images via alvhem.com
it is hard to believe we’re now arriving at the month of october, the last quarter of 2016. didn’t we just pop the champagne and say hello to 2016?? crazy. and i am so excited to finally have some time to be back to the blogsphere.
here is a gorgeous apartment for sale (and sold!) from goteborg, sweden. subway tile with darker grout creates a sharper definition in this very light tone kitchen… and that white and gold hardware combination is just so irresistibly good.
✚ spotted this handy shoe storage ‘trines’ by ikea. the volume of black has a perfect weight in this mostly white interior…
images via alvhem.com
all images courtesy of madearchitects.be
the freshly cut look of plywood pair with marble countertop, these two simple materials, are surprisingly a perfect complimentary to each other. so minimal in form but rich in its character. simply gorgeous. and hey did i mention there is a beautiful concrete floor (in true cement gray) that extends inside-out? it must be such a treat to have your daily meals or cup of coffee here with that view.
if you’re like me who still believe in concrete floor, check out these beautiful examples here and here by antwerpen-based architecture studio made architects.
all images courtesy of alvhem.com
a charming apartment from a equally charming laid-back neighborhood linnéstaden in goteborg. everything in this place is just so perfect for a summer styling steal, and yeah, there is a marble countertop & backsplash.
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all images courtesy of paper house project
the old-meets-new type of house renovation/extension work in UK has been one of my favorite go-to when i am looking for the urban dwell renovation inspiration. i recently came across london-based paper house project‘s work and the holton street project is a perfect sample of their work : minimal yet rich in personality, which is also michitecture’s design mantra.
” We don’t think sustainability should be a special design feature, but rather a fundamental idea that informs every decision we make from start to finish.”
all project images and description are provided by paper house project (thanks james!).
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all images courtesy of BLOOC.se
i haven’t really seen any project recently that would trigger the “i can move in here” button. and here we go – this AMAZING property in uppsala, sweden ( uppsala is the fourth largest city of sweden, after stockholm, gothenburg and malmö ) is beyond the dream: very crisp interior style with shades of nude and rusty coral color scheme. the layout of the house is simple and efficient. the vintage modern style is still the winning secret ingredient for a chic, modern home.
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a lovely gray & white interior that makes you wonder into the summer dream. i’ve been thinking about the railing with mesh panel for our (next) house, something simple like the one in this image.
although the property itself has a rather rural setting, the overall interior has a pretty relatable style for the urban dwelling… many ideas to steal.
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all images courtesy of space exploration
brooklyn-based architecture & interior design practice space exploration probably have some of the best interior projects in & around new york city that michitecture can go on and on to share. to celebrate the finally arrived spring season in philly i am sharing this gorgeous beach house in montauk, totally day-dreaming worthy.
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all images courtesy of 55kvadrat.se
nothing really fancy in this apartment but the atmosphere reminds me one of these quiet sunday afternoons with snow outside… reading my favorite books next to that fireplace would be lovely.
and that gold tone Bumling wall lamp! what a nice vintage touch.