A limited palette but maximum appeal. Stark modern interiors by Paris architectural firm Joseph Dirand. Oh the luxury of pure minimalism. Imagine having a sleek and often hidden home for the "things" of everyday life. Clean lines may be cold to some but heaven to others. And just a hint of aged timber to warm the heart!
I have a serious obsession with the colour grey, and when I found the portfolio of Parisian architect and interior designer Robert Gervais, I was in heaven. Grey walls, grey floors, grey doors....OH MY. There is other good stuff too but I keep coming back to the grey. In period homes like this, it's a magical colour and makes a beautiful backdrop for interesting architecture and furnishings.
The photos are as clean and minimal as the spaces they portray. This is architectural photography as fine art and it's no surprise as Sarah Blee studied just that before embarking on her career. Magazines include the big guns like Elle Decoration, Abitare, Dwell, World of Architecture, the list goes on. Cutting edge contemporary architecture captured by a seriously good photographer. Stark and beautiful.
I am so ridiculously sick of winter and though spring is slooooooowly arriving, I am craving warm weather, flip flops and a tan something fierce. I've had the following photos stashed for quite some time, and I think this is the perfect time to share them.
DVA is an architectural, landscape and interior design firm based in Mexico whose projects have taken them throughout Mexico, South America, France and the Caribbean. Such exotic and breathtaking designs....I can smell the sea and feel the sand between my toes.