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Tongue-and-groove ceilings reference the home's midcentury roots.
While the design in the bar remains clean, the tones are moodier with an added touch of glam.
Last Night is permeated with wood slats, creating a warm space to sip and mingle.
A skylight over the dining table creates an inviting gathering space. Furniture was sourced from London's Two Columbia Road.
Wood cabinetry links the dining area to the kitchen, and the sliding glass doors provide a view to the oak trees on the site.
The dining space includes a built-in bench for additional seating. Colorful artwork from gallery Vroom & Varossieau decorates the walls.
Major interior moves include restoring the tinted concrete flooring throughout, as well as the abundance of Philippine mahogany in the ceiling, walls, and cabinetry. The team also built custom furnishings designed by Wright, such as the dining room table, here surrounded by Nakashima chairs.
Campo Loft blends true Ibizan style with modern furnishings and fixtures. It is a compelling collaboration of interior design, architecture, and specially curated furnishings and decor.
Oversized doors and cantilevered windows create a seamless transition from inside to out and give the dining area an alfresco feel.
The glass walls and high ceiling give the residents the sensation of living outdoors.
The dining hall's monochromatic tones are slightly offset by the brown cork tables flanked by new Fat dining chairs upholstered in Raf Simons' latest collection for Kvadrat.
Cork dining tables are lined up in the long dining hall to create a communal setting for lunch and dinner.
Designed to hug the body, Tom Dixon's new Fat seating is available as a dining chair, high stool, and lounge chair. Also pictured are Flash tables in black and new Opal lights.
Melt wall lights are mounted above tables by Testi.
The floating staircase and open-plan interiors add to the home's contemporary feel.
RF Residence takes inspiration from the work of Donald Judd, says JSa Arquitectura. An expansive patio allows residents to soak in the views while dining alfresco.
Throughout the home, spaces are defined by changes in ceiling height or floor level—like the battens above the dining table, and the steps down from the hallway to the living and dining area.
Moxy Osaka Honmachi in Osaka, Japan
The open plan in the pavilion-like structure allows an “unblocked view to the river from anywhere inside,” says the firm.
Slight modernization was thoughtfully incorporated into the restoration, including a cooling solution. "We wanted to lengthen the life of the home and make it more enduring," says Ron Radziner of Marmol Radziner. Air conditioning was added in a concealed fashion. Above, where the wood meets the plaster at the ceiling, an air return is carefully hidden, and ducting runs beneath the floor.

Photo:  Tim Street-Porter
The light-filled, wood-clad flagship of Greater Goods Roasting in Austin features various types of seating including wood tables with black metal mesh chairs, wood benches, high stools, and plush armchairs and sofas.
A custom steel dining table with a walnut insert is surrounded by Eames Molded Plastic side chairs; the hanging fixture is from Tech Lighting.
The home's breezeway is glazed on two sides, while the other two sides are bound by the adjacent units.
The generous size and ceiling height of the home's central room make it feel gracious and generous, even though the whole residence is only 850 square feet.
A central breezeway connects two parts of the home, allowing breezes to pass though.
The live-edge dining table is topped with a Lindsey Adelman chandelier.
The ribbed Smart Slab ceiling combines the structural strength of concrete with the flexibility of 3D printing—and it’s less than half the weight of a conventional concrete slab.
To provide privacy without putting up light-obstructing walls, the architects installed curtains that can be pulled along curved tracks in the bedrooms and bathrooms.
After a tragic accident left one of his sons unable to walk and in a wheelchair, Ed Slattery wanted to create a sustainable and accessible home that didn't feeling like a hospital. Universal design features like drop-down mechanisms for the kitchen counters, a cooktop from Freedom Lift Systems, and smooth, barrier-free polished concrete floor make the space accessible, while warm materials like wood keep it feeling homey.
The dining table was salvaged from a "bring out your rubbish" pile, sanded, and oiled.
The kitchen overlooks the dining area, adding to the breezy flow of the public space. The home features polished concrete floors throughout.
This midcentury marvel was the personal home of architect Preston Bolton. Recent renovations honor the home's history; the dining room features large skylights, brick pillars, and iconic midcentury furnishings.
Enhanced by views of the landscape, the flexible dining room table doubles as a workspace.
Objects, from a skateboard to tableware to books, give the dining room a curated boutique hotel lobby feel. The spider chandelier is another highlight.
Massaro hired Connecticut craftsmen to create the Wrightian furnishings, doors, and windows.
The walls studded with locally sourced granite rocks throughout the home are meant to be in the likeness of Wright's "desert masonry" style but have garnered criticism from purists who say the rocks should sit flush. Massaro says that was impossible due to building codes and insulation requirements.
Floor-to-ceiling windows on both sides of the living area create the illusion of a continuous, open space. Concrete floors help with passive cooling.
The dining area looks out to the green backyard.
Double-glazed windows open the home up to the permaculture garden outside and northern sunlight. The kitchen is visible from nearly every room in the home.
The dining room sits where the old sunroom was, and preserves the spirit of the bright and sunny space. A Spokes 2 pendant by Foscarini hangs above the dining table and bench, and graphic wall art by Venezuelan artist Raul Cardozo boldly accents the space.
The interior features brass details, dark wood chevron walls, and tufted leather seating.
Concrete floors pass from interior to exterior, further emphasizing the connection between the two.
white screen wall
al fresco dining
dutch wooden pepper mill / Eva Zeisel tableware
The dining area features Captain chairs and a Bistro table from Bend Goods.
Chung's dining room features a Moe's Home Collection Otago dining table, Safavieh Bandelier armchairs, and TOV Furniture Madrid dining chairs in pine. Framed pieces from Artfully Walls form a graphic mosaic.
The dining room.
The view from the dining room.
Lights Arrows by Apparatus in aged brass and black python, table and benches are custom made from a very rare and heavy reclaimed oak. Vintage brass candlesticks sourced from an auction and black candles by Cire Trudon. Benches are lined with Icelandic sheepskin throws.
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The open-plan living area and dining space is flanked by the outdoor pool on one side and an outdoor courtyard with a fire pit on the other.
Completed in 2013, the roughly 1,500-square-foot cabin provides an open living area framed by white trusses and concrete floors. The dining table was acquired by the owner from a local inn, and is surrounded by the Eames molded plastic Eiffel side chairs from Design Within Reach. The kitchen features a Grohe faucet, a wood bowl from a shop in Harbert, and an Ikea vase.
A dining table by Jardan Melbourne.

The modern dining room is where the universal ritual of breaking bread brings us together. The projects below showcase elegant configurations and designs that encompass chairs and tables, bars and stools, lighting, flooring, and fireplaces.