Entries in copper (17)

Wednesday
Aug022017

A London residence by Kingston Lafferty Design

I am a huge fan of the unique, eclectic style of Dublin-based interior architecture and design firm Kingston Lafferty. This project is filled with random awesomeness, including glimpses into a dreamy kitchen. The brief was to create a cooking/dining experience that felt like a buzzing restaurant. The aim of the kitchen/dining area design is to add some excitement, fun and design flair within the existing walls of the house. Photos: Barbara Corsico

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Tuesday
Feb212017

What? More stalking?

Stalking a warehouse down a private lane in Sydney's Waterloo. Industrial and a touch of Mediterranean. Check out the copper in the kitchen. Link here while it lasts.

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Tuesday
Jul192016

Modern mid century

Obvious mid century roots have been enhanced by new profiles and a more contemporary line in this house by Sydney-based Nobbs Radford Architects. A sense of light and space is enhanced by soaring ceilings, light wells and voids. A galley kitchen harks back to the 60s but is a modern, fresh take with on point finishes. I'm smitten.

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Tuesday
Dec082015

A penthouse in Kiev

I have never been a fan of condominiums/high-rise apartments. They remind me too much of an office building (where I have worked the past 15 years) and seem so non-homey. This Kiev, Ukraine loft penthouse however, would have me totally converted. This is one of the most considered homes I have ever seen. Every square inch seems to have been carefully thought out, beautifully designed and perfectly executed. I even appreciate the open concept closet. My almost all-black wardrobe would be quite a statement there. Designed by Olga Akulova

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Saturday
Oct172015

Working on a Saturday

Saturday? Work day? Bummer! But there's no need to be glum if you work in someplace stylish and fun. I'd happily drag my sorry self into work if I was a sales assistant at vintage clothing and accessories store, Vintage Sole, by Melbourne-based Moth Design. Yes cool clothes, yes copper pipe hanging racks but whoa, knockout stencil floor idea for those of us who can't afford meters and meters of encaustic tiles.

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