These clean minimal residential interiors by Co.Studio are fantastic. It is not to often that I look at a body of work and I love everything. All of that walnut in the first picture, in a way flips the scrip as we are mostly conditioned to seeing wood like that on the floors. The second picture has an end cut floor that creates unique pattern. The black kitchen in pics 6 and 10 is so minimal and elegant.
This modern apartment in Stockholm is sort of old news as it was on the market quite a few years ago, 2011 I think. It just goes to show that good design will last. I like all of the teak cabinets and neutral colors. The open loft like space above the living room ads a nice does of dimension. So simple, I think that is what makes these interiors as nice as they are, edit edit edit.
Mid century in Greenwich Connecticut couldn’t possibly get any better than this. Designed by ROY JOHNSON in 1979 this rather large mid century gem is currently on the market. The front door and entry way are dramatic is good good way. Where did that stunning and I am sure one of a kind twisted staircase come from? I am sure we can all easily admit that the current owner has some good taste in furnishings. The older landscape and pond in the back are a great marriage with the house.
The Moonlight House by Giovanni D’Ambrosio Architecture is quite a stunning structure. I was instantly engaged by the interiors. I almost feel like I am inside a mid century modern house with the slatted ceilings. The stone work coming into the interiors also gives me a feeling of MCM. The jutting roof lines are a dramatic architectural element while giving volume to the interiors of the house.
I came across the work of Fernando Santangelo while fumbling around on Tumblr was quite impressed. The first pic is one of the nicest bathrooms I have seen in a while, probably the insane wood patters on the door. He also has some interesting lighting fixture designs, including this red and green cross based lamp which I like. It wasn’t hard to spot the George Nakashima pieces used in some of these spaces. His fire place tool set is interesting and outside of the norm, I like it.
This industrial modern loft by Pinoni + Lazzarini has some ingenious design elements. The first item that caught my eye was the steel and concrete stairs. They feel like a grouping of stacked blocks. The openness of the steel blocks also adds a form of shelving while one of the concrete steps runs the length of the wall creating a long bench. The lighting along the baseboard in the second to last pic is a nice touch.