Part gallery, part apartment, all style. The Milan loft home of Tommaso Spinzi of Spinzi Design a Milan and Melbourne based interior design firm is inspirational and aspirational. I think I’d take one of everything from contemporary to design classics from the 70s and 80s. It’s my kryptonite.
It may only be a one bedroom cottage but what it lacks in size it makes up for with its stylish, modern country vibe. Plank walls, natural materials, well loved vintage pieces and a gentle light flowing in through mulipaned windows. A wonderful weekend getaway or a special home for one … or two. Blout Springs Bungalow by Heather Chadduck Interiors.
Photography by Laurey Glenn
It’s like I say week after week. If you have to drag yourself into work on a weekend it helps if it’s somewhere stylish. Haight by S?o Paulo based MNMA studio.
“… this home shows how one simple curve can not only inspire the architects, but, as importantly, set them on a new path of discovery.”
Two self-contained apartments were re-imagined as one three-level home with the sinuous curve of a staircase climbing a monumental void. Arc Side by Melbourne-based design studio Jolson.
Photography Lucas Allen
WOW! This 400 sq ft cabin in?Swannanoa, North Carolina is a simple blend of Scandinavian and Japanese sensibilities and is so brilliantly laid out to maximize the small footprint. While being essentially one open space, it has a living room, breakfast nook, a bathroom, a kitchen, a media loft, a tea loft, and a bedroom. Designed by Shelter Collective – an interior design + architecture + custom furnishings studio whose attention to detail is impeccable. (You can rent this via Airbnb!)