This single family house in Zurich Oberland by AFGH has a industrial feel but also has some warmth provided by walls and ceilings of plywood. In the past I generally didn’t like the use of plywood that much but for some reason this is work for me. I can’t quite figure out the exterior treatment of the house, concrete, steel, aluminum? The door with the hole pattern is a nice touch and design element that is echoed in a upper level window.
These interiors by Geremia have a great clean lined approach that create some very nice modern spaces. Lauren Geremia is the founder and principal designer of Geremia Design. I think she does a fantastic job and keeping her interiors simple but profound by using one of a kind original pieces. I like her choice of art, especially when used in a large format. If you study these spaces you will see furniture, lighting and finishes that were created just for their respective spaces.
This industrial building turned modern home is the work of the renowned design firm Brinkworth for the artist Dinos Chapman and knitwear designer Tiphaine de Lussy. I often refers to these types of home as “bunker style” mostly because of all of the concrete. As it turns out I like these style homes. 7,500 sq ft is a fairly large home but it lays out nicely.“Much of the charm of the original 1930s concrete reservoir (including expansive, open-plan spaces) has been retained by Brinkworth who have also incorporated a large glass pavilion on the top of the property that gives panoramic views towards the North Downs. The pavilion provides a living space that is perhaps one of the most spectacular of any property in the South East of England.”
Designing modern work spaces is another talent that Co.Studio posses. Yesterday I posted about their amazing residential interiors and I feel that their work spaces are just as well done. It was quickly evident that they loved the “spiral stair case” as they have a couple of ideas that are killer. I love the simple clean lined stair case but the one that feels as though it is supported by suspension wire it amazing!
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.