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Neuendorf House by John Pawson and Claudio Silvestrin

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Love the elegantly minimal London house of architect John Pawson and his wife Catherine — a serene space designed for a contemplative existence

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It was two years ago when architect and sculptor Vincenzo de Cotiis and his wife, Claudia, discovered their 18th-century palazzo apartment in the old neighbourhood of Magenta. “We’d previously lived in Brera, a very central, busy district,” he explains. “I’d always hoped to live in this area, but the right spaces are very hard to find. I wanted somewhere that retained original features, but still needed a lot of work. We were lucky. It was love at first sight whe...

House tour: a Milanese palazzo beautifully stripped back to its roots: In the entrance hall, tables and stool by de Cotiis; plaster prototypes of brass sculptures by Massimo Campigli

Interior Obsessions: Half Painted Wall Trend Here to Stay? | Paper and Stitch

Interior Obsessions: Half Painted Wall Trend Here to Stay

Moody dining room with a half painted black wall, a beautiful dining table and a wooden bench.

An office of the late sixties was renovated. On the ground floor a spacious commercial space was created, the top two layers were transformed into a spacious duplex penthouse with rooftop pool.

Penthouse Antwerp by Hans Verstuyft Architecten

Hans Verstuyft Architecten: Penthouse Antwerp — Thisispaper — What we save, saves us.

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The Wabi Sabi design ethic teaches you to declutter, simplify, block out noise, make it yourself, and it fits perfectly with ever popular Natural Home trend

Liljeholmen Home by Stylingbolaget

Liljeholmen Home by Stylingbolaget

Liljeholmen Scandinavian apartment in Stockholm by Stylingbolaget Architects: Stylingbolaget Location: Stockholm, Sweden Year: 2016 Photo courtesy: Stylingbolaget Thank you for reading this article!