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Jimena makes use of a giant chalkboard just outside.
The family room contains furniture reminiscent of Ligne Roset’s Togo collection and a CH 07 egg-carton lamp by...
The bottom level houses the bedrooms where Pilar, José Roberto, Patty, and Jimena loll.
Banks of windows and translucent panels help keep Casa Tuscania nice and airy.
José Roberto looks down on the secluded courtyard, where Pilar and Patty open things up.
He created the star as a prop for a photo shoot. The kitchen cabinets benefit from a pop of rosy color, a custom hue.
The home’s deep setback from the street means the couple can leave the large windows undressed to maximize light...
the blue-lacquered all-in-one cabinet in the fully closed position.
The guesthouse hovers above the motor court.
Risom House, 1967. Architect, Jens Risom.
The kitchen was custom made by a local carpenter due to its unconventional scale.
The home’s interior design, featured in Vogue and widely celebrated, was an unusual foray into residential surrealism...
To detail to the kitchen cabinetry and shelving, plywood sheets were turned on their sides to expose multi-toned...
Set atop a BoConcept bed, a graphic blanket by Pia Wallén for HAY punctuates the master bedroom.
The master bedroom is perched above the kitchen.
“My favorite spot is the kitchen,” says Kaja Taft of the prefab home she shares with her family in Portland.
In Portland, Oregon, Jeff Kovel of Skylab Architecture designed a house for Kaja and Kristopher Taft using HOMB...
The triangle is the home’s leitmotiv, appearing in the cantilevered bedroom module and the steps approaching the...
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