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4 Houses, Oslo, Norway

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Infinity pool edge detail. By John Pawson.

John Pawson - Picornell House

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Bathroom outlet placement advice. Medicine Cabinet with Outlet, Remodelista

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Like the alignment of the tiled wall finish, glass, towel bar/cabinet, and the linear drain spanning the tile and floor to ceiling mirror

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Love the graphic punch of black fixtures. Amee Allsop Bath with Black Tapware | Remodelista

Trend Alert: Black Tapware Roundup: Remodelista

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Beautiful book on one of my favourite architects: Carlo Scarpa, by Robert McCarter, on Amazon.com

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I love the playful effect of this paint and tape effect. By fos

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Dig these channel glass walls used to enclose stairs and let light through...

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Harpa - Reykjavik Concert Hall and Conference Center... saw this in person. It's one of the best pieces of architecture I've had the pleasure of experiencing

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Stair and platform in Interior Design for Kiosk, in Toronto, by Omer Arbel, Photo by Nic Lehoux. I really like the floating plane of the landing at the bottom of the stairs, and its slight projection over the void for the stairs in the foreground. Would be a nice organizing element to play with in plenty of different types of spaces.

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I dig the mirror and the framed photobooth shots. The light and towel racks? notsomuchatime. I'm also guessing by the relationship between the mirror and electrical outlet that the sink is close enough to the wall that elbows bump.

Kim & Scott's Fresh Reverie House Tour

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Yes to the wood countertop detail - freshens up the typical waterfall. And triple yes to the brass (range hood, light fixture, faucet). Design by Workstead.

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I like the "hammered silver" cabinets... well, some of the cabinets... maybe just the uppers.... and without all that bloody marble, but keep that light fixture. Hammered Silver Cabinetry - Jean-Louis Deniot Design - ELLE DECOR

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Heavy Metal (named for perforated metal screens cladding the house), by Hufft Projects LLC, has the beautiful bath. Great combination of dark shower wall/floor with freestanding rock and light wood millwork

Heavy Metal - Architizer

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These screens remind me of something Moroccan or Turkish or... The Maison Escalier Moussafir Architectes

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Love the combo of glass blocks and plate glass on this house. Makes me feel like it's an inverted Maison de Verre. Vertical House by Aude Borromee Architecte

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I'm loving that the floor slabs interrupt the windows & sinking the entry below grade must result in a great entry sequence on that fantastic ramp with the integrated sides. Geometry works nicely here. Max Dudler's Hotel Quartier 65.

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The black used to slick up wall paneling that could otherwise be fussy needs the natural colour and texture of the rug and warm metal to keep it from being too severe. As seen in the House & Home gallery of painted trim. Photograph by Michael Graydon

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Like the rich dark blue paired with the yellow. Although I'm kind of over the accent wall as a thing, this works. The blue is Drawing Room Blue (253) from Farrow & Ball. As seen in the House & Home gallery of painted trim

Photo Gallery: Painted-Out Trim

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Christian Woo: millworker and furniture maker, based in Vancouver, BC. He makes some pretty sweet kitchens

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Dwellings in Carabanchle by dosmasunoarquitectos... Really like the idea of the form, but feel like the view from the interior must be compromised by the significant projections.

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renovation in Rotterdam by Studio Rolf. Palimpsest Lovin'

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Surprise entry tucked into an exterior "corridor." Charcoal House, Toronto, ON, by Atelier RZLBD

Charcoal House / rzlbd

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Private Residence, Chicago. Illinois, Doug Sandberg, Architect. This house is built on a narrow lot and is only 112.5-feet wide. Instead of rooms off a corridor, which would make everything feel even narrower, the architect used a central staircase to use a split-level approach to dividing up the interior space. That way, rooms are entered off the core, leaving the entire width of the building for the space, and using the ends of the spaces only for entry and exit.

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Case Study goodness

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