Displaying posts labeled "Stone"

Neutral nirvana

Posted on Fri, 16 Nov 2018 by midcenturyjo

Perched high on the hill above the harbour in Gaeta in the Lazio region of Italy is a neutral nirvana. A monochromatic palette with the attention on textural contrast and natural finishes is cool and chic. Smooth sophistication by Rome-based architect and designer Stefano Dorata.

Stalking architects at work and play

Posted on Tue, 23 Oct 2018 by midcenturyjo

Still real estate stalking in Sydney and I have found a property that is both commercial and residential. Live work perfection. What else would you expect from one of Australia’s leading architectural firms Smart Design Studio? Link here while it lasts.

 

 

A historic, modern farmhouse

Posted on Fri, 19 Oct 2018 by midcenturyjo

A 19th century sandstone farmhouse a few hours outside Sydney undergoes a renovation but it’s not a cheesy, chintzy Victorian time capsule that emerges from the builder’s dust. No. It’s a modern farmhouse, honest, sympathetic, a calm respite from the city rat race. Sophisticated in its simplicity yet true to its roots. Capertee Valley Cottage by Studio Esteta.


Kitchen love

Posted on Mon, 1 Oct 2018 by midcenturyjo

A beautiful 1900’s sandstone villa in Adelaide has been given a new lease on life by Melbourne-based interior designers Heartly. The new kitchen sits simply within the extension. Practical and family friendly does not preclude the luxury of stone and American oak. A nod to the age of the house is found in the streamlined shaker cabinets and the newly exposed stone. A mudroom and new bathroom complete the renovation.

Photography and styling by Mikayla Rose

Fluid stone

Posted on Wed, 19 Sep 2018 by midcenturyjo

French designer Mathieu Lehanneur is a magician. Who else can conjure up liquid marble, ripples in stone? At least that is how it seems. It’s art. It’s design.  Concept versus reality, poetry versus science. No limits. Just let your imagination run away to his marble bedroom in the Hotel de la Monnaie for AD Intérieurs 2017.