The best of Elle Decor from 20 to 26 June 2022

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World tour. Yes, this week, we entered Madrid’s most eccentric restaurant – an interior landscape made of bright colors and stylish seating. And then we headed to the other side of the planet: to the United States, home to Elvis Presley. Because a great one is about to reappear (or more simply confirmed) Elvismania – if that can be said. Ahead of the release of the biopic dedicated to the so-called King of Rock and Roll, also the most famous dancer and actor in the United States, we crossed the threshold of his historic home: Graceland, a maxi treasure chest of memorabilia, Cadillacs and fur beds. And after the USA we went to the Maldives, to discover the project of a floating city designed to accommodate up to 20 thousand people. Finally, the trends of the moment: what do italicized speech – Tiktok phenomenon – and design have in common? That’s why we stayed in Italy. We call you here!

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MADRID’S MOST ECCENTRIC RESTAURANT LOOKS LIKE WONDERLAND

In the Torcuato Restaurant, Madridthe main ingredient is extravagance, which brings the designer’s signature playful and kaleidoscopic interiors to life Pepe Lealas well as that accompanying his fusion experiments Chef Sergio Fernández. The restaurant Named after Torcuato Luca de Tena, nineteenth-century journalist, founder of the art and literature magazine Blanco y Negro and the national newspaper ABC, whose headquarters occupied the rooms now transformed by the eccentric touch of Pepe Leal .

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SPANISH FAMILY HOME RENOVATING EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY PARTS AROUND A SKY-BLUE STAIRCASE

The architects Xavier Ramoneda And Pau Milletof the architectural studio Miragthey renovated a house of his 150 square meters located just over an hour away from Barcelona, giving it a second life. So there you have it La GarrigaThis family home In Spanish, it has already begun to show its modern character despite its 19th century origins. It takes its name from its location, Garrigàs (a historic village north of Girona), and derives some of its aesthetic power from the surrounding landscape.

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THE WORLD’S FIRST TRUE FLOATING CITY IS ALMOST READY (IN THE MALDIVES)

Surrounded by its crystal waters Maldivesjust 10 minutes by boat from the capital Male, a floating city designed to accommodate up to 20,000 people The project – a joint venture between Dutch real estate developer Dutch Docklands and the Maldivian government, signed by the architectural firm Waterstudio – is an attempt to solve his problemsea ​​level risein which the Maldives are extremely vulnerable: the archipelago, made up of 1,190 islands rising less than a meter above sea level, could be completely submerged by 2100.

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BECAUSE TIKTOK’S TREND TO SPEAK ITALIAN IS (ALSO) BY DESIGN

Speaking in italics (and singing in italics) is the latest trend trending on TikTok, where the hashtag #cursivo has 23.5 million views. What does it mean to speak in italics? And more importantly, why are we talking about it here?

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INSIDE GRACELAND, THE HOUSE THAT WAS ELVIS PRESLEY’S ONLY REAL HOME FOR TWENTY YEARS

Elvis, The film PRESENTED at Cannes this year directed by Baz Luhrmann, he is ready to bring one from reality to the big screen Home still very popular: Graceland. So as the world prepares to be overwhelmed by one Swissmania – You can say? – without rhyme or reason, definitely contagious, the house that hosted the timeless voice of American rock and roll for twenty full years is confirmed as a sacred, coveted stage, for fans and not only.

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WHY ARE DESIGNERS OBSESSED WITH COLORED POOLS?

Jumping off a diving board isn’t the only way to take a dip in the pool. Although most swimming pools look like a blue rectangle when viewed from above, artists and designers have recently reminded us that it doesn’t always have to be that way. Treating the pool as a blank canvas, they experiment with colors, patterns, shapes and lights to create places for an unusually refreshing dip.

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CRISTINA CELESTINO IS DESIGNER OF THE YEAR

After Laura Gonzalez, Michael Anastassiades and Franklin Azzi, this time it’s up to her Christina CelestinoItalian class of ’80, receive his title Designer of the Year at Maison & Objet 2022. The reasons include the desire to reward the “cultivated sophistication” of the creative from Pordenone, which can be admired throughout its duration exhibition scheduled from September 8 to 12the ‘Palais Exotique’ installation, designed to magically transport us to another world.

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CARGOBIKE BY FEDEZ IS ALREADY A TREND, HERE’S WHERE TO BUY IT

“Life is made up of little moments like this” followed by a little heart – with this caption, Fedez has recently released more than a million photos and videos like which spark interest in i cargo bike. The images show the star riding a bicycle equipped with a child’s luggage rack – a cult item, already popular in Northern Europe – while walking her two (now famous) children, Leone and Vittoria. They have fun together. Behind the public face, the Milanese quarter of City Life lets itself be filmed by the smartphone camera: here it is Colors, Pascale Marthine Tayou’s sculpture in the Three Towers Park. And more newspapers shout: Fedez sustainability testimony. In fact, the protagonist of the cargo bike clip is a vehicle without an engine by BIGA, a brand of the LaCargoBike company.

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