Photography by Tom Ferguson
Love these very matte tiles, and the soft grey cabinetry in this renovated Sydney terrace home. If, like me, you dig period-era bones (hello, four original fireplaces throughout the house) alongside contemporary art and design, see the rest of this home – designed by Baldwin & Bagnall – over on The Local Project.
That fireplace! Yes, arches are everywhere now – but this is the first time I’ve seen them employed in a fireplace – LOVE it.
The way those linen drapes are playing with the sunlight too… gorgeous.
This superb space (above, the home office) is by Sydney interior designers Lane & Grove
To see the rest of this house (Clovelly 3), visit Lane & Grove’s website
Whitewashed walls, simple stone floors…
Nestled in an olive tree grove in the Italian countryside, Villa Castelluccio – a 1920’s villa given new life by wunderkind architect Andrew Trotter (also, btw, the founder and editor of the brilliant Open House magazine). He’s struck a beautiful balance of traditional Italian and modern Med, and it’s both rustic and substantial, while also having a light and airy feel about it. That thick custom concrete benchtop (and especially, especially the kitchen sink ) is the stuff of my dreams! Also love the double wooden doors throughout.
Stylist Pella Hedeby wove her magic wand again, creating this scene for Bricmate kitchen worktops. The black and beige works so great together with the lighter elements (like the woven-seat Wishbone chairs and the rice paper pendant), don’t you think?
This kitchen actually belongs to a new creative hub/co-working space in one of Berlin’s newest precincts.
Designed by the renowned Annabell Kutucu, who describes her aesthetic for the space as ‘brutalist silence meets wabi-sabi’.
One of the quiet workspaces in this same building.