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Another remarkable project from the talented team of L’agence Véronique Cotrel. This time it’s the complete renovation, layout, and decoration of a 60 m2 apartment in Saint Germain des Prés. From an architectural point of view, the fundamentals were totally restored. The original wood beams were uncovered from beneath layers of plaster. The kitchen, a bit of an awkward space is a total gem with stunning tile and brass accents. It’s odd they chose dark uppers and lighter lower cabinets but hey – in Paris anything goes!

A modern remodel in California

Posted on Wed, 31 Oct 2018 by midcenturyjo

“The scope of work included an extensive remodel of the existing 3,204 sq. ft. home with an 815 sq. ft. new addition for the master suite. The challenge of this residence was to unify a hyper traditional exterior façade, strictly limited by the historic classification of the neighborhood, with an unexpectedly contrasted interior. Similarly, the extremely traditional layout was reworked to create less restricted spaces and to utilize the privacy of the rear yard.”

From 1921 to 2018, a beautiful renovation, clean lined yet earthy, rich and tactile while simple and soothing. Van Ness by the second L.A. based studio for today Simo Design.

A field of rooms

Posted on Mon, 29 Oct 2018 by midcenturyjo

“A house composed of a field of rooms that open and close in dialogue with the landscape.”

An elegant description for this award winning residence by Melbourne-based architectural firm WALTER&WALTER.

Photography Ben Hosking

Working on a Saturday

Posted on Sat, 20 Oct 2018 by midcenturyjo

It’s like I say week after week and it still holds true. If you have to drag your sorry self into work on a weekend it certainly helps if it’s somewhere stylish. Fleetwood Office by Studio Esteta.

Laurence Simoncini does light

Posted on Mon, 15 Oct 2018 by midcenturyjo

Laurence Simoncini has moved towards the light. Black still features in her next home, an apartment created from a warren of office space, but more as an accent along with pops of gold. The emphasis is on textures playing off the white walls. Industrial meets vintage meets high Parisian style. Which do you like the dark or the light? Hard choice isn’t it? I think I might just have to take both.

 

Photography by Romain Ricard