Micheal Haverland clearly has a thing for classic mid-century furniture. His designs are centered around these and lots of modern artwork. Anyone with the balls to use a pink Eames lounger in a space is on the top of my list of designers to admire.
I was looking through some old magazines and found some photos in Ottawa Magazine of the home of architect Hank Kloosterman in the Gatineau Hills. Who knew there was such a fabulous modern home in the midst of the forest?
He has some fabulous MCM chairs, that suit the modern interior. Amazing red galvanized steel ceiling, concrete floors and cement block walls (the home is made up of 2,800 of them).
Obviously a lover of steel, the fireplace is made of painted red l-beams and the bathroom is surrounded in steel. The bathroom sink is VERY creative - made from a wok, glass plate and a funnel.