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Monthly archive January, 2015
A new collection by Broste Copenhagen

A new collection by Broste Copenhagen

I feel well away on Danish shores this week (if you've missed the wonderful house I posted about on Tuesday, be sure to check it out!). What impresses me most in Copenhagen is the density of interesting interior and decor brands that offer a variety of home accessories inspired often enough by far southern countries...
Vipp Shelter - an impressive black interior from the Danish brand Vipp

Vipp Shelter – an impressive black interior from the Danish brand Vipp

This new project is called Vipp Shelter - a steel construction with a total area of 55 sq. m, created with one main purpose - to facilitate escape to nature. As they define it - this is not a house, nor a mobile home, but rather large and functional industrial object - a shelter.
Elegant shades of gray in a Danish house

Elegant shades of gray in a Danish house

The house's biggest advantage is the unusually high living room which previously belonged to the Danish artist Vedel Egebaek and was his studio. Rigth now the room is the new owners' and their children's favorite place in the house. Indeed tall windows make the living room really bright and pleasant, and that's exactly why the...
How to live normally on 29 sq. m

How to live normally on 29 sq. m

This tiny apartment has an area of only 29 sq. m and was designed by Ewa Czerny, an architect from the Polish studio 3XA. She didn't just designed it but she also lives in it and before 2012 she lived in an even smaller one.
Light and comfort in a Victorian house

Light and comfort in a Victorian house

This interior is a result of the renovation of an old Victorian house in Melbourne, where a second floor was added to the previous one-storey building. A new floor level and sliding windows that connect the interior with the inner courtyards of the house are also a unique feature of this beautiful house.
Extraordinary apartments in Buenos Aires

Extraordinary apartments in Buenos Aires

These extraordinary apartments are located in a new modular building in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and were designed by the architectural studio intile & rogers. Each floor has three apartments, a total of 12 for the entire building, each with a large living area and cleverly hidden bathroom, kitchen, wardrobes and a sleeping area.
Tina Fussell's Flying House in Copenhagen

Tina Fussell’s Flying House in Copenhagen

The "Flying House" is where currently lives the traveling tribe aka Tina Fussell's family. She is an American who together with her husbands and children has litteraly lived around the world over the past 12 years - they have lived in Spain, then in Morocco and now they reside mainly in Copenhagen (besides the last...
An elegant art nouveau hotel in Stockholm

An elegant art nouveau hotel in Stockholm

This beautiful and elegant hotel in Stockholm is located in one of the most valuable art deco buildings of the Swedish capital and canotinues its style in the modern interior which is very measured, but luxuriously made with Swedish attention to the details, the materials and the modern means of expression.
A new project by Archabits - FOOM

A new project by Archabits – FOOM

An interesting new project by the Bulgarian designers Archabits - the room FOOM which draws attention to domesticity and the desire to keep warm in the cold winter months with a real homey mood, knitted cuchons and wood furniture.
A beautiful summer house on Ile de Re

A beautiful summer house on Ile de Re

This beautiful summer house on the Ile de Re is inspired by the island's salt pans and the minimalism, which is the main characteristic of the style of the owner. Outdoor and interior are imbued with the local atmosphere and some nice objects made by local craftsmen.