Displaying posts labeled "Concrete"

A warehouse refit

Posted on Tue, 9 Jun 2020 by midcenturyjo

 

Camperdown Warehouse, a residential refit within a former car assembly plant by Sydney-based Archer Office. The original warehouse conversion in 1993 had 2 mezzanine bedrooms that cut off light to the apartment’s interior. The new design creates a flexible three-bedroom residence “using a series of movable partitions supported by a lightweight steel frame. Each of the spaces open towards the main volume, so that the flexibility in partitioning also delivers shared spaces that add a feeling of generosity throughout.”

Photography by Kasia Werstak

Working on a Saturday

Posted on Sat, 6 Jun 2020 by midcenturyjo

As parts of the world come out of lockdown I don’t think anyone would have any problem dragging themself into the office on a weekend. Most of us would be bolting in if we could. Still helps if it’s somewhere stylish 😉 Communico Workspaces, a shared office community in Cremorne, Melbourne by Pierce Widera.

Small space living in Colombia

Posted on Mon, 18 May 2020 by midcenturyjo

42 sqm of affordable, small space living solutions from Colombia. Think simple lines with an industrial/brutalist vibe softened by golden wood tones and textiles. Axxis Vipas by Bogotá-based Colette Studio. (Our first Colombian designers I think.)

Working on a Saturday

Posted on Sat, 25 Apr 2020 by midcenturyjo

Another week has passed. Another Saturday. Some of us can see that elusive light at the end of that clichéd tunnel. Others continue to be trapped in the nightmare that is the corona pandemic. It’s still a scary world out there with most of us in lockdown in our homes and weekend work (or any work) is somewhere in a hazy future. And in that hazy future if we have to drag ourselves into work on a Saturday it better be somewhere stylish like the DOK Office in Kortrijk by Belgian design firm Decancq-Otté Architecten.

 

A bold modern extension

Posted on Fri, 24 Apr 2020 by midcenturyjo

A big, bold extension by Damien Rogers Architecture set the stage but it was the interiors by Resident Avenue that brought the drama into the way the owners used the space. “We meticulously curated an interior which layered naturally-aged materials, encapsulating the home’s timeless style, with colourful, textured accessories for impact and as a reflection of our clients’ lifestyle.”