Entries in black and white (295)

Friday
Aug252017

Ivanhoe House

Nestling into the slope this split level house by Melbourne-based Technē Architecture + Interior Design sees light filled public spaces rotating off a central dark spine. Family living is bespoke, understated and stylish all the while not distracting from the beautiful bushland surrounds.

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Wednesday
Aug232017

Lakeville

Simplicity, beautiful, almost quiet simplicity. No ostentation, no look at me, look at me loudness. Just a stylish sense of what is needed for living well ... and simply. Lakeville by Grey Dove Design

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Sunday
Aug132017

Sunday at the barbershop

I love my hair stylist, but he works out of a rowhouse he owns that he never really decorated and is waiting for an offer so he's not putting any money into it. Because I spend at least 2 hours a day there every 8 weeks, it would be a much more pleasant experience if it looked as awesome as this barbershop (but he often brings his dogs, so that makes up for the lack of design). One Love Barbershop in Nice, France was designed by Baldini Architecture and I adore the somewhat random and dark colour palette. That shade of green is delish. 

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Monday
Aug072017

Black and white in the city

This 2 bedroom Park Slope apartment by BHDM design with its high contrast black and white colour palette, rich tobacco brown leather and brass highlights is a stylish example of cosmopolitan cool. Edgy and urbane, sophisticated and oh so smooth.

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Saturday
Aug052017

Working on a Saturday

Many years ago I worked weekends in an art gallery to help put myself through university. No one had to drag me kicking and screaming to work. I loved it. So I guess featuring this gallery design by lsl architects doesn't really fit my usual mantra for working on a Saturday but what the heck I love the black and white contrast and the strict aesthetic of the space.

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