s cakes to try.…</p>

Five Elephant Cafe In Mitte [Berlin]

<p>Five Elephant in Berlin’s bustling Mitte is there second coffee shop after the one in Chengdu, China. The industrial interior, designed by an architect Nic Warner of Sunst.Studio, features a terrazzo bar, sleek glass displays and fluorescent ceiling lamps. Alongside great Modbar coffee, there is also a signature line of Five Elephant’s cakes to try.…</p>

104 Likes, 6 Comments - Henrietta Hotel (@henriettahotel) on Instagram: “The devil is in the detail”

Located in the heart of Covent Garden, and less than five minutes walk from Soho, lies London’s hottest new hotel opening, the Henrietta Hotel.

Neues Museum, Berlin  David Chipperfield Architects  (photo: dorotheedubois)

EU Mies Award 2011 Winner :: Neues Museum, Berlin David Chipperfield Architects (photo: dorotheedubois) junction of materials.

This low-lying brick-and-concrete apartment complex was designed by architecture firm Woods Bagot to reflect the scale and materiality of the surrounding buildings in a Melbourne suburb.

This low-lying brick-and-concrete apartment complex was designed by architecture firm Woods Bagot to reflect the scale and materiality of the surrounding buildings in a Melbourne suburb.

Porcelain Gallery Project in Central London by Simon Astridge Architecture Workshop | Yellowtrace

Porcelain Gallery in Central London by Simon Astridge

Wood paneling details - Porcelain Gallery Project in Central London by Simon Astridge Architecture Workshop

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