Recently Added • 24-Feb-2023
Taking inspiration from the 18th Century Shaker movement’s belief in maintaining tidiness in their spaces, Raimana Jones of Atelier Jones Design created the aptly named Tidy Space using intuitive, meticulously crafted built-in furniture.
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When the Norwegian Vikings settled in Iceland, they brought with them a tradition of building out of the earth, using natural materials such as wood, uncut stone, and soil. Known as Turf Houses, these structures became the remarkable vernacular architecture of Iceland. Today, contemporary archite...
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Once narrow and dark, this 1930’s workers’ cottage was reimagined by Dean Williams of Architect George, maintaining its heritage charm and expanding the home from a tiny 30sqm to 60sqm with the addition of a second story.
After many years of searching for a sanctuary that could function as both a workspace and family home, artist Gudrun Kristjansdottir discovered a derelict barn (built in 1937) on the stunning West Coast of Iceland. Told by many that she should tear the existing structure down, Gudrun enlisted the...