It may seem a little sparsely curated, perhaps a little spartan chic but the home of designer and stylist Louisa Grey of is, after all, a location house. What appears stark in one photo is magically transformed into swoon worthy rooms full of swoon worthy product for exhibitions and photo shoots. was an exhibition of works by designers such as , , , and just this last September. (Can we just take a moment to drink in the beauty of those custom curtains by .) A stunning simple house home to a woman with a great eye.
Photography of the exhibition by Rory Gardiner
Come on. Lisain me. Jump into the portfolio of Naples-based . It’s a masterclass in contemporary Italian design! Because that hotel in Capri in the previous post just wasn’t enough.
Photography by Nathalie Krag, Mattia Aquila, Andrea Ferrari and Kasia Gatkowska
There is a verve, a spark to the work of , that minimalism loaded with colour and personality but remaining true to the history of the building and the site that is so very, very Italian. Perched high above the sparkling blue waters of Capri is a hotel with not just amazing views but inspiring interiors, a perfect example of this style of Italian modern minimalism.
Photography by Nathalie Krag
The ancient and the contemporary sit harmoniously in this amazing 17th century home in the Italian city of Mantova. Wall frescoes are lovingly preserved in the minimalist rooms, heavy ceiling beams retained as well as the old oak floors, stripped and lightened. All are balanced by smooth plastered walls, translucent blinds against windows, a modern white staircase rising to the next floor and skylights splicing into dark bathrooms. By .
I wanted to share a bit more from the Belgium interior architecture duo . Because these spaces are poetic. Somewhat minimalist, elegant, meticulous, artistic. My adoration continues.
(In case you missed my previous feature)