all images courtesy of bo-bedre.no | photos by Mads Mogensen recently i came across this interview of norwegian-canadian architect todd saunders’s own family house in bergen, norway. people always imagine that a architect’s house must be the most spectacular or precious project the architect ever designed. as to saunder, the most important thing was to create a house that could fit into the neighborhood.
all images via iHUS.no remember the hot pink RAL4010 in the corner of kitchen, belongs to norwegian blogger vigdis | jeg er jonathan…? vigdis and her husband are actually building their new house and therefore this much loved apartment is now on the market for sale! you can check out more real-life photos on her blog. here is the commercial-version…
all photos © 2013 Åke E:son Lindman | images © 2013 Kolman Boye Architects fancy tuesday! this must be the most dreamy weekend house we could ask for. designed by swedish studio Kolman Boye Architects, vega cottage is situated on the island of vega in the norwegian archipelago, with panoramic view to norwegian sea and continuous mountains surrounded.
[all images courtesy of stylizimo.com by nina holst ] i’ve been following stylizimo since 2010 when i was looking for holiday decoration inspiration. ( and if you are curious- no, i gave up the decoration part but we did manage to buy a little christmas tree barely one week before the christmas) it was kind of a stroke to me that actually it is possible to have a house full of white, gray and black… totally […]
[all images courtesy of kjerstislykke] according to the calendar this past friday was the first day of summer. the moment of “oh yay summer is finally here!!! ” is not here yet over my end, and i really can’t wait to do more outdoor activities or home renovation (yeah, our house) instead of stuck indoor and work all the time. before i can really enjoy a piece of summer, and peace, browsing the blog kjerstislykke gives […]
[all images courtesy of finn.no ] again, concrete, wood and white. there are just so many ways to use these three elements! i’ve been following elisabeth heier‘s blog for some time now, mainly because her lovely home in oslo that often featured in her blog. composed with white, exposed wood beams/posts and accentuated material like concrete, this three-room apartment on the top floor is full of natural sunlight – and it comes with a patio.
[all images courtesy this is… ] received another issue of ELLE DECORATION(Norway) yesterday, just when i thought my subscription was expired! ha, i guess there is always one more last chance before you made decision. and sure enough, after a qucik flip through the magazine this morning- i think i should continue my subscription. LOADED with inspiring homes & places!! love it love it love it.