Everyone that reads ADORE MAGAZINE has fallen in love with Nichole Loiacono’s design for the PR Office in Manhattan that was featured in the oct/nov issue.
This is the office I’m talking about, and I must say I’m one of the people who fell in love at first sight with the space. The mix of bold and modern elements with classical is done so well; it has the perfect play with textures and don’t get me started on the color palette.I decided to go through her portfolio to see the rest of her designs and she has some beautiful work, below you will find some images of two of her other projects that made me an immediate follower of her work.
All images are via Nichole Loaicono’s website here, and by clicking on the images on the post they take you to see more beautiful pictures of each of the projects featured.
Yes, I know I already posted about Greg Natale here but what can I say I ‘m obsessed with his designs, he is just so talented.
Today I’m posting about the Farage Head Office he designed, I wasn’t familiar with the brand since it’s a clothing shop from Australia, but let me tell you I went to their site to learn more and was I surprised to see that the design of the space just goes perfectly hand in hand with the products they offer.
So without further ado, I give you the Farage Head Offices by Greg Natale
They have the perfect mix of masculinity, crisp and softness, rustic with classical glamour all at the same time; yes as you can see that mix is possible and Greg Natale is able to achieve with it feeling effortless.
And now to prove my point of how the space matched the product, take a look at the following women’s power suit by Farage and tell me I’m wrong!
I feel powerful just by seeing the picture! All images of the interiors are via Greg Natale’s website here and the power suit is via Farage’s website here.
A designer must be able to do different home styles, that is one of the fundamentals. And if you are a GREAT designer you are able to execute different styles to perfection, that’s why today’s post features two completely different styles from the brilliant David Jimenez.
David Jimenez is currently the vice president of visual merchandising and store design for Hallmark Cards, and during his career he has played a role in developing the visual aesthetic of pottery barn and restoration hardware.
What I really love of his designs is that there isn’t a single detail that isn’t thought off or that is left behind, the rooms are perfectly finished and every single element in them adds to the feeling of the space.