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Luxury House, Cape Town.


“The luminous interior design creates a soft and intimate counterpoint whilst not jeopardising the dramatic and clean, geometric lines of the architecture. These contrasting décor and architectural elements harmoniously co-exist and work off each other to great effect. The canvas like slabs of pure white wall mold and delineate the interior spaces and also provide a consistent gallery feel throughout, as such art and sculpture play a pivotal role in personalizing the interior and act as an inspirational interactive catalyst between building, location and inhabitation.” Images courtesy of SAOTA.

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Posted by on April 5, 2012 in Design


Charming Guest House in Australia.



Amanda Henderson-Marks and Lyn Gardener from ” Garden & Marks” and again I would like to show my appreciation for their great work by showing this house from 1930s. The accents here are at the vintage collection of antique furniture and arts, industrial lighting and gorgeous bathrooms with great old style chandeliers.

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Posted by on March 28, 2012 in Design


The Luxurious Toowong House in Australia.




“This was by far our most challenging project, yet one of our most rewarding. The difficult site and unusual house design made this a project one we loved to complete and were proud to be able to produce such an amazing and complex home within budget.”

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Posted by on March 28, 2012 in Design


Maleny House Design, Australia



According to the architects: “Designed for expatriate Australian clients in international banking working in Bucharest, Romania, the ‘Glass House Mountain House’ in Maleny celebrates its site, perched on the edge of the remnant rim of the Glass House range, as well as the essence of it’s place – ‘sky and mountains’. Translated into a place of ‘glass and stone’ inextricably connected to its landscape the contemporary Australian propertyhas qualities of being anchored, robust and earthbound as well as being transparent, light and floating.

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Posted by on March 14, 2012 in Design


Contemporary Hopen Place, California.



The contemporary Californian proprety comes with clean masculine lines and playfulness that has often been associated with the Friends character. The luxury Californian propriety boasts a dazzling blue infinity pool, you can even see the lights from Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip. There is also below-ground movie theater. Images courtesy of Whipple Russell Architects.

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Posted by on March 9, 2012 in Design


Judith Bedard. Editorial.



Welcome to My Labyrinth – Photographer Grant Yoshino and stylist  Newheart Ohanian capture a darkly romantic spring story shot for FGR’s most recent exclusive. Starring model Judith Bedard as the stunning protagonist, the sun-drenched images highlight decorative dresses and gowns matched with glittering accessories. Lush curls by hair stylist  Cash Lawless and a red lip by makeup artist Renee Garnes bring a vixen quality to the feminine frocks.

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Posted by on March 9, 2012 in Fashion, Foto


Steve Hermann’s Glass Pavilion House.



An almost entirely glass home, it allows the occupants to be comfortably inside while completely enveloped within nature. As you drive down the long gated driveway, the home slowly comes into view. You are immediately confronted with a large all glass home floating above gently rolling lawns.

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Posted by on February 29, 2012 in Design


Modern Pin-Up Photography.





















Pretty interesting collection of modern pin-ups featuring various celebs.

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Posted by on February 27, 2012 in Fashion, Foto


Brilliant Water Photo Manipulations.
























Magnificent Photo Manipulation of Water that will definitely inspire our audience.



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Posted by on February 27, 2012 in Foto


Martin Klimas’s Sound Painting.
























How do you paint with sound? It’s a good question and the answer comes from German photographer Martin Klimas. He starts by putting different colored paint on top of a speaker over some translucent material, then cranks up the volume. The vibrations of the speaker shoot the paint into the air creating beautiful patterns and sculptural forms, and Klimas snaps them with his camera while in flight.

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Posted by on February 26, 2012 in Arta, Pictura