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Wednesday
Oct302013

Little white box

Could you live in 28 square metre apartment? I don't think I could. Where would I put all my stuff? I'm such a hoarder. But I'm always fascinated by clever spatial solutions to living small. A puzzle box of an apartment in Madrid, Spain by Beriot Bernardini Arquitectos.

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Wednesday
Sep252013

Sit and Read

I'd love to take the time to sit in the sunshine in this Williamsburg studio. Perhaps read. Or drink coffee and flick through records with a couple of friends. Chat and relax and bounce plans for the day's activities back and forward. I think this would be my very cool friend's home and I would spend way too much time there. The sit and read reference is apt in this case. The studio was designed by Brooklyn based creative agency Sit and Read.  Photography by Brian W. Ferry and no not that Brian Ferry.

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Wednesday
Sep182013

Inblum

A blank canvas, an empty page to be written on with life's experiences and daily detritus. A place on which to put one's stamp. Pure and puritan. Asymmetrical and multidimensional. Open plan and yet connected. Modern living in the Old Town and New Town, Vilnius by Lithuanian design firm Inblum.

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Wednesday
Aug212013

Muriel Cibot

A simple French apartment that may be small in size but big in style. Ideas to steal? The whitewashed old door track mounted to save space, the red cords on the island lights and a bookcase that makes a statement in an otherwise calm space. By interior designer Muriel Cibot. Très bon.

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Wednesday
Aug142013

Apartment 1511

I've got another small apartment for you designed by Brazilian architect Alan Chu and Cristiano Kato (see previously featured apartment here). This one has 2 of my favourite design elements - flat black and raw/rustic looking wood. And they work SO WELL together. The kitchen tile is very odd but it's growing on me - likely because it's such an unexpected element with the rest of the apartment. I could absolutely live here. 

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