Take a dive with me into the portfolio of New-York based interior designer Sebastian Zuchowicki. He calls it interior direction and if the several properties I’ve shared are any indication it’s also the right direction. Sophisticated urban living beautifully curated.
Honoring a treasured past while incorporating the colorful decades of the Haight-Ashbury. This San Francisco home designed by Nicole Hollis is a colourful modern masterpiece with some Moroccan flair. It’s spectacular! I just noticed it has been recently featured on Architectural Digest with more juciy photos and details/sources.
Architecture: Richard Beard Associates
General Contractor: Redhorse Constructions
Photos: Douglas Friedman
It’s like I say week in week out. If you have to drag yourself into work on a weekend it helps if it’s somewhere stylish. Pickled Poet by Duet.
When is too much stone too much? Never when it’s handled as beautifully as in these spaces by Sydney interior designers Smac Studio. I’m swooning at the colours, the patterns, the way it is deftly used throughout. And then there are the stairs … and the shelving … and the bathrooms. Contemporary liveable luxe.
I looooove how Iñigo Aragón and Pablo López Navarro of design firm Casa Josephine Studio took what could have easily read as a very cold and small apartment (70 sqm located in the center of Madrid) and created just the opposite. Painted out brick, stone, concrete with exposed beams and a concrete floor in pale grey keep things light and add a coziness, fabrics in rusts and orange shades add warmth, and stainless and tons of mirror provide much reflection and make the space seem larger. Genius. (Photos: Pablo Zamora)