Displaying posts labeled "Concrete"

Working on a Saturday

Posted on Sat, 29 Feb 2020 by midcenturyjo

It’s like I say week in week out. If you have to drag yourself into work on a Saturday it helps if it’s super stylish. Office ADF by Arjaan De Feyter.

Pictures by Piet-Albert Goethals

Woodside Residence

Posted on Wed, 26 Feb 2020 by midcenturyjo

“Nestled within the established Bird in Hand Wine estate, the Woodside Residence is home to a family of five. With three children under one roof, the circa late 1800s homestead was full to the brim. Via a homogenous extension, the footprint was enlarged and internal spaces renovated, designed to exude country hospitality, set within tranquil surroundings.”

A charming modern interpretation of country living. So many standout design features. The transition from living to dining up concrete stairs beside the double sided fireplace. The large steel and glass window doors that allow extensive views of the lush garden. The mudroom! Woodside Residence by Enoki

Photography by Jenah Piwanski

The Beach House

Posted on Mon, 24 Feb 2020 by midcenturyjo

“This federation home is located on the WA coastline and the extension was designed around a young family of 5. The coastal context and lifestyle formed a strong part of the client briefing. We aspired for a casual feel with original design outcomes that complimented the existing federation style architecture.”

A wonderful modern coastal interpretation in Cottesloe, Perth … The Beach House by LAHAUS.

Modern minimalism in a London home

Posted on Sun, 23 Feb 2020 by KiM

This modern home in London is an absolute gem, with one of my dream features – a central courtyard (complete with 2 story plant wall!), that even includes a footbridge to join the entrance to the sitting room at the rear. The home’s structure is perfect for displaying art and mid century furnishings in a minimalist, gallery-esque way. Available as a location home via Shoot Factory.

No ordinary apartment

Posted on Wed, 12 Feb 2020 by midcenturyjo

“Located in the bustling neighborhood of the 6th district in Vienna, this 300sqm apartment is a place of retreat for a well-travelled design aficionado. The apartment is divided in two units with seamless connection through wooden sliding doors. High ceilings and big windows create an overall spacious feel. The bright open-plan living, kitchen and dining space is the center of the apartment where friends come together for long dinners and endless talks. A composition of custom-made interiors, wooden furniture, rough linen and carpets, selected mid-century vintage finds and unique objects complement the general monochrome and understated design concept.”

With its restrained palette and casual sophistication this carefully curated home is indeed no ordinary apartment. A signature design by Annabelle Kutucu.

Photography by Claus Brechenmacher