A holiday home in the Mexican city of San Miguel De Allende by PPAA (Pérez Palacios Arquitectos Asociados) looks inward on a series of patios. A study of voids and 3D spaces the house is not so much introspective as it is oasis and retreat. A fascinating study of light and shade, solid and void, public and private.
I don’t know if I’ve ever seen such a beautiful marriage of old and new. Kingston Lafferty Design really nailed this epic project. Bolton Coach House is an historic Coach House building. Kingston Lafferty Design was commissioned to reimagine the interior architecture of the existing building, incorporating a new contemporary extension and exterior terraces and garden. The new design combines and juxtaposes the old and new buildings as one interesting and exciting multi-level, unique space. The existing coach house is brimming with character, charm and original detail so we opted to maximise this with the design. We deliberately created interesting spaces, nooks and crannies, contrasting the old building with a juxtaposing minimal and streamlined extension design.
Photos: Barbara Corsico
With its beautiful stone walls and light flooding in through floor to ceiling windows you could probably throw in a couple of old wooden boxes and a camp stove and this space would still look magical. Adelaide-based Georgie Shepherd has taken this kitchen dining space to the next level. Country style kitchen goals!
A little quirky and a lot of luxury. From its checkerboard stone tiles to the weighty presence of the English bath tub, from the marble vanity to the pewter and oak tapware this little gem by Sydney-based AP Design House is more than your everyday bathroom.
A seamless connection between inside and outside rooms defines the Los Angeles home of landscape architect Scott Shrader. And what rooms! Oh yes the interiors are lovely but it is the lush green garden rooms and the strict neutral palette for the outdoor furnishings that have me gasping. Every picture is a treasure trove of inspiration. Love!