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Tuesday
Oct182016

Studio Maclean

We've long been obsessed by Jason Maclean's work (here) but I must say that I'm elevating my obsession to superfan status after seeing this minimalist kitchen in his West London renovation. Yes the rest of the house is starkly chic but this kitchen is a standout. Form follows function with a simplicity that is strikingly beautiful. By Studio Maclean.

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Friday
Sep092016

A compact + modern apartment in Moscow

A contrast of white plaster and raw, rust-washed concrete. Painted brick counterbalances sleek kitchen cabinetry. A simple, bright, modernist approach was taken by architecture firm Crosby Studios with this 590 sq ft Soviet era apartment. The addition of plants throughout make this an A+ home in my book. (More of their work here, here and here)

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Friday
Sep022016

The beauty of simplicity

Sometimes we get carried away with adding more and more design details to our rooms. Layering on the textures, adding more and more pieces of furniture, more and more bells and whistles, losing the essence of a space, concentrating on the accoutrements not the substance. Connecticut interior designer Calla McNamara's work is defined by neutral color palettes, minimalist architecture and natural materials. It is clean lined and considered, beautiful in its simplicity. A breath of fresh air.

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Friday
Aug262016

A brutalist loft

Brutalist concrete meets European minimalism and Eastern aesthetics. Light and dark, hard and soft, manmade and natural with a leitmotif of grid like patterns and screens. Faliro Loft by Greek architectural firm esé Studio.

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Friday
Aug052016

Coming in from the garden

Last month I got your creative garden juices flowing with a stunning specimen garden by Eckersley Garden Architecture but all along there was the tease of the house beyond. Now it's time to come in from the garden and enjoy the contemporary garden pavilion that is an addition to the original Edwardian building. Minimalist style at its very best with the border between inside and out all but dissolving. Baffle House by Clare Cousins Architects.

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