Global Interiors

global interiors

Come on a journey with us here at est living to explore global interiors from near and far. We draw on the best interior design firms in the world to deliver a diverse collection of inspiring projects. World design furniture rounds out a selection filled with interior ideas.

  • Where Architects Live | Bart America

    We explore how Belgian architect Bart America’s home captures his signature details and respect for what came before. 

  • Villa Peduzzi by Andrea Meirana Architects and Studio Daminato

    We escape to a breathtaking Art Nouveau estate overlooking Lake Como, carefully brought back to life by Studio Daminato.

  • Casa Dois by Atelier RUA

    Portuguese architects Atelier RUA and Belgian interior designers Studio Stories team up to convert a warehouse in Olhão, Portugal.

  • Forest Estate by Hollie Bowden

    A unique state of tranquility transcends Forest Estate by Hollie Bowden, a Spanish villa revival in the Balearic Islands.

  • Where Architects Live | Felipe Hess

    Brazilian architect Felipe Hess takes est inside his family home in Sao Paulo’s verdant Jardim Paulistano neighbourhood.

  • OD House by Jorge Bibiloni Studio

    OD House embraces traditional building practices without compromising its gentle assimilation into contemporary dialogues.

  • At Home with John Pawson

    We explore British designer John Pawson’s Home Farm in Cotswolds, UK; the backdrop for his new cookbook, Home Farm Cooking.

  • Manhattan Beach House by Mandy Graham

    Clean lines and tactile details harness an underlying sense of quiet sophistication in this Manhattan Beach project by Mandy Graham.

  • Casa M by Vincent Van Duysen

    Sitting sculpturally in its arid and unaltered surrounding landscape, Casa M by Vincent Van Duysen is subtly disguised amongst its terrain.

  • Casa JMA by Febrero Studio

    Madrid-based design practice Febrero Studio reinvent an old concrete home into a resort-like summer house for a young family in southern Spain’s Costa del Sol.

  • Dean Street by nune, Frances Mildred & Branca & Co.

    nune tie the knot between modern and classic design in their revival of a historic townhouse in Brooklyn, New York.

  • Les Voisines by APPAREIL Architecture

    APPAREIL Architecture conceive a dual living and rental space in Austin, Canada that balances both tradition and modernity.

  • Casa Azul by Bak Gordon

    Bak Gordon lift cues from the traditional architectural vernacular of southern Portugal’s Alentejo region in Casa Azul.

  • Amagansett Summer House by Studio Fauve

    Amagansett Summer House by Studio Fauve harnesses an airy coastal ambience enhanced by the magic of the woodland framed by every window.

  • Brussels Apartment by Stef Claes

    Belgian architect Stef Claes shares his latest residential project, the redesign of an inner-city Brussels apartment.

  • Alma House by Atelier Barda

    As a complete reimagining, Alma House by Atelier Barda sees the remodelling of an existing building, with a focus on the inside-out.

  • CC Residence by ECRU Studio

    ECRU Studio unite rustic warmth and a European design sensibility in a compact apartment in Taipei’s Da’an District, Taiwan. 

  • Light Years by Marie Lecluyse

    Set against a rural Belgian backdrop, interior designer Marie Lecluyse proves beauty can be found in simplicity.

Interiors International

Our interiors international collection includes a diverse array of homes, hotels and commercial spaces; from charming interior designs from London to Asian inspired Japanese interior designs. Take the Yoshino Cedar House – a striking accommodation concept made entirely from locally sourced timber. Prompted by the design question of what does the house of the future look like, all proceedings from Airbnb bookings go to the local community of Yoshino. On the other side of the world we have the Stockholm home of designer Louise Liljencrantz, featuring a cloudy-grey colour palette and purposefully curated design furniture and artwork. Scandinavian style has become a hallmark of international designers who want to reflect the cold snowy winters and magnificent northern lights in the best of world travel decor, so our article on Swedish living fittingly features an uber stylish white washed, light-filled Swedish open house in picturesque Österlen.
Jet set to Greece. Who could resist the turquoise waters of a private pool? The laid-back boutique hotel Casa Cook on the coast of the Greek islands of Rhodes depicts the best in Mediterranean interior design. With its warm earth tones (not to mention the childfree approach) a holiday here promises a relaxing time, adults-only.