Lorenzo Pennati has an amazing and full portfolio containing beautifully captured interiors. I ran across his work on the Behance network and took the time to look through every one of his shoots. The way these interior scenes are captured enhance details the viewer may miss. In photo number three, is the ceiling light fixture for real, because it is amazing. I feel like some of the spaces are dream scales full of “untouchable” furnishings.
This contemporary extension by naturehumaine is quite the juxtaposition. The owners needed more space than their small 1920’s house but they wanted something more modern. Many of you know that I love this type of addition, I wonder how the neighbors feel. The volumes created in the new addition with the high ceilings are amazing. I can also appreciate the interior finishes, clean and simple.
This minimal apartment by Doorzon is truly beautiful. I think the kitchen island is brilliant, it seems to flow up from the floor while the two share the same stunning marble. The apartment is segregated by color, texture, and shape giving clear guidance and definition. It looks like the view isn’t to bad either, the ocean air always smells so refreshing.
This modern penthouse apartment located in London with interiors designed by the esteemed architect Simon Conder. There are some interesting things going on here. The first would be all of the “under lighting”, I don’t know that I have seen to many interiors with lighting emanating from the underside of the sofas. The hidden pocked bathroom is pretty cool. What about that glass cylinder shower? I do like the clean minimal streamline approach to these interiors.
Benjamin Vandiver has a fantastic artistic expression that is visualized through his portfolio of interiors. Benjamin has a way of mixing new and old blending the two into one cohesive play pen. Kings of Leon drummer, Nathan Followill and Connie Britton have an amazing home, this is one of my favorites projects of his. I don’t know that I could ever bee 100% voltage or mid century as I love the mix.
This Palm Springs mid century modern home by Wexler & Harrison is a sure stand out in my mind. “The current owner spent 7 years lovingly restoring this exceptional home & consulting with Donald Wexler for his input throughout on how to retain the original artistry but use modern fixtures & finishes for the perfect marriage with todays living.” I love that the owner was able to visit and talk with Donald Wexler during the restoration, for some reason it makes the home that much more important. If you are in the market for an iconic desert modernist house, this could be the one for you.