• Tablet Hotels
    @tablethotels
    We founded Tablet in 2000 in search of a cure for boring travel and an antidote to the internet's most common affliction: an overdose of options.
  • Dealsdunia
    @dealsdunia
    Dealsdunia is leading deals and Coupons website in India. With the exclusive tie-ups with the merchants, it has unique offerings for its customers. <a href="https://dealsdunia.in/">Dealsdunia</a> is currently featuring the many stores ranging from e-commerce to travel websites. They have a huge range of Coupons and offers for online shoppers and Traveller, where they can stay updated with the hotel booking offers, cab booking offers and flight offers. So all put together, Dealsdunia is a one-stop destination where one can find the Coupons and promo code for every need.
  • House Van Holland
    @aaronvanholland
    House Van Holland is a California based studio primarily specializing in wood products for the home. Since its founding in 2011, our team has explored an array of materials and construction techniques to create an assortment of projects including residential furniture, restaurant builds, hotel accessories and more. After much consideration, we've decided to take everything learned in the business of design and manufacturing and apply our experience to a new innovation for the home. Our KARVD collection includes an ongoing series of modular, wood carved wall panels and vertical casegoods to help you design a custom experience for any home or workspace. Easy to install, easy to remove and its arrangements are limited to only your imagination. karvdwalls.com
  • James Perse
    @jamesperse
    James Perse was born in Los Angeles, California in 1972. James' childhood was split between the beach, the hockey rink and the floor of his father's innovative Los Angeles boutique, Maxfield. With Maxfield at the forefront of putting Los Angeles on the fashion map, James received an incidental education on cutting edge fashion from Europe and Asia, on modern architecture, furniture design and on the elegant and the clean-line. Ironically, sports led James to his first foray into fashion. Obsessed with baseball caps, he could never find one that was well designed - with quality construction, shape, fabric and coloring. In 1991, James set out to make the ideal cap for Maxfield and it was not long before customers became clients - film directors ordered hats for their cast and crew and record labels bought them for tours. In 1994 he launched a t-shirt line that rapidly gained loyal fans looking for a seamless blend of luxe and casual. In 1996, James founded his first namesake collection of women's knits, which soon developed into two distinctly wearable collections; Standard James Perse for high-quality basics and James Perse Los Angeles ready-to-wear items, including jackets, sweaters, pants and dresses. In 1998, the brand launched an equally outlined men's collection and later, a line for babies and children. His passion for minimalist architecture influenced by warm west-coast indoor outdoor living and the casual clothing that's inspired by it, ultimately resulted in James' personal design philosophy and aesthetic - low maintenance high fashion - emphasizing elegance and comfort, pairing sophistication with simplicity. James has applied this visionary approach in every step of defining and developing the brand. In 2003, James Perse opened its first retail store. The retail environment acts as a medium for conveying the company's culture, ideas and values. James Perse is also available at top specialty retailers such as Barneys New York, Nordstrom and Saks Fifth Avenue and is sold internationally. James Perse launched its online shopping site in 2007 reaching a broader audience. Currently, a boutique hotel that captures the James Perse lifestyle is in development. For more information or to place an order, please contact Furniture@jamesperse.com or visit the James Perse Showrooms. Text Courtesy of James Perse
  • YZDA | Satomi Yoshida-Katz
    @yzda1025
    Satomi Yoshida-Katz, International Interior Designer, is celebrated for her refined, culturally eclectic design style. With projects as far as afield as Australia, Italy, Japan and throughout the United States, her boutiquedesign studio approaches the timeless design of stylish hotels, resorts, restaurants, corporate offices, and private residences with a sense of curiosity and a variety of design experiences. Satomi has traveled widely, absorbing experiences and ideas from people, fashion, music, and cultural phenomena that are evidenced in the form and aesthetic of her work. Satomi specializes in bringing the project’s identity and the client’s vision to the forefront and engages them throughout the design process. Her goal is to create sophisticated and inspirational environments that reflect the clients’ lifestyle, all delivered within their budgets and schedules while respecting the environment. Satomi has been devoted to creating more sustainable built environments for a number of years. Satomi’s work has been featured in design exhibitions and has appeared in leading design publications worldwide, particularly in the United States, Italy, and Japan Satomi’s work has been featured in design exhibitions and has appeared in leading design publications worldwide, particularly in the United States, Italy, and Japan. Satomi has contributed her talents to a collection of home and office accessories produced by a design-driven manufacturer whose line of products has been sold to MOMA, Guggenheim and other museum and contemporary interior shops throughout the world. Her recent media appearances including Kansai TV’s 7 Rules , a feature documentary, and a business segment on Nikkei-CNBC’s Yoru Express have aired nationally in Japan. Additionally, Satomi has recently been featured on TV Nishi Nippon’s Bi No Kodou, a regional lifestyle program. Rounding out her recent projects in Japan, Satomi conducted a lecture series for a leading retailer of interior furnishings in Tokyo, Japan. www.yzdesignatrium.com
  • Alan Blakely Architectural Photography
    @alanblakelyarchitecturalphotography
    Alan Blakely specializes in jaw-dropping architecture photography, stylish & sophisticated interior photography and captivating & insightful aerial photography. His attention to detail is legendary. On most assignments Alan is joined by his wife Colelyn who brings her skills as a stylist and project coordinator to your photoshoot. Alan is recognized as one of the top architectural photographers at work today, with a career that spans over two decades. He is the founder of The Association of Independent Architectural Photographers, Real Estate Photographers of America & International and Aerial Drone Photographers of America. His work has appeared in most major architecture and interior design publications and he is a regular contributor to The New York Times. Alan is the creator of the innovative SmartZone Exposure System™ for architectural, landscape and real estate photography. He is also a faculty member at the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops. Watch for Alan's soon to be released book, Fundamentals of Architectural Photography™. Available at Amazon and other fine book outlets. Alan's clients include magazines, manufacturers, architects, interior designers, builders, developers, planners and property managers. He's also a favorite of the hospitality, healthcare, building, construction and hotel & resort industries. Alan also offers traditional large format film photography and archival black & white printing for commissioned fine art and historical projects. Discover for yourself why Alan Blakely is one of America's most sought after professional architectural photographers. Alan is available for assignments throughout the United States, Canada and Western Europe. You'll find Alan's rates surprisingly affordable and his usage policy refreshingly friendly.
  • MARA Studio
    @chinh
    CEO & Founder at MARA Studio MARA Studio is an innovative Architecture Development and 3D Visualization studio in Asia. Architect Previously employed at Australian owned firm DDP Projects Limited located in Da Nang, Vietnam. Revit Architecture Trainer Taught Revit Architecture software at Arctin Center (education center for architecture students). Freelancer Work on freelance projects from many countries in the world such as USA, France, South Africa... Qualification Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch.) Da Nang University of Technology. Languages - Vietnamese - English - Spanish Project Experience: - Japanese Culture Office, Vietnam Design Manager | MARA - BaNa French Village, Vietnam Architect | DDP - Vieux Carre' - Super Club Jazz Restaurant, American Architect | Freelance - BaNa Funicular, Vietnam Architect | DDP - Thanh Loi Hotel, Vietnam Architect | Viet Bach - Phil's House, Vietnam Architect - Construction supervisor | DDP - Hoa's House, Vietnam Architect | Freelance - Asia Park, Vietnam Architect | DDP - France Project, France Architect | Freelance - Gold Walk office, Vietnam Architect | Freelance - Hoa Khanh Gas station, Vietnam Architect | DDP - Sa Pa cable car lower station, Vietnam Architect | Freelance - DDP Office, Vietnam Construction Supervisor | DDP - Quang Hanh Hot Spring, Vietnam Architect | DDP - Blush Beach Club, Vietnam Project Manager Assistant | DDP - SaPa Village, Vietnam Architect | DDP ...