a Giraffe takes an impromptu swim, to cool off in the African heat.
Only in Africa…
My friend Elmarie sent these pics in a mail. Unfortunately I have no idea where they were taken. If you happen to know the story, let us know?
Rut Karadottir studied interior design at Istituto Europeo di Design in Rome. She worked at an architecture studio, Iezzi & Iezzi in Italy, for some time before starting her own design studio in Iceland in year 1997. Rut´s designs are characterised by simple and clear forms with a careful selection of materials & lighting to create a classic, but warm atmosphere.
I love her work - a wonderful mix of Scandinavian and modern with some rustic elements.
Les Interieurs projects have appeared in numerous highly regarded publications around the world such as Elle Decor UK, Marie Claire Maison Italy, Elle Decor Italy and Vogue Living Australia, to name but a few. There is something unique about Pamela Makin and the specialized style she brings to her work.
Pamela’s signature style is defined by her quest to source one-off pieces from around the world to accent the clean lines of her interiors. Tribal artifacts, smooth concrete floors and large striking artwork are complimented by natural textures including beautiful aged timbers teamed with cottons & linens.
Stunning interiors to match the breathtaking views.
Fashion designer John Rocha knows how to design. However his pared-down, simple vacation bungalow in St. Jean–Cap-Ferrat, France stands in stark contrast to his edgy and dark-cloaked runway models.
This bungalow is where he comes to relax and clear his mind. It’s no surprise then that the architecture is composed of uncomplicated geometry, white walls, Italian limestone and a tropical (backyard) oasis with a slate infinity pool.
Absolutely gorgeous; it’s one of my all-time favourites.