A home perfectly adapted to suit a casual and relaxed lifestyle and a space meant to make anyone feel at home – this is how we can describe this loft at first sight. And we wouldn’t be wrong. Located in the Downtown Arts District of Los Angeles, the apartment has a total surface of 3,500 square feet (approximately 325 square meters), which makes it a very spacious home by most standards. Continue reading »
In this article we are pleased to be able to feature even more designs from the team at Studio Smader. With their thoroughly modern taste and careful attention to design detail, these interiors are both beautiful and inviting, across the board and we couldn’t resist giving this studio a back to back feature.
The exterior of this first modern home is sleek. The way the light beckons from the other side of the huge windows is immediately inviting. Continue reading »
This 2400 square foot house in Weston, Connecticut was designed by Specht Harpman Architects, the geniuses behind the incredibly loved Manhattan Micro Loft. Nestled into a valley near Saugatuck River, the Weston Residence blends right into the surrounding natural environment.
The house has a way of fitting right into the land it sits on, blurring the division of structure and environment. Continue reading »
Forget the old, boring and simple bookshelves your parents used to have and focus on more creative designs. It’s time to think out of the box and to find new ways to display your book collection. Get some inspiration from nature and opt for a
This tree bookshelf designs has already become a classic. It’s simple, imposing and perfect if you’re looking for a way to decorate an empty wall, whether it’s in the bedroom, living room or office. It will definitely become the focal point of the room. Continue reading »
Jodie Cooper Design studio designed the interiors of the Quedjinup project, a peaceful beach retreat built by The Rural Building Company. This two story contemporary residence is located in Dunsborough, a coastal town in the South West of WesternAustralia. The large free form living and kitchen area is enhanced by raking ceilings and views through stackable sliding doors to the back alfresco area. Being the heart of the home, the living room is perfectly designed for those on acreage with beautiful 360 degree views or for others who desire open space living. The Quedjinup has been beautifully designed with a contrast of soaring ceilings and free form living areas and secluded bedroom areas to retire to for privacy. This home can be easily modified to suit a particular family, with additional floorplan options. Continue reading »