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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.

Friday
Mar182016

Swing

London's most inspiring spaces and hosts. That's the claim made by The Plum Guide who hand pick the best of the best vacation rentals in the UK capital. The most beautiful designs, the coolest locations, the best hosts, those special homes you know you really want to stay in. The Plum Guide makes sure the spaces are amazing and then send in their photographers and stylists to make sure the listing images have you salivating. Don't take my word for it. Visit the site and check them out in full screen. Like Swing, a two bedroom warehouse apartment in Shoreditch, home to a photographic artist and an architect. I know I say it all the time but this time I really mean it ... I'd never want to leave.

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Wednesday
Dec162015

Family warehouse

A rented warehouse apartment with no furniture. A dad and his young kids looking for a family space. A home where said dad could entertain as well. Solution by London-based RFR Property . Love the relaxed, boho, vibe.

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Saturday
Nov142015

Working on a Saturday

Simple lines. Clean aesthetics. Fabulous loft space. If you have to drag yourself into work on a weekend then fingers crossed it's somewhere as stylish as this. The Melbourne offices of digital agency Evolution 7 by Hecker Guthrie.

Wednesday
Nov042015

Stalking a warehouse

I think it's the external space that I love the most in this Fitzroy North warehouse. Don't get me wrong. I love (most) of the inside as well but it's the walled garden effect, the exposed roof trusses, the creepers and pool that are tickling my fancy. I'd change one or two things inside this inner-city Melbourne home but that's only due to a difference in taste. I'm sitting here staring at the computer screen figuring how to arrange my furniture and art in a home I'm stalking and even going to purchase. Tragic am I not? Link here while it lasts.

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