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A Park Slope gut renovation

Take a 4-story Romanesque Revival multi-residence brownstone in Park Slope built in 1899. Completely gut it, and add CWB Architects and Pilaster Contracting for 2 years of renovations. Restore part of the parlour floor, add a floor-to-ceiling windowed addition combined with some decor magic from Tamara  Eaton and you have a pretty spectacular "new" home. Then put it on the market for $7.5 M. 

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Window seat

It's the little things. It could have been a simple window. Let in the light, some fresh air. By boxing out the opening with a wider, built-in bench and a sliding window all you need to do is just throw in some pillows and it's an inviting nook. Waverley House by Sydney-based architectural firm Angus Mackenzie.



Textured minimalism

Slick brick, textured minimalism, an emphasis on construction, on materials, on details. Raw and rough becoming more sophisticated, smoother as you progress through this prewar loft in NYC’s Greenwich Village. By Raad.

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Working on a Saturday

It's the weekend and you have to work. No need to look so glum if your work place is as amazing as Napoleon Perdis' palace to beauty and glamour. On Chapel St in Melbourne's South Yarra it's a retail fantasy of cosmetics, fashion, home decor and makeup academy. Installation and emporium. OTT and theatrical. Stagy and sexy. Dirty blonde chandelier anyone? By Studiobird.

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A random assortment from Septembre Architecture 

I thought I would share a random assortment of images from other projects by Septembre Architecture. A renovation and extension of a traditional courtyard house in Hammamet, Tunisia... a wooden cabin with sauna and bedroom on the island of Trossö, Sweden... a renovation of a 70m² apartment for a family of four in the 19th district of Paris... a renovation of a 70m² apartment in the 19th arrondissement of Paris... a renovation of a 110 m² apartment in the first arrondissement of Paris. Photos: Sophia Baraket, David Foessel

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