May 25, 2017

Lionel Jadot's house in Brussels

Member of the famous Vanhamme family of furniture designers, architect, designer and film maker Lionel Jadot first learn his craft within his father’s workshop as a small child.
For Lionel, his house is "the place of all adventures''. Adventures of family, friends, experiences. It is an open space where everything is possible. Moreover, for decoration, it makes a point of honor to retain complete freedom.  Here, objects are roaming, moving or changing owners. Some are family objects, or gifts, others have been found, or discovered. Their common point is that they are all part of the same universe.




















May 24, 2017

Relaxed Bohemian Style

The laidback lifestyle of the Gold Coast in Australia, provides the ideal setting for the super stylish home of Sophie and Michael Bell – perfectly encapsulating their relaxed bohemian style. The decoration of the house is an eclectic mix of everything the owners love – timber, concrete, ethnic rugs and fabrics and lots of art

 












 

 

May 23, 2017

Interior designer Hanne Poli builds her dream home in Italy

Her home combines her own Scandinavian style and the more relaxed Italian lifestyle. The importance of a warm and welcoming living space comes from her Norwegian upbringing. But a striking detail of Hanne’s home is the strong bond between the interior and the outdoors: glass doors, a long portico and veranda create the conditions for a relaxed ‘barefoot’ lifestyle that works for the Italian climate. 













May 22, 2017

Apartment in Poland with a unique blend of styles

...boho charm, ethnic vibes, Scandi coziness and strong color contrasts blend beautifully in this apartment in Krakow, Poland, renovated by Odwzorowanie

















May 21, 2017

Casas Caiadas, Portugal

 In 2015, a Lisbon couple embark on a real estate adventure by buying a plot of happiness consisting of four ruined mills surrounded by fields of olive trees and wildflowers, in the small rural municipality of Arraiolos located a few Kilometers north of the city of Évora in Portugal.
With the help of the architect Luís Pereira Miguel, they recovered the buildings by applying the traditional Portuguese techniques, preserving as much as possible the original architecture of the old mills.