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 […]
we recently bought two prints from hammade and finally we got them framed and up on the wall in a beautiful spring weekend afternoon! don’t you agree the design is just simply awesome? even there are stacks of diaper next to the poster, the skip jumping rabbit totally pulls it off and remains cool. if you’re looking for a minimal, stylish, and playful poster that is hand-made (screen printed) and unique, with high design quality and reasonable price, london-based hammade would be […]
[ all images via remodelista| photography by Kristin Perers ] this recent renovated kitchen belongs to christine chang hanway from remodelista – who lives in london with her architect husband, two sons and one dog. the updates on the kitchen configuration is all about functional and practical: how to make best use of space and adapt to their lifestyle.
[all images courtesy of atelier areti ] london-based design studio atelier areti were founded by sisters gwendolyn and guillane Kerschbaumer in 2008. with master craftsmen and manufactures in germany and sweden, their design consists of modern language and a highly craftsmanship detail & quality. these are my favorite two lighting design by atelier areti:
[all images courtesy of post-office | photographer: luke hayes] designed by london-based design practice post-office led by philippe malouin, the interior of dezeen’s london watch store is minimal yet rich in details.
[all images courtesy david mikhail architects] back in 2009 michitecture shared the platform 5’s winning project hackney house extension from “don’t move improve” competition, an NLA competition in its second year (2010) to find the capital’s best designed and most innovative home extensions and small office conversions. in 2010, the overall winner have awarded to hoxton house by david mikhail architects.
all images courtesy hammade i just have to share HAM’s design, super adorable!! HAM was launched in 2011 by east london-based designer jo, who has been promoting the local industry by using a press in Worcestershire, fabric shop in Lincolnshire, bone china by a pottery in Stoke-on-Trent, and of course, screen prints are fashioned at her east london studio. if i tell you she is the daughter of a farmer, that explains much about what had her inspired to create […]
[all images courtesy studio toogood|photography by bill batten] a 5-story townhouse in notting hill, this AMAZING interior is designed and styled by london-based design consultant studio toogood. faye toogood, the creative director, had put the antique and vintage modernist pieces together, making a multi-layered, high-engaging interior.