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post #31 of 48
The home of the furniture-designer Finn Juhl What I like except for the furniture is that you can see people are living there.
post #32 of 48
Speaking of Interior Design, I've just come across this blog post http://design-milk.com/gaetano-pesce...th-sessantuna/ about a new project by Italian designer Gaetano Pesce and Italian design make Cassina. It's a series of 61 unique tables, here's a picture of one of them:


Thought I could speak about it as I hadn't seen it mentioned yet. What do you think of it?
post #33 of 48
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I'm quite fond of the same era. Modern interior design often leaves me a bit cold inside, maybe because it's too reminiscent of vast empty public spaces. The lack of eclecticism isn't making things better. Finding interesting pieces to fill your home with should require more than picking up a catalogue from dwr. One modern (1930) interior space I like is Villa Müller by Adolf Loos:
more pictures here
post #34 of 48
nice really
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post #36 of 48
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One modern (1930) interior space I like is Villa Müller by Adolf Loos: more pictures here
Is this a funeral home?
post #37 of 48
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Is this a funeral home?

I know. Not a single rotating disco ball.
post #38 of 48
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I know. Not a single rotating disco ball.

Your point of reference complements your taste.
post #39 of 48
in true styleforum fashion, people post interiors that would cost millions to re-create.
post #40 of 48
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in true styleforum fashion, people post interiors that would cost millions to re-create.

+1 I'd like to see what SFer's do for small interiors. I find that filling a typical townhouse or condo with french or english style furniture and design a bit odd, it requires appropriate design in the room itself.

I'm tending to lean on modern, but I like modern only to a point. The extremely cold looking interiors do nothing for me. I'd like to see modern that looks like something that would be livable, well decorated beyond just furniture placement and wall adornments.
post #41 of 48
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+1 I'd like to see what SFer's do for small interiors. I find that filling a typical townhouse or condo with french or english style furniture and design a bit odd, it requires appropriate design in the room itself.

I'm tending to lean on modern, but I like modern only to a point. The extremely cold looking interiors do nothing for me. I'd like to see modern that looks like something that would be livable, well decorated beyond just furniture placement and wall adornments.


This site does a small apartment competition every year 1000sqf or less, there's some pretty nice places in between and something for almost every taste.
post #42 of 48
Pretty cool site, I wish it wasnt all straight out of DWR, but it's interesting.
post #43 of 48
Kjærholm home, Oresund, Denmark, 1962.

Architecture by Hanne Kjærholm; furniture by Poul Kjærholm; illumination by Poul Henningsen et al.























post #44 of 48
Just a thought, why is it that most of the more designy pads are in wide open spaces/looking out over the sea?

Personally I would like to see some houses/interiors that are more in sync with the woods. (there was one alongside a waterfall mentioned around here i believe, that and the house from "ferris buelers day out" )
post #45 of 48
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Kjærholm home, Oresund, Denmark, 1962.


Just for the record oresund is the sea between Denmark and Sweden and not a place, the house is located in Charlottenlund north of Copenhagen

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Just a thought, why is it that most of the more designy pads are in wide open spaces/looking out over the sea?

Personally I would like to see some houses/interiors that are more in sync with the woods. (there was one alongside a waterfall mentioned around here i believe, that and the house from "ferris buelers day out" )

You are thinking about Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater house www.fallingwater.org
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