“Located in the bustling neighborhood of the 6th district in Vienna, this 300sqm apartment is a place of retreat for a well-travelled design aficionado. The apartment is divided in two units with seamless connection through wooden sliding doors. High ceilings and big windows create an overall spacious feel. The bright open-plan living, kitchen and dining space is the center of the apartment where friends come together for long dinners and endless talks. A composition of custom-made interiors, wooden furniture, rough linen and carpets, selected mid-century vintage finds and unique objects complement the general monochrome and understated design concept.”
With its restrained palette and casual sophistication this carefully curated home is indeed no ordinary apartment. A signature design by Annabelle Kutucu.
Photography by Claus Brechenmacher
“Inspiration came in the form of an interest in cultures, colour and family. Meticulous briefing resulted with the design concept perfectly matched to the client’s affinity with Asian culture and their bright, positive personality.”
Fun, fresh and family friendly, a modern home with a historic footprint. I’m green with envy. Glen Iris House ll by Melbourne-based Sisällä Interior Design.
Photography by Tess Kelly
Elegant and welcoming with a strict neutral palette. Design classics mixed with cultural references. Modern yet classic. Pinch me because I think I’m dreaming. Where are we? El Duque in Madrid’s Conde Orgaz area by interior design duo Espejo & Goyanes.
Photography by Montse Garriga
From soaring ceilings and flooding light in a three level Parisian atelier to a small, cocoon like apartment in the 18th Arrondissement.
“Inspired by the Mediterranean, the theatrical architecture of this apartment is emphasized by natural materials: travertine, tadelakt and concrete. The alcove creates a bubble of softness and the pink waxed concrete floor soothes and sets the tone.”
Chez Rebecca by Batiik Studio.
Photography by Giaime Meloni