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Tuesday
Nov152016

Stalking 2

I've dragged myself away from the bright and airy Redfern apartment of the last post and now I'm stalking an old St. Johns Ambulance station in Camperdown, Sydney. The stylish conversion has created a unique home with exposed brick walls and light pouring in through an internal courtyard. What is it about warehouse and loft living that just does it for me? Check out the private studio apartment/garage at the rear. Such a clever idea. Link here while it lasts.

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Saturday
Jul232016

Working on a Saturday

It's like I say time and again. If you have to drag your sorry self into work on a Saturday then it certainly helps if it's somewhere stylish. Like the warehouse offices of Crosspoint Telecommunications by Sydney and Byron Bay-based Sarah Jayne Studios. Best part? You wouldn't have to go if you lived in the first floor convertible apartment space and used the slide.

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Wednesday
Jul062016

Stalking a House for a Painter

It's not healthy for me to stalk the properties for sale on The Modern House. Not healthy at all. You see I get jealous very easily. Take for example this House for a Painter by Dingle Price in London. It really should be a House for Jo. Don't you agree? A former Victorian dairy now a home and studio. It's just what I never knew I really, really wanted.

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Monday
Jun132016

Stalking

It's a cold, wet day and I'm chained to my computer. What's a girl to do? Why surreptitiously real estate stalk that's what. How about a warehouse apartment in inner city Sydney, in über cool Darlinghurst? What I like about this space is that it's old school warehouse, a little rough around the edges, not renovated to death to look like a display home. Open plan, few walls. So while I'm sitting here chained to my computer I'm daydreaming of how I'd configure the space if I owned it. Link here while it lasts.

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Tuesday
Mar292016

Fitzroy Loft

Like a new industrial skeleton within an old brick skin, this 250m2 warehouse conversion in inner-city Melbourne is a mixture of intimate spaces and open voids, family space and public face. I love the light that streams into the heart of the old building, the walls of steel and glass windows and the outside that is actually in. Fitzroy Loft by Architects EAT.