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An elegant marriage

Posted on Fri, 10 May 2019 by midcenturyjo

Timeless and elegant, midcentury and antique, wood and white, this light filled Madrid apartment is the perfect marriage of styles. Mirrored walls increase the sense of space while reflecting cherished collections. A chic city pad by Estudio María Santos.

Photography by Montse Garriga

Restrained yet lush

Posted on Wed, 8 May 2019 by midcenturyjo

“On one of the largest single residential sites in this bayside suburb, this project sought to restore and rehabilitate an expansive single level dwelling in a generous garden as well as provide additional accommodation.  The high level heritage status of the existing house and the visibility afforded by a corner site prompted us to design a sober and refined pavilion, sited to preserve the large swathe of garden and clad in weathered copper shingles and bronze shutters to reference both the hawthorn bricks and slate roof of the existing dwelling. “

Love the restrained interiors. Love the lush garden (by Eckersley Design). Love the connections between the two. Love the separation of public and private spaces and the luxurious material palette. Bayside Manse by Melbourne-based architects Kennedy Nolan.

A modern stone house in Spain

Posted on Mon, 6 May 2019 by midcenturyjo

It’s hard to believe but this house in Girona, Spain was built in 2009. Ten years on the design is as fresh and stylish as ever. I must admit as much as I love the interiors that vegetable patch and all the stone walls is so inspiring. By Barcelona-based GCA Architects.

Photography by Jordi Miralles

Spinzi Design

Posted on Fri, 3 May 2019 by KiM

Spinzi Design is an interior and furniture design firm based in Milan whose portfolio caught my eye recently and I had to share some of the spaces. This is a random assortment from several projects, showing their versatility with different styles such as modern, contemporary and traditional.

An elegant estate

Posted on Thu, 2 May 2019 by midcenturyjo

Outside the windows it’s ceaseless golf greens. Inside it’s ceaseless stylish space. If only all manifestations of Russian wealth were as lovely as this Moscow home, Agalarov Estate, by local architect Petr Yushin.