Concrete, wood, brick, floor to ceiling windows….sounds like the making of a sweet apartment I would say. This space by Brazilian architecture firm Play Arquitetura (the folks that brought you the cat apartment) just needs a few rugs to warm up the space and a few more accessories and it is pretty much on point.
Lucyna Kołodziejska is a decorating machine! I featured one of her latest projects a couple of weeks ago, and here is another! It is a home for a young family (a couple with 2 boys) about 25 kms from Gdansk, who wanted a space to entertain, and to showcase their poster collection. I really love this one – neutrals with accents in black and blue throughout the home make it very cohesive. This is one of my favourite projects of Lucyna’s.
I came across this apartment by São Paulo architecture firm Tavares Duayer because BLACK, BRICK, CONCRETE, SUBWAY TILES…all of which results in a really cool industrial, masculine-vibe space. The black windows and doors are a nice touch too. The decor is well done too, but I would change out the light fixtures everywhere but the enamel kitchen pendants.
A concrete, glass and steel butterfly alighting on a Californian meadow. Wings spread in the sun. Light on the land despite its monumental materials. An owner’s dream. An architect’s creation. The Butterfly house by Feldman Architecture.
This L-shaped concrete family home embracing a pool and outdoor entertaining space has stark modern lines tempered by timber tones and soft furnishings. The standout mural is by Lucas Grogan. Style set in concrete by McKimm.