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I often get tired of homes that don't look like anyone actually lives there (often the case of architects' portfolios). Perhaps that is why this apartment took my breath away. It is the Chueca, Madrid apartment of British-born photographer Adrian Tyler. It is located in a building built in 1894 and maintains much of the original features, but includes some new touches such as 3 tons of tile from Morocco for the kitchen and bathroom. Throw in some mid-century furniture classics, Adrian's photography and a sh*tload of books and you've got some pretty sweet digs. (Via Neuvo Estilo)
The October issue of Inside Out hits the newsstands on Thursday and once again we have a little something something to whet your appetite. An amuse-bouche. A sneak peek. Managing editor Lee Tran Lam writes "... another great story from the gold-star team of stylist Julia Green and photographer Armelle Habib. This time, they've focused on a unique home that has been transformed from its former life as a worker's cottage (it was actually transported from the Snowy River area to Barwon Heads in Victoria, back in the 1950s). It's a small space, but the architects – Kate Fitzpatrick and Ben Stibbard of Auhus have done lots of clever things to the site. The houndstooth splashback in the kitchen is an especially lovely detail." Yes please! Love the houndstooth, the retro vibe, the colourful rugs, love it all.
Aussie readers can pick up their copy Thursday. Don't fret if you aren't in Australia though because you can read along on Zinio, Google Play and the Apple Newsstand. I've been reading for a couple of months on Zinio and I love it. OK I love the feel and heft of the real magazine in my hands but the online mag is just so convenient. Looks like I'll be reading both!