I love the work of photographer Bärbel Miebach. She gives such elegance and grandeur to the amazing spaces she shoots. Her client list is quite impressive, and includes magazines such as Architectural Digest, Elle Decoration, and Traditional Home. Check out the blues in some of these photos - gorgeous!
Scott Weston emailed with pictures of what he calls perishable architecture (and I call one amazing party space). I'll let him explain.
"Thought you might like to see a project we term perishable architecture. A dinner party for the latest Nokia 8800 phone based on the reference to light. We hand glittered all shapes & sizes of lanterns & they looked spectacular. The model demonstrates to the Client our design intent & then the remaining images show the real object. We even designed laser cut black leather placemats- very cool!"
Cool?!!! The whole event looks spectacular! How long did it take to stop finding glitter where you least expected Scott? Scott and his design team have an impressive portfolio of this sort of temporary beauty. You can find more of Scott's work that he has shared with us here and here.
L'hôtel Particulier de Montmartre is an incredible hotel in Paris. It's actually a townhouse consisting of 5 luxury suites that are each 45 to 80 square metres, and each one is designed by a renowned artist. There's the "Tree with ears" room, the "Vegetal room", the "Curtain of hair" room, the "Poems and hats" room and the "Vitrine room". And OMG, the salons are to die for - filled with mid-century classics. What an experience it would be to spend a night here.