the architect of style

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Inside Rick Owens & Michele Lamy’s Paris Home:

Photo I: Sculpture by Horst Egon Kalinowski in the meeting 

Photo II:  In the library, the couch, triangular stool and shelving all designed by RO

Photo III: A daybed covered in suede with a sable blanket, both by Owens, whose designs are sold through Salon 94 in New York City and Gallerie Pierre-Marie Giraud in Brussels.

Photo IV: An installation of objects on Owens’s desk includes a skull and Roc crystals.

Photo V: Owens’s minimalist shower

Photo VI: A brass-topped table by Owens

Photo VII: The Owens-designed bed is pine plywood covered in cashmere felt.

Photo VIII: Owens leans against a concrete sink in a bathroom he designed.

Photos by. François Halard

Cité Curial-Michelet Housing Complex, Paris, France.

(Arch. André Coquet, 1966-69)

Photo by Carlos Traspaderne with Hasselblad 500 C/M & Ilford film.

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Good wood - feels like you’re in some kind of warren with this house in Makinohara, Japan, by Japanese studio mA-style architects. The aptly named ‘Ant House’ looks like a totally different house to what you’d expect inside the minimalist industrial shell.

CARLO SCARPA, Casa Tabarelli, Girlan, Italy, 1968-69

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One of my most favourite charming treehouses I`ve ever seen 

BUCKHEAD TREEHOUSE

Buckhead treehouse is a charming, almost fairy-tale cottage located in Atlanta, US state of Georgia. Nestled in the woods, this unique retreat is a real craft masterpiece. The neighborhood is a quiet, residential place where a man can relax in nature.
REPEATEDLY DESCRIBED AS BEING THE MOST RELAXING, ROMANTIC, DREAMY AND UNIQUE PLACE

Charles de Gaulle Airport, Roissy-en-France, Paris, France.

(Arch. Paul Andreu, 1967-74)

Photo by Carlos Traspaderne with Hasselblad 500 C/M & Ilford film.

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The Milan apartment of Gabriele Salvatori

Gabriele Salvatori, Ceo and owner of Salvatori, a design company producing stone elements, lives in a gorgeous apartment on the fourth floor of a nineteenth-century building. His home is next to the company showroom: both, just separated by a stairway, overlook the same courtyard in the famous Solferino street, within the Brera design district. The interiors were revamped by architect Elisa Ossino, who has perfectly interpreted Salvatori’s style, both personal and corporate. During last Milan Design Week also the private apartment opened its doors.

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Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Design for a wall decoration (Entwurf für eine Wanddekoration), 1896-1897.

Design for a wall of tearooms by Miss Cranston in Glasgow.

Hunterian Museum, Glasgow.