• City Escape: Ljubljana

    DevelopmentDesignMarketing Ljubljana is the true charmer of a city. Easily walkable, with striking historical heritage and vibrant outdoor eating and coffee culture. We've asked a couple of our local friends to sum up their favourite places they love spending time at. In this guide you will find the list they've come up with combined with [...] More  →
  • Greenery: Bring the Outside In

    Ever wondered how the idea of indoor plants became so popular? Houseplants were once status symbols, meant to impress. From Roman times to renaissance, with lavish orangeries, indoor plants were in domain of wealthy. Later, the industrial revolution coupled with advancements in architecture allowed for better-heated homes and more natural light. Houseplants became mainstream in [...] More  →
  • City Escape: Budapest

    Budapest is a stunning city, divided in two by the majestic river Danube. Buda with its romantic streets and Ottoman-era thermal baths radiates calm and peace, while Pest is vibrant and lively, rich in cultural and historical treasures. We've asked a couple of our local friends to sum up their favourite places they love spending [...] More  →
  • New & Now: Spring at Utopiast

    New & Now: Spring at Utopiast

    Prepare to make the most of longer, warmer days with our new arrivals that shine especially when the sun comes out. We have brought together timeless, classic shapes and neutral tones by our independent designers and brands that will allow you to combine them in infinite ways depending on the context. 05 studio Based in [...] More  →
  • It’s a Wrap: Milan Design Week

    So it is time to reflect on the grand designs, brilliant innovations and breathtaking exhibitions that made up the lifeblood of Milan Design Week. This years Design Week has been the most visited edition ever. The vast number of visitors is a great sign for the trade, but a bit scary too. You start to line [...] More  →
  • Sandra: What I’m Into This Spring

    utopiast's co-founder shares her spring obsessions. WHITE SHIRT White shirt shouts SPRING with a thousand exclamation points. I've already wrote an ode to it here but seriously: what is not to love about a garment that so easily translates from bed to meeting and later to the beach? GOLD I was always more of a [...] More  →
  • Things to Do and See: April – June

    Take advantage of warmer temperatures and longer days with our selection of cultural activities from around the region ranging from photography exhibitions, talks to art and designs weeks. Look no further for the cultural boost you don’t want to miss! Egon Schiele. The Jubilee show. Leopold Museum, Wien, Austria: February 23 - November 4, 2018 [...] More  →
  • Get your Space Ready for Spring: 6 Simple Steps

    There is something about soft spring light that makes me want to banish the cozy winter essentials and start getting ready for spring. And as much as I would like to go bonkers for complete house revamping every season, I will opt for minor changes; so lets focus on details. So for today’s post I [...] More  →
  • prostoria: Innovation as Social Responsibility

    Design brand Prostoria was created from the desire to transmit the love for aesthetics to everyday objects. The company considers aesthetic as a necessity but also acknowledges the importance of practical, functional and innovative which ultimately reflects in design of timeless objects. Prostoria is a story about the reintroduction of continuity both in Croatia and Central [...] More  →
  • What I am Into this January

    Katja sharing her current obsessions: Neutrals I do not know why, but lately I have been obsessing with neutral interiors. Usually I gravitate to dark, almost masculine interiors. It all started with one sublime photo, than I searched for inspiration at Pella Hedeby and Lotta Agaton. And now it is all about neutrals. Neutrals are anything but [...] More  →
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