Midcentury with a view

Located on Park Avenue, New York, with a view over Central Park – this is the home of Brazilian shoe designer Alexandre Birman when he visits the city for business once a month. Designed together with fellow Brazilian interior designer Andre Mellone they put it all together in just a few weeks time. Their shared love for Midcentury pieces and art(+ let´s assume a generous budget) is key to this beautiful result.

Photo by , featured in Architectural Digest

Arent & Pyke

Magnolia House

Amarelo Terrace 

Curatorial House

I ´ve fallen in love with the work of Australian design studio Arent & Pyke. They are not afraid to use color and they do it in a very elegant and subtle manner. You can see the love for unique objects and details and each project really feels like it has it´s own soul.

You can see more of their work here. 

Salt at Shoal Bay

The house featured for the Golden collection in previous post is actually a part of a three house rental called ”Salt at Shoal Bay” in Australia. The perfect vibe and setting for a relaxing stay. You can see more here.

All pics via their Instagram with thanks. 

Huntingtontower Road

I have times where I think I should shut the blog down as it sometimes takes a long while to find something that I really want to put out here. It often feels like I´ve seen most pictures out there and so many of them have been featured here I´m almost starting to forget what I have already posted and not. But then I find places like this and I know that I can´t stop… I just have to share with you when unique pieces like this turns up. This for me is so beautiful, how the indoors and outdoors just melt together as one. I would love a place like that of my own one day. One can always dream, right?

About the property ”Envisioned by architectural developer Orchard Piper, Huntingtower Road offers beautifully proportioned homes in the heart of Armadale. In collaboration with esteemed architects Jolson and landscape architects Myles Baldwin Design, this rare property comprises ten finely detailed homes immersed in greenery”. Styling by Tamsin Johnson.