When I first laid eyes on this house by all I wanted to do was pack my bags, hop a plane and move right in. It’s the Hudson, New York home of the firm’s founding partner David Mann. Intimate, simple yet stylish, a window onto how the designer loves to live. Speaking of windows if the front door is locked when I turn up to claim squatter’s rights I might just scamper through one of those multi-paned Federal windows to gain access.
The perfect way to amp up the drama. A black and white palette for maximum contrast, a statement chair and large artworks. I’ll take it all! By , a Norwegian artist and interior designer based in New York. (You can shop for art prints by Prydz .)
Large on style, small in footprint. At only 32 sq m Canning Cottage by Melbourne-based interior design firm contains tone on tone living spaces, bedroom and central bathroom pod within a small heritage workers cottage. Streamlined, modern and with great functionality and storage it is a fresh and fabulous take on small space living.
The perfect marriage of sophistication and rustic style, of old and new, humble object and high end statement piece. Stone and straw play against the gloss of lacquer and hints of gold. While the dichotomy provides the drama in this Mediterranean Townhouse by Spanish designer , the contrast is more curated than clashing. Imagine living surrounded by such beautiful things.
No ornamentation, no excess, no ostentation. Beautiful finishes, attention to detail, quality, quality, quality and an emphasis on function. It’s the formula Madrid-based architectural and interior design firm chose to create this modern, minimalist renovation within a historic apartment. Clean, sleek luxury with warmth and style.