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Thursday
Apr022015

A monochrome workspace

I sometimes crave a minimalist and monochromatic space - the calm it exudes would be so relaxing for a workspace. Which is what Hege of the blog Hege in France was lucky enough to experience. A while ago she rented a studio with Deborah of Ollie & Seb's Haus and it was really rough in the beginning. It had magnolia-colours walls and bright blue carpet. But then Hege went to town with some sandpaper and some paint...

The industrial space with large windows was brightened right up with all the white paint and was the perfect backdrop for a monochromatic workspace. Details are on Hege's blog here

Saturday
Mar212015

Working on a Saturday

So starkly elegant. So, so restrained. Like the essence of good taste, distilled, concentrated and stoppered in a crystal bottle. Open it and your head hurts. A hairdressing salon with Art Deco references and beautiful bespoke fittings and furniture by Pietro Russo. Of course the shots are of the space sans clutter, towels and hair clippings but then again such an exclusive salon would have a bevy of apprentices at the ready to sweep and zhush.

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Thursday
Feb052015

Library love

Love the light streaming in. Love the mix of old and new. Love the cheeky flash of red. Love this library/workspace by Barcelona-based ds Architecture and Design.

Saturday
Jan242015

Working on a Saturday

It's just not fair having to drag your sorry old arse into work on a Saturday so you know what I say? If you have to go ... go somewhere fabulous! Like either of these offices for advertising agency Pereira & O'Dell in New York and San Francisco by interior designer Antonio Martins.  Yes please! First NYC ...

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Saturday
Jan172015

Working on a Saturday

Say it loud.
Say it clear.
Saturday at work?
I don't want to be here!

Unless of course it the workplace looks like this. If you have to go in go into something stylish. South Loft, an Auckland office for economists by Fearon Hay Architects.

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