Justyna Friedberg's Morpho Studio is at it again. First we featured an advertising agency her firm (based in Poland) designed, now it's an exclusive lingerie boutique, located in a historic, renovated tenement in Kraków’s Old Town. There are several intriguing features, like the use of an antique Singer sewing machine that was fitted with a top and serves as a coffee table and the creation of a counter that looks like three huge drawers put one on top of the other. It's gorgeous - love the white scheme that really showcases the products, and the whitewashed fittings are beautiful and give a bit of a casual feel. (Visual Merchandising by Monika Harlacz – mhshowroom and photography by Magdalena Pacana)
This post is one of 3 I have planned for today of some designs we've been emailed as of late. I'm taking you into the commercial design world (for a bit of a change from our usual residential interiors) of a new designer out of San Francisco - Lauren Geremia of Geremia Design. "She is leading the pack in restaurant, bar and office design in SF. Formally trained as a painter at RISD, her style has an extreme artistic approach. She always combines reclaimed pieces with unique wallpapers from companies like Trove, and furniture from companies like Uhuru." I like her funky style. Can't wait to see the residential projects she's got coming up next year.
It has been hard to find houses to real estate stalk lately. The Australian house market has stalled and everyone is waiting with baited breath to see what happens next. It's not so much real estate stalking but real estate skimming, flicking from page to page and never stopping to stare through the virtual windows. Today's house is a very sophisticated, inner city pad. I'm imagining a stylish gentleman of a certain age with a successful career perhaps in a creative industry, many friends but no one special in his life or should that be no one person. He is an epicurian, a bon vivant, well travelled and always in demand. His dinner parties are legendary but alas he has so little time to relax these days. OK this is getting freaky. I feel I really am stalking the owner. Back to the house! Enjoy!
Back in '07 Jo blogged about the remarkable portfolio of interior designer Meg Braff, mentionning her passion for color, fabric and pattern. Well, things haven't changed much in almost 3 years, as her portfolio is abundant with vibrant and fresh designs that are awe-inspiring. I particularly love her Asian touches. GORG!!
You can have a New York state of mind, California dreaming and London calling but can you have a New England vibe? James R. Salomon can. This talented photographer imbues his shots with a casual summer beach meets autumnal woods and long grass waving in a sea breeze sort of understanding. It's family and home, relaxed lifestyle and an every day easy elegance. It's the buzz of the city and the peace of the country. It's aspirational but not unobtainable. It's James' fabulous photos. So much more after the jump.