At times moody and masculine at others filled with soft light through wafting drapes this Greenwich Townhouse by Kristin Fine and Analisse Taft-Gersten of The 1818 Collective is a sanctuary in the bustling city. Sophisticated yet welcoming with carefully curated furniture and art.
“This Haussmannian apartment houses a clever mix of strong contemporary pieces, nuanced by furniture with vintage accents. The bold colour choices, the onyx of the worktops, the marbled resin of the floor and the curved red wall of the kitchen shake up this traditional Parisian interior.”
Chez Léa in the 7th arrondissement of Paris by Batiik Studio.
Photography by Romain Richard
“Having three children means we’re never really on vacation, but every time I enter this house I pinch myself.”
With its celebration of colour, pattern and texture, with its bold personality and light-filled rooms this holiday house in Florida is indeed a happy place. No wonder the owner is pinching herself! Ponte Vedra Beach by Angie Hranowsky.
Photography by Julia Lynn
“The rejuvenation of the kitchen and bathroom in a heritage apartment in Darlinghurst required a delicate balance, combining contemporary glamour with respect for the existing art deco features. In keeping with the client’s refined fashion sensibility, a chic and innovative design was devised that combines functionality and good looks.”
Soft pink and charcoal, feminine yet strong, warmed by burgundy and the glow of gold. Beaufort Court by Sydney-based Lynne Bradley Interiors.
“9J is a 45 square meter apartment in Odessa, located 300 meters from the beach. The apartment features a tiny area and only two windows on the one side. The task was to create a functional studio apartment that includes a kitchen, a living room, a bedroom as well as plenty of storage.”
Thinking of Ukraine. Celebrating Ukrainian design. 9J Apartment by Kyiv-based Artem Trigubchak.
Photography by Mikhail Loskutov