all images courtesy of studio you me patch cafe, designed by studio you me is that kind of cafe you dream to own one day. the interior style is intimate, inviting, with little touch of industrial taste. love the contemporary yet playful atmosphere created by exposing original brick wall, pair with concrete floor and polished marble station. all images courtesy of studio you me don’t forget to check out studio you me‘s website for more lovely inspiration!
all images courtesy of C+M studio | Photoshoot Styling and Photography: Marsha Golmemac Brooke Holm another beautiful costal townhouse refurbished by sydney-based C+M studio ( check out the previous post cross street). love the simplicity of material selection ( light wood, tan leather) in this light-filled white interior. my favorite detail is the herringbone marble tile behind the washing sink… a lovely twist on a conventional tile layout. all images courtesy of C+M studio | Photoshoot Styling and Photography: Marsha Golmemac Brooke Holm
all images courtesy of C+M Studio designed by sydney-based C+M Studio, not only the selection of material & accessories – from the crisp white interior, beautiful wood floor, wood benches and stools, and that hexagonal marble tiles in kitchen and in bathroom- are all the right things to have in the same place (did i tell you this apartment is in walking distance to taramara beach?), i love the idea of collaboration with local artists, designers and retailers […]
[all images courtesy of VINTAGE HOUSE DAYLESFORD | styling by kali cavanagh] today we will continue to explore the aussieland. featured on the march 2014 issue of australian magazine inside out, the vintage house daylesford , renovated from a 1860’s miner’s cottage on the border of daylesford and hepburn springs, is the weekend home to the stylist kali cavanagh and now it is available to rent – weekdays, over weekend, or a whole week!
[all photography by armelle habib | styling Heather Nette King | for ELLE Decoration UK] i’ve been spotting armelle’s work few times, and if you remember this post my dream coffee shop, armelle is the eyes behind these beautiful photos. recently while browsing her portfolio, i saw this incredible home for simone and rhys haag in melbourne’s eastern suburb of ringwood … how did this project get missed from michitecture? we don’t know. all we know is good work need […]
[all images courtesy of the grounds of alexandria ] with the passion of art and science behind coffee, the grounds of alexandria located in an old pie factory from the early 1900’s, is not only offering a good cup of coffee, but the whole story behind a cup of coffee. from the on-site research and testing facility to the garden of vegetables and herbs, the grounds of alexandria becomes its own lifestyle brand.
[ all images courtesy keke ] keke reminds me another two of my favorite interview-based websites: fvf(germany) and oen(uk).(well, oen is not necessarily just about interview- but their interview section is a must-read!) a side project by melbourne-based artist kirra jamison, keke the blog started in 2011 august while she was living and cooking in tokyo. since then every post is my favorite. it seems always relevant between the food your serve and the character of you/kitchen… no, not the size of […]
[all images courtesy tribe studio] one of my recent architecture-addictions: tribe studio. australia-based tribe studio architects (tribe) was created in 2003 by founding principal hannah tribe. their works range from private residential design to city-scale subject(sydney 2050). different scales, same methodology to apply to each project: site-specific, and energetic, optimistic, informed and rigorous design approach