moleskine digital
moleskine digital
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designedinteriors:

designedinteriors | http://trendenser.se
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Poltrona Dona
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homedesigning:

The Brilliant Design Work of Uglyanitsa Alexander
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cabbagerose:

pure white/susanna cots
via: squared+
cabbagerose:

pure white/susanna cots
via: squared+
cabbagerose:

pure white/susanna cots
via: squared+
cabbagerose:

pure white/susanna cots
via: squared+
cabbagerose:

pure white/susanna cots
via: squared+
cabbagerose:

pure white/susanna cots
via: squared+
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Casa em Sant Andreu de Llavaneres - Espanha
by Susanna Cots
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Nettleton 199, Cape Town - South Africa
by SAOTA – Stefan Antoni Olmesdahl Truen Architects and OKHA Interiors
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Nettleton 199, Cape Town - South Africa
by SAOTA – Stefan Antoni Olmesdahl Truen Architects and OKHA Interiors
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STV House, Tel Aviv - Israel (2009)
by Arstudio – Arnon Nir Architecture
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by Isay Weifeld
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martianstranger:


The Flower Box Loft
Project by: Chroonkit Thahong

Photography by: Udom

Chroonkit Thahong is a senior presentation code developer at R/GA who practices interior design part-time.  
A duplex loft in New York’s East Village, which uses subtle detailing to feature some fine, pure modern style.  In the living space, sleek sliding glass doors and a long hidden bookcase replaced old-fashioned molding adding functionality to the interior. The room was then infused with form, including a Living Divani wall sofa, a BDDW dining set, and Donald Judd’s sculpture work. The custom-built entertainment cabinet and the birdhouse sconce, meanwhile, both use the original developer’s floor material, while the pair of brass birds perched on the stair rail were purchased on eBay.
The space’s open feel allows each piece to stand on its own while still contributing to an overall cohesion. And as light floods in during the day, Thahong’s design ensures “The Flowerbox” functions as a calm and meditative home in which a planted mind and body can truly grow!
text from http://loftlifemag.com/mu/?tag=linden-hass
martianstranger:


The Flower Box Loft
Project by: Chroonkit Thahong

Photography by: Udom

Chroonkit Thahong is a senior presentation code developer at R/GA who practices interior design part-time.  
A duplex loft in New York’s East Village, which uses subtle detailing to feature some fine, pure modern style.  In the living space, sleek sliding glass doors and a long hidden bookcase replaced old-fashioned molding adding functionality to the interior. The room was then infused with form, including a Living Divani wall sofa, a BDDW dining set, and Donald Judd’s sculpture work. The custom-built entertainment cabinet and the birdhouse sconce, meanwhile, both use the original developer’s floor material, while the pair of brass birds perched on the stair rail were purchased on eBay.
The space’s open feel allows each piece to stand on its own while still contributing to an overall cohesion. And as light floods in during the day, Thahong’s design ensures “The Flowerbox” functions as a calm and meditative home in which a planted mind and body can truly grow!
text from http://loftlifemag.com/mu/?tag=linden-hass
martianstranger:


The Flower Box Loft
Project by: Chroonkit Thahong

Photography by: Udom

Chroonkit Thahong is a senior presentation code developer at R/GA who practices interior design part-time.  
A duplex loft in New York’s East Village, which uses subtle detailing to feature some fine, pure modern style.  In the living space, sleek sliding glass doors and a long hidden bookcase replaced old-fashioned molding adding functionality to the interior. The room was then infused with form, including a Living Divani wall sofa, a BDDW dining set, and Donald Judd’s sculpture work. The custom-built entertainment cabinet and the birdhouse sconce, meanwhile, both use the original developer’s floor material, while the pair of brass birds perched on the stair rail were purchased on eBay.
The space’s open feel allows each piece to stand on its own while still contributing to an overall cohesion. And as light floods in during the day, Thahong’s design ensures “The Flowerbox” functions as a calm and meditative home in which a planted mind and body can truly grow!
text from http://loftlifemag.com/mu/?tag=linden-hass
martianstranger:


The Flower Box Loft
Project by: Chroonkit Thahong

Photography by: Udom

Chroonkit Thahong is a senior presentation code developer at R/GA who practices interior design part-time.  
A duplex loft in New York’s East Village, which uses subtle detailing to feature some fine, pure modern style.  In the living space, sleek sliding glass doors and a long hidden bookcase replaced old-fashioned molding adding functionality to the interior. The room was then infused with form, including a Living Divani wall sofa, a BDDW dining set, and Donald Judd’s sculpture work. The custom-built entertainment cabinet and the birdhouse sconce, meanwhile, both use the original developer’s floor material, while the pair of brass birds perched on the stair rail were purchased on eBay.
The space’s open feel allows each piece to stand on its own while still contributing to an overall cohesion. And as light floods in during the day, Thahong’s design ensures “The Flowerbox” functions as a calm and meditative home in which a planted mind and body can truly grow!
text from http://loftlifemag.com/mu/?tag=linden-hass
martianstranger:


The Flower Box Loft
Project by: Chroonkit Thahong

Photography by: Udom

Chroonkit Thahong is a senior presentation code developer at R/GA who practices interior design part-time.  
A duplex loft in New York’s East Village, which uses subtle detailing to feature some fine, pure modern style.  In the living space, sleek sliding glass doors and a long hidden bookcase replaced old-fashioned molding adding functionality to the interior. The room was then infused with form, including a Living Divani wall sofa, a BDDW dining set, and Donald Judd’s sculpture work. The custom-built entertainment cabinet and the birdhouse sconce, meanwhile, both use the original developer’s floor material, while the pair of brass birds perched on the stair rail were purchased on eBay.
The space’s open feel allows each piece to stand on its own while still contributing to an overall cohesion. And as light floods in during the day, Thahong’s design ensures “The Flowerbox” functions as a calm and meditative home in which a planted mind and body can truly grow!
text from http://loftlifemag.com/mu/?tag=linden-hass
martianstranger:


The Flower Box Loft
Project by: Chroonkit Thahong

Photography by: Udom

Chroonkit Thahong is a senior presentation code developer at R/GA who practices interior design part-time.  
A duplex loft in New York’s East Village, which uses subtle detailing to feature some fine, pure modern style.  In the living space, sleek sliding glass doors and a long hidden bookcase replaced old-fashioned molding adding functionality to the interior. The room was then infused with form, including a Living Divani wall sofa, a BDDW dining set, and Donald Judd’s sculpture work. The custom-built entertainment cabinet and the birdhouse sconce, meanwhile, both use the original developer’s floor material, while the pair of brass birds perched on the stair rail were purchased on eBay.
The space’s open feel allows each piece to stand on its own while still contributing to an overall cohesion. And as light floods in during the day, Thahong’s design ensures “The Flowerbox” functions as a calm and meditative home in which a planted mind and body can truly grow!
text from http://loftlifemag.com/mu/?tag=linden-hass
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Living room of the Art Collector, Rio de Janeiro - Brazil
by Gisele Taranto for Casa Cor 2011
Living room of the Art Collector, Rio de Janeiro - Brazil
by Gisele Taranto for Casa Cor 2011
Living room of the Art Collector, Rio de Janeiro - Brazil
by Gisele Taranto for Casa Cor 2011
Living room of the Art Collector, Rio de Janeiro - Brazil
by Gisele Taranto for Casa Cor 2011