Can you imagine having this as your outdoor space? The landscaping and funiture are enough to blog me away, but throw in the most incredible views of the Eiffel Tower and the Arc de Triomphe and I’m having heart palpitations. By architect Charles Zana.
Located at 5 rue de Charonne in Paris is fashion brand Marie-Sixtine‘s flagship boutique, creative workshop, showroom, and above it all, their highly-exclusive chic hideaway called Chez Marie-Sixtine. One of the most beautiful apartments I have ever seen in pastels and greys, so soothing and inviting. Except I don’t think I could ever leave that bedroom. EVER. Interior design: Sandrine Place Architect: Baptiste Legué Photos: Julie Ansiau
The makeover of this inner city Sydney pied-à-terre saw a nondescript apartment become a celebration of personality and charm. Too often inner city living is thought of in terms of slick finishes and sharp lines, hip and hard. Not here. It’s all about colour, pattern, a stunning harbour view and a whole lot of fun. Potts Point pied-à-terre by interior designers Arent & Pyke.
When your car matches your interior. Francisco Calio again having a bit of fun with this Casa Nova project.
Francisco Calio of São Paulo, Brazil based design firm Calio Interiors + Design is about as bold as they come. Pattern, colours, textures, modern furnishings and bold graphic artwork joined together make for some very high impact spaces. Lots of personality and energy. This man knows how to have fun and I don’t think he takes life too seriously..