Industrial Loft in Italy.

 

 

All photos from Elle Decor. (c) Maz Zambelli.- Design by Paola Navone.

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Introducing Kitchen Wizards

I recently came across these beautifully designed kitchens and they immediately caught my attention. Later I learned that the masterminds behind these designs were two New Jersey cousins, branching out form their family owned business Brunellesschi Construction. I looked them up and found these elaborate designs I wanted to share with you. One thing I loved is how they made this real-life sized kitchens feel ample and royal with their  high quality materials. Just lovely. Enjoy. And go look for them if you´re in the New jersey Area.

Island Retreat. West Edge House

Reunion Island, Indian Ocean. Welcome to paradise.

Home designed by No Coffee Architects

Photos By Shane Miller

Tree Houses 3.0

The universal childhood fantasy of  the tee house, gets a makeover with these fun, cool designs.

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Modern Design for the Home

Yumi Floor Lamp

Shiro Stall Shower By Zazzeri

Eaux Eaux Sink Joel Roberts

Guardaroba By Bertola Design

Hansa Latrava Facucet By Octopus Design

Coffee and Tea Maker By Bodum

Table Fireplace by MOMA

Cascade Cedar Shower By Tradewinds

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Theatre reborn as Bookstore in Buenos Aires

Its about time we feature a post on our hometown, I think. This time I bring to you a 20´s theatre in the heart of Buenos Aires, that was reborn a couple of years ago into this dreamy bookstore. Full of the original artwork, frescoes in the ceiling and beautiful finishes, its the perfect place to get lost in a perfect book, daydream of a different era, and leave all the the city noise behind. Enjoy. (and come and visit!)

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Garden Shed makeover. By Hel Yes desgin Studio

Hel Yes, a design studio by Helsinki architect Ville Hara and designer Linda Bergroth launched a greenhouse and shed kit a couple of years ago for gardeners. Substantially more aesthetically pleasing that garden sheds we’re accustomed to seeing, Hel Yes designer Linda Bergroth clearly thought so too. She customised the garden shed to make a summer home for herself. By adding a wooden floor, steps made from reclaimed bricks and solar panels for lighting, the simple shed takes on an architectural approach with this transformation, enabling it to fit seamlessly in with its surroundings, whilst providing the perfect view from the inside out.

But I look at the pics and keep wondering…. Is that Forrest hers? Is it her garden around the house? Or  will she wake up with fisherman staring at her in bed? Cant everybody see her at night? When the sun shines in…how does she keep it from blinding her?? Isn’t it boiling hot in there? how about cooking? …..I dont know, I think its beautiful, but what do you think???

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The Indoor/Outdoor Life

Sydney-based architect Christopher Polly turned a compact semi-detached 1890 dwelling on a compromised lot into a spacious indoor/outdoor living pavilion for a young family.

Had the budget been larger, a second story would have made sense, but it was not to be. Polly’s solution? Use the existing house for sleeping quarters, and add a modern extension housing the kitchen and dining areas. The new structure opens wide to the outdoors, via sliding pocket doors, allowing the family to live an indoor/outdoor existence. To see more, visit Christopher Polly.

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Rock Star Miami Kitchen

Ruben wrote:  “I wanted to share some images of a kitchen we just renovated in Miami, FL. This kitchen was designed for a fun creative guy who loves rock and roll and gourmet food. We wanted to make the kitchen feel like it belonged in a 1930’s house but still pop with bold colors and edgy patterns. We used a yellow and grey geometric wallpaper from Jonathan Adler on the ceiling. The yellow tones are also found on the hardwood floors. Classic charcoal grey cabinetry was paired with white marble and white ceramic tile for contrast. Vintage library lamps illuminate the open aluminum shelving.”

Ruben D Gutierrez of Errez Design

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