Displaying posts labeled "Stairs"

A Studio Muir update

Posted on Mon, 9 Aug 2021 by KiM

It has been a while since I shared some projects by San Francisco design firm Studio Muir (they were here and here). I thought I would share a glimpse into some of their latest work. It continues to be classic, timeless yet modern. (Photos: Nicole Franzen, landscape: Stephens Design Studio)

Revisiting under the stairs

Posted on Fri, 6 Aug 2021 by midcenturyjo

A few months back I shared an ingenious bike storage idea in a London mews house. The property designed by Studio Mackereth is now for sale through The Modern House (here) and we get to see the rest of this stylish and clever home. Slide-away hide-away kitchen, hidden television and of course those stairs.

More from Richmond Bell Architects

Posted on Thu, 5 Aug 2021 by KiM

I wanted to share a random assortment of projects from the portfolio of Richmond Bell Architects because I could not get enough after last week’s pool/pool house feature. All breathtaking and an eye candy extravaganza for your viewing pleasure.

Indoor outdoor above

Posted on Mon, 2 Aug 2021 by midcenturyjo

We love our indoor outdoor living in Australia. Flinging windows and doors wide open to let the air in and our spirits out. This small courtyard in Essendon by Melbourne-based landscape design studio Mud Office is a perfect example. Green, cool, inviting and petite. Dappled shade, branches swaying in the breeze, lush yet low maintenance and above all or should I say above it fun and games!

Bauhaus villa 1936

Posted on Wed, 28 Jul 2021 by KiM

It has been a little while since we shared a project by Polish design firm Loft Kolasiński. Bauhaus Villa 1936 is a 250m2 home located in the town of Konstancin-Jeziorna. The firm, who was responsible for interior design, parts of furniture, stairs, fireplace, interior woodwork, renovation of vintage furniture and accessories, turned this home into a modern, book lover’s dream with such incredible attention to detail as I have come to expect from them. I love the repetition of circles throughout the home – so fun! (Photos: Joel Hauck, furniture made by WoodmakerWoodeffect)