“Elm Residence is an Edwardian style five bedroom residence with a contemporary extension that’s designed surrounds an established Golden Elm tree. The property provides an experiential journey through the flow of passage from one end to the other, bringing old and new sensitively together. The ‘old and new’ are connected by a timber lined link, with natural stone portals announcing the transition through from the original house. Elm Residence combines natural materiality and luxurious details, layered with art and objects that create a rich yet comfortable atmosphere.”
Golden tones that resonate by Melbourne-based interior design studio Golden.
Photography by Sean Fennessy.
Rejecting size for substance, this warehouse conversion carved out a landscaped courtyard allowing a connection to nature and a break-out outdoor space. With its new coherent layout, the unique interiors introduced luxurious materials such as the burgundy and dusty pink Breccia Rosso marble in the kitchen. A double-height void links floors drawing the eye up and the light in. The design elegantly marries deep red steel frames, brass-hued curtains and the tropical greenery beyond. Sophisticated and comfortable, Rosso Verde by Carter Williamson.
Photography by Pablo Veiga.
“Space Exploration seeks to create spaces that resonate with subtle harmony. Our projects are driven by a love of simplicity, nuance, craftsmanship and the integrity of beautiful materials expressed through construction. Space Exploration has great reverence for history, but also prizes innovation and fresh ideas.”
Is it wrong to daydream that this is my apartment? No? I didn’t think so. Upper West Side Apartment by Space Exploration.
What appears to be effortless sophistication is the result of careful curation and an eye for simplicity and comfort. Knowing when enough is enough. Antique mixes with modern while the colour palette is restrained. Byrd Park Home by O’Brien and Muse.
Electric Bowery reimagined a mountainside ski home, merging Alpine Chalet charm with Japanese Ryokan elements. Earthy tones mirror the high mountain desert hues with evergreen-tinged soapstone, cedar walls, Japanese tile and dark limestone flooring. Charlotte Perriand influenced lattice-work separates the kitchen from the dining area with its bespoke lighting and artisan ceramics. In the living room, floor-to-ceiling windows embrace the panoramic view. Bedrooms boasted unique touches like a cedar Japanese soaking tub and vibrant clay ceilings. A blend of timeless design and cultural fusion in Utah’s Deer Valley.