Simple, clear, pure, silent, polished, minimal and relaxed. That’s how Los Angeles and New York based D’Apostrophe Design describe their work. Their preference for primary forms is instantly recognisable in this modern family home. Think child’s blocks piled up in the snow not 200 year old barn wood, concrete, douglas fir wide plank floors and exposed oak hand hewn beams.
Photography by William Waldron, Gregory Holm
Colourful and quirky, perhaps one could say eccentric. Packed with personality, wit and wonky walls and it’s for sale. The Modern House has all the best properties on its books. A charming Grade II-listed 16th century cottage positioned on Bell Street in Henley-on-Thames. loving brought back to life by The Curious House.
A little jewel box of an apartment in Sydney’s Potts Point. Rich colours, an eclectic mix of furniture, surrounded by life’s treasures and mementos, of course a wall of books and to top it off an iconic view. Contemporary living in an Art Deco building done right. I want to move in. By Weir Phillips Architects.
“The clients desired ‘quiet simplicity’, which became the core of our brief, an essay in balance, quietly telling a story.”
A pared back sophistication with a restrained colour palette, luxurious yet subtle materials and a nod to the buildings Art Deco heritage. Quiet simplicity and quite beautiful. Woollahra Residence by Sydney-based Tom Mark Henry.
Photography by Damian Bennett
Lots of creativity, a dose of chic elegance and some drama can be found among the spaces by New York and Detroit based designer Corey Damen Jenkins. He mixes vivid colors with layered patterns to create architecturally inspired spaces that are polished, inventive and unexpected. Taking cues from the haute couture runway, his projects feature luxurious and refined materials. “My goal is to ensure that my clients’ homes are always classic, livable and without an expiration date”. We are committed to creating interiors that are elegant and luxurious but also functional, practical and never stuffy.