Interiors have their own personality. Through illustrations, drawings, murals and special wallpapers, these spaces gained exciting and dynamic qualities. Telling a story, they are spaces where art, interiors and architecture cross over beautifully, each discipline making the other stronger. Find out the story behind these eight illustrated interiors and get inspired by them.
Liza Beirut Restauran
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Gartenpavillon Stift Melk Wall Murals
Johann W. Bergl created the Baroque frescoes with exotic animals and plants, jungles and native people – an exotic place which invites you to linger.
Arroyo Hotel is a lively and vibrant space due to an abundance of plants, natural materials and the work of local artists including Eloísa Ballivian, responsible for the arresting 10 metre hand-painted mural in the main bar which took two months to complete.
Bar Palladio in Jaipur, India
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Bar Palladio is a European style bar set inside one of Jaipur’s most historic hotels. The interior was designed by Marie-Anne Oudejans who attempted to create an unlikely combination and an interesting aesthetic by merging the Italian and Indian traditions in a singe space.
RGB – The Black Series
This type of work employs an RGB technique where Carnovsky overlap three primary colour images resulting in a super intricate multilayered print.
KE-ZU Showroom Installation
KE-ZU showroom was part of Sydney Indesign’s The Project, a concept first introduced in 2008 as a means of heightening creative interaction between suppliers, retailers, designers and event-goers.
Pop-up club Door19 is a restaurant, modern art gallery and a pre-party bar all at the same time. The best street artists in Moscow and Europe, together with a team of the architectural studio PH.D turned it into a temporary club.