Just a quick taste of the extraordinary work of photographer Gregg Segal. He captures these spaces so brilliantly. Great light, interesting composition and a great sense of the house. His website is a scream, his work so quirky and creative. Do not miss his superhero portfolio or the detritus or the pirates, the dreams. Hang it! Don't miss any of it.
While many of you are recovering from too much turkey (and family) and the rest of us are facing a day "at the office" I thought I'd share another of my favourite homes from Airspace. Oooooh! Imagine living in a library. So many books and so much style. IO don't think I'd ever leave home again.
Beach Studios is one of my favourite locations websites. The homes are simple, organic, lived in and filled with lots of white. I gathered some photos that (I hope) we haven't posted before that I love. Inspiration runs amok.
Today I'm stalking the streets of Fitzroy, an inner city suburb of Melbourne (and perhaps my favourite area in that city). This is the architect's own home. Which architect the real estate agent neglects to tell us but we are informed it has 4 bedrooms, open plan living, indoor outdoor living and intelligent design. I love the sense of continuity between the living areas and the garden so important in Australian houses. It's a normal working day here in Australia but I know that the States are celebrating Thanksgiving (not a holiday we have here). I hope you all have a wonderful time with your family today but if you're a Thanksgiving orphan or all "familied" out then pop on over and join me later for a virtual drink in this backyard. (Images from realestate.com.au.)