Drum roll please … my first stalking post for the year! I’m in the inner Sydney suburb of Darlinghurst stalking an old mechanics garage converted by SJB. Black and white with luxury touches of marble, a dramatic vertical garden wall and old steel windows. Stylish contemporary warehouse living a stone’s throw from the CBD and only $2.7million. Link here while it lasts.
You must be sick of me saying it week after week but it still holds true. If you have to drag your sorry self into work on a weekend it better be somewhere stylish. Amen. Fjord Helsinki by Studio Joanna Laajisto.
I was stalking in the Melbourne recently when I can upon two apartments for sale. The building, the gardens, so beautiful. What a dream… and they are. You see I’m stalking computer generated renderings. Very good renderings I might add.
“Envisioned by architectural developer Orchard Piper, Huntingtower Road offers beautifully proportioned homes in the heart of Armadale. In collaboration with esteemed architects Jolson and landscape architects Myles Baldwin Design, this rare property comprises ten finely detailed homes immersed in greenery.”
Sigh. Now if only they look as good after they are built and sold (don’t choke on the price) and the new owners move in with their own pieces of furniture. For now though I can dream. For sale here and here while they last.
Styling by Tamsin Johnson
I’m stalking in the Melbourne suburb of Armadale. A renovated Edwardian red brick semi with a modern extension… the type of property that always draws me in. You know me. I can’t resist a heritage facade with a little modern something hidden right behind. Just a few more pieces of art and a slightly bigger backyard and I’d be happy. Link here while it lasts.
A glimpse of a very contemporary addition to the side of the facade is a dead giveaway that this home in Melbourne’s Fitzroy North is not what it seems from the street. I’m stalking an Edwardian era red brick home with a industrial modern extension. Love the play of the black steel against the brick and the monumental kitchen island with its rich green tiles and old timber beams. Link here while it lasts.