How about a little bit of modern with a smidge of mid-century for your Wednesday afternoon? I’ve got just the thing for you if you’re like me and the mention of “modern” and “mid-century” makes your heart flutter. Joel Sanders, Architect is based in NYC and the firm has won countless awards and been featured in The New York Times, Dwell, Wallpaper* and Interior Design. Below are photos from a couple of their projects, the fist group being a San Francisco duplex penthouse that is to die for, and following that is a New York loft renovation that includes an indoor urban garden.
Suppose Design Office is a Japanese architecture firm headed by 35 year old Makoto Tanijiri and employs what looks to be a bunch of very creative young people (from what I can tell on their profile page). That creativity oozes from every corner of every space they have designed. I am adoring the exposed concrete, the use of timber in somewhat odd places, cool staircases, wacky exteriors. Incredible. They definitively think outside the box.
Enoki is a multi-disciplinary firm from South Australia that specializes in visual communication and interior architecture (somewhat of an odd pairing – they can design a home or create a corporate identity system). Their style of interiors is modern and sleek and bright with white. I want that laundry room something fierce.
To end off the work week, how about a little bit ‘o contemporary architecture by New York firm Audrey Matlock Architect. OMG check out all the windows! (I’m not sure how I’d feel sleeping in a bedroom with floor to ceiling windows like photo #2…)
Clever use of space with interesting storage solutions. Midcentury meets contemporary, modern urban with a clean lines. New York interior designer Robert Austin Gonzalez delivers rooms that scream stylish Big Apple apartment. I personally want the carved timber panel as sliding door, a great counterpoint to the midcentury modern vibe. Clever TV solutions too. While you’re at his website you must check out his furniture collection particularly the Grace range. Sculptural pieces so sexy and sinuous. Yum!