In the current issue of Residence Magazine this piece is out that I did together with photographer Erik Lefvander as my last job before heading on summer holiday. It´s the home of architect Johnny Andersson of Jordens Arkitekter (who also did this amazing space by the way). Some behind the scenes from the shoot – when picking up all the props I the whole time heard that my car engine did not sound as it use to. I barely got out of there with a fully packed car and just as I parked next to our house it died…Luckily after the shoot and not before. And for the image with the jeans hanging on that wall, I really wanted an extra pair and there where none available. So I want to say an extra thanks to photographer Erik that took one for the team taking this pic with no pants on and offering the best laugh of the day!
You can see more images here.
Went shopping for a client in amazing vintage store Dusty Deco the other day and fell in love with this huge photo art by Jens Assur. It definitely needs a big wall with it´s range of 2,5 x 3,5 meters and a big wallet to pay for it (75 000 SEK) but oh how I would love to find the perfect space for that piece.
Pic 1 via Dusty Deco and pic 2 with poor quality from my Iphone.
Villa DL Villa BJ Villa E Starting the weekend with these beauties by amazing Studio KO. Love the tranquility, colors and ambiance.
All pics via Studio KO with thanks. 1-7 from Villa DL, Essaouira, Maroc, 8-12: from Villa BJ, Saint Briac, France, 13-18: Villa E, Ourika, Maroc. All photos: Dan Glasser.
Love finding images I´ve never seen before and these shots by photographer Jérôme Galland are some of those. I don´t think these pictures are from the same place but I would like to imagine so. Just look at that marble bathroom….
These pics by amazing photographer Pia Ulin made me want to go back to LA immediately . One of the things I love the most about that city is walking around (yes I know, walking is not very easy there but there are areas like Los Feliz, Santa Monica, Silverlake etc where you can actually walk and not always go by car) looking at houses and all different kinds of architecture, materials, colours and solutions that you so rarely see back home. Most houses have their specific magic and personality to it and I just love that. Looking at the wood in these pictures, the two last pics might not be part of the same house -but how magical would it be if the room with all the windows was the room facing a hidden backyard?
All pics by Pia Ulin.