Her own firm’s profile sums it up best. “An emotive potency defines Fiona Lynch Office’s work. Incorporating architectural and interior design services, our atmospheric creations embody a spirited minimalism with a keen emphasis on custom joinery, furniture and lighting design.”
A mix of raw and refined, tactile and smooth, handcrafted and hi-tech. The dichotomy defines the spaces but a restrained, neutral palette and a natural materiality cement them as one. Sorento House by Fiona Lynch.
Photography by Pablo Veiga
The perfect marriage of rustic finishes and contemporary lifestyle. Minimalist almost monastic, carefully curated and austerely beautiful. La Coruña in the Galacian region of northwest Spain by Madrid-based Las Perelli Studio.
Blessed with the beautiful bones of a 1940s apartment Parisian-based RMGB have created a magical home in the very northern commune of Lambersart. A neutral colour palette allows original features like a two-storey stained glass window and its accompanying staircase to shine. The mix of contemporary furniture and pieces from the 60s and 70s is chic in the way that only the French can be truly chic.
Photography by Matthieu Salvaing
Contemporary luxury meets a casual Australian aesthetic. Light-filled with a sense of space this stylish Bellevue Residence by Sydney-based Infinite Design Studio celebrates the best of laid back elegance.
Photography by Prue Ruscoe
Mid-century meets traditional in this Lisbon apartment by André Vilar de Azevedo of Studio AVA and the result is fresh and decidedly on trend. Who would have thought that you could mix your blue and white pots with Jeanneret chairs and that a simple white hallway with modern mouldings and antique statuary could be so sexy?