Interiors

Dream home

September 17, 2016

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This is a perfect example of how I’d love to decorate my future home. It just looks so simple & serene with a beautiful warm light embracing the house and it doesn’t seem that it’d cost a lot of money to replicate this look. I can imagine hanging a couple of framed photos of my own on the wall, and then a simple vase with my favorite flower for my own home. My heart is set on minimalism these days and I’m always in search of creating a beautiful space with just few pieces of objects.

All images by Gillian Stevens

Palais Bulles

October 8, 2015

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Fittingly named Palais Bulles, or “Palace of Bubbles,” this residence represents the fundamental ideas of architect Antti Lovag, who views architecture as a “form of play- spontaneous, joyful, full of surprise.” Built in 1989, it rests on a rocky cliff overlooking the Mediterranean Sea.

“Whether for economic reasons or lack of technical solutions, human beings have confined themselves to cubes full of dead ends and angles that impede our movement and break our harmony.” This explains Lovag’s interest in the complexity of spherical and spheroidal rooms that constitute Palais Bulles. To Lovag, the straight line is “an aggression against nature,” human nature to be more specific.

This eccentric, space-age architecture has recently hosted Dior cruise show 2016, chosen by Raf Simon himself.

I hope I could visit the palace oneday and fulfil my fairytale dreams…

Images from Archdaily

Daily find

August 18, 2015

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Lagos del Mundo is one of my recent finds which caught my eyes on the web. It’s a spanish brand of basic objects inspired by the primitive artifacts and tools, where it combine both functional and decorative aspects. The products have emphasis on simple shapes and the quality and character of the materials. Proposing a balance between the primary aspects and the current context.

I really love their muted earthy/spanish colour palettes with a hint of vintage taste, I’m hoping to buy some of their ceramics soon, they’d make gorgeous props for food styling.

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