A view-filled waterfront penthouse in Cape Town, South Africa, turns to natural elements for design inspiration. On view the “stone” shaped STUA Eclipse nesting tables. (photo Elsa Young for Dwell) Via Crema Design store.
A Look Inside Vincent Kartheiser’s Hollywood Cabin
Architecture and interior design authority Dwell ventured into Vincent Kartheiser‘s minimalist Hollywood abode. Opposing the large-scale, perhaps even wastefully spacious mansions of many of his peers, the Mad Men star invested in a 580-square-foot home, recruiting designer Funn Roberts to maximize every inch of the space. It’s completely utilitarian from floor to ceiling; Kartheiser’s bed hangs from the ceiling and can be retracted as necessary; his headboard doubles as a fold-out desk; the closet is in the same view as the multi-purpose shower and soaking tub. Altogether, Kartheiser’s cabin is a cozy, yet tasteful approach to using limited space to its full potential. Enjoy a tour here, and head over to Dwell for the full article.
Really excited to finally share a story I shot earlier this year for the November issue of Dwell, out now.
Architect Peter Liang’s recently remodeled home on Bernal Hill in San Francisco has a green roof that’s populated with local plants, seeded by birds and the wind, and irrigated by seasonal rain and dew.
Huge thanks to Julia and Anna for the assignment, those two are just the bestest. Also much love to Peter and Jeanie for letting me stomp all over your beautiful home. I’ll be sharing more photos, stories and outtakes this week.