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Thursday
Aug252016

Light and bright by Bicker

Light and bright. The whitest of whites, the palest of woods. Here are a few projects from Melbourne-based interior design firm Bicker. Where subdued colour palettes and textures create a tranquil, relaxed modernist vibe. 

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Wednesday
Aug242016

A beach house in Southampton

Polar opposites of the previous home, this beach house is ultra-modern where the other was traditional. Somewhat OTT in its sheer expanse of space, I appreciate that the interior has earthy, natural elements to remind you of the location, with gorgeous views of the Atlantic ocean. Another dream project by Sawyer | Berson.

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Thursday
Aug112016

A modern apartment

I sometimes wonder how awesome it would be to be married to an architect....who could design me a home with this much attention to detail...where everything has its place. By Paris-based Agence Glenn Medioni.

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Thursday
Aug112016

A blend of traditional and modern 

What a beautiful home designed by Vancouver-based Chrissy Cottrell of Chrissy & Co. Mixing old world charm with modern and graphic elements, the spaces are bold and sophisticated yet playful. A soothing cohesion of contrasting styles. 

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Thursday
Aug042016

A bright, contemporary apartment in Portugal

Cristina Jorge de Carvalho is a force to be reckoned with in the Portugese design scene, creating contemporary/modern spaces that are works of art and creating her own furniture collection that is very impressive. This 170 m2 apartment in Estoril is owned by a successful Brazilian couple as a holiday retreat and with space, openness, light and modernity as the briefing key-words, Cristina set out to create a timeless and contemporary apartment. Among classic pieces by Harry Bertoia, Flos, Hans Wegner and others are several from her own line, such as the storage unit and rug in the entryway. Cristina also made two significant interior architectural alterations to the apartment: the original wall that separated the entrance hall from the living/dining room was replaced by a rotating structure in brass and stainless steel and, with the impressive ocean views in mind, she added a mirror wall to the bar area which not only opens up the kitchen and bar area, but also reflect the light and view. The result is an incredibly beautiful space. 

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