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A wonderful riot of colour and pattern, materials and art, vintage and bespoke. From a yellow spiral staircase to a library with not only books but cacti the home is packed with personality and fun. I would happily move in right now. Hill House Four by The Archers.

Working on a Saturday

Posted on Sat, 10 Dec 2022 by midcenturyjo

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. Two iterations of the Oriëntal Art Gallery by Dutch interior designer RA. Studio.

Photography by Marc van Praag, Thijs de Leeuw & Willemijn de Leeuw.

Designers’ own

Posted on Wed, 7 Dec 2022 by midcenturyjo

“This place is so special to us because it’s our own studio headquarters in Whitley Heights! The space is in a constant state of flux and encompasses our love of furniture, art, design, and all things beautiful. The upstairs area is where our founding partners, Kat Bell and James Drew, reside. The downstairs is our studio office which serves as a creative hub for our team.”

A home (and a workspace) should be packed with personality. What you surround yourself with should be what you love, whaqt makes you laugh, what makes your mind spin and your creative juices flow. Whitley Heights by L.A.-based Argyle.

Photography by Ye rin Mok

A neoclassical duplex apartment in London

Posted on Tue, 6 Dec 2022 by KiM

A total refurbishment to create a grand neoclassical duplex with contemporary interventions for our clients London residence. The design incorporates many unique and bespoke elements, for instance the kitchen has been designed by K&H and made by Halstock.
1800 sq ft of curves with touches of sophistication as well as bits of whimsy. Beautiful work by K&H Design.

A hôtel particulier in Paris

Posted on Tue, 6 Dec 2022 by KiM

Visitation. In the sphere of hôtels particuliers where classicism reigns supreme, this hidden house bears witness to a Paris that is a meeting point of history and today. Another beautiful home transformed by the legendary Charles Zana. (Photos: Francois Halard)