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Entries in architecture (15)

Thursday
Feb242011

Claudia Uribe Touri :: Photography

Claudia's gorgeous images have me day dreaming of spending my days lounging by pools, wearing white linen, and reading books illuminated by giant expanses of seamless windows.  And that's just her architecture portfolio - don't get me started on her still-life and food photography!

I've highlighted some of my favorite architecture and interior images below, but the rest of her portfolio is equally sumptuous, so check it out!

LINK: www.claudiauribetouri.com

More pics after the jump!

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Wednesday
Feb022011

Modern Remodel :: A Brooklyn Row House

A purple couch and a yellow kitchen??  This Brooklyn row house is a-MAZ-ing!  After a three year remodel, residents Mark Dixon, an architect, and Alexandra Lange, an architecture critic finally have a space to call home (and what a home it is).  For all the deets, check out the full article on Dwell.com.

More pics after the jump!

Images: Matthew Williams

[Psst!  There's an entire slideshow of this space if you want more inspiration!]

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Tuesday
Jan252011

Glass House :: A Colorful Modern Home

Huge props to Megan for sharing this with me, as she knows I'm a complete turquoise fiend.  That said, I think this home might be my own little slice of heaven.  It's modern, industrial, contemporary, and eclectic all rolled into one.  What I wouldn't give to live here!

The home, located in Kansas City, is comprised of five shipping containers stacked two stories high.  What had the potential to be a cold, hard environment is made playful by the mix of materials (lots of wood, tile, and, of course, steel) and a bright color palette.  Bringing in added textural elements, like the 3D ceiling tiles, really just knocks this home out of the park!

If you like what you see and would love to learn more, read the full article on Kansas City Homes & Gardens!

As always, more pics after the jump!

Images: Matt Kocourek

Architects: BNIM

[via House of Turquoise]

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