Situated on a stunning site overlooking Westernport Bay, this family home was conceived as two pavilions sliding across the landscape and creating shelter, shade and relief from the unpredictable coastal weather patterns. SJB Architects really have delivered a beautiful minimalistic home design that leaves us envious of anyone living there!
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Martin House by BG Architecture Creating a place to sit and enjoy, relax and restore in your home, will pay you MASSIVE lifestyle dividends – and it doesnt take a lot of space to do it. Just let the light in, and add some storage so you get maximum functionality and enjoyment from it. LOVE this. Head to my website at www.undercoverarchitect.com for lots of info, advice and guidance in how to create the perfect home for you. Sign up for my free weekly UA News full of inspiration and ideas.
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The Brooklyn home that Ariele Alasko shares with her boyfriend, Isaiah Palmer, is proof that you don’t need to wait for everything to be right before creating the life you want. Ariele may have lived in a tiny rental, but she had dreams of being a wood worker, so she partitioned a section of the living and got right down to business One of 2012s best, via Design Sponge.
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In the wake of the new year, we’ve put together 10 ways that you can easily de-stress your home. With a little organization, color coordination, sweet aromas, and cozy throws, we promise that you’ll be feeling nothing but good vibes. 1. Faux Fur What’s the first step to creating an at-home zen environment? Faux […]
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In creating this tabletop mirror for Menu, Milan-based Studiopepe looked to Italian design of the late 1950s, especially the work of Gio Ponti, Luigi Caccia Dominioni, and Carlo de Carli, who elevated quotidian objects with sleek forms and precious materials. The disc of mirrored glass—one side magnifies (3x) and the other does not—is framed in brass and set in a streamlined stand of white marble. “We like to use really great materials, which gain beauty over the years—not the opposite,” say…
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