These ceramics by Rose Wei of Zhu Ohmu really made my heart tick faster. Such cool shapes and structure.
”Perfect Imperfect” was on the wishlist for April and the craving increases seeing these pictures from the book and an exhibition previously held in Canberra on the same theme. The book is created by Sydney based writer and editor Karen McCartney, stylist Glen Proebstel and photographer Sharyn Cairns. Hopefully it will be with me by the weekend.
Info and pictures via The Design Files with thanks.
If it wasn´t for the rain that keeps on pouring down outside this would be the perfect setting right now. I love Fall and want to spend as much time as I can outside with a warm sweater, a blanket and some hot beverages so this is my hope for next weekend.
Every year this time of year I start dreaming about going to the Alps or way up North to experience nature while changing colors and breathing that super clean crisp air. The Miramonti boutique hotel in the South Tyrol, Italy, passed by my feed on instagram via @smallluxuryhotels and the dream was once again starting. A weekend with that view? Yes please!
More info here.
Found via Emelie Törling with thanks.
In addition to Villa La Madonna being high up on the wish list of places to visit this B&B in Puglia, Italy, looks quite amazing too. Masseria Morose designed by Andrew Trotter. See more pictures of this lovely space and outdoor area 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.
A mix of spaces that made my heart tick a little extra this morning. I mean, just look at the house on pic 1?!
All via MaryLinYolo tumblr with thanks.
Back in the city again after thee lovely weeks in France. Every time I´m on a holiday I get reminded of how much I really appreciate a good view and especially one overlooking water and the horizon. It gives me the sense of endlessness and how our planet is just so beautiful and clean in itself (it´s just us trying to ruin that…) with never ending stories to tell, views to give, experiences and adventures to explore. One day I will live with a view that gives me that kind of peace every day…that´s a dream and my plan.
Pics from Gota House by Sforza Seilern Architects. Photo: Bruce Rowlands and Angela Geddes. Via Yatzer with thanks.