El Fenn Extra Large Room, Photo by Kasia Gatkowska
05 Mar
El Fenn: Resort from Ruins

With 28 individually styled rooms and suites, tree-filled courtyards, hideaway nooks and a 7,000 square foot roof terrace, El Fenn is the perfect retreat from which to enjoy Africa’s most exotic city. But who would guess that the luxurious hotel was once an almost ruined...

Play Design Hotel - Guest Selection Room
29 Jan
Play Design Hotel: Creatively Connected

Many times we spend nights at a hotel without feeling any sort of connection to the location of the property. The rooms and public spaces lack design elements that encourage us to learn about the area's local origins and it becomes just a place to...

The Monarch Bar
15 Jan
The Monarch Bar: MANICA Architecture Creates a State of Opulence

David Manica, founder of MANICA Architecture, believes in stunning design and innovative functionality as the path to successful buildings. His work is enjoyed by millions of people around the world, and his designs have a profoundly positive effect on the life of entire cities. At...

Criteo, Photo by Darrin Hunter, Courtesy Dyer Brown
10 Jan
Criteo: Play Hard, Work Harder by Dyer Brown

This is certainly not your typical office setting! The Boston office of international tech company, Criteo, caught our eye due to its quirky and unusual, play-driven design concept. Featuring bright colors, fun texture, and exciting & surprising architectural elements, the innovative workplace designers at Dyer...

Skecth - Glade Photo by Ed Reeve
20 Dec
Sketch: The Most Instagrammed Restaurant in the World

Look familiar? That's because this is London's most Instagrammable restaurant. Sketch’s home, 9 Conduit Street in London, was designed by James Wyatt in 1779 and has previously been the headquarters of the Royal Institute of British Architects before later becoming the London Atelier of Christian...

Wellness Trend: Organic Inspiration
30 Nov
Trend Alert: Organic Inspiration

Shapes and materials that mimic nature are said to have a powerful & positive impact on our wellbeing, so why not incorporate them in our spaces? Taking influence from these curved and uneven forms, this trend brings natural elements to interiors in a subtle, yet...

Designs By Human
06 Nov
Color Heals and Reveals with Betsy Karp: Part 2

Ready for some more color inspiration from "Color Coach" Betsy Karp? With the belief that each color has a specific energy and benefit to it, she finds color to be an expression of the light within your being, while the home is an external manifestation...

Salone del Mobile Milano by Carlo Ratti Associati
24 Oct
“Living Nature” by Carlo Ratti Associati

Carlo Ratti Associati has designed a very unique and experiential concept right in the heart of Milan, Italy, "Living Nature". The 500 square-meter, 5-meter high garden pavilion uses energy flow controls to allow spring, summer, autumn and winter to coexist under the same roof. The...

Muza Lab Photo by Richard James Taylor
09 Oct
Muza Lab Creates a Uniquely Designed Train Experience

In need of a luxurious travel experience? Muza Lab has exquisitely re-imagined the experience of slow travel with their design of South America's first luxury sleeper train, Belmond Andean Explorer in Peru. They worked closely with Belmond to complement the brand’s heritage for properties that...

HaiDiLao by Beleco Design Photo by Bethany Nauert
12 Sep
HaiDiLao is the HotPot Spot!

As you may know, at Stacy Garcia we are a huge fan of bold color and pattern! Not only does it make a space more fun and interesting, but it introduces personality where you are able to express yourself through telling a story. Full-service interior...

Joe Human
27 Aug
Color Heals and Reveals with Betsy Karp

Betsy Karp, known as the "Color Coach", believes color is an expression of the light within your being, while the home is an external manifestation of the soul. She helps people color-soul their homes by bringing in color through decoration, furniture, accents, and art to...

CRA + BIG Singapore Church Street
17 Aug
Biophilic Design: CapitaSpring, Singapore

Biophilic Design incorporates natural elements into a space to create a positive impact on your wellbeing. Mimicking shapes and textures found in nature, these elements are meant to blend indoor and outdoor design to create one cohesive living environment. We are seeing cascading greenery, floor-to-ceiling windows,...

Ignacia House Mexico City Photo by Jaime Navarro
15 Aug
Biophilic Design – Luxurious, Nature Infused Resorts

Blurring the lines between indoor and outdoor design allows us to have a close connection with nature creating a soothing and also stimulating atmosphere. Water views, retractable roofs, floor-to-ceiling windows, tropical gardens, and more are being used in resorts across the world to generate this experience....

Stacy Garcia | New York PaperMuse, Aquarella
17 Jul
Hotels to Homes

Everyone loves the experience of a 5 star resort, yet our daily responsibilities frequently hold us back from embarking on a trip to escape reality. So why not bring this experience of hospitality home? We shared some tips for how you can incorporate a similar...