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We proudly present launching of our first interior collection in corporation with artist Michal Czinege

We proudly present launching of our first interior collection in corporation with artist Michal Czinege

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Fabrice Ausset - An apartment in Paris

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There are still so many things one can do

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There are still so many things one can do

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There are still so many things one can do

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{Stripped back, modern, and honest are words that come up with this project.}
Anne Sophie Goneau began the renovation by stripping the apartment back to its structure, revealing raw brick walls and steel I-beams, then designed an open-plan layout with a bedroom on side and a bathroom at the back. "The concept was to highlight the raw materials discovered during the demolition, in order to communicate their material, their relief and colour environment," explained Goneau. A kitchen runs along one side of the space. Glossy black cabinets, surfaces and appliances flank the exposed red brickwork, while a contrasting white counter is positioned in front. "The open kitchen is the focal point of the space; it unfolds on the dining room and living room," said Goneau. A floor-to-ceiling glass partition separates the kitchen and dining area from the main bedroom, which residents can choose to screen with curtains. A full-height bookshelf is positioned in front of this bedroom, forming the backdrop of a living room that is also furnished with a large green sofa and a pair of reclaimed wooden armchairs. A timber-lined corridor leads to a second bedroom and bathroom towards the rear. The bathroom is divided into sections; on one side the bathtub and steel sink are surrounded by white walls, while the adjacent shower and toilet are contained behind dark-tinted glass for privacy. 

bjornsrandoms:

{Stripped back, modern, and honest are words that come up with this project.}

Anne Sophie Goneau began the renovation by stripping the apartment back to its structure, revealing raw brick walls and steel I-beams, then designed an open-plan layout with a bedroom on side and a bathroom at the back. "The concept was to highlight the raw materials discovered during the demolition, in order to communicate their material, their relief and colour environment," explained Goneau. A kitchen runs along one side of the space. Glossy black cabinets, surfaces and appliances flank the exposed red brickwork, while a contrasting white counter is positioned in front. "The open kitchen is the focal point of the space; it unfolds on the dining room and living room," said Goneau. A floor-to-ceiling glass partition separates the kitchen and dining area from the main bedroom, which residents can choose to screen with curtains. A full-height bookshelf is positioned in front of this bedroom, forming the backdrop of a living room that is also furnished with a large green sofa and a pair of reclaimed wooden armchairs. A timber-lined corridor leads to a second bedroom and bathroom towards the rear. The bathroom is divided into sections; on one side the bathtub and steel sink are surrounded by white walls, while the adjacent shower and toilet are contained behind dark-tinted glass for privacy. 

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bjornsrandoms:

{Stripped back, modern, and honest are words that come up with this project.}

Anne Sophie Goneau began the renovation by stripping the apartment back to its structure, revealing raw brick walls and steel I-beams, then designed an open-plan layout with a bedroom on side and a bathroom at the back. "The concept was to highlight the raw materials discovered during the demolition, in order to communicate their material, their relief and colour environment," explained Goneau. A kitchen runs along one side of the space. Glossy black cabinets, surfaces and appliances flank the exposed red brickwork, while a contrasting white counter is positioned in front. "The open kitchen is the focal point of the space; it unfolds on the dining room and living room," said Goneau. A floor-to-ceiling glass partition separates the kitchen and dining area from the main bedroom, which residents can choose to screen with curtains. A full-height bookshelf is positioned in front of this bedroom, forming the backdrop of a living room that is also furnished with a large green sofa and a pair of reclaimed wooden armchairs. A timber-lined corridor leads to a second bedroom and bathroom towards the rear. The bathroom is divided into sections; on one side the bathtub and steel sink are surrounded by white walls, while the adjacent shower and toilet are contained behind dark-tinted glass for privacy. 

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Brick Exterior Modern home | WAV

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SE Division Street by Emerick Architects
Amazing retro industrial residence recently designed by Emerick Architects situated on the SE Division Street, in Portland, Oregon.

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SE Division Street by Emerick Architects

Amazing retro industrial residence recently designed by Emerick Architects situated on the SE Division Street, in Portland, Oregon.

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SE Division Street by Emerick Architects

Amazing retro industrial residence recently designed by Emerick Architects situated on the SE Division Street, in Portland, Oregon.

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Aerin Lauder’s house in aspen

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Aerin Lauder’s house in aspen

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We proudly present launching of our first interior collection in corporation with artist Michal Czinege

We proudly present launching of our first interior collection in corporation with artist Michal Czinege

color studies by sara cwynar

color studies by sara cwynar

life1nmotion:

Fabrice Ausset - An apartment in Paris

life1nmotion:

Fabrice Ausset - An apartment in Paris

dusty-inspiration:

There are still so many things one can do

(Source: chrsmayr)

bjornsrandoms:

{Stripped back, modern, and honest are words that come up with this project.}

Anne Sophie Goneau began the renovation by stripping the apartment back to its structure, revealing raw brick walls and steel I-beams, then designed an open-plan layout with a bedroom on side and a bathroom at the back. "The concept was to highlight the raw materials discovered during the demolition, in order to communicate their material, their relief and colour environment," explained Goneau. A kitchen runs along one side of the space. Glossy black cabinets, surfaces and appliances flank the exposed red brickwork, while a contrasting white counter is positioned in front. "The open kitchen is the focal point of the space; it unfolds on the dining room and living room," said Goneau. A floor-to-ceiling glass partition separates the kitchen and dining area from the main bedroom, which residents can choose to screen with curtains. A full-height bookshelf is positioned in front of this bedroom, forming the backdrop of a living room that is also furnished with a large green sofa and a pair of reclaimed wooden armchairs. A timber-lined corridor leads to a second bedroom and bathroom towards the rear. The bathroom is divided into sections; on one side the bathtub and steel sink are surrounded by white walls, while the adjacent shower and toilet are contained behind dark-tinted glass for privacy. 

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Brick Exterior Modern home | WAV

Brick Exterior Modern home | WAV

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thisiswhatidoinmyworkhours:

SE Division Street by Emerick Architects

Amazing retro industrial residence recently designed by Emerick Architects situated on the SE Division Street, in Portland, Oregon.

(Source: homeadore.com, via )

welcome-home-darling:

Aerin Lauder’s house in aspen

welcome-home-darling:

Aerin Lauder’s house in aspen

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Contributors to this pure interior design blog share their views, likes, ideas, and admirations in interior design.

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Martina Uhrinova, Interior Designer
Milan Illes, Interior Project Manager

… a Slovak designers duo with architectural and building management background, founding an interior design and consultancy office in 2008. Martina and Milan create and kendu together since more than 10 yrs.

… more about us:
We are constantly exploring the possibilities of using innovative and eco materials, human spatial needs and artistic perception in the interior space we create. We place importance on the very final results which is formed by combination of unforgettable visual look, pleasant smell and beautiful sound. Some ordinary things which follow us in our everyday routine.

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