Light-filled and colourful. Modern behind its traditional brick facade. Open plan yet with private spaces. It’s a house of opposites that work perfectly together creating an oasis in New York’s hustle and bustle. East Village Residence by Britt and Damian Zunino of Studio DB.
Photography by Matthew Williams.
I love a glimpse into a designer’s own home especially when they take the chance to think outside the box. Tali Roth‘s exuberant and eclectic style shines through in her Melbourne home. Colour, design classics and her own pieces create a fabulous and fun family home. “Textural, layered & useful spaces full of bold forms and patinas you can literally lean in and touch.”
Photography by Lillie Thompson.
“Paying homage to the design eras of the past, Fletcher House sees the revival of classic pieces in a contemporary manner, evoking a feeling of nostalgia in the home setting. Funky forms in unexpected moments add a layer of playfulness to this Tamarama residence and creates a juxtaposition between the earthy, textural qualities inspired by the beach and the urban sophistication of an inner city dwelling. Designed for memories to be made and relaxation to be met.”
Classic with a modern twist mixing beachy vibes with city chic. Think stylish living with a party vibe. Fletcher House by Sydney-based architecture and interior designer collective SE DÉA.
Photography by Dave Wheeler.
The house exudes an artisanal, textured allure echoing the wild, relaxed beauty of central Provence. Paris-based designer Diego Delgado-Elias has transformed the centuries-old home by employing rough plaster walls, woven raffia and a mix of rustic antiques and contemporary designs. The colour palette is earthy, the feel artisan. Grand plan by Diego Delgado-Elias.
Photography by Matthieu Salvaing.
Layers of materials and texture, art and furniture styles. Packed with personality and life. Warm, elegant and rooted in the house’s history and sense of place. It’s about balance. It’s about joy. It’s about stylish liveability. A house in Kensington by Notting Hill Interior Design duo Studio Vero.