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Thursday
Sep032015

A colourful soul

"We create unique residential environments for living, embodying plush and relaxed solutions extracted from the client's personality. We approach the creation of space with the pure objective to surround and embrace its soul." - The World is Round

What a wonderful, colourful home hides behind the simple, historical facade. Renovation and extension by Sydney-based architectural firm The World is Round.

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Thursday
Sep032015

Mill Valley dreaming

Blogging about incredible design is a hazardous pursuit. I kid you not. Hazardous to your peace of mind. How can I erase from my mind's eye the wondrous sight of these cabins settled within a glorious garden on the slopes of Mill Valley, California? I can't. I'll spend the day dreaming about how and why and when and what I'd do if they were mine and I'll fall asleep with that roof garden slowly intruding my nocturnal revelries. Mill Valley Cabins, home to an artist and a gardener/yoga enthusiast by San Francisco based Feldman Architects.

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Tuesday
Sep012015

Concrete lush

Hard edged sophistication softened by lush fabrics, texture on texture, rambling plantings. Light and air pour into double height spaces with tall doors and windows. No concrete bunker but rich and lush. H House by Bruce Stafford Architects.

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Friday
Aug282015

An Italian home in its original glory

For as long as I can remember I have dreamt about buying a very old home in Europe that is filled with glorious original details and maintaining that while modernizing bits as needed. This home in Italy was pretty much left intact by architecture and design firm Archiplan. Original materials were sealed to maintain their longevity, and some modern touches added to rooms like the kitchen and bathrooms. The result is stunning. 

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Wednesday
Aug262015

A loft by Sand Studios

I still dream of lofts. And this one is HOT. It could use some personal touches and maybe some rugs and some wood in the completely stainless steel kitchen but the bones are totally rad. And it cracked me up to see hardwood stained about as orange/yellow as mine - except it's not oak here, and somehow it's cooler in this environment. By San Francisco architecture firm Sand Studios