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Docservis's 25 Top Instagrams of 2017

Browse our 25 most-liked Instagrams from 2017 and follow @interiordesignmag for daily inspiration.

25. Bangkok residence by Stu/D/O Architects

The focal point of this Bangkok residence by Stu/D/O Architects is an expansive vertical space—four levels in total—punctuated by artfully placed square windows. ????: courtesy of the architects. @sandow

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24. Church of San Giovanni Battista by Mario Botta

Congratulations to @interior.posh, this week’s #idpicks winner for interiors that feature stone! Link in bio to see the rest of the winners. Pictured here is @MarioBottaArchitetti_Official’s Church of San Giovanni Battista, clad inside and out in alternating bands of grey Riveo granite and white Peccia marble, both native to Switzerland. ????: João Amaral. @sandow

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23. El Mama & La Papa by El Equipo Creativo

@elequipocreativo channeled duality for El Mama & La Papa, a Barcelona restaurant and cocktail bar located in a former canning warehouse. Bright red colors define industrial elements and unify the interior, which showcases an elegant material palette of polished woods and Mediterranean-style mosaics. ????: @adriagoulaphoto. @sandow

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22. Shoji courtesy of Luca Nichetto

Regram @NichettoStudio! Designer Luca Nichetto is taking over our Instagram today and tomorrow. Check our Instagram story to see the people, places, and things throughout Milan that inspire him, and be sure to follow both @LucaNichetto and @NichettoStudio for more Milan updates. Pictured here is one of Nichetto’s inspirations and a defining feature of Japanese architecture. The sh?ji is a door, window, or room divider that consists of translucent paper over a frame. #NichettoStudio #NichettoStudioInspiredBy

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21. Hôtel des Berges by Jouin Manku

Sprayed, brushed concrete not only forms lounge seating at Jouin Manku’s Hôtel des Berges in Strasbourg, it also contains heating elements. ????: @Nicolas4Matheus. @sandow

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20. Romanesque Interpretation Center by Spaceworkers

A new landmark by @Spaceworkers along the Route of the Romanesque in Silvares, Portugal, the Romanesque Interpretation Center’s different volumes, rendered in concrete, evoke a village street from the medieval era. Link in bio to see more images from the project! ???? ????: @SergioPirrone. @sandow

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19. Une Pause Colorée by Daniel Buren

Une Pause Colorée, a rainbow pergola from artist Daniel Buren, brightens a courtyard at French hotel @lebristolparis with a chromatic and luminous landscape of light. ????: Julie Joubert/Archives Kamel Mennour/courtesy the artist. @sandow

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18. The Future Was Then by Daniel Arsham

@DanielArsham carved through a series of faux-concrete walls at the SCAD Museum of Art’s Pamela Elaine Poetter Gallery. As one progressed through the exhibit, the apertures slowly started resembling the silhouette of a human figure. ????: courtesy of the artist. @sandow

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17. Yamu Resort by COMO by Paola Navone

When designing the Yamu Resort by COMO in Phuket, Thailand, @Paola.Navone sourced everything locally—one of her trademarks. This includes the turquoise ceramic tile that defines each bathroom. ????: Enrico Conti/Como Group. @sandow

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16. Loke Thye Kee Residences by Ministry of Design

@MinistryOfDesign revitalized landmarked Malaysian shophouses as the Loke Thye Kee Residences with original ceramic floor tile and latticework in CNC-cut MDF. ????: CI&A Photography. @sandow

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15. Portuguese farmhouse by ES1Arq

Be sure to follow @intdeshomes for all things residential inspiration from Docservis's archives! Pictured here is an indoor pool—surrounded by iroko and lined in mosaic tiles—at a renovated Portuguese farmhouse by #ES1Arq. ????: FG+SG Architectural Photography/Photofoyer. #homes #IDhomes

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14. Le Sirenuse at Surf Club Miami by Joseph Dirand

#JosephDirand designed the champagne bar in Le Sirenuse, the restaurant at Miami’s legendary Surf Club, by exposing interior elements that nod to the property’s storied history. ???? by @kris_tamburello

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13. Thorncrown Chapel by E. Fay Jones

Frank Lloyd Wright protégé E. Fay Jones gave his wooden Thorncrown Chapel, located 48 feet above ground in Arkansas’ Ozark Mountains, steel trusses framed by 425 windows, leaving visitors to feel as though they can touch the surrounding wilderness. ????: Randall Connaughton. @sandow

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12. Hôtel du Ministére by Agence Francois Champsaur

For this week’s #idpicks contest, we want to see your light-filled spaces, from naturally lit studios to dining spaces where a crystal chandelier reigns supreme, tag your images and our editors will post their favorites on Instagram and InteriorDesign.net next week. Pictured here, the Hôtel du Ministére in Paris by Agence @FrancoisChampsaur invites light inside a duplex apartment with blackened steel window frames. ????: @FrancisAmiand. @sandow

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11. Leo's Oyster Bar by Ken Fulk and De La Grammar

@KenFulk and @DeLaGrammar joined forces to design the tropical-themed @LeosOysterBar in San Francisco, festooned with custom foliage-patterned wallpaper. ????: Douglas Friedman @thefacinator. @sandow

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10. Rice Home by AS Design

Hong Kong firm AS Design created a playful interior for Rice Home’s Guangzhou City location—yellow honeycombs and bowl-shaped sculptures adorn the restaurant’s darkened walls. ????: courtesy of the designers. @sandow

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9. Longchamp by Heatherwick Studio

The stairs Heatherwick Studio designed for Longchamp’s NYC boutique feature a sweeping curvature of ribbon-like steel. Check the link in bio for more standout projects from the last decade! ???? ????: @interiorphotography. @sandow

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8. Flying Point House by Steven Harris Architects and Rees-Roberts + Partners

At a Water Mill beach house by @StevenHarrisArchitects and Rees-Roberts + Partners, visitors walk up a delicate staircase suspended on steel cables to ascend from the ground-level breezeway. ????: courtesy of the architects. @sandow

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7. Tianjin Binhai Library by MVRDV and GMP architekten

@MVRDV recently finished the Tianjin Binhai Library in collaboration with GMP architekten. The five-storey structure features undulating terraced bookshelves that surround and replicate the form of an illuminated spherical auditorium at its center. . . ???? courtesy of the firm. @sandow

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6. Ikibana by El Equipo Creativo

@elequipocreativo conceived a spectacular ceiling inspired by entwined branches for Ikibana, a Japanese-Brazilian fusion restaurant in Barcelona. ???? by @adriagoulaphoto

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5. Los Angeles house by Noah Walker

Over 130 protected oak trees and a majestic infinity pool surround a concrete-clad Los Angeles home by @Noah_Walker. ????: @JoeFletcherPhoto. @sandow

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4. Bahia Vik José Ignacio by Marcelo Daglio Arquitectos

Don’t forget to tag #idpicks on your best images of interiors that make creative use of tile! Tomorrow, our editors will post their favorites on Instagram and InteriorDesign.net. Pictured here is Bahia Vik José Ignacio, a Uruguayan retreat by Marcelo Daglio Arquitectos. ????: courtesy of Vik Retreats. @sandow

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3. Bellavista del Garden del Norte by El Equipo Creativo

Known for eclectic restaurant designs, Spanish firm @ElEquipoCreativo marked the entrance of Barcelona eatery Bellavista del Garden del Norte with thousands of hanging flowers. ????: @AdriaGoulaPhoto. @sandow

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2. Tel Aviv duplex by Gerstner Architects

Gerstner Architects created a spiraling metal staircase that adds an industrial touch—and a bold centerpiece—to a Tel Aviv duplex. ???? courtesy of the architects

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1. Pure Spa by MIA Design Studio

Lush tropical foliage is an integral part of the architecture at @MIA_Design_Studio’s Pure Spa. Located in the five-star Nanan Retreat in Danang, Vietnam, the spa is lined with a series of lattice screens that provide a framework for climbing plants that shield the building’s glazed facade from the strong tropical sunlight, aid natural ventilation, and cast dappled light onto the building’s internal spaces. ????: Hiroyuki Oki. @sandow

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