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Wednesday
Dec132017

Warehouse living in inner-city Sydney

I've always dreamed of warehouse living but this Surry Hills conversion by Josephine Hurley Architecture takes it to the next level. Those windows are to die for, the brick on fleek and the modern minimalism the perfect counterfoil to this historic industrial building.

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Thursday
Nov092017

The beauty of windows

I am envious of people who live in homes with soaring cielings with windows that seem endless. My home may have beautiful stained and leaded glass windows but they aren't very big so I get patches of direct light in certain rooms for about a half hour each day. It is definitively a love/hate relationship. Instead I live vicariously through other people's homes, like these with windows and doors to die for by McAlpine

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Tuesday
Nov072017

A renovated, modern home in Toronto

This newly renovated home in the Roncesvalles/High Park neighbourhood of Toronto is an absolutely gorgeous example of taking an old home and making it modern and functional. That huge painting in the dining room is a perfect dose of colour and whimsy, and I am dying over the black steel windows - especially the ones over the kitchen sink. I would fill that ledge with allllll the plants. :) By Pivot Design

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Wednesday
Sep272017

Another restored home in London by Undercover Architecture

What is not to love about this house???!! You have some original features like these crazy huge glass door/window situations, moldings and panelling, then add in a couple of hidden doors (!!!!!), a beautiful kitchen, what looks like Dinesen wood floors and a bathroom wrapped in marble. DYING!!! Another project in London by Undercover Architecture

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Tuesday
Jul252017

The Stables

Strong, resolved and enriching architecture. That is what New Zealand design boutique practice McKinney + Windeatt Architects aims to provide and their project, The Stables is a fine example. From its ivy clad walls to the dramatic profile of floor to ceiling, wall to wall steel and glass windows curtains flapping in the breeze, from the cosy confines of the exposed brick kitchen to the bright sunlight streaming in to the adjoining private terrace, all joined by the consistent march of the connecting staircase the house is part stage, part gallery, all home.

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