These abstract Paintings by Artist Boski Sztuka are inspired by the stylings of some mid century artists but I feel that Boski has an amazing style all his own. “Butch” as he is called by his friends has created some landscapes that are so full of color, texture and shape one could see something new every day. This sampling of images is just a handful of his work. I want to know where we can buy some of these works.
“I don’t call myself an artist. That designation seems best assigned by academics, critics, and marketing departments. I’m a craftsman. A proud craftsman who makes things out of paint and canvas. I happen to think that they’re decorative things, and it’s turned out that at least a few other people think so, too.”
These amazing interiors by Yabu Ushelberg are just a few from some of their retails portfolio. Their work with private residences is beyond good, you see more HERE Their interiors are so precise and tailored yet the materials that are chosen ad a level of elegance. I would personally love to visit some of these showrooms, looks like there are some fin examples of timeless design to be found.
This mid century in Los Angeles by William Fuller was an existing duplex but was then converted into a single residence. For the most part I like the conversion but some of the feature are a little contemporary for me, AKA the bathrooms. I’m am not saying I wouldn’t live there it is quite nice. One thing I can appreciate is the fact that they furnished the house well and listed the home with furnishings. I come across so many listings of amazing MCM houses that are jus empty.
This steel framed mid century home has some design elements of an Eichler house. The architectural pieces that I am very drawn to are those steel beams running throughout the house. Where these beams over kill in terms of strength? I don’t know but I certainly like them. The structure allows for some amazing wide open space living. The house is currently on the market over in Palm Springs. Not pictured is the sunken tub/shower, that thing is sweet.
Art collector Jörg Johlen turned this old apartment in berlin to a Scandinavian style dream scape. I don’t know if this would technically be called Scandinavian but just the materials and color palette sure do reflect that. I admire people that can pull of minimal. I like design way to much to limit my thins to just a few. I am willing to bet if he is a art collector there is a stooge unit somewhere with some pretty wonderful thing in it.
I have always loved Oblica’s interpretation of the modern fireplace. I am sure we have all seen one of these designs as we bookmark and pin our favorite interior images. Our winter has been pretty mild but I can’t help to think that a wood burning stove would have to help with the heating bills.The GyroFocus has to be my favorite fireplace, there is just something about the causer shape, almost iconic.