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Wednesday
Feb082017

Cabanon

A wee, white shed by the sea in the Èze region of France. It may be small in size but it's big on style. Piano on the deck anyone? Cabanon by Monaco-based architectural duo Humbert & Poyet.

Thursday
Feb022017

The luxury of lo-fi

"Purposefully lo-fi, The Retreat embraces a low-tech aesthetic towards the operation of the building itself, fully embodying the idea of retreat and slowing down. Celebrating craftsmanship and integrity of materiality instead of technology, every wall of the building have been designed to contain components that manually fold, open and close to manipulate the space and transform the program of the building."

More and more these days I don't need large and ostentatious. I don't need transplanted and often inappropriate design styles. I do need quality and craftsmanship, beauty and a sense of purpose and place. I do need a slow building for slow living. I would love this multi-use private retreat/studio, not as a stylish folly but as my home. (I'd just need a storage shed conveniently out of sight or the willpower to divest myself of the treasure and junk I have accumulated over the years.) The Retreat in Balnarring, Victoria by Branch Studio Architects.

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Wednesday
Feb012017

Glasshouse Residence

Brisbane-based design firm Maytree Studios say they're humans first and architects second. Their emphasis on affordability, reuse and how people live and thrive within their designs is at the forefront of their Glasshouse Residence. Simple yet stylish, open-plan with an industrial vibe, warm and human-scale.

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Tuesday
Jan312017

The bold style of Shalini Misra

Welcome to the big, beautiful and bold world of British interior and architectural design firm Shalini Misra, where originality is key, contemporary style is everything and the spaces are daring yet playful. 

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Monday
Jan302017

William T. Georgis - keeping decor classy and a bit wacky

William T. Georgis is an architect and interior designer from New York whose style is very much high-class with some wacky, bold accents such as massive graphic wall art, some very bizarre sculptural art, the most beautiful curved sectional I think I have ever seen, and "bullet glass" in a bathroom. Statement spaces that are innovative and far from trendy. 

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