Displaying posts labeled "Brick"

Muted colours in an apartment in Oslo

Posted on Tue, 7 Aug 2018 by KiM

Thank you to Silje for sending us the link to this now-sold apartment that was recently listed in Oslo, Norway. She says this is typical of the style that is happening there at the moment and I have to say, it is very easy on the eye! The colour palette is so warm and inviting. Combined with the exposed brick walls, the bright light flowing through each room and the collection of greenery it is no wonder this apartment was snapped up! Link .

Habachy Designs

Posted on Wed, 1 Aug 2018 by KiM

It has been years since we have featured some spaces designed by (here and here). It appears that in almost 10 years he still remains true to his signature style – as Lisa had put it, it’s glamorous and broody, high end and hedonistic, OTT and fab. I would say he has toned things down a bit, and gone a bit less OTT and a bit more elegant, and not quite so dark. In the end it is more liveable and easy on the eye.

Modern in an old mouldings shop

Posted on Tue, 17 Jul 2018 by midcenturyjo

An old plaster moulding shop on the ground floor of an early 20th century building in Barcelona was dark and derelict until architectural firm created a magical light filled home with central courtyard and a distinct modern flavour inside its rustic exposed brick walls. Love the almost sculptural feel to elements such as the staircase and shelving.

 

Project Nymph

Posted on Fri, 13 Jul 2018 by midcenturyjo

Another fine example from the portfolio of Melbourne-based . The modern extension to the rear of this terrace house uses a striking materials palette of slate, timber and concrete block.A thoroughly modern look, striking, light filled with just a touch of retro.

Photographer: Derek Swalwell

Light Saw House

Posted on Fri, 13 Jul 2018 by midcenturyjo

Respect, knowledge and a consideration for people and the natural environment define ‘ work and design philosophy. This Edwardian weatherboard house has renovated and an extension to the rear brings in light and views to the garden. The reuse of external bricks especially on the floor and fireplace hearth adds interesting texture and warmth.

Photographer: Derek Swalwell

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