Emilia Karjala
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They're pavers, but I see diamonds...and cubes...and flowers, what do you see?

They're pavers, but I see diamonds...and cubes...and flowers, what do you see?

brass sequin wall = freakin awesome!

brass sequin wall = freakin awesome!

wood-frame-system copy

wood-frame-system copy

Want a modern twist on the traditional monochrome theme? This giant geometric wallpaper design is just the thing. Ideal for stylish dining room areas and the home office.                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Want a modern twist on the traditional monochrome theme? This giant geometric wallpaper design is just the thing. Ideal for stylish dining room areas and the home office. More

XLstreet - Big size tiles | Marazzi

XLstreet - Big size tiles | Marazzi

Offices with an industrial interior design touch | Vintage Industrial Style

Offices with an industrial interior design touch | Vintage Industrial Style

Renee Arns styling & photography | #modernofficearchitecture #officearchitecture

Renee Arns styling & photography | #modernofficearchitecture #officearchitecture

Modern Interior Meeting Room Design | www.pinterest.com/seeyond

Modern Interior Meeting Room Design | www.pinterest.com/seeyond

use torn paper to create landscape, dimension and perspective. Cascadia Dreaming 2009 atmospheric perspective example

use torn paper to create landscape, dimension and perspective. Cascadia Dreaming 2009 atmospheric perspective example

Muh-Tay-Zik /Hof-Fer | San Francisco | Rigorous thought drives the work of this quirky ad agency. The main concern of the client was the conflict between the weird/outlandish/wacky work they create – the works that makes them unique and cutting edge – and the fact that they have exacting standards and run a buttoned up business.

Muh-Tay-Zik /Hof-Fer | San Francisco | Rigorous thought drives the work of this quirky ad agency. The main concern of the client was the conflict between the weird/outlandish/wacky work they create – the works that makes them unique and cutting edge – and the fact that they have exacting standards and run a buttoned up business.