A penthouse apartment in a dockside development in Antwerp became the perfect blank canvas for an architect with a gift for creating open spaces and naturalistic, soft-toned Minimalism. By Mark Heldens and photographed by Verne.
J. Prouve: Administration Building, Lausanne Lausanne, 1969-1974 Arch.: J. Prouve Architecture: Atelier des architectes associés R. Willomet, P. Dumartheray Facade elements: Jean Prouvé Photos by Carlo Fumarola
5 Minimalist Spaces With Green Walls, a post by Natasha Alexandrou on The Edit. From muted mint green tones to vibrant turquoise shades, we've rounded up five stunning green interiors that are guaranteed to make you reconsider your white walls.
In the main bedroom of product designer Anthony Joseph - one half of kitchenware company Joseph & Joseph - mustard textiles were chosen to complement the walls painted in Farrow & Ball' 'Mole's Breath'.