I’m in love with this house by David Mikhail Architects, which was part of the Don’t Move, Impove Project in London. A former Victorian home, the house has been transformed into this cozy, modern dwelling complete with a garden courtyard and terrace. See more on this project here.
Daily Archives: February 7, 2011
We see, appreciate and share a lot of art each week on the 2Modern blog. And likely we should—without art our interiors we’re so keen on designing and caring about would be lifeless and dare we say, boring. And while we have an admiration for many, many styles and different — Continue reading
Trendsetters come from all walks of life, though they tend to share one very important characteristic: their keen eyes are always on the hunt for the next greatest idea in the design world to emerge, and once it does, they interpret it and help the rest of us find ways — Continue reading
Perhaps it’s just a product of our generation, but we just can’t hear the phrase “circle of life” without hearing a moving melody and picture a lion cub being held in the air. None of that has anything to do with today’s adorable gathering of blue-colored items, but we can — Continue reading
There’s one company that comes to our mind when we think of the best wallcovering options in the world: Graham & Brown. An England-based company that is steeped in tradition and history, Graham & Brown does a pretty darn good job of staying on top of the latest color, pattern — Continue reading
Spotted on Design Sponge last week, we are in love with this cool “fort” and think it is the perfect thing to surprise your partner with on the big day. The designer, Justina Blakeney (with styling help by Caitlin Levin, and with a fabulous blog of themselves called Compai Blog) — Continue reading
The University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) issued an RFP in 2005 for a new laboratory, the Institute for Regeneration Medicine Building (IRM), and ultimately commissioned Rafael Viñoly Architects PC for the project after a competitive interview process. The firm was chosen for its wealth of laboratory experience, the strength — Continue reading