The orientation of the site was difficult facing east-west. The design by Create Architecture manages to catch as much light as possibe and as it was the family’s first home on a limited budget, the emphasis is on quality over quantity. It’s airy and bright, family focused and not your everyday coastal suburban home.
Interior designer Chelsea Hing brings a Palms Springs meets modern vibe to this classic mid century house. Modern luxury meets iconic cool in a home just right for family living.
Photography by Eve Wilson & Rhiannon Taylor
Based in Los Angeles, Stephen Ken and his partner Beks Opperman design home and travel goods. They dreamt about a space they could use to practice hospitality and offer their designs in a more intimate environment, and so this loft was born. Its minimal aesthetic and clean lines really help to showcase the beauty of the space and their designs against such a beautiful backdrop.
More liveable glamour by the talented Lisa Gilmore, but this time it is art deco mixed with arts and crafts. William Morris wallpaper pairs with Frank Lloyd Wright fabric in the study. Some leopard print chairs add some extra ZING in the living room. Random – just how I like my interiors.
From soaring ceilings and flooding light in a three level Parisian atelier to a small, cocoon like apartment in the 18th Arrondissement.
“Inspired by the Mediterranean, the theatrical architecture of this apartment is emphasized by natural materials: travertine, tadelakt and concrete. The alcove creates a bubble of softness and the pink waxed concrete floor soothes and sets the tone.”
Chez Rebecca by Batiik Studio.
Photography by Giaime Meloni