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Perfect Darkness – a study in tile

Posted on Wed, 18 Sep 2019 by KiM

Pinch me because I must be dreaming! This space is beyond incredible. The scoop: During Milan Design Week 2019, Elisa Ossino and Josephine Akvama Hoffmeyer, creative directors and founders of H+O, revealed their multi-room apartment installation, Perfect Darkness. A new concept of home where tiles take centre stage of the project. Besides covering walls and floors tiles are featured in each room serving as structural and architectonic elements. Elisa Ossino Studio designed the interiors of the apartment. The choice of colors, in collaboration with File Under Pop, emphasises the vibration of light highlighting the sequence of environments in a continuous transition from darker to brighter spaces. The space is characterized by carefully selected furniture, objects and art pieces by international award-winning design studios who all share a passion for creativity and innovation: Artcoustic, Astep, Boffi, De Castelli, De-Tech, Dresswall, Fantini, File Under Pop, Formani, Frama, H+O, House of Finn Juhl, Menu, Nesite, Officine Saffi, Pitt Cooking, Salvatori, Stine Goya and Tubes.

Photos: Giorgio Possenti

If I ever wanted to redo my house in pared back, earthy neutrals with a Scandinavian minimalist vibe, I would want it to look exactly like this. This remodeled Victorian townhouse in East London was designed by London-based studio Daytrip and is currently for sale via The Modern House.

Styling by Béton Brut and Laura Fulmine, lighting by Fabio Cristini (There’s Light) and landscaping by Lauren Tyler (Tyler Goldfinch)

Working on a Saturday

Posted on Sat, 14 Sep 2019 by midcenturyjo

It’s like I say time and time again. If you have to drag yourself into work on a weekend then it helps if it’s somewhere super stylish. (Bonus points for the Shogun Floor Lamp by Mario Botta.) 2T Thorel Office by A.R. Rivani.

A white beach house

Posted on Fri, 13 Sep 2019 by midcenturyjo

Just as our first white house celebrated it’s stylish simplicity so does this contemporary house on Sydney’s northern beaches. Even though it doesn’t sit in a field of waving grasses tree tops and expansive blue sky are captured through a feature celestory window. Light and airy, open plan living perfect for the Australian climate. Skylight House by Rachel Hudson Architecture.

 

 

 

Contemporary living in the Melbourne suburb of Elwood. I was real estate strolling scrolling when I happened upon this modern family home. The long narrow block is typical of the area but the designers have managed to not only include a pool but a studio over the garage to the rear. Think clean lines, concrete floors and blonde wood. Link here while it lasts.

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