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Wednesday
Aug262015

A loft by Sand Studios

I still dream of lofts. And this one is HOT. It could use some personal touches and maybe some rugs and some wood in the completely stainless steel kitchen but the bones are totally rad. And it cracked me up to see hardwood stained about as orange/yellow as mine - except it's not oak here, and somehow it's cooler in this environment. By San Francisco architecture firm Sand Studios

Tuesday
Aug112015

An apartment by Tavares Duayer Arquitetura

I came across this apartment by São Paulo architecture firm Tavares Duayer because BLACK, BRICK, CONCRETE, SUBWAY TILES...all of which results in a really cool industrial, masculine-vibe space. The black windows and doors are a nice touch too. The decor is well done too, but I would change out the light fixtures everywhere but the enamel kitchen pendants.   

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Friday
Jul312015

Lakeside lair

Moody and brooding. Modern masculine with a touch of retro. Wood on the walls and mah jong sofa on the floor. A stylish lair for entertaining and relaxing. And then there is the water. Lakes 1 via Airspace locations.

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Tuesday
Jul142015

A conceptual apartment - dark and industrial

I have such respect for people who are talented in the area of graphics. I had to take a graphics course in college for my computer science diploma and it was BRUTAL (you have no idea how long it took me to create a 3D cube and make it rotate). Denis Krasikov is not only a very talented CG artist but his interior design concept for this masculine, industrial apartment for a chief editor of a Russian gaming magazine is equally as impressive. And yes, I love the hallway tile. :)

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Thursday
Jul022015

Vintage masculine

Vintage masculine. Rustic meets Manhattan manly. Why am I trying to put a label on it when it already tells a story we can all understand? It's an eclectic mix of country in the city with a hint of industrial, found object and gentleman's den. Leather and wood, wool and metal. Layers of texture with stories to tell. West 60th Street by Manhattan-based BHDM Design.

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