Did you see this gorgeous apartment in Valerie Pasquiou's portfolio? It's the SoHo loft of Sue Hosteler, author of Hip Hollywood Homes. I want to move in right away. I love the minimalist feel with just enough midcentury clutter. I know, I know it's an amazing loft space and with classic pieces in such a stunning white envelope you could hardly go wrong but Valerie and Sue have nailed it.
Loving the signature style of Valerie Pasquiou The website says it best, "Undeniably modern yet able to blend different world cultures with a variety of historic periods, Valerie Pasquiou's designs are refreshingly unique and consistently timeless." There is a definite zen like feel to these very livable spaces. Valerie believes in the importance of the personal in her designs. No cold soul-less "art gallery" rooms with the trophy modern sofa.
Gabrielle Hächler and Andreas Fuhrimann are architects based in Zurich, Switzerland who design modern residential and commercial spaces like no one's business. Simple designs with minimal details, the emphasis is on the importance of nature and the views outdoors, and basic materials such as concrete and plywood.
Whether it's designing her own office space to bachelor pads and commercial spaces Ashley Roi Jenkins has a hip and fresh style. She's also at home fusing historical details with the modern and practical. The first few pictures are of her own design office (contained within her San Francisco home) and wow, I love it. Clever use of closet space as office space.