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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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Wednesday
May202015

Reconnecting with Brian Paquette - part 1

It has been a little while since Jo shared some projects by Seattle interior designer Brian Paquette (here and here), and it seems he has been busy lately so I thought I would share a couple of his latest projects. This one is a home in Victoria, B.C. and has a bit of a gentlemen's club vibe going on. I dig that style for all its leather (chesterfields!) and dark colours. OH YEAH.

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Monday
May112015

RAADstudio

A prewar New York apartment is transformed into a brooding, masculine abode with a nod to the darkside and a temple to the television. Beautiful, bespoke storage features throughout including the gallery display in the entrance foyer. Clean lined and rich. By RAADstudio.

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