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Monday
Nov052007

Brownstowe

Brownstowe are a multidisciplinary design firm from Melbourne. Clean contemporary lines distinguish their work. Minimalist but oh so liveable their work is not precious but beautifully considered. Check out the rest of their portfolio including refurbishment of 60s and 70s apartment blocks here.

Images from Brownstowe

Monday
Nov052007

Pattern Queen


Katrin Cargill is a creative producer extraordinaire. Imagine being a talented interior designer. Then imagine creating visual images for advertising. Then you produce style features for magazines. Your clients include Zoffany and Jane Churchill and you styled that now infamous and absolutely beautiful cow parsley wallpaper shot. You have written 14 books and designed rugs for the Rug Company. Katrin's mastery of pattern is amazing!



Images from Katrin Cargill

Wednesday
Oct312007

Woodson and Rummerfield's House of Design Part II

Back in February, Jo posted about this hot LA-based design firm. I happened upon their website recently and there were so many glamourous interiors that Jo didn't get to post that I thought they deserved a second mention. These photos...now that's HOT.

Wednesday
Oct312007

Cindy Ray


Boston born Palm Beach based interior designer Cindy Ray has a way with colour. The rooms here have a tradition vibe but with the unexpected touch of deepest brown or rich green. There's drama and panache in her rooms. But Cindy isn't tied to tradition as the kitchen and bathroom in this series show. Love the details.


Images from Cindy Ray

Tuesday
Oct302007

OMG I need to live here!


I have found my new interior design star and her stunning house near the lake in Zurich, Switzerland. Sue Rohrer is the genius behind these rooms. I think this passage from her feature in the Andrew Martin International Interior Design Review says it all.

"Designer: Sue Rohrer. Company Sue Rohrer Zumikon, Zurich, Switzerland. Wants to study at St Martin's School of Art, London. Could be exiled with just her Amex card. Would paint her whole house black. Feels that cars should run on alternative energy. Would love to be painted by Modigliani. Covets an Alexander Calder mobile. Wants to do lunch with Karl Largerfeld.
Fantasy cover story: Financial Times' How To Spend It magazine,
'Biggest Lottery Winner, ever.'"

Go immediately to her website. Go go what are you waiting for? There are too too many fabulous OTT rooms. LOVE!

Images from Sue Rohrer