Rove Concepts
Friday
Dec182009

Update from Miguel Flores-Vianna

One of our favourite photographers, Miguel Flores-Vianna, emailed to let us know he's revamped his website and thought we might want to take a look. Not only does his new site look great but it's full of new photos we haven't posted before (check out this post from last year). They are as stunning as always - and I think there's a couple in there of India Hick's home. That's right - he shot India, her family and home for Domino magazine!

  
  
  
  
  

Friday
Dec182009

Thinly sliced

Here's the skinny. Every day as I walk to work I see a stiletto of steel slicing the sky. Not a skyscraper but a pencil thin house designed by architectural firm Codd Stenders. I often daydream of living in this house right in the centre of town that is mere 3 metres wide spread over 3 floors. Yes 3 metres Kim. (Does it remind you of your 12 ft wide Canadian home?) Today we get to stalk Villa Gotha. It's for sale. What you see is what you get. One room wide. Link here while it lasts.

Thursday
Dec172009

And yet more from Eric Roth

You may call it it laziness, but I call it smitten-ness. More Eric Roth photos to appease your design cravings. And in case you missed it yesterday there's more here and here. Oh - I'm curious to know what you all think of the kitchen in the last photo. Now that's Bold, with a capital B.

  
  
  

Thursday
Dec172009

Wendy Posard

Traditional but fresh. California architect and interior designer Wendy Posard takes classical style, mixes in contemporary sensibility and comes up with a modern take on elegance. Simply timeless with an emphasis on craftsmanship these homes will weather any fickle fad and remain as beautiful for many years to come.

  

  

  

  

  

Wednesday
Dec162009

Eric Roth, yet again

Eric Roth has been a favourite interior photographer of mine for some time. I blogged about his incredible photography last year and Jo blogged about him the year before. I was drooling over his website yet again and found many more to-die-for interiors captured breathtakingly by his camera. So many that I may have to do yet another post.