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Tuesday
Apr262016

Out the back

It's what Australian architects seem to do so well. The extension, the addition to an old house that opens the living areas up and out. House facades and streetscapes are maintained while out the back clever two storey additions fulfil family needs for modern living. Love the monochromatic palette of this home warmed by the rich wood accents. Contemporary, clean lined, sleek and stylish (although I'm a little worried that, at least here in Australia, the Flos Lighting Aim Lamps are in danger of going the way of Tom Dixon's Beat Lights and become ubiquitous). Elwood House by Melbourne-based Architecture and Interior Design practice Therefore Studio.

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Monday
Apr182016

Greg Natale's apartment

When you're the king of glamour and pattern and graphic design, of course your apartment would be all of the above. Welcome to the Darlinghurst apartment of Greg Natale. Monochromatic in black and white with accents of pink, this space is hot, as all his designs are. 

Monday
Apr112016

The Mark Apartment

It took the owners 3 years to find the perfect art deco apartment ... well almost perfect. That's when they turned to Sydney-based interior design studio arnoldlane to create their dream home.A few judicious tweaks of the floor plan and the spatial flow was just right. The all white colour palette was enhanced with added mouldings and panelling providing the perfect backdrop for the antique and mid century furniture. It's elegant, restrained, classic yet contemporary and simply beautiful.

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Thursday
Apr072016

Elysium

What's black and white and modern all over? (With some original architectural features here and there...) Elysium by Architect Prineas. Sharing their love for simplicity and the Flos Aim pendant. (Photos: Chris Warnes)

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Thursday
Mar312016

Black and white

Crisp, contemporary lines in classic black and white. A modern kitchen in classic black and white with a hint of the tradition in the bay window and shutters. I often overlook those little socks on bentwood chairs and stools but don't they pop in this space. PRK Residence in Melbourne by Biasol: Design Studio.