It is clear that Philadelphia based architecture firm Archer & Buchanan believe outdoor living is as important as indoor living. And the outdoors at times needs to imbue a sense of grandeur, in keeping with the home’s architecture. These outdoor spaces have such drama, attention to detail, and really draw you in.
Contemporary luxury meets a casual Australian aesthetic. Light-filled with a sense of space this stylish Bellevue Residence by Sydney-based Infinite Design Studio celebrates the best of laid back elegance.
Photography by Prue Ruscoe
Neoclassical in Madrid’s Barrio de las Letras where restraint meets drama. Clever use of white, split levels, mirror and bespoke storage elevate this bijou apartment from tired and pokey to classic with an edge. By Marta Goyanes and Cristina Espejo of Studio Espejo Goyanes
I will forever be fascinated by the patina and imperfection of an older home. I spotted this raw, rustic beauty on the website Herz und Blut and immediately fell in love. It is the Mecklenburg-West Pomeranian German home of Susann Probst & Yannic Schon, food stylists and photographers. It is quite minimalist which draws your attention to the beautiful structure (built in 1948). (Photos: Jules Villbrandt)
It’s like I say week in week out. If you have to drag yourself into work on a weekend it helps if it’s somewhere stylish. Allure The Salon by Triibe.