Please select one or more options:

Please, you have to select an option.
Please insert your first name.
Please insert your last name.
Please insert your email.


Check here to indicate that you have read and agree to Terms & Conditions/Privacy Policy.

Thanks you for contacting!
Best Design Projects 2014: Year in Review
Hospitality Interior Design Ideas

The new year has just arrived and it is important to make a balance of the year that went way. During 2014, Best Design Projects has devoted its efforts to bring to their readers the ultimate trends and novelties in the design world. We have also searched for the top interior design projects that deserved their highlight in several categories: Residential, Office, Hotels&Resorts and also in Retail.

Today we would like to share our best articles that we hope it was a great helpful and inspiration for your design creations and projects. Check out!

1. San Giorgio Mykonos – A Design Hotels™ Project 

Masterminded by Design Hotels™, the company that holds a curated selection of over 260 independent hotels across the world, San Giorgio Mykonos is a stunning 34-room hotel with a decoration inspired in the 60’s bohemian and gipsy life.

White walls, wood furniture, tapestries with greek patterns, traditional Greek woven top stools, weight cotton matelassé quilts, silver details, pool with an enviable view … this charming hotel combines history, heritage, style, and simplicity with an amazing interior design project idealized by Annabellkutucu.

Best Design Projects 2014: Year in Review

2. Matt Damon’s Incredible House in Pacific Palisades 

One of our most-read articles in 2014 was the $15 Millions estate designed by Grant Kirkpatrick Architects.  The mansion is owned by the famous actor Matt Damon and is located in the fantastic area of Pacific Palisades where is included 6 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, a garage with space for 5 cars and a pair of maid’s room.

The luxury house combines California modernism with traditional Spanish Colonial design.

Best Design Projects 2014: Year in Review

3. The Glass Pavilion: Cutting-Edge House by Steve Hermann 

With the help of the architect Steve Hermann, Santa Barbara’s area become even beautier with this Glass Pavilion project.

The luxury home’s project was built all in glass where the areas of the space can be visible providing amazing views to a lovely and well treated garden.

The 13.875 square foot “pavilion” has five bedrooms, five-and-a-half bathrooms, a kitchen with an exquisite wine room, and a superb art gallery exhibiting the architect’s vintage car collection. The area is so huge that has the capability of storing up to 32 cars inside its walnut lined walls.

Best Design Projects 2014: Year in Review

4. Numptia: A Luxury Superyacht Interior Design

Numptia is a superyacht with a stunning interior design layout conceived by design studio Salvagni Architetti.

The interior design décor is marked by a smooth palette colors, an exquisite choice of artefacts, sculptures, ornaments, lighting and distinctive pieces of furniture. Cashmere, cottons silks and velvets from the Loro Piana collection was the starting point to create an atmosphere of pure comfort.

Best Design Projects 2014: Year in Review

5. Manhattan Micro-Loft Design

Manhattan Micro-Loft represents one of the biggest challenges that the Specht Harpman Architects faced successfully.

Located at the top of a brownstone on Manhattan’s Upper West Side, this tiny apartment occupied an area of 425 square feet and vertically 25 feet with access to a rooftop. When rearranged, the place didn’t even have space for place a bed or a couch.

The companies resolution passed through the creation of four separate “living platforms”.

Best Design Projects 2014: Year in Review

6. Hyper Luxury Design Suite in Hotel Infante Sagres

Hotel Infante Sagres is a small luxury hotel located in the heart of Porto, the Portuguese city that this year has won the award of European Best Destination 2014.

One of the suite’s hotel has been refurbished with a hyper-luxury furniture designed by Boca do Lobo, a Portuguese brand renowned for its unique and handcrafted design.

Best Design Projects 2014: Year in Review

During 2015 Best Design Projects will continue to informing you about the greatest projects around the world.

We like, as much as you, to read all design for your own home, the latest decor trends, the best interior design projects and so on.

Don’t forget to subscribe this blog and to follow us on FacebookTwitter and Pinterest.

Related Posts

Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Hospitality Interior Design Ideas

2025 Design Trends HS Popup