ATLANTA – “Create a neutral envelope and keep it monochromatic,” when it comes to the optometric practice waiting room, according to interior designer Vern Yip here at SECO’s MedPro 360.
The HGTV Trading Spaces and Design Star celebrity told attendees at the program, which was partially sponsored by Healio, that the darkest surface should be the floor, the next darkest should be the walls, and the lightest should be the ceiling.
Continue reading Neutral walls, color accents best for waiting room
Metropolis asks the legendary hotelier and architect Ascan Mergenthaler of Herzog & de Meuron to break down the details of their new tough luxe hotel in New York.
Ian Schrager is an ideas man.
The hospitality mogul’s sprawling West Village office embodies his frenetic genius: Renderings and design experiments from his projects are tacked onto the walls, hanging alongside well-wishes from celebrity associates over the years. Schrager has written down and laminated some of his epiphanies about innovation, which he references excitedly as he discusses his latest developments.
Continue reading With the Public Hotel, Ian Schrager is Reinventing Luxury Hospitality. Again.