Friday, October 03, 2014
Happy weekend! Hope it's a lovely one. We'll be out enjoying the gorgeous mild weather and making some delicious lentil soup — how about you?
(photo by magdalena björnsdotter, with styling by claudia lindén. via elle decoration sweden)
An inspiring glimpse inside the beautiful Istanbul apartment of architect and designer Sefer Caglar, his wife Merve and their young daughter Sefer. Located steps away from Sefer's workplace, where he is one of the founders of the design studio Autoban, their space started out as a rather dull corporate office. Conceptualized as a home with the style of an art gallery, it's a tribute to the Sefer's creativity that such a poetic space has been made out of such humble beginnings. Love this one. More here on Milk.
(photography by karel balas)
Max Clendinning's room, 1970. I remember looking at this very photo while obsessively reading my mum's copy of the original House Book by Terence Conran as a tween. So many original and imaginative interiors in that book.
(via apiece apart)