Love the family-friendly, bright, and whimsical vibe of this home designed by Milan-based design firm Studio Paradisiartificiali. The design of this home centres around a small coloured volume: the mixing and matching of a few, simple geometries, amidst the luxuriant vegetation of an imaginary garden. The effect is that of a votive temple, an architecture born to celebrate domestic rituals. When a house represents living in its most intimate form, it turns into a home, a physical and mental extension of its inhabitants. What we wished to convey was the sense that beyond the threshold lay a marvel of nature that reigns supreme insofar as capable of arousing infinite wonder in the onlooker. To this end, together with the Mexican artist Guillermo Flores ORBEH, we left our clients to wander through the leafy branches until they reached a small coloured volume and chose it as their home.
Photos: Riccardo Gasperoni
The Austin, Texas home of designer Consuelo Pierrepont Spitler of Sway Studio is so beautifully curated and filled with a motley of antique pieces that are unique and quite obviously treasured. It’s a mish-mash I can 100% get behind.
Some photos by Mia Baxter for Domino
Amsterdam interior designers Joyce Urbanus and Dax Roll, partners in life and design, are known as ‘Nicemakers’. And nice does not begin to describe their spaces. Functional and liveable, but high on style and thoughtfully curated. I featured a kitchen below a few years ago but the photos were too small to do it justice so another peak was in order. It’s a stunner.
Back in November Jo featured this kitchen by New York based design firm Studio Dearborn, and titled the post “Everything and the kitchen sink”. That title was spot-on because Sarah Robertson’s attention to detail, especially when it comes to kitchens, is EVERYTHING. There is a spot for every item you could possibly need, and more. So I thought I’d share a glimpse into another kitchen she designed, along with some other spaces that caught my eye.