Displaying posts from January, 2014

Casa Biniaraix

Posted on Thu, 30 Jan 2014 by midcenturyjo

The world is so hectic. Life is crashing from problem to solution and back again. The pure serenity of this house in Biniaraix, Mallorca is like a salve. Restrained, beautifully curated, with a simplicity of line, palette and finish. Understated luxury. Renovation and extention by Gabriel Santos.

Delights from Dan Duchars

Posted on Thu, 30 Jan 2014 by midcenturyjo

Just a delightful little taste of the work of photographer Dan Duchars. I love his use of natural light in these shoots. Almost like an extra presence in the space.


Posted on Wed, 29 Jan 2014 by KiM

This 40m² apartment in Turin, Italy was once an industrial space now converted into a hip, modern dwelling by the folks at UdA. I’m always a fan of their projects as they are so creative, aren’t afraid to add bits of colour and pattern, and they blend different materilas in very unusual ways. I also love their use of varying angles. Turns a boring rectangle into something far more interesting. (Previous posts of their work here, here and here).

Virginia MacDonald

Posted on Wed, 29 Jan 2014 by KiM

I have been a longtime fan of Toronto photographer Virginia MacDonald so I figured I was due for a revisit. In the previous feature the photos were tiny including the one above, and it’s one I have had engrained in my brain since. I had to include some of her pet shots too, because you know me. 🙂

Oh deer!

Posted on Wed, 29 Jan 2014 by midcenturyjo

Are you over the deer trend yet? I thought I was. Then I saw this. Majestic beast! From the portfolio of stylist Lyndell Miller. Lyndell is a food stylist (try not to lick the screen when you are over on her website) but she also has a fabulous portfolio of cafe/restaurant images. That’s where I found Mr Deer oh dear!