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    HOW FUN! and lazy..

    HOW FUN! and lazy..

    (Source: architectureblog)

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    interiordecline:

I… literally no words. Truly incredible, amazing etc etc etc
dailyarchitecture:

SoHo’s $28 million 5-story Sky townhouse in NYC

    interiordecline:

    I… literally no words. Truly incredible, amazing etc etc etc

    dailyarchitecture:

    SoHo’s $28 million 5-story Sky townhouse in NYC

    (Source: dailyarchitecture)

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    archiphile:

TRENDING: the chartreuse colordisplayed on archiphile | facebook | twitter

    archiphile:

    TRENDING: the chartreuse color
    displayed on archiphile | facebook | twitter

  5. 737
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    Jun
    SO PERDY.
zhix:

lepixie: azn lahve!

    SO PERDY.

    zhix:

    lepixie: azn lahve!

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    May
    archiphile:

boat design: the why boat
Interiors, part inspired by prewar Nordic architecture (think Alvar Aalto) and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s Barcelona Pavilion, are by long-term Hermès collaborators Rena Dumas Architecture Intérieure. Materials include paper, wood and leather; textures are matt, colours are kept light and edges are softened for “total comfort, elegance and relaxation for the eyes and the body”, according to Denis Montel of RDAI. He has also attempted to soften the characteristic hard light you normally get afloat: three patios pierce through the boat, the largest housing a tree and possibly a kitchen garden. With their large picture windows, the patios enhance the relationship between the exterior and the interior and, with sliding screens, help break up the vast spaces into a human scale.

    archiphile:

    boat design: the why boat

    Interiors, part inspired by prewar Nordic architecture (think Alvar Aalto) and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s Barcelona Pavilion, are by long-term Hermès collaborators Rena Dumas Architecture Intérieure. Materials include paper, wood and leather; textures are matt, colours are kept light and edges are softened for “total comfort, elegance and relaxation for the eyes and the body”, according to Denis Montel of RDAI. He has also attempted to soften the characteristic hard light you normally get afloat: three patios pierce through the boat, the largest housing a tree and possibly a kitchen garden. With their large picture windows, the patios enhance the relationship between the exterior and the interior and, with sliding screens, help break up the vast spaces into a human scale.

  8. 147
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    May
    archiphile:

kitchen/stair: andrew maynard architectsdisplayed on archiphile | facebook | twitter

    archiphile:

    kitchen/stair: andrew maynard architects
    displayed on archiphile | facebook | twitter

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    May
    my favorite question.

    my favorite question.

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