Window casing, nice for the double wall framing we do!

Faites rentrer la lumière

Situated on a hill above the wetlands edging the fjord just outside the Danish town Randers, Villa G is an interpretation of traditional Danish brickwork_Contemporary window seat

Great doors

your daily dose of inspiration - Black pivot doors with herringbone wood floor

BLACK HOUSE, AUSTRALIA by CANNY ARCHITECTURE

This contemporary take on a traditional farm house in Flinders was a custom renovation by Canny Architecture. The moody interiors deliver a unique composition of textures and colours to take this country home to the next level in style and sophistication.

Este es un ejemplo de que el hormigon visto con tablero PERI, con una cantería bien marcada entre paneles, se ve mejor.

Hunters Hill House / Arkhefield

Ombre dishes on shelf in kitchen

Tour a Modern Home With a Comfortable Feel

Still obsessing over the Courtyard House by @figr_architecture So much love ❤️

Like to thank the wonderful team that made these photos possible. Huge thanks to for the photography, the very talented and the beautifully crafted furniture by Great the see the courtyard house finished. Fantastic work by the builder

A beautifully chunky Mark Tuckey console table is filled with ceramics by Marmouset Found and Studio Twocan. Above hangs 'The Alchemist' limited edition print by Carla Fletcher. A stack of mango plates from the House of Orange and a custom made timber hexagon were stained with Feast Watson's Traditional timber oil.

Apr 17 Feast Watson

A beautifully chunky Mark Tuckey console table is filled with ceramics by Marmouset Found and Studio Twocan. Above hangs 'The Alchemist' limited edition print by Carla Fletcher.

Australian Academy of Science, Canberra — The Design Files | Australia's most popular design blog.

Australian Academy of Science, Canberra

Yellowtrace Spotlight: Australian Design News // June 2014.

Spotlight: Australian Design News // June 2014.

Image 7 of 29 from gallery of Fairbairn House / Inglis Architects. Photograph by Derek Swalwell

From ‘Designer’s Own’, a story on page 186 of Vogue Living July/Aug 2011.    Photograph by Jonny Valiant.

When Reema Bisher engaged architect Carl Salim to design a family home in Sydney’s Double Bay, she had a clear vision: tranquility, space and a distinct lack of clutter.

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