The kitchen inside this Melbourne apartment is designed to look more like a gallery, where furniture and fittings appear as art objects.
birdasaurus: “Caylon Hackwith ”
juliusnielsen: “Tezontle Studio ”
consider the lighting effect for the tub wall/niche
Germans Ermics adds gradients to glass, then assembles these ombre furniture pieces that wouldn't feel out of place in a California Light & Space show.
Pin legs on a sink unit with concrete bowls. Love the mint wall tiles and black and white floor. Dream bathroom!
Cam Ranh Hideaway in Vietnam by MIA Design Studio
Funnel Taped Jacket by Boutique - Topshop
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