Studio Imagery from Siemon & Salazar

I don’t mean to come across as somebody who’s always complaining, or a snob for that matter, but I often find myself disappointed when searching the shelves of mainstream shops. I appreciate the concept of appealing to a larger market but in doing so it feels like we are losing touch with objects that have been made to last, made with a real love and attention to detail. I like to be able to see the craftsmanship and hard graft within the object …

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Imagery from Converted into Houses by Charles Fracchia and Jeremiah O. Bragstad

I’m currently undertaking a bit of decorating and furnishing at home, so in recent days I’ve been taking a browse around to see what I can conjure up in terms of inspiration and ideas to give the house an air of individualism. I found myself revisiting the comprehensive curation of a bohemian style that is Charles Fracchias and Jeremiah O. Bragstad’s book “Converted …

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Architectural Photography by Richard Anderson

I’ve been scouring around the web for a little architecture today, with Andrew Geller from my last post sitting in the back of my mind. I enjoyed putting this piece together so much that I wanted to ensure I found something today that felt like it would present equal measure of ingenuity and design consideration whilst being original, I knew it was going to be a difficult act to follow. I’ve …

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Erik Wahlstrom photographs Jockum Nordstrom’s Studio

I thought I’d start the week with a little photography as I’ve been browsing countless photographers portfolios this weekend, it’s always nice to check back and see what everyone’s been up to. I came across Swedish photographer Erik Wahlstrom last March thanks to the collaborative project he put together for Nowness which followed chef come artist Massimo Bottura. Upon revisiting Erik’s …

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Photography by Michael Graydon

I’ve been feeling a little guilty about the lack of photographers that I’ve brought across here recently, so I’m attempting to make amends today with this collection from one of my new found favourites, Michael Graydon who’s based in Toronto. One thing that I’m not really a fan of, particularly with photographers work, is doubling up portrait images to showcase their projects. Admittedly I’ve been a culprit of this before but …

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Pescher House by Richard Neutra

I’ve just noticed that this week the blog has become a bit of a graveyard, with Max Lamb and Aaron Rose the only souls amongst our content still living. I’d just like to confirm we don’t have any prejudice against those breathing, it’s just a coincidence that this has transpired. Saying this I’m not going to be bucking the week’s trend just yet as I stumbled upon this delightful house in Wuppertal, Germany that I couldn’t help but …

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Brian W Ferry Photographs Joseph Shuldiner’s Home & Studio

We shared quite the multidisciplinary creative yesterday in Herbert Bayer and by coincidence Brian W Ferry presents us with another one today in this beautifully taken photography set of artist, designer, art director and author Joseph Shudiner’s home and studio in California. One thing that gives us the most satisfaction is the connections you make whilst working online which often leads …

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Collection of work from Herbert Bayer

It’s not everyday that I put together a more historical type post, however once I find one I often get bitten by the bug and a few follow in quick succession. So after sharing the wooden masterpieces of Alexandre Noll yesterday I went home and began reading about the Austrian multi-discipline designer and all round creative that was Herbert Bayer. He is someone who’s work I’ve crossed paths with before however I’d never …

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Photography by Jonathan Levitt

I’ve been leaning towards rural retreats in the architecture that I’ve been sharing with you all recently, so it felt natural to bring this rural element into the fold again today through photographer Jonathan Levitt. I’ve been really taken with Jonathan’s portfolio and his eye for an image that depicts the sustainable lifestyle, his photos have such poise and clarity in presenting a warming abundance of character. Based in Linconville …

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Photography by Hailey Rose Jones

I thought I’d have a quick browse around and see if I could find a series of photography that would catch my eye, as I’ve been gasping for a little photo inspiration since sharing Leonora Hamill photos earlier on in the week. Hailey Rose Jones is a photographer that I have to admit I’ve not come across before, but I was really impressed with her eye for the candid shot so I’ll be keeping my eye on this creative from here on in. Hailey, much like …

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Short film on Ron Radziner and his home

I’ve been doing a little internet digging and I’ve come across this short film on the principal designer at Marmol Radziner which provides further context into the design of his own home. I was delighted to find this project as there doesn’t seem to be an abundance of films online featuring modern architects, especially those with a portfolio of this quality. Founded in 1989 Marmol Radziner is an ongoing collaboration between Leo Marmol and …

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Conversations on the Coast by Nick Hand

I’ve been holding off on the book front for a little while now, my library has become a bit out of control and there are books involved which I haven’t even read yet. Saying that, this is the first time that I’ve been really enticed into buying a new publication, this specific one was produced by photographer Nick Hand and is titled “Conversations of the Coast”. It documents the journey he took on his bicycle from Bristol in the …

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