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SF Cribs: The places behind the clothes

Discussion in 'Fine Living, Home, Design & Auto' started by designprofessor, Nov 15, 2006.

  1. Yo-han

    Yo-han Senior member

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    some from my house
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    our neighbours, for those of you into scandivanian functionalism architects/cemeteries
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  2. gdl203

    gdl203 Senior member Dubiously Honored Affiliate Vendor

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    Very Dwell-ish. The lack of clutter is impressive
     
  3. gomestar

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    overall, I like a lot. Especially the lack of stupid molding and the dark wood floors. And the kitchen lamps are great.

    I'm not as big of a fan of the drapes (I'd prefer bamboo or natural wood shades) and the excessive use of Eames (I'd replace the rockers, even a LC3 would be ideal)
     
  4. maomao1980

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    Am I invited to the housewarming?

    Of course, as long as you can stand the nouveau riche interior, but I promise it won't half as bad as most things you've seen in Beijing.
     
  5. LabelKing

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    Of course, as long as you can stand the nouveau riche interior, but I promise it won't half as bad as most things you've seen in Beijing.

    I quite like the wood and stone cladding--gives a nice visual balance.

    I'm hoping to see some Legendale Hotel influences.
     
  6. maomao1980

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    I'm hoping to see some Legendale Hotel influences.

    Might as well bring the ropes and lynch me.
     
  7. maomao1980

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    A preview, should be done in another month or so [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  8. LabelKing

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    Am I invited to the housewarming?
     
  9. henrikc

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    Looks amazing, maomao! I love it!

    I kind of hate this thread right now, I can't see Roys pictures, and judging from the comments, it sounds amazing. Can you please re-upload them Roy?
     
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    Looks amazing, maomao! I love it!

    whoa maomao, amazing.

    + 1.
     
  12. Roy

    Roy Senior member

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    A preview, should be done in another month or so

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    Maomao,

    This looks good! Any more pics? Very nice.
     
  13. JetBlast

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    Maomao,

    This looks good! Any more pics? Very nice.


    +1. Looks fantastic - please post more when you get them.
     
  14. Huntsman

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    A preview, should be done in another month or so [​IMG] [​IMG]
    Wow. I hope the reality matches the rendering.
     
  15. Night Owl

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    A preview, should be done in another month or so

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    youre building a department store? looks like the mens room is to the right there
     
  16. maomao1980

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    youre building a department store? looks like the mens room is to the right there

    I would like to invite you to the house warming so you can say that to my face.
     
  17. username79

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    I would like to invite you to the house warming so you can say that to my face.
    It looks beautiful. However, it looks the opposite of a home. Every texture is hard and cold and every structure of the most unyielding material. I am sure that it is what you like and specified and aesthetically it is quite pleasing, but I'm sure you expect to receive comments like the above. Do you have more pictures? I think only showing two narrow hallways increases the retail space effect.
     
  18. Huntsman

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    I would like to invite you to the house warming so you can say that to my face.
    Not cool.
     
  19. Incman

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    I would like to invite you to the house warming so you can say that to my face.

    Classy...
     
  20. SField

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    It looks beautiful. However, it looks the opposite of a home. Every texture is hard and cold and every structure of the most unyielding material. I am sure that it is what you like and specified and aesthetically it is quite pleasing, but I'm sure you expect to receive comments like the above. Do you have more pictures? I think only showing two narrow hallways increases the retail space effect.

    +1 it looks like the elevators at a boutique hotel. It's beautiful but not what I'd want for a home.
     

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