Black Brick-Contained Greenhouse Flower House Tavern: The Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings, London

To count the beautiful restaurants in London, you'll be sure to get a list of endless stores, all of which are unique. It’s no surprise that a variety of personalities are intriguing to the city, and the dining pub “The Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings” (B&H Buildings) in Finsbury has a fresh green The indoor plant garden, which coincides with the busy urban people, leaves a moment of peace and leisure in the compact pace. As if returning to the country's grandmother's house, come to the charming garden tea party, and compose a piece of flower waltz, so that the body and mind can be full of nourishment and soothing. Image Source: Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings Facebook. Image Source: Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings Facebook. Image Source: Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings Facebook. Image Source: Bourne & Hollingsworth Buildings Facebook. Located at the corner of the street In a 19th-century black brick building with an English atmosphere, the quaint and simple appearance exudes a sense of glamour and even mystery. Actually stepping into the store makes people even more incomprehensible - different from the chilly color of the appearance, in the spacious and bright white space, the retro old items selected by the owner. Different from the palace-style complex luxury, let all kinds of vigorous planting plants as the protagonist, interspersed among them, let the space more natural and charming vitality; awaken the former visit to the friend country house, the intimate and relaxed joy. Image Source: Bourne &...

Starting from the old Turkish bath in 1492: a quiet place in the lush garden, Hotel Empress Zoe in Istanbul

All images courtesy of Hotel Empress Zoe. Visiting Istanbul, Turkey, a glimpse of the splendid ancient Byzantine empire cultural heritage, thinking about the trek from the ancient Silk Road – a traveler from afar, a magnificent and mysterious Imagine that a rich and diverse cultural landscape collided and exchanged here, and it has contributed to a city that is still a thousand years old and still attractive. Wandering between the local streets, the old European appearance is mixed with exotic customs, imposing fortress palaces, churches and gorgeous mosques... The long-standing religion and art are integrated into the traditional city landscape of Istanbul. . Hidden in the quiet old town, Hotel Empress Zoe, named after Byzantine Zoe, is covered in green on the corner; stepping into the courtyard and feeling the pleasant atmosphere. The rock-filled walls surround the lush vines, under the brown eucalyptus trees that sway with the wind, with sunlight and tables and chairs, as if returning to the ancient manor of the Byzantine period. In 1492, the courtyard was originally one of the oldest Turkish baths in the city and then became an abandoned garden; until the architects Nikos Papadakis and Cristina Nevans visited, it was found that the top of the building preserved the passages and arches built during the Ottoman period. The machine room, then proceeded to renovate the courtyard, take care of the entrance and hall of Hotel Empress Zoe, and merge the adjacent apartments and three townhouses into a hotel. Cristina and his sister Ann take care of the hotel in a classical garden surrounded by springs, allowing visitors to experience the unique and authentic Istanbul style. Istanbul is a city that loves cats. People regard the care of street cats as their own obligation. Many stores will place a tip box for giving me medical subsidies. "If there is no cat, Istanbul will lose part of the soul." When you come to Hotel Empress Zoe, you will of course catch a glimpse of the cats Jasper and Sophie, which are raised by Ann and Cristina, lazyly squatting on the garden chairs, or playfully playing with the water in the marble water tanks; they are the owners of the restaurant. Give warm greetings, and be the guardian of the hotel, quietly looking after the travelers. Stepping into the not-too-large hall, you can see old Turkish antiques from Cristina, Nikos, Ann. The trio even reinvented some of the less old items, combined with fabric, marble, ceramic fragments and so on. Partially exposed walls, Ottoman-style window grilles, behind the counter is the portrait of the Queen of Zoe, surrounded by Islamic folk art and ancient tools, like a small archaeological living room filled with bohemian atmosphere, mix and match The style reflects the cultural integration of the city. Strolling through the stairs in a row, like a labyrinth structure, pushing a door or turning into a corridor, accompanied by stone carvings and murals, each step is full of adventure. In order to make the travellers feel as comfortable as their own apartment, in addition to the general room plan, in each building, each floor is also specially equipped with spacious and spacious suites; in the afternoon or sunset, lying on the "sedir" - Turkey The unique "couch" is built on the wall and filled with fabric and fabric; although it is called a sofa, it is also used as a bed for rest - looking at the charming courtyard scene in front of the window and feeling the passage of time. As the spiral staircase arrives at the roof, the open-air balcony welcomes the beautiful daylight, spends a leisure time with a cup of tea that is loved by the people of Istanbul, looks at the surrounding scenery of the city, and carefully examines the humanities left over from the ancient city of the millennium. Track. When the dawn rises, the golden light sprinkles, and the layers of history of the building are re-ignited by the mottled walls, reviving the afterglow of the Byzantine Empire, and the glory of the past, as if to reproduce. Hotel Empress Zoe Akbiyik Cad. No: 10 Sultanahmet, Istanbul T: +90-212-518-2504 Join Polysh...

The pure land of the world: build a jungle colony that embraces the earth, Azulik Hotel

Tulum, Mexico, is a coastal city that preserves the Mayan cultural and historical sites. It was also one of the last cities to be built and inhabited by the pre-Columbian Mayan civilization; it prospered between the 13th and 15th centuries until the Spanish occupied In Mexico, such remains continue to remain for seventy years. Coming to Tulum, you can see the Azulik Hotel, a resort hotel built from traditional straw roofs and wood, at the shade of the sandbank. Set in a beautiful environment, you can walk on the private beach in your leisure time, without being restrained and away from the noise, leaving only the sea breeze blowing the rustling of the palm trees; looking at the blue waves, the blue waves are slap on the fine white sand. Picking up the waves of Taotao, as if all troubles and sorrows, forget it. Image Source: Azulik Hotel Booking. Image Source: Azulik Hotel Booking. Image Source: Azulik Hotel Booking. Enter the Azulik Hotel, a world-class native tribe, with "Jungle", "Moon", "Sea", "Sky" A small colony named after the natural elements, each spacious wooden house is built by the Mexican royal ebony Khatalosh; the space features large floor-to-ceiling windows that provide plenty of natural light in the room. Interestingly, the rooms here are not equipped with TV and telephone, but they all have an exclusive outdoor deck seating area and a small bed for sunbathing, so that passengers can isolate the technology and completely relax and enjoy the green. Surrounded by trees, it is surrounded by the blue sea and blue sky of the Caribbean. Image Source: Azulik Hotel Booking. Image Source: Azulik Hotel Facebook. Image Source: Azulik Hotel Booking. Image Source: Azulik Hotel Booking. Image Source: Azulik Hotel...

With the old factory of the 1920s, it is a gorgeous room: Milan's popular new taste CARLO E CAMILLA

Pushing open the door of the old warehouse factory, the spacious and wonderful space is in sight; when you look at it, the towering ceiling has no extra decoration, and the original wooden floor is the original texture, so that the vision can penetrate freely in this ancient charm. Huge factory building. The restaurant, called "Carlo e Camilla", is located in the old building "Segheria" in the Navigli area of ​​Milan. It is one of Milan's most popular restaurants in recent years and was voted "Best New Restaurant of the Year" by Wallpaper in 2015. The team of well-known Michelin-starred chef Carlo Cracco (the restaurant "Ristorante Cracco", which was run in 2007, was selected as the "Top 50 Restaurants in the World"), and was responsible for the careful planning of a beautiful and luxurious feast. Image Source: Carlo e Camilla Facebook. Image Source: Carlo e Camilla Facebook. This building, built in the 1920s, was formerly a sawmill factory. It was taken over by the team of renowned curator Tanja Solci after 1999; She, together with the chef and third-party partner Nicola Fanti, worked together to rehabilitate the planning operation, giving the old factory a new and glamorous look. Tanja, who has set foot in the field of food and beverage for the first time, implements his spirit of "no class distinction" in the food culture - "Milan is a place with a strong class concept." People of different status have their own attributes. "My ideal restaurant." There is no such line." In the blueprint of "the party in the courtyard to entertain friends", Tanja does not set up a "private box" in the restaurant, but let everyone face to face and enjoy the food together on a long table - although "share table" Not a special concept, but in Milan's eating space, it is a rather rare revolutionary move. Image Source: Carlo e Camilla Facebook. Image Source: Carlo e...

Buying Notes | Lost in the Yellow-yellow Photo, the 18th Century House Selection by the Time AG Hendy Home Store

Come to Hastings, a historic seaside town on the southern coast of the UK, which was once one of the UK's important fishing ports and seaside health resorts; then the fishing industry is booming and the tourism industry is gradually Prosperous. If you have the opportunity to visit this place and walk around on the pristine streets, your eyes will definitely be attracted by the characteristic building of “AG Hendy & Co Home Store Hastings”; in an array of light and bright houses, this ancient The calm black wooden houses jumped out and came into view – it was originally called the “fishing net shop” on the beach side of the old city, and it is the ancient building of Hastings. Image Source: AG Hendy & Co Home Store. Image Source: AG Hendy & Co Home Store. The old port flourished, but the Hastings port still moored for boats waiting to leave the port; overlooking the seaside, I saw the beach standing around There are dozens of towering black wooden houses, which are close to the details. These houses are made of wooden materials. The exterior walls are tarred to form a deep black to avoid erosion by the coast. At the same time, various shaped siding panels are installed for storage. article. These buildings were built tall and narrow at the time, but they were not used to dry the nets, but to pay less land tax; in the past 150 years, many local fishing nets have been destroyed by the sea breeze because of the old age. In the 1950s, the Hastings government cleaned up a large number of "fishing net shop" buildings to rectify the order of the beach. Today, there are only about 40 such historic buildings, and it has become a precious characteristic of the port. Image Source: AG Hendy & Co Home Store Facebook. Image Source: AG Hendy & Co Home Store...

Flowers, coffee and small things in life, this is perhaps the most lovely mini market in New York this year: MARCHÉ MAMAN

The Soho neighborhood in Manhattan is probably the impression of everyone's representative of the bustling New York fashion. Surrounded by boutique homes, there is another urban style hidden in it; elegant, ancient buildings, inlaid into the art of many galleries, very charming. The MARCHÉ MAMAN concept store is located in this prestigious and beautiful neighbourhood, stretching out of New York's famous café/restaurant MAMAN. MAMAN was founded by three founders from different fields and backgrounds; Armand Arnal, head chef of the Michelin restaurant in La Chassagnette in the south of France; Benjamin Sormonte, entrepreneur in the restaurant industry; and Elisa Marshall is a baked brand with a brand With the designer. The trio took their home cooking from South France and North America to bring the memories of their childhood memories to New Yorkers; since opening their first store in Soho in 2014, they have opened branches in Tribeca, Meatpacking and Brooklyn. It can be seen that it is popular with locals. Image Source: Maman . The MARCHÉ MAMAN, a selection concept store that opened just this summer, brings together the love and preferences of the three founders. From design and style to food and beverage, with the aim of "enjoying and pursuing the beauty of life", we explore aesthetics and taste; the lovely and comfortable space atmosphere shows the philosophy of life of three people. From the Spring St. subway station, standing outside the store is immediately attracted to the French pastoral facade. Pushing away the old and chic old wooden doors, the wood floors and beams and columns exude a quaint European atmosphere; the clean white walls reveal the texture of the bricks, and the traces of the old buildings leave the beautiful pen lines. At the corner of the shop, the lush and sloppy planting workbench makes people feel like they are in a small flower shop or grocery store in South France. After a careful look, in addition to potted plants, there are also small objects in life. From stationery, canvas bags, coffee and tea, scented candles, to beauty care products, children's clothing, hang felts, pillows, antique cutlery and furniture, and even a small kitchen with brunch, floating next door to MAMAN comes from The coffee scent of the Toby Estate in Australia is like a walk into a mini market. In addition to selling a variety of life options, the store also offers ice cream from MilkMade in the summer, while the blue-gray door is decorated with West Elm furniture and seats. The courtyard is a unique space for relaxation. The concept of creating a space for three people comes from working with many small business brands. Although they are only in a small space, they can each play different professions and tastes, so that MAMAN can create a richer picture of life with creativity. The visiting guests feel like home. As the founder mentioned, working with Flower Girl, who is in charge of flowers, seems to be in the garden, and...

Immerse yourself in the West Bank style of the Bohemian spirit: LA Vacation Lodge Bungalow and Breakfast

What kind of space atmosphere will make you feel comfortable and relaxed when you travel? With the development of society and science and technology, modern people are less likely to enjoy the essence of life because of the busy work steps, and they yearn for those who are nomadic in the city. Whether you are looking around and inquiring about a beautiful restaurant, you can enjoy food, take a photo, check out the moments of the afternoon, or arrange a holiday around the country; embark on a long-awaited trip, become the soul of today's people The desire; obviously a transformation and creation of a space environment can help the spirit to get enough relaxation and healing. Designed by Heather Tierney, the famous vegetarian coffee restaurant in West Village, New York, called "Bungalow and Breakfast", in the area of ​​the Venice Canal in Los Angeles, built for the city nomads who are drifting away. A bohemian place to stay. Not far from the thriving and fashionable Abbot Kinney Boulevard, Heather's The Butcher's Daughter branch in this area is also within walking distance, and the tranquil community not far from each other is a relaxing environment to enjoy a "slow" life. Old cottages of the 1920s, with white-based space tones that make the whole room bright and bright, with Heather's carefully selected wooden furniture, from woven jute mattresses from India, Moroccan cabinets and carpets and Nicaraguan hand-woven hammocks, to Local craftsmen crafted unique dream nets and wicker chairs, as well as hand-woven woven ropes hanging on the walls, doors, windows and lighting. The corners were all "woven" lines, and the warm and warm hand touched a little. Exotic and tropical planting, weaving a bohemian atmosphere and a romantic yearning for nomads. The two-bedroom bungalow has a kitchen, bathroom and electronics, and two beach bikes are available to allow visitors to roam the city. Heather's personality is evident in it – the relaxed lifestyle of the California coast, accompanied by a good home design, with a little bit of hippie mix and flavor, gives the old house a new life; the fascinating situation fits perfectly with the American West Coast atmosphere, offering each A visitor to this place has a body and mind to suppress the liberated home, but it is unique among them, echoing a way of bravely pursuing self and loving life during a trip. Wake up from the beautiful morning, take a walk to the small courtyard surrounded by white and bright bungalows, enjoy breakfast on bamboo and rattan tables and chairs; overlook the canal style, enjoy the fresh air in the morning, the afternoon sun covered by warm sunshine, and the tranquility Evening time. "Bungalow and Breakfast", a simple and straightforward name, depicts the same simple but fascinating travel life. Bungalow and Breakfast Venice Canals, Los Angeles (for details, please contact the owner directly) All Images via Bungalow and...

Home collection in the warehouse: Sydney Koskela store

Away from the hustle and bustle of the city, visit the Rosebery area of ​​Sydney, on the side of a huge old warehouse, with the arrow on the board marking "Koskela"; the low-key appearance and entrance, if you are not familiar with the local design industry, it is hard to imagine a variety of warehouses. All kinds of treasures are easy to pass by. This is the famous Australian design brand in recent years. The founders Russel Koskela and Sasha Titchkosky met during their trip to Europe. They found that they also loved home and interior design. With faith and persistence, the two started together. The road to entrepreneurship. At first, the plans of the two were still very vague. They wanted to do something different in addition to the selection and design. Since the first store was officially opened in 2000, the Koskela brand positioning has begun to take shape: using local resources to combine Australian colors to create A home brand that combines comfort, functionality, environmental protection and Australian design. Russel and Sasha will not only position Koskela as a home improvement, but also look forward to linking Australian Aboriginal culture. In today's pursuit of international and modernization, the spirit of local and excavation of traditional crafts is unique and valuable. After moving into the storefront where Rosebery's old warehouse was rebuilt, it is better to see that Koskela's design is almost as shocking as Australia's. The huge factory building of canned tomatoes in the early days was transformed into a simple industrial style display space, which preserved the historical trajectory of the old buildings; the rough and simple decoration, the elegant appearance of the product and the design lines; the tall eaves let the space It is filled with bright natural light and reduces the pressure, so that all kinds of goods of all sizes can be fully displayed in the most appropriate position. The whole space combines design, exhibition and art gallery, providing artists and designers of different styles to display their own works, holding various hand-made workshops and attracting many local brands. Even the chef of the year is the best restaurant chef in Australia. Michael McEnearney teamed up to open a limited-time restaurant, Koskela Kitchen. Follow your heart. Trust your Judgment. Do it...

Like a panther maze or alien creature, the strange twist of Casa Dr. Seuss

Looking down from a distance, even Mexico, a colorful and exotic city, is hard to be attracted to the singular architecture of Casa Dr. Seuss. Casa Dr. Seuss, also known as "krazy homes", is located in a quiet and simple community in the central city of San Miguel de Allende in Mexico. The roof looks like an alien dinosaur shin site with bold colors and irregular shapes. The windows, as well as the weird twists and unrestrained extensions of the railings, remind people of the works of Gaudí or Mr. Baishui (reviewing the Baishui Apartment in Vienna) and look inside the building. Close to the entrance, the huge guillotine shape on the wall and the spooky ghost clown painting on the iron door are very humorous; and when you officially enter the house, the real madness is just beginning. The stair railings of the claws and the special enamel structure like a lair, the quirky and magical colors of the walls and the concave texture fill the whole space, as if they were swallowed by the monsters, so that the inner atmosphere is full of excitement and curiosity. Take risks inside. This one-of-a-kind building is divided into three floors, from lamps, furniture, bathrooms, living rooms, kitchens to bedrooms to small terraces on the roof, all of which are completely remodeled, like walking into the world of mirrors. The space lines are twisted and rotated, subverting the familiar living environment; but comfortable rest areas, modern facilities such as jacuzzi, but everything. Large and small lines that look like blood vessels in the interior, cleverly concealing the pipeline design; stepping into the middle of the building, the patio-like design introduces soft natural lighting for the building, but also creates a mysterious atmosphere like other caves. Wandering to the terrace on the roof, this is a good corner to enjoy the scenery of the city. In addition to setting the seats, a lovely small stove is also intimately set up. This absolutely impressive building, like an organic creature from an alien, lurks in the city; and the creator of this alien, designer Steven Rude, knows his madness from his name. With the qualities of humor. The visual design of more than 20 years of film and TV 3D effects inspired Steven Rude to be inspired by the imaginative imagination of the famous writer Dr. Seuss. Of course, the building also pays tribute to him named Casa Dr. Seuss. With the crazy concept of this building, Steven Rude...

Want to come in? Please answer today's customs clearance language! Secret Cinema Bar in Pink Bubbles, Kiev Pink Room Speakeasy Bar

Hey! Whisper, welcome to the Pink Secret Base. Please answer the esoteric language ~ in the center of Kiev, the capital of Ukraine, hiding a mysterious dream space: the wall below the stairs is a classic piece of French modern poster master Jules Chéret; a closer look is the entrance to the Pink Room Speakeasy Bar . The predecessor of the quaint building is also a local historic old cinema. If you want to visit this wonderful bar, it is best to inquire carefully, you need to pass the secret language to get in when you get started. The bar was inspired by the early days of alcohol bans. If you want to enter a bar that is considered illegal, you must use the knocking rhythm and strength as the secret code. The bar owner will confirm that it is not the police. But it's not difficult to get into the Pink Room Speakeasy Bar, just ask by phone or ask the administrator (it's very low). The fun customs clearance method that will appear like the magic movie plot makes the bar just start to make a lively discussion. It is full of curiosity and wants to open the door to find out. Entering the interior, the pink-filled psychedelic space is fascinating; the French retro style of the 1930s is like a shuttle to a huge pink time bubble. Different from the modern minimalist design preferred by most other Ukrainian bars, the Pink Room Speakeasy Bar by the design team CIRCLE LINE INTERIOR is the locals' old age. In front of the pink velvet bar, a row of early old cinema seats is placed, echoing the historical memory of the former cinema; an elegant red round table with neon retro street lights; the ceiling has a huge mirror reflection in every corner of the room, Unexpectedly add an infinite sense of space and magic. Of course, there are also special bartending and French small meals that meet the space atmosphere. Stepping up the stairs, there is another quiet and dimly lit space. Under the illumination of the lamps and candlelights, the antique sofa furniture is extraordinarily moody. The screen in the large picture frame on the wall plays silent old movies every week, while the boss Sergei Kuzarski is also passionate about music. The DJ or the orchestra is also a frequent visitor to the stage. Sitting in the corner, enjoying and feeling the pink space contrasting with black and white movies, a serious and romantic play, and the hidden and humorous shop name "Speakeasy Bar" resonate with each other, making people smile. Pink Room Speakeasy Bar's guests rely on the word of mouth to pass the word of mouth! Before leaving, remember to follow the warning sign "Shhh" written above the door, don't tell too many people about this wonderful secret base! ...