windows to die for ... brick slip wall... warm but modern

Industrial style interior with exposed brick wall. What captured my interest on this specific interior was the usage of the brick exposed wall uniting the outdoor and indoor environments thus creating the feel of a lager space.

Congratulations to Architects EAT - the Melbourne practise who are the winners of the Australian Interior Design Awards 2016 for Residential Design. The Fitzroy Loft reinterpreted from factory to family home.


THE EAMES CHAIR! We kin folkz. Charles & Ray Eames La Chaise, Originally designed for a competition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, inspired by Floating Figure, a sculpture by Gaston Lachaise. Material fiberglass, chrome and oak.

Wythe Hotel Brooklyn: The custom beds at Brooklyn’s Wythe Hotel, a converted former textile factory originally built in 1901, are designed by Dave Hollier Woodwork and Design, using reclaimed ceiling timbers. The rooms pay homage to the building's Old-World industrial roots with a clever modern twist. Graphic wallpaper, distinctive wood furnishings, and a brisk color palette lend an air of pure sophistication.

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Bedroom Design - The custom beds are made from reclaimed ceiling timbers by Dave Hollier Woodwork and Design. The Wythe Hotel bedrooms feature nouveau toile wallpaper designed by Dan Funderburgh and printed in Brooklyn by Flavor Paper.

Oak framed picture window..

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Modern Living Spaces // oversized windows in this modern interior // Black White Residence / David Jameson Architect

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love the contrast of the sleek windows and weathered floors (Yves Bayard in Saint-Paul de Vence) - Luxury Homes

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scandinaviancollectors: “House D by architects Claire Bataille and Paul Ibens, Brussels, Belgium. Wall cabinet by George Nakashima and a lounge chair model by Alvar Aalto Photograph by Jean-Luc Laloux.