More from Perspective this time a wonderful series of outdoor spaces surrounding a country house in Rute in the north of Sweden’s Gotland. Once again Scandinavian design meets elements of Eastern philosophy, wabi-sabi, the perfectly imperfect. I love it all, the pool, the al fresco dining, fireplaces and old greenhouse but most of all the conservatory. I never realised I needed a conservatory … until now.
Photography Andy Liffner
I could not love this more, another gem that is in classic Anthony George style. Uniue colour combinations, fun fabrics, a bit of a tribal vibe, and a cute pup to boot.
She defines her style as “chic mix and match”. It’s fresh and fabulous, bright and colourful and in the case of this Normandy home elegant yet quirky, at times formal but always fun. Mainneville residence by Paris-based architectural designer Laura Gonzalez.
The bones may be old but the look is modern. This reworking of a Madrid apartment (with impressive roof terrace reached by the sculptural sweep of a spiral staircase) by interior architect Inés Benavides preserves all the best features of old apartment while ringing in the new. Walls are removed, a modern kitchen is open plan to the living and dining while bright colour and pattern packs a punch.
Clean sleek lines, a monochrome palette and a carefully curated collection of modern and mid century classic furniture. Smooth yet tactile white walls and the golden glow of timber. It’s a recipe for fabubulous modern minimalism in Amsterdam by the European design powerhouse Framework.
Photography by Thomas De Bruyne