Displaying posts labeled "Stairs"

“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.

Rural French in Arizona

Posted on Tue, 31 Mar 2020 by midcenturyjo

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.

Working on a Saturday

Posted on Sat, 7 Mar 2020 by midcenturyjo

It’s like I say week after week. If you have to drag yourself into work on a weekend it should be somewhere stylish. (Is working in a fabulous dress shop really work though?) Coco and Lola, Double Bay by LAHAUS.

Edit date and time

This elegant four-bedroom Victorian townhouse arranged over four floors, with high ceilings and large original sash windows throughout has retained its generous original proportions during its current renovation. An added bonus is the 24m garden and its position opposite a park in South London. If the owner would leave the furniture it would be the sweetest real estate deal. Trafalgar Avenue, London SE15 for sale via The Modern House.

 

 

Stephen Kenn loft

Posted on Thu, 30 Jan 2020 by KiM

Based in Los Angeles, Stephen Ken and his partner Beks Opperman design home and travel goods. They dreamt about a space they could use to practice hospitality and offer their designs in a more intimate environment, and so this loft was born. Its minimal aesthetic and clean lines really help to showcase the beauty of the space and their designs against such a beautiful backdrop.