Displaying posts labeled "Stone"

Santa Maria del Cami

Posted on Tue, 25 Jun 2013 by KiM

A little bit smaller than the last home, Santa Maria del Cami is a 450 sq m newly built country home also located in Mallorca and designed by AP Design. Ethnic decor has been replaced with more traditional furnishings but with a bit of contemporary accents thrown in to keep it from being stuffy. And WOW – that stone exterior is spectacular.

Andersson-Wise

Posted on Mon, 24 Jun 2013 by KiM

I was super excited to stumble upon the website of Austin, TX architects Andersson-Wise. Why you may ask? One of their projects just may be my future home (the home before the jump….well, a variation of it anyway, and minus the water view dammit). Their homes are rustic and modern and works of art. Each one a dream. Well, my dream anyway. And how cool is that house lined with wood stacks?  

Pattersons

Posted on Wed, 19 Jun 2013 by KiM

Pattersons is an architecture firm from New Zealand that is responsible for the creation of some really spectacular homes. Not too fussy or over the top, they specialize in modern designs but keep it simple and elegant. The sheep seem to approve. 🙂


Chris Dimond

Posted on Thu, 30 May 2013 by KiM

I have another Australian architect for you today. This time it’s Chris Dimond, and holy smokes this retro home he has designed is a mid-century fan’s dream come true. I have always wanted to live in a totally retro home. I would take this one in a heartbeat. (But I’d love the pool of the other home!)

Westport Studio

Posted on Wed, 22 May 2013 by KiM

I LOVE this little 775 sq ft apartment located in Malmesbury, UK (it’s a unique hilltop market town established in 880AD!!!). This property dates to 1850, is solid stone and has been totally renovated. I’m forever a fan of old, rustic homes brought into the 21st century – love the stone walls and the beamed ceilings. It has such a cosy feel to it. The kitchen design is pretty creative – I take it it’s for folks who mostly eat out (although it even has a dishwasher!). How cool that it’s accessed from the road via a courtyard so it’s totally private. More details here and the agent’s page here.