Displaying posts from December, 2010

Alina Gozin’a

Posted on Thu, 2 Dec 2010 by midcenturyjo


A picture is worth a thousand words so they say. It’s true in the case of the portfolio of photographer Alina Gozin’a. Evocative and cinematic, it is no surprise that she is well known for her film stills, celebrity portraiture and of course her architectural portfolio. Drama and grace, emotion and desire. Whether moody neutrals, rich and wonderful or light, bright and airily modern, her work is truly inspiring.





Edmund Sumner

Posted on Wed, 1 Dec 2010 by KiM

London-based architectural photographer Edmund Sumner is an amazing talent. He grew up in a family of architects and designers therefore he has developed a sincere appreciation for architecture. His photographs appear natural and vivacious. They truly evoke a mood that reflects the surroundings. (Check out a VERY cool concrete home after the jump).

Locations, locations

Posted on Wed, 1 Dec 2010 by midcenturyjo

I’m loving the whitest of white walls in this location house in London. I’m kinda smitten by the touches of black too. My inspiration files are groaning with images just like these. (OK and a lot of deepest darekest black too.) Good news on my new old house front is that the painters start next week. We’ll be painted in time for Christmas…. I hope. Means I have to stop unpacking until each room is done 🙂 You can see what a state my messy office is in on my page. Think of it as a before. Meanwhile this fab home is from the 1st-Option location stable. Delish isn’t it?