WELCOME TO ELEMENTO, A WARM, INVITING AND COLORFUL ATELIER OF SINGULAR HOME DESIGN. FOUNDED IN 1998 BY LEADING TEL AVIV BASED DESIGNER YOSSY GOLDBERG.

The brand’s distinctive one-of-a-kind pieces blend modern, high-quality materials and cutting-edge craftsmanship with an aesthetic inspired by the 1960s and 70’s. Elemento’s goal is to use luxury materials – including an incredibly rich collection of patterned, multicolored textiles – to create cozy and comfortable settings. The beauty of the brand is that it seamlessly blends into all environments, whether retro or contemporary, large or small, private or public. Goldberg’s designs have adorned individual homes and livened up public spaces including hotels, restaurants and offices, both locally and abroad. Elemento acts as a unique beacon of excellence that shines in a dark sea of machine-made, mass-manufactured industry prevalent in today’s world, and brings the focus back to the individual, human touch.

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Hotel Fauchon, Paris

FAUCHON, the French gourmet and luxury food boutique, celebrated the opening of its first branded hotel, the FAUCHON L’Hôtel Paris, on September, 2018.

FAUCHON L’Hôtel Paris, has been designed with a vibrant ambiance, eclectic style, and glamorous Viewpoint, located on the legendary Place de la Madeleine, the home of the FAUCHON brand since 1886.The district is the headquarters of wealth, commerce, sophistication, culture, gastronomy, and architecture.

The boutique hotel is an iconic example of Parisian architecture featuring 54 rooms including 11 suites. The property was designed by architect Richard Martinet, a virtuoso in luxury hotels and palaces, in collaboration with the Atelier Paluel Marmont.

With a unique design for each guest room and suite, the accommodations feature an emphasis on luxury, modernity and comfort while providing exceptional views of the Eiffel Tower, the Madeleine or the Opera.

With a nod to the brand’s culinary heritage, gastronomy is a primary focus here. At any time of day and night, Chefs are committed to sharing and discovering good taste, innovative design, and French refinement through the brand's iconic creations.

Hong Chunz ZHang, Artist

Chinese artist Hong Chun Zhang creates graphite drawings that replace everyday materials with ribbons, sheets, or swirls of shiny black hair. Hong began her professional art training when she was 15, in the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing.

For 10 years, Hong has studied under both Chinese and American fine arts educational systems, and she has discovered a balance between the two cultures and artistic styles.

The surreal drawings focus on her cultural identity, especially connections with her family in China, and her identity as a woman and sister. The hair represents a powerful life force, imbuing each piece with an aspect of herself, the duality in her work has a lot to do with being an identical twin.

Hong has exhibited her work nationally and internationally at venues including the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery - Washington DC, Houston TX, Los Angeles CA, Sydney Australia, Oslo Norway, Utrecht Holland, The Chengdu Biennale and The Shanghai Biennale, China and more.

Her work can be found in many public and private collections

Buha |i| Rest Bar, Budapest

Buha |i| rest is the latest gastronomic hot spot located at the heart of the historical part of Budapest, Hungary, Buha |i| rest is set within an early 20th-century building that once served as a textile factory, the color scheme was inspired by the brick facade of the building.

The bar has been designed by Roman Plyus to be a "dramatic" space that encourages visitors to snap and share photos on Instagram.

Most of the concrete arches and ceiling have been left in their found state.

The floor tiles are reclaimed and materials are sustainably sourced.

Throughout the restaurant, used the materials hand-glazed tiles, terracotta decorative plaster and marble for wall and bar.

The surprise in this space is the huge sculpture by American artist Kaws – titled "Small Lie", the piece depicts a Pinocchio-inspired figure bowing its head.

 

 

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