Entries in architect (1840)

Saturday
May142016

Working on a Saturday

It's like I say week after week. If you have to drag your sorry self into work on a Saturday then it certainly helps if it's somewhere stylish and this architectural "shop front" is one cool workspace.

Tasmanian architectural studio Room11 moved from their "spacious rooftop studio in the middle of the city to a street interface, seeking greater engagement with the public. The petite space is left as is, sprayed black with a singular intervention, a hovering timber display and work box."

Clever, clever, clever.

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Friday
May132016

Behind the curtain

Clever, flexible small space solutions when every square metre counts. Studio apartment living by Melbourne-based Architecture Architecture.

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Friday
May132016

The vertical loft

Designed as a live/work space for an artist the standout design feature of this home is the freestanding OSB shelving system that rises over four floors with access from each level. The first two floors are devoted the studio space and storage with racking system for paintings and the cube storage while climbing higher brings you to the living areas on the top two floors. Modern minimalism contained within a 100 year old shell. DL House by Nuno Alves de Carvalho of Portuguese architecture and design firm URBAstudios.

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Wednesday
May112016

Black box

It's like a stage, a theatre set for living. In the centre of this 75m2 apartment in the 6th Arrondissement of Paris sits a black box. Within lies the sleeping chamber of this edgy and moody home. Equally as interesting is the kitchen, laboratory like, waiting for its culinary chemist. Stylish French living by Agence Marie Deroudilhe.

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Tuesday
May102016

Les Parcs in Saint-Tropez

In need of a little Tuesday pick-me-up? A break from the everyday? A virtual vacay in paradise? As much as I would love to be on a plane headed to Saint-Tropez to brush up on my French and my faded tan and relax, I will take this dose of eye candy of Les Parcs designed by Mis-en scène 40. Glorious! You'll probably find me on the premises drooling over those cactuses, or lounging on one of those Bertoia Bird chairs. (A couple more features on this firm here and here)

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