I spotted this 45m2 apartment on the real estate site Lagerlings and wanted to share as this is such a telling example of what architectural details can do to trick the eye into believing a space is not as it as it appears. In this case tall ceilings and dramatic windows make the space appear larger. Even with the addition of a crittall-style bedroom separation it provides an air of grandeur. Gorgeous!!!
Toronto-based Jessica McGouran of Jessica Leigh Interiors is a new-to-me designer and I’m so glad I found her. After perusing her portfolio I was quite smitten with her eye for the graphic (via colour, pattern and texture) and her eclectic yet timeless outlook on interiors.
I love it when designers embrace their creativity and develop really unconventional spaces without boundaries. This home may be modern and polished but it has such character and whimsy in some subtle and not-so-subtle doses. Mona Ross Berman may have gone where no designer has gone before, but she rocked this project.
For an architecture and design firm that typically only creates spaces in black, white and grey, this 80 sq m apartment in Moscow was quite a departure. A.T.Ø (Architecture Technology Objects) Studio went a little crazy with red, pink, green and blue in this project and I’m digging the outcome. It is as bold as they come, and alot of fun.