Sydney-based studio Christopher Polly Architect has designed the Elliott Ripper House. Completed in 2011, this 1,703 square foot, two storey contemporary home is located in Rozelle, a suburb in the inner west of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia.
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Brubeck suspension, a unique sculptural piece
Brubeck suspension lamp is the fusion between the best of art deco and the best design, daring to defy the laws of design through a dramatic pipe organ. In fact, through an instant classic sculptural design, you will find a unique lighting ideal to decorate the most precious room of your home. The impressive shape emanates a pure refinement hard to match. Both classic and modern, you will be dazed by the versatility that Brubeck suspension may assume.
100% handmade in brass tubes, it adapts itself to your specific needs. You can apply any shape you desire: round, oval, square or rectangular. In fact, you just have to choose… It will suit any dining table or hotel lobby with a refined unique delicacy, simultaneously so impressive and delicate, that you’ll say: it must be mine.
Frame: Chrome or Gold Plated.
Height: 15,7″ | 40cm Diameter: 39,3″ | 100cm | Cord height: customizable on purchase
G9 12x Lamps (included)
Fresh young apartment styling by talented interior designer Sergey Baskakov. Enjoy the visualization!
All the kitchen appliances are also equipped with OLED displays, allowing them to manage with a single finger, but also to manage them from your smartphone, a real high-tech kitchen for graphic designers.
Inspirational and modern kitchen visualizations by Russian interior designer, Happy Irena. Enjoy ;)
If this 5,630 sq. ft. house is any example of the homes along Italy’s third largest lake, it’s obvious that the Italians take their architecture and design very seriously.
The Italian company FAP offers up some serious inspiration through their tile collections. Enjoy!
R1T Apartment by Paritzki & Liani Architects in thisispaper.com
An angle. An “L” shaped volume positioned slightly higher than ground level about 80 meters above in a tower facing south-west of Tel Aviv, visually reaching like a proof of joint the sinuous coastline of the Jaffa port, only a few km away. The design idea was to create a natural appendix to this visual correspondence in a territorial scale, and to obtain an ornamental integration of the city in the interior…