It’s all about colour, texture and shape in this Darlinghurst, Sydney residence by Triibe. Oh and chairs. Warm hues of browns and cognacs, terracotta and sand. Sensuous curves and boxy consoles. Polished concrete against chunky rugs, layered with leathers and velvet. A tactile feast.
Photography by Terence Chin.
Positioned behind a historical facade this new extension by B.E architecture in Albert Park, Melbourne bridges the gap between a significant past and the future. Progress is a term that gets bandied around almost with a negative connotation but good design looks to what could be, what is waiting to be and takes the leap.
This is designer Mark Zeff‘s getaway in the Hamptons. He was inspired by the simple form and straightforward construction of farm buildings but by adding black to the exterior and some dark stained wood walls and concrete floors in the interior (among other things) it is decidedly modern. It’s sleek, understated, refined, and pretty much perfect.
CB House, located in Madrid and designed by Plantea Estudio, is about as uncomplicated and neutral as you can get. Everything is painted white, the pale grey concrete floors ground the space and accents in copper, peach and tan and a bit of zing. I adore this space because you can change up the entire vibe quite easily and go very bold if you wanted to.
Photos: Alicia Macias
I’m packing my bags and moving in. I know the clients will look askance at me as I pose amongst the fabulous furniture and lighting but I shall endure their looks just so I can live in Apparatus Studio‘s New York showroom. We