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Brooklyn, New York
Dwell Magazine : July / August 2017
Happy Accent

Now that the interior’s palette is firmly in place, Winterhalder has slowly been adding splashes of color. E27 pendant lamps from Muuto in the kitchen and guest room have 

red cords; one wall in the guest room is also red, with matching red locker storage. The inside of the front door is painted bright green. “For me, they’re kids’ colors,” she says. “I just love them.” 

Books, models, and more prototypes—including the 1991 Powder Horse stool, composed of concave stainless-steel surfaces—fill Venlet’s atelier.
Exposed pine boards dominate the interior, giving a subtle, warm backdrop to the splashes of color that his stove and collection of books provide.
Exposed pine dominates the downstairs reception area.
Ornate concrete blocks screen a storage area in the kitchen while letting light through. The effect is “romantic—romantyczny,” says Nix.
Nix and Novak-Zemplinski designed the black-steel bookshelves and had them fabricated at a local metal shop.
Designer Christiane Hogner, Bruxelles
Like the bed and built-in nightstand, the door is by Lloyd’s Custom Woodwork. The WGS stool near the vanity is by Gallotti&Radice.
During the renovation, Grimley and Smith added built-in storage to keep clutter in check.
Net Zero Energy House 

The goal, a new two-level home that could score as high as reasonable in the "GreenPoint Rated System”. The owners de-constructed their existing home when they realized that any single-story design would completely eliminate their back yard.
Net Zero Energy House 

The goal, a new two-level home that could score as high as reasonable in the "GreenPoint Rated System”. The owners de-constructed their existing home when they realized that any single-story design would completely eliminate their back yard.
Open shelving between the living room and dining area maximizes light and air flow and showcases eclectic objects, which include old printing blocks found at a garage sale and bowls Tyler’s mother bought in South Africa.
An Alekos Fassianos lithograph and soft blue niches offset the wood paneling. An IC lamp by Michael Anastassiades hangs in the hallway.
Chicago, Illinois
Dwell Magazine : September / October 2017
A USM credenza holds vinyl and booze. Music flows via a  Pro-Ject Debut III turntable, a pair of Elipson Planet L speakers, and a Music Hall Audio amplifier.
Brooklyn, New York
Dwell Magazine : July / August 2017
A wood floor uncovered during demolition delineates the private quarters.
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Dwell Magazine : September / October 2017
Three of the five bedrooms at Firehouse 12 are located in the addition, which is made of cross-laminated timber panels, an engineered, prefabricated wood product.
New Haven, Connecticut
Dwell Magazine : September / October 2017
Storage strategy is key in small spaces, and Peter took extra care in this regard.

New York, New York
Dwell Magazine : November / December 2017
While she was pregnant and on maternity leave, Susanna tackled creative D.I.Y. projects to decorate Varpu's room, including stitching these festive cotton flag banners.
Vertical bookcase at stair landing
Margaret Oomen created the perfect pegboard sourcing inspiration—and got a can of chalkboard paint—from the aisles of Home Depot.
With a gentle push, the bookshelf swings open on hinges to reveal a secret media room.
A bookshelf by Muller Van Severen.
Level 2 mezzanine
In such a small space “you have to organize, and every piece takes a decision,” says resident Heidi Wright. The couple keep things they use less frequently, like guest bedding, in the higher cabinets.
A colorful, laminate-clad wall of storage stretches seamlessly from the kitchen—where it holds a full-size built-in Sub-Zero refrigerator and freezer, a Miele dishwasher, a Bosch cooktop, and a tiny convection oven—to the bedroom, where it contains the couple’s clothing, shoes, and linens.
Montague arranges his objects with a sense of humor. Custom shelves display his collection of salt and pepper shakers.
“Gatherings here can be a very rich experience, a dis-cussion around art history, music, food, and fashion.”—Kenneth Montague
The other side of the "vault" houses a powder room with a concealed toilet and nature inspired wallpaper. The single slope sink is a custom piece by Concrete Interiors who also fabricated the wetbar countertop. The wall mount faucet is Axor by Hansgrohe.
Art, photographs, and sculpture are thoughtfully displayed.
In the bedroom, mailing tubes tucked between a concrete weight-bearing post and the eastern wall serve as substitutes for a chest of drawers.
Storage options for the ‘working side’ include shelves, pot racks, integrated outlets, knife storage, and recessed areas for things like keys.
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A wide range of accessory materials, including steel, wood, leather, and fabric, allows homeowners to personalize and customize their space.
Hernaez organizes CDs on a modular lapacho wood shelf designed by Sticotti.
Keeping everything in its place is critical in this tiny home. Shelving designed by Kirkpatrick helps immensely. He's also designed the coffee table; the couch was picked up at a second-hand store. The vaporproof ceiling light is from RAB lighting.
“Materials were a major consideration in this house,” says Massie, who created a curtain wall with steel supports adorned with sandwiched layers of birch plywood and amber acrylic. “When light enters that wall, the layers of acrylic allow it to come through and glow—it’s really quite beautiful,” says Massie, who added the same acrylic for the thin window at the end. “That plays off the yellows in the Gambone ceramics and the Eames storage unit,” notes Wooten.
Personal keepsakes, like a mobile by Anne Siems, soften the slightly industrial aesthetic.
Sparky the wirehaired fox terrier takes a load off in front of one of the cherry-ply cabinets with sanded acrylic doors that Azevedo built for the kitchen.
Exposed brick and a 1970s sound system add to Proud Mary's comfy vibe.
To stay within the budget, the designers decided to forgo natural stone in the bathrooms in lieu of simple vitrified tile. The bathroom isn't without its luxuries, however, as evidenced by the heated towel rail from Hydrotherm.
“When we buy something new, it’s usually with the intent to replace something we are ready to part with. It’s a delicate balance of give-and-take.”
A flat roof and all-white interior unifies the home's three volumes.
In his studio, Priatman blew up an aerial photograph of Surabaya, where he is based, to map his current architectural projects.
The apartment's entryway features a hidden storage wall and media console.
When entering into the house, a long corridor faces a large window and leads out to the pool and deck. The first floor also includes the children's bedrooms and utilities.
Flournoy’s favorite aspect of the design is that “every space in the house is used and appreciated.” This light-filled hallway overlooking the staircase connects the home’s two bedrooms to an upstairs living space, and provides the ideal spot for another bookcase. Flournoy and his partner found the hall chandelier, along with the salvaged mill table that they repurposed as their kitchen island, on a trip to Chicago.

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