Your favourite design magazine is completely revamped resulting in a fresh, new layout, while still informing and inspiring you with the latest interior trends and interesting dossiers about art, design and architecture.
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Villas Magazine is an open invitation into the fascinating world of luxury design, architecture and lifestyle.
Learn about the latest trends in interior decoration, art and travel and take a look inside the most beautiful private homes, exquisite hotels and innovative art fairs.
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Discover the special Knokke-heist & Zoute in the june issue 2019!
Now that temperatures are rising, we’re longing to escape to exotic retreats where the ultime relaxation awaits. Such as the elegant hotelconcept La Réserve Ramatuelle with its chic and contemporary design that blends in beautifully with the sunkissed landscape of the French Riviera. Or the Royal Hideaway Corales Resort in the south of Tenerife, an architectural masterpiece that reminds us of an avant-garde yacht. A magnificent holiday home where both families and adults only can find refuge.
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Wood is on the rise, and no wonder, because its natural and timeless elegance works beautifully in every interior. Graphically textured wooden floors in delicious colours such as chocolate and caramel give minimalistic interiors a warm and homily feel. But wooden materials can also give a unique touch to your kitchen or bathroom, where African and exotic woods take the spotlight. Moreover, this enviromental-friendly material is a fast and efficiënt way to elevate or extend your living space.
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It’s no secret that the kitchen is the heart of a home. Here you have lively dinners with friends or you meet up with your family at the end of the day. So it comes as no surprise that the fusion of kitchen and living space is a trend that is here to stay.
The kitchen is also the room where high-tech appliances meet culinary family traditions, which is why ergonomics and functionality are key. But lets not forget the importance of aesthetics, with wood, black and stainless steel on the foreground anno 2019.
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At Milan’s Salone del Mobile we spotted Italian elegance that always stays in style, but also several new trends that felt fresh and exciting. Japandi, the marriage of Japanese and Scandinavian design, features clean lines, light woods and a soothing sense of austerity. We also noticed a further focus on green interiors: an abundance of plants, floral prints and green marbles take us back to Mother Nature. Furthermore, there was a spotlight on the perfect geometry of Bauhaus, that celebrates its centennial this year.
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Lovers of fascinating architecture will be delighted by the impressive design of Qatars new National Museum. Architect Jean Nouvel wrapped the building, shaped as a sand-coloured desert rose, around the historical Sheikh Abdulla bin Jassim Al-Thani Palace. Visitors discover the permanent collections, dedicated to the history of the Arabic kingdom, by following an elliptic parcours, that flows up en down just as the desert dunes surrounding this architectural gem.
Read this content on page 52.