studio puisto places hotel rooms as separate units inside converted warehouse


located within an old industrial building, individual rooms are placed as separate units within the open plan floor space.

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peter kostelov develops a series of multifunctional outdoor structures


a series of outdoor objects and furniture with different functions have been placed along the water edge and surrounding green areas by the popular konakovo river club in russia.

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bespoke rolls-royce wraith – inspired by fashion of haute couture


taking the very finest materials and crafting them into exquisite and desirable luxury goods, rolls-royce motor cars was influenced by haute couture, to create the 'wraith - inspired by fashion'.

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8 of the Coolest Things We Saw at BKLYN DESIGNS

BKLYN DESIGNS Robert Sukrachand Table

Red Hook-based furniture maker Robert Sukrachand has expanded his practice to add glass and mirror to the wood he uses in his geometric pieces.

Image courtesy of BKLYN DESIGNS.

It's been 12 years since the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce introduced BKLYN DESIGNS, its celebration of local makers. This year the show is in a new home and better than ever, with a wide range of Kings Country creatives representing everything from woodworkers to jewelry makers. In addition to the talent on display, BKLYN DESIGNS offers a wide range of programing, including an alumni gallery featuring past presenters like DESU Design and Wüd, a packed schedule of presentations, and a slate of installations and pop-ups—including our very own Dwell Store.

Check out a few of the things that caught our editors' eyes at the show, and be sure to stop by to see them all yourself—then swing by the Dwell Store to say hello to our team.  

 

Ashton Kutcher Surprises His Mom With the Basement of Her Dreams (13 photos)

Most of us have one place we can truly call home. For actor Ashton Kutcher, that place is in Homestead, Iowa (population 148). This is where as a teenager he helped his stepdad, Mark, build the home in which he and his family lived when he was in high school.

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Modern Red Statement Chairs We Love

Henry Point Lake Cabin in Northern Idaho

The molded plywood chair adds a pop of color to the mostly muted tones at this lakeside Idaho retreat.

 

7 Ways to Get Creative with a Staircase

sunia stairs

Ceiling-high steel-pipe stair rails add industrial character to this staircase in Los Angeles, which also serves as the base for shelving.

 

6 Breezy Balconies

Modern home in North Carolina with cypress clad facade

This minimal North Carolina home clad in stained local tongue-in-groove cypress features a petite balcony, where residents Jeremy and Amy Clark take in views of the surrounding forest. 

 

Open Architecture completes a “free-form” Beijing school surrounded by gardens

Gardens are slotted into gaps between the wings of this Beijing school by Open Architecture, and extend over mounds containing a subterranean swimming pool and an auditorium (+ slideshow). (more…)

 

On the market: 1960s A. Quincy Jones-designed midcentury Eichler house in Concord, California, USA

1960s A. Quincy Jones-designed midcentury Eichler house in Concord, California. USA
1960s A. Quincy Jones-designed midcentury Eichler house in Concord, California. USA

We have featured a few Eichler homes in the past, but this 1960s A. Quincy Jones-designed midcentury Eichler house in Concord, California, USA is perhaps the pick of the bunch.

1960s A. Quincy Jones-designed midcentury Eichler house in Concord, California. USA
1960s A. Quincy Jones-designed midcentury Eichler house in Concord, California. USA

According to Curbed, the overhaul of this 1963 build is the work of Blaine Siler, owner of  Redux Stage Co, a company that rescues midcentury houses and returns them to their former glory. But this isn’t a company house – this is his own home. It is certainly a good advert for the business though.

1960s A. Quincy Jones-designed midcentury Eichler house in Concord, California. USA
1960s A. Quincy Jones-designed midcentury Eichler house in Concord, California. USA

The agent describes it as ‘impeccably preserved’ as well as ‘tastefully’ modernised, words we can’t disagree with. It’s pretty much a picture guide to renovating a midcentury property. Very much of the original era, but without forgetting that ultimately this is a modern family home.

1960s A. Quincy Jones-designed midcentury Eichler house in Concord, California. USA
1960s A. Quincy Jones-designed midcentury Eichler house in Concord, California. USA

As an example, the kitchen features bespoke Berkeley Mills mahogany wood cabinetry and white Corian counters and surrounds, not to mention some high-end appliances, mixing it up with some mid-century globe lighting, beams and ‘floating’ walls. A contrast, but one that works.

1960s A. Quincy Jones-designed midcentury Eichler house in Concord, California. USA
1960s A. Quincy Jones-designed midcentury Eichler house in Concord, California. USA

As for the rest of the house, that totals 1,656 sq. ft of space and includes four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a very open plan inside living area. But the star of the show is the glass walled atrium at the centre of the house, with newly-added concrete flooring.

1960s A. Quincy Jones-designed midcentury Eichler house in Concord, California. USA
1960s A. Quincy Jones-designed midcentury Eichler house in Concord, California. USA

The outdoor space flows effortlessly from the inside courtesy of the full height glass. Once outside, you can enjoy the pool, new concrete decking and lighting, all of which is perfect for a party.

1960s A. Quincy Jones-designed midcentury Eichler house in Concord, California. USA
1960s A. Quincy Jones-designed midcentury Eichler house in Concord, California. USA

Of course, the pictures say more than our words, so do check those out. If it appeals, the asking price is $675,000 (around £436,000).

Images and details courtesy of East Bay Modern. For more details and to make an enquiry, please visit their website.

Via Curbed SF

1960s A. Quincy Jones-designed midcentury Eichler house in Concord, California. USA
1960s A. Quincy Jones-designed midcentury Eichler house in Concord, California. USA
1960s A. Quincy Jones-designed midcentury Eichler house in Concord, California. USA
1960s A. Quincy Jones-designed midcentury Eichler house in Concord, California. USA
1960s A. Quincy Jones-designed midcentury Eichler house in Concord, California. USA
1960s A. Quincy Jones-designed midcentury Eichler house in Concord, California. USA
1960s A. Quincy Jones-designed midcentury Eichler house in Concord, California. USA
1960s A. Quincy Jones-designed midcentury Eichler house in Concord, California. USA
1960s A. Quincy Jones-designed midcentury Eichler house in Concord, California. USA
1960s A. Quincy Jones-designed midcentury Eichler house in Concord, California. USA
 



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