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With its reconfigured layout, designer furniture and large contemporary art this SoHo, Manhattan loft is a blend of sophistication and bohemian charisma. The space’s white painted brick walls and iconic iron columns are celebrated in this coveted oasis in bustling Manhattan. Green Street by interior designer Augusta Hoffman.

Photography by Tim Lenz.

A Barcelona duplex transformation

Posted on Fri, 18 Aug 2023 by midcenturyjo

This duplex in Barcelona’s Horta neighbourhood has been beautifully reimagined by Alex March Studio. It’s a thoughtful blend of European design pieces from various eras, harmoniously combined with contemporary ochre and brown hues. The bright rooms exude depth and warmth, amplified by the contrast with pure white elements. The owner, a passionate art and design lover, was drawn to the abundant natural light filtering through the large windows. The fun and eclectic spaces incorporate pieces from the 20s to the 70s along with a growing collection of plants. The two-floor house embraces its original Catalan vaulted ceilings, pine accents and terracotta tiles.

Photography by Sandra Rojo.

Designer’s own

Posted on Fri, 18 Aug 2023 by midcenturyjo

Interior designer Augusta Hoffman‘s chic New York apartment blends modern aesthetics and timeless elegance. Sleek lines and luxurious textures create an inviting and opulent atmosphere. Neutral tones dominate the palette in the living room allowing natural light to bounce about the apartment while deep greens and tobacco tones are a bold choice for other rooms. Serene, sophisticated and welcoming.

Photography by Tim Lenz.

Highland minimalism

Posted on Wed, 16 Aug 2023 by midcenturyjo

“Highland House is a contemporary, new-build holiday home in the Highlands of Scotland, designed with Tektonika Architects. The interior design roots the building in its setting, while also offering protection from it – this is a place of extreme weather and beautiful vistas of a loch.

Design details reflect the home’s use as a place to escape, unwind and be at one with nature. Minimalism meets cosiness in a material palette that includes chunky concrete with exposed aggregate, warm Douglas fir wood, handmade zelliges and flattish-toned encaustic tiles, and textiles that are comforting to touch. Everything is built on a palette of green, yellow, navy, pink and brown (the sludgy versions), allowing the rooms to bleed into the land they overlook.”

Harmonious living with nature-inspired interiors. Highland House by Jill Macnair.

Photography by Beth Evans.

Bold and dramatic, avante garde and family-friendly. What a combination. The owners approached Regina Perez Montemayor of Studio Montemayor to work her design magic on their San Francisco home. Blending distinct design styles and eras the rooms are eclectic and unexpected showcasing fabulous art and revelling in a bold colour palette.

Photography by Shade Degges.