Portuguese architect João Rosado Baptista, emailed us a recent project. This office/studio renovation saw Baptista and interior designer Ana Maças Nogueiro, create a dynamic and streamlined space from a rundown two storey building and neglected courtyard. Light, bright, modern yet firmly anchored in its historical past. A warren of rooms was opened up to provide versatile spaces enabling the office to be used in multiple ways. The completely rebuilt courtyard extends the interiors and provides a private retreat. No website as yet but Baptista can be reached here.
Fresh and bright and white and wow. Love this home office/creative space by Jesse Moyer of Jette Creative. A clean, simple aesthetic that marries the past and the present, vintage and modern.
“Artistic Designs for living is about creativity, organization and management.”
To me it is all about how San Francisco interior designer Tineke Triggs and her design team use confident colour, sophisticated layering and careful consideration of the space. The first few photos are of the ADFL studio. The colour is “kapow”, the textures lush. Love the brick wall with the shelf for book display. May just have to use that in my own home. Don’t miss the Mill Valley family home after the jump. Earthy, casual, creative. A wonderful family space.
I love creative spaces…especially when they are workspaces because after spending the last 10 years working in an ugly, boring, totally uninspiring cubicle, it has become completely energy draining. Here’s a workspace I could totally work in.
We’re Aus3 Taller de disseny. A young group of designers (interiors & product) that have just established in Barcelona, and created Espai Born – an office, workshop, exhibition, and events space, that we’ve thought, designed, and created. The program consists on a the shop window on the floor at street level, and below the stairs, a working space, meeting room, a workshop and library areas, a long bar to have informal meetings, a reception area and the bathroom. Actually, it is our own space, and we’re working tohether a different multidisciplinary companies and freelances. We have designed all the furniture using recycled wood and metal. The lighting design is simple and uses the bulbs directly, without using lamp shades; and designing ourselves all the pieces, depending on how we’ll use every different area.