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Sydney Dance Lounge

As promised another project by Villa & Villa. This time the Sydney Dance Lounge. Beautifully set in an historic waterfront location on Sydney Harbour it's a blend of classic and contemporary. The stunning photography again by Anson Smart is equal to this stunning space. Perhaps the perfect spot for a DTI get together?

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Villa + Villa encore

It's amazing what a really good photographer can do to an already wonderful space. We've shared this beach house at MacMasters Beach on the NSW North Coast with you last year. The Villa & Villa design duo (Maria and Eduardo Villa) are the architects and interior designers. Publicist Jacqui Lewis emailed to share the latest pictures of it by photographer Anson Smart. Wow! Fabulous. I loved this house before and now I love it even more. Not only different views but Anson has injected such personality into the space all through his lens. A perfect house just became even more enticing!




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Parsonson Architects

Here are a few things that really do it for me: plywood used as a material for cabinets/walls etc., an incredible view out of floor to ceiling windows, vaulted ceilings, quirky shaped windows, the perfect red door...and I found all these in the portfolio of New Zealand based Parsonson Architects.

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Axis Mundi

The design firm of New York based John Beckmann, Axis Mundi creates spaces that are contemporary and clean lined. Modern work that is concise and practical but also unique and chic. Think of it as uncluttering to provide focus. Beckmann plays with scale to provide excitement and provides just enough tension to capture your attention. It's minimalism but with glamour.




Roman and Williams

Robin Standefer and Stephen Alesch of Roman and Williams Buildings and Interiors (based in New York City) are my new favourite design duo. I absolutely love every photo in their portfolio. TO DIE FOR. They rock all sorts of styles - there's a bit of mid-century, vintage industrial, Moroccan, contemporary country, modern...it's all freaking gorgeous and looks so effortless, and timeless. I'm taking many notes and saving many photos.