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Oct 7
homedecordream:

Architecture & Interior Design Florence kitchen, Italy. Lisa Gabrielson Design, Alpharetta, GA. via Tumblr

homedecordream:

Architecture & Interior Design Florence kitchen, Italy. Lisa Gabrielson Design, Alpharetta, GA. via Tumblr

Oct 5

nat1317:

I’ll take a combination of these rooms please

(Source: thepotterwholockian)

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drydockshop:

House & Garden’s Complete Guide to INTERIOR DECORATION ©1970

drydockshop:

House & Garden’s Complete Guide to INTERIOR DECORATION ©1970

contemporist:

Baronette Renaissance Hotel Lobby by d-ash design
Source: Contemporist.com

contemporist:

Baronette Renaissance Hotel Lobby by d-ash design

Source: Contemporist.com

design-voyager:


Barton’s Bonbonniere better known as Barton’s Candy - Photo from Architectural Forum August 1952. New York City. Architect, Victor Gruen. Graphics consultant Alvin Lustig. Photo by Robert Damora.
Source: flickr.com/photos/sandiv999 Via midcenturymodernfreak

design-voyager:

Barton’s Bonbonniere better known as Barton’s Candy - Photo from Architectural Forum August 1952. New York City. Architect, Victor Gruen. Graphics consultant Alvin Lustig. Photo by Robert Damora.

Source: flickr.com/photos/sandiv999 Via midcenturymodernfreak

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Nov 7

willibe-en:

Artists’ Handmade Houses

Artists’ Handmade Houses is a collection of 13 homes handcrafted by the finest artists and craftsmen in America, including George Nakashima, Henry Varnum Poor, Sam Maloof, Wharton Esherick, and Russel Wright. Built over the course of 75 years, from the late-19th century to the mid-20th century, these homes were each designed and built by the artists as an expression of their aesthetic sentiments, and in many cases, as extensions of their artwork. As such, these private domains are utterly unique and deeply imbued with each artist’s singular vision and talent. Photography by Don Freeman.

Casas De Artistas Hechas A Mano es una colección de 13 casas hechas a mano por los mejores artistas y artesanos de Estados Unidos, incluyendo a George Nakashima, Henry Varnum Poor, Sam Maloof, Esherick Wharton y Russel Wright. Construidas a lo largo de 75 años, desde finales del siglo XIX hasta mediados del siglo XX, cada una de estas casas han sido diseñadas y construidas por los artistas como expresión de sus sentimientos estéticos, y en muchos casos, como extensiones de sus obras de arte. Como tales, estos dominios privados son absolutamente únicos y profundamente impregnados de la visión y talento singulares de cada artista. Fotografía por Don Freeman.