“When design minded individuals connect in the way we did with our Rotterdam Terrace client, magic happens.”
From the six-meter windows and pooling linen curtains to the oak fronted kitchen with its green and caramel coloured stone countertops. From the white painted, exposed rough brick to the expanse of smooth concrete floors. Brass details, vintage leather, filmy track screening of windows and wardrobes. Pared back with a wabi sabi meets modern vibe. Rotterdam Terrace by Dutch firm Avenue Design Studio.
Old versus new. American desert and French Provincial. Rustic stone juxtaposed with smooth plaster and tiles. Inside reaches out through walls of steel and glass and climbing through it all is a sinuous staircase of wood and iron. Rough luxe versus sophisticated modern living. At its heart this rambling stone edifice is first and foremost a gathering place for family and friends. Private residence #4 at Silverleaf Scottsdale, Arizona OZ Architects.
“This traditional style family home tucked away high in The Hills sits above Los Angeles and is filled with a mix of contemporary, modern and rare vintage furniture sourced from all over the world.”
Stylish, sophisticated, worldy and beautiful. Hideaway by Sydney (and LA) designer Jase Sullivan.
Photography by David Matheson
Timeless and refined yet with a casual, modern take on apartment living. The kitchen and living areas of this Nob Hill home by San Francisco based interior designers Cass + Nico features a rich mix of bespoke and the carefully curated with an emphasis on materials, texture and light. The new classic living.
Photography by Bess Friday
“The interior design of Nickey + Kehoe comes alive through uncannily beautiful contrasts. Modern meets classical, old-world elegance parallels pure function. Through this infinitely curious lens, they intuit their client’s needs – the quirky, the rarefied, and the seriously curated – with effortless California ease.”
The Oaks II by those hunter-gather extraordinaires Nickey + Kehoe.