Converting industrial building into somewhere homely can be a tough call. The sheer size and proportion of those buildings can be daunting and difficult to successfully turn into a family home whilst still preserving its history. Sabine Fajana, however, has managed it perfectly…
Scandi meet Industrial with a touch of rustic, I LOVE it! It is for sale with Swedish estate agent Fantastic Frank.I think it is worth pointing out that there is a massive difference between the way Swedish agents market their properties… each property is styled […]
Architect Steven Harris and Interior Designer Lucien Rees Roberts bought and restored this 15th century tower in Croatia.The kitchen, and I know im always banging on about kitchens, is breathtakingly beautiful and I would happily spend hours in there! Just check out the 1960 Murano […]
Where to start, this is such an amazing home! Beautifully handcrafted, it belongs to Italian designer Costanza Algranti and her nephew.Split on 3 levels, each measuring 30 square meters, the main feature of this contemporary tower has to be the kitchen with its solid copper table! Although everywhere I look I see copper, galvanised steel,wood and concrete all blending together seamlessly.
Photography: Fabrizio Cicconi / Living Inside