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Tuesday
Nov252014

You had me at hello

You are definitely no wallflower. You are just a bit loud and proud. Always a happy face on display it's what's hidden within that has me wondering. What are you hiding? I bet you're warm and embracing, modern but old fashioned in your hospitality. I know you used to be a shop house but you've had a bit of work done recently. Please let me in. I need to get to know you more. Hello House by Melbourne based OOF! Architecture.

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Tuesday
Nov112014

The Farm

On 100 acres with a view of Lake Ontario sits The Farm. Architect Cindy Renderly's clients wanted something modern but appropriate for the country. A gabled roof line is in keeping with a typical barn structure, but inside it's minimalist and not-so-farm-like. Cindy used Douglas fir plywood on the ceilings to add warmth, and it's a beautiful choice. An artist's studio is an added bonus, separated from the main house by a courtyard. Despite being a tad bleak looking in the winter, this must be such a peaceful retreat, especially in summer. 

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Saturday
Oct252014

Working on a Saturday

You've heard me lament before about working on a weekend. It's still true that I'd be a lot happier if I could spend the day in a work place as stylish as this. The joy of joinery. Plywood pleasure. Shiver. Mil Constructions' warehouse, workshop and office by Doherty Design Studio.

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Friday
Sep052014

In the dog box

Three young architects quit their jobs, form their own firm, buy a cheap block of land and spend a year building their design themselves and end up in the dog box. Sorry that should read end up with an award winning DOGBOX. Design put into hands on practice by New Zealand's Patch WorK Architecture.

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Tuesday
Aug262014

Love

What's a girl to do? It was love at first sight. Actually more like lurve. Simple, stylish, sexy bedroom by Amber Road please be mine.