I came across this absolutely stunning home the other day on Le case di Elixir and fell in love. The architecture is phenomenal. Those arches, the soaring ceilings (I’m assuming this is a converted church), and there’s something about bumpy plaster walls that makes me swoon. And the darkness of this home makes it so much more dramatic. I would without question love to live here…with most of the furnishings as well.
One more small gem from Bosworth Hoedemaker. A boathouse renovation at Hood Canal on Puget Sound. Simple and subtle to balance the mighty view. The perfect spot to watch the sun go down, to listen to the soft lap at the water’s edge.
Modern and timeless, classic and magical. Beautiful homes in stunning locations. Light and landscape and genius loci. One of a kind, architectural yet art. Calm and assured, powerful and intelligent but always about simplicity and beauty. Welcome to the work of architects Bosworth Hoedemaker. Naturally Pacific Northwest. Naturally.
Caroline Cobbold of Cobbold Du Pont Interiors emailed us recently with a peek at some of their latest projects. I blogged their work a couple of times back in 2010 (here and here) and am always a fan of the stunning architecture they have the pleasure of working with, and Parisian style designs they create.
Melbourne-based stylist Heather Nette King is one lucky lady. She has styled some of the most refreshing, inviting and unique spaces I have seen in a loooooong time. She brings the spaces to life and makes them REAL. I’m smitten.
(Photography credits for Heather’s portfolio: Mike Baker, Armelle Habib, Sharyn Cairns, Lisa Cohen, James Geer, Mauro Pomponio, Alex Aslangul, Chris Warnes, Zoe Phillips, Ben King)