An Eclectic Apartment in London

Funky and eclectic.

Funky and eclectic.

Funky and eclectic.

Funky and eclectic.

Funky and eclectic.

Funky and eclectic.

Funky and eclectic.

Funky and eclectic.

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Victorian house extension in Australia

This Victorian house in Melbourne, Australia feels likes stepping through time and space. This creative house extension designed by Matt Gibson Architecture is a true work of art. Three minimalist cubes are built behind the existing Victorian house. The green interior matches with the green front door, providing continuity to the space.

Shakin Stevens House Melbourne

Shakin Stevens House Melbourne

Shakin Stevens House Melbourne

Shakin Stevens House Melbourne

Shakin Stevens House Melbourne

Shakin Stevens House Melbourne

Shakin Stevens House Melbourne

Shakin Stevens House Melbourne

Shakin Stevens House Melbourne

Shakin Stevens House Melbourne

Shakin Stevens House Melbourne

Shakin Stevens House Melbourne

Shakin Stevens House Melbourne

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An injection of Colour

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A private residence in Anacapri, Italy

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Recycled Bicycle Chandeliers

CONNECT is a series of chandeliers inspired by DIY and Bike punk culture combined with aesthetics rooted in the Victorian era created by LA based artist Carolina Fontoura Alzaga. Her handmade bespoke pieces evoke a strong industrial look and invite the viewer to examine them.

Photos by Carolina Fontoura Alzaga, via here.

Inside Google’s new London office

The new Google headquarters in London, England occupies half of the Central Saint Giles development at 1 St Giles High Street. The interior space has a quirky cutting-edge design by PENSON. A mix of modern and 70s retro style defines this unique workspace, which features many lounging areas. Lounging space with padded bench seats provide a traditional British pub feel. The eco-conscious interior design also uses a lot of reclaimed or recycled materials. This is modern British design paying homage to the traditional English look.

Via PENSON Group Architects.

Loft style apartment in NYC

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A beautiful palette in a small space

Photos by Tomirri Photography.

One Hyde Park, London

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A renovated attic apartment

This renovated duplex apartment showcases a modern and spacious attic. The 127 sq. meters  apartment with a modern interior design has an open kitchen  layout and dining area on the main floor and the living area in the attic. The white wood flooring  and white walls in the living room create the idea of a bigger space and keep the decor beautifully modern.

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