When it comes to garage living, Amsterdam looks like the perfect spot to be with this eclectic loft from Bricks Amsterdam.
This space charms the heck out of me...a touch of whimsy, sophistication, vintage and a good dose of materialism and modernism to pull it all together. I sense a rather high, masculine taste level, using creativity to sprinkle creative elements throughout the home.
"Finding beauty in your surroundings is key to maintaining a happy home. But when you make your life and living as an artist, you must also be able to find inspiration there. While some artists may be inspired by vast swaths of blank canvas or the ultimate in simplicity, others prefer mementos of their lives, channeling memories, images, sights, and sounds that can then be a source of that elusive creative spark."
Fresh youth space - very comfortable and bohemian to the extend – spacing in one breath. But when you come right down to it, there is a cocktail made up of interior styles. An old house with walls of beautiful brickwork and hig
There are many subtle textural elements in this apartment and a soft and romantic pallet is used. Combined with some interesting accessories and vintage furniture this is one sweet home. Take notice of many cool lighting choices and wonderful art, and a bit of whimsy in the bathroom and kitchen floors.
Alketas Pazis is a design piece collector of all things Avant-Garde, items of all sorts of designs ranging from the styles of 1900s-1950s. He has an exquisite eye for picking out the truly magnificent pieces, his passionate about locating, rescuing and reclaiming industrial objects. With a vast and very exclusive collection of vintage furniture pieces …
Not so much RAW but a lovely REAL collector with a fabulous eye! I always enjoy vintage industrial pieces and the leather upholstered classic pieces are cherry. Enjoy and Happy New Year.....
A three-roomed apartment was converted by design firm SVOYA studio into a sumptuous two-roomed contemporary space in the heart of Kiev, Ukraine.
This home is full of hard and raw industrial elements throughout via the concrete ceilings and pillars. A counter balance of softness is provided by warm tones wood floors and lighting. The medallion on the ceiling and hammock are really cool, and the bathrooms and kitchen bring a lux feel.....
Creative studio designed by Manolo Yllera, situated in Spain.
designed by Manolo Yllera, in Spain and totally RAD! Full of art, photography and many wonderful pieces. Interestingly, although I lean towards minimalism personally, I really am drawn in here and find it light and fanciful with a good touch of humor!
Eclectic loft apartment designed by Lev Lugovskoy, situated in Russia.
Raw elements abound in this quirky architect's loft in Russia. I suspect most of the obviously old wood beams, brick walls, and fab floors are original to the space, however I did not find any history of the building. You can spend a lot of time taking in all the details in this very masculine and thoughtfully designed and decorated space. Filled with a beautiful vintage leather sofa and a predominance of brown and muted furniture, the art, rugs and throw pillows add small pops of color. Take notice of the unique lighting and the bathroom/tub.
Swedish born, interior stylist Marie Olsson Nylander has very good taste, as you can see from her own house. With a bohemian de luxe style, an eclectic mix of
Quirky and fun..... "Swedish born, interior stylist Marie Olsson Nylander has very good taste, as you can see from her own house. With a bohemian de luxe style, an eclectic mix of antiques and contemporary, her home converges many different styles in a style that she owns." Trendland.com
Un loft à Milan. Le loft de l'architecte Marco Vido est à la fois son espace de travail et son lieu de vie. D'aspect minimal, il a conservé la plupart
A true study in contrasts..... This wonderful find in Milan is Architect Marco Vido’s workspace and living space. It is a space that proudly reflects it's industrial, raw, concrete walls, glazed windows, and original ceilings. Their are countless creative touches with large art and well chosen unique lighting. Many rooms assert a minimal decor aesthetic.Yes I do adore the bedroom space and what a beautiful photo!
The extreme modernism of the bathroom and the beauty and high functionality of the kitchen indicate their is no compromise in lifestyle to live in this interesting and visually pleasing space.
This dreamy New York loft (listed at $19.5M) was designed by renowned Architect Michael Haverland. He cleverly used industrial conduits and materials (concrete,
We know you will enjoy this light infused, concrete driven New York loft. This architect designed space has exceptionally cool stairs and a very interesting skylight. The bathroom and large dining room are our favorite rooms. What do you like?
http://www.homedit.com/modern-warehouse-in-san-francisco/ This space is all about it's giant redwood beams and the vast volume overall. We love the underdecoration, the somewhat small size of the funiture, and the uniqueness of the key elements. Clearly this home is modern, functional and represents a very artfully, tastefully decorated home without forcing anything, it just breathes a zen quality....xo! share and enjoy
I love the clean and light decorating approach to George and Alex Cleary's home. They have earthy, edgy taste in many of the decorative sculptures and art pieces. They punctuate the very white, wood, and original brick interior with an understated amount which gives them importance. The info about the details is included in the body of the story.
My favorite aspect of this home is their discerning use of scale in unexpected ways and the beauty of simplicity as showcased here.....
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a very seductive, cool space....a bit dark... When we speak of raw architecture, we are typically referencing a few important elements in the spaces we visit. Today we bring you a minimalistic interpretation of an elegant, modernized, raw and real home.
Un loft en Argentine Lionel Peralla est un designer français né d'une mère espagnole qui arrivé il y a un an à Buenos Aires, en Argentine. Il aime vivre depuis toujours dans des lieux atypiques, et c'est dans un loft qu'il s'est installé où il profite de la vie sud-américaine pleine de couleurs et de chaleur. Photos : Santiago Ciuffo
This masculine, modern home is loaded with industrial finishes and textures. Lionel Peralla is a French designer born to a Spanish mother, who arrived a year ago in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He loves to live always in atypical places, and it’s in a loft that he settled where he takes advantage of the South American life full of colors and warmth. Photos: Santiago Ciuffo
Inspired by the monumental forms of Aztec pyramids and the elemental beauty and bright colors of Luis Barragán’s designs, this stunning home also has notes of Le Corbusier and a hint of Tadao Ando.
follow link below to see more/better images of this very unique home A breathtaking color and architectural use of concrete, we love #Brutalism The vermilion exterior of the Pedro Reyes house.....abundant raw elements of concrete and various stone finishes.....great art and enviable collection of classic furniture. "A house made of concrete may seem an odd choice for a family of four. But for Pedro Reyes, Carla Fernández and their two young children, there are few spaces sweeter than their sprawling Brutalist abode. At first glance, it’s a sea of gray. But a closer look and a half-hour’s conversation reveals its playful peculiarities – and its purpose." “Our home is a laboratory” http://www.freundevonfreunden.com/interviews/pedro-reyes-and-carla-fernandez/
Name: Lizzy Janssen Location: Fishtown — Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Size: One Bedroom, One Bathroom Years lived in: 2.5 years, rent When visiting Lizzy's neighborhood you never know what type of house you're going to end up in. Fishtown is eclectic and certainly stylish and the homes range from industrial lofts in old factories to untouched rowhomes and occasionally you'll find a complete and utter surprise like the one I was presented with when Lizzy opened the door.
This house screams "COOL""! Vintage finds assembled with a discerning eye and a touch of humor and a dose of childhood wonder. Well done Lizzy.....
A WEAPONS FACTORY IN BUDAPEST BECOMES A HOME Posted by Caroline Williamson on 07.25.16 in Architecture, Interior Design, Main
A Weapons Factory in Budapest Becomes a Home FORWARDVIEW THE PHOTO GALLERY A+Z Design Studio, run by architect and production designer Attila F. Kovács and his art director and stylist wife, Zsuzsa Megyesi, became their own clients when they converted a four-story building that was once a weapons factory, into their home. Located in the southern part of Budapest, Hungary, Loft 19, their tower-like home, and the large factory complex date back to around 1913-1915 and have become protected industrial buildings. The space is quite unusual but they’ve made it all their own creating the perfect blend of design from Kovács’ childhood years (1950s-60s) with a contemporary spin.
A cool, low key, not over the top environment. Beautiful furniture choices, muted, easy color palette, hip accessories all combine to create a very welcoming home. I particularly love the windows and polished concrete floors
be prepared....a lot to see! French artist Christian de Laubadère Shanghai home,, is filled with mandarin portraits, blue and white Chinese porcelain, carved wood frames and a host of other oriental artifacts. I love the fusion of layered textiles, objects displayed only for their beauty...Sarah Greenman cool blog http://maisonboheme.blogspot.com/
Spotted the loft home of Joan from Joan’s on Third cafe (previously featured here) … perfect design for the space & loft location. Love the polished concrete floors & the little vintage touches that soften the industrial look. photos by laure joliet for remodelista xx debra
I like this loft with it's generous sampling of mid century modern classics, this beautiful vintage chandelier, and a bright and light personality. The kitchen is fairly perfect and charming! Bravo!
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Welcome to this warm and inviting space in Brooklyn. Decorated with bits and pieces of antiques, modern, vintage and garden furniture, an eclectic combination that works. My sweet spot here is the clean geometric lines/angles of the stairway and the awesome brickwork. Coming in next, of course I always appreciate a special bathroom and this one has very cool textures, high ceiling, and design elements, and the tub!!!! The bedroom also calls to me, I am kind of tired right now, besides that I think the bed looks so comfortable and I always appreciate restraint in a sleeping space.
This re-imagined 1920s flour mill now houses a modern industrial loft and the rebirth is spectacular. A tandem project between…
Enjoy your visit to this spectacular renovated Flour Mill. "A project between architectural firm Robb Studio and Chicago-based interior design team Studio Gild." randysloan.com - I particularly like the unique dining light fixture and the entry hall sculptural lighting. I have great appreciation for the minimal approach in accessorizing and the chosen opportunities to use color. This is a home with subtle sophistication and quality finishes in the kitchen and bathroom as well as some really fine leather occasional chairs sprinkled throughout....
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