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Friday
Oct112013

My kind of cottage

Jennifer Worts may be pretty freaking awesome at designing contemporary city homes, but she's got a knack for designing cottages with a bit of a modern-country flair as well. Casual and comfortable with hints of a beach theme yet still chic and contemporary. The PERFECT cottage. 

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Friday
Oct112013

Jennifer Worts new stuff

It's been quite some time since we featured Toronto interior designer Jennifer Worts. I see she's been hard at work perfecting her craft, and I am a huge fan of the less classic, more contemporary vibe she has gone with. I feel like I should give her the title of the Canadian Queen of Kitchens and Bathrooms because WOWZERS, they are spectacular. Each space is totally magazine worthy. (Stay tuned later for cottage spaces like you've never seen!)

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Friday
Oct112013

Sunshine

Oh to wake up in a bedroom like this. Sunshine and smiles everyday. Another great space by Bagchee Architects.

Friday
Oct112013

The perfect marriage

In a wood in Amagansett, Long Island there is a coming together of architect and client, of the rural building traditions of Long Island and Finnish Design. Three discreet buildings bound together by glass passages. Shingle and siding, rural and industrial, communal and private, view and personal space, polished concrete and painted wood. A marriage of man made and nature, of a building and a home. A perfect marriage. Amagansett House by Bagchee Architects.

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Thursday
Oct102013

37.2

I thought I'd get a bit artsy fartsy with you all this afternoon and feature two really creative projects by Parisian architecture firm 37.2 (made up of Francesca Bonesio and Nicolas Guiraud). First up we've got "cook on the wild side". This domestic installation is a portrait of our client Lise. Made of multiple oak pieces, it shows two distinctive sides of Lise's personality. The corridor side is a very symmetrical, neat, precise and tidy structure that turns wild. The kitchen side is a very instinctive, light and chaotic design that seems more fragile. What a fun way to hide an ugly hood fan!

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