I really like small spaces that are well executed. This small summer house is a great example. You can really see all the space on these images. When it's designed and fitted like that, you really don't need anything more!
I wouldn't mind spending the weekend in Melbourne and in this cool and chic house. For me this is a hit – sorry I know and can admit my weaknesses for layering houses, effortless and personal environment and easy attitude at home. But as much as I love this look, I love something else as much. I'm truly open minded for different styles and feel so many things are beautiful. That's what I have in mind on the blog: everything I post I feel is interesting and worth being there.
I came upon this remarkable artwork on
my daily browse on the internet. This amazing project was a collaboration
between the belgian architects Pieterjan Gijss and Arnout Van Vaerenbergh. The
project is called Reading between the
lines and is a 10 meter high seethrough church based on the design of the
local church in Limburg, Belgium (where it stands). The project is based on the
concept of transforming the traditional church into a transparent object of
art. Read more on gijsvanvaerenbergh.com.