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August 28, 2013
We take a dive into our archives for five of the best modern dining rooms from a breezy, glossy-tiled eating space to an outdoor gathering area fit for two dozen. Bon appétit!
Singaporeans tend to keep their homes airtight, but Nicolette de Waart prefers to bring the outdoors—–and her Dutch design aesthetic­­—–in.

Expansive sliding doors let the breeze slowly trickle into the dining room of this modern home in Singapore. Read the full article here.

Photo by: Jasper James

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Originally appeared in Singapore Fling
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There used to be walls; now Barbara Hill's bed offers views not just of Houston, but also a French farm table surrounded by a sextet of black and white Harry Bertoia chairs for Knoll.

There used to be walls; now architect Barbara Hill's bed offers views not just of Houston, but also a French farm table surrounded by a sextet of black and white Harry Bertoia chairs for Knoll. Read the full article here.

Photo by: Dean Kaufman

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Originally appeared in Stripped Ease
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Modern dinning room with Eames loung chair

The dining table, made from a single piece of teak, is a little over 13 feet long and was custom made for the space. It can seat up to 24. Read the full article here.

Photo by: Richard Powers

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Originally appeared in Straight and Narrow
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White dining room w/ wooden and wicker furniture.

Ludovica Serafini and Roberto Palomba, who work as Ludovica+Roberto Palomba, commissioned a dining table of their own design from Exteta and paired it with Abanica chairs by Oscar Tusquets for Driade. The ceramic centerpiece is by Emilia Palomba, Roberto’s aunt. Read the full article here.

Photo by: Francesco Bolis

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Originally appeared in Modern Meets Ancient in a Renovated Italian Vacation Home
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With the sliding doors open, the kitchen connects to a courtyard and spare bedroom, where friends who come over for dinner sometimes take up residence for days.

Danish designer Verner Panton's classic Panton chair sits on one end of the long wooden dining table. A trio of mirrored ball pendants by Tom Dixon hang above. Read the full article here.

Photo by: Matthew Williams

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Originally appeared in Composite Index
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Singaporeans tend to keep their homes airtight, but Nicolette de Waart prefers to bring the outdoors—–and her Dutch design aesthetic­­—–in.

Expansive sliding doors let the breeze slowly trickle into the dining room of this modern home in Singapore. Read the full article here.

Photo by: Jasper James

Photo by Jasper James.

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