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Nicole Hollis

Nicole Hollis‘s style is considered warm and luxe, elegant and modern.  Her carefully curated environments feature art, found objects, and unique furnishings against a backdrop of modern architecture.  Nicole likes to mix steel, blown- glass, reclaimed wood, and organic burlap and linen in her designs.  She has received numerous awards and distinctions, one of which was being named by Dwell as the “Young Gun in Interior Design.”

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Apr 21, 2011
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Openhouse

Nestled into a natural Hollywood Hills site, Openhouse by Xten Architecture enjoys spectacular city views below.  Doors slide open to erase all boundaries between indoors and out and connect the spaces to gardens and terraces on three levels.  The interior spaces extend to embrace nature and nature extends into and throughout the house.  A truly amazing property…

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Apr 20, 2011
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Say Cheese

Kotaro Horiuchi has completed Salon du Fromage, a small cheese boutique and restaurant located in Paris’ first androssiment.  This heavenly shop does not look like the average delicatessen.

Originally built in the 18th century, the narrow two-storey structure is wrapped in a soft curvaceous wall that separates the space into intimate rooms.

Cylindrical refrigerators house some 350 varieties of cheese.  Yum!  Lamps, resembling cubes of cheese, hang from the ceiling, giving off a milky white glow.

The space contains a show kitchen where wine tastings and classes take place.

Fabulous.

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Apr 19, 2011
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The Cool

Spanish architect Iñaqui Carnicero designed the Pitch’s House in Madrid, Spain.  Do you feel the cool oozing from this sleek and modern gem?  I have the shivers…

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Apr 18, 2011
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This is Mine…Ok, I’ll Share

A few years ago, sculptor Stephen Weiss, late husband of Donna Karan, had Spa House built on the adjoining property to the couple’s existing compound in East Hampton overlooking the Bay Shore of Long Island.  Bonetti/Kozerski Studio was hired by the couple to design and furnish the interior and landscape in the same aesthetic and lifestyle as the other residences and stores they have designed for Donna Karan. Spa House, used mainly for meditation and yoga, features large sliding windows that open to the decks, gardens and the sea.  The landscape was designed with relaxation and meditation in mind and indulges the calming and soothing views of the bay; selected pieces of furniture are placed around the property as if standing inside a large outdoor living room.  Can you understand why I want to claim this peaceful retreat for myself?

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Apr 16, 2011
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In the Pink

It’s Friday and we are on our way to the City of Lights to the Centre Pompidou.  On Level 6, Restaurant Georges has some of the finest panoramic views of Paris…and, inside Restaurant Georges, we will find The Pink Bar.  Designed by Jakob+MacFarlane, The Pink Bar is built from aluminum sheets with an interior color of…well, take a look….gorgeous.

Furniture designed by Jakob+MacFarlane.

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Apr 15, 2011
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H House

Designed by Wiel Arets Architects, H House is located in a green area of Maastricht, The Netherlands.  This house, simple and unadorned, with its special garden, makes me happy.

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Apr 14, 2011
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Solitude

Ahhh…solitude…so good for recharging one’s energy…

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Apr 13, 2011
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Hospital by Puresang

Belgian designers Puresang have designed Hospital, a clothing store set in a former stable in Antwerp.

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Apr 11, 2011
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Lovely Buddha

Lovely buddha…always brings a sense of serenity and integrity into a space…

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Apr 9, 2011
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Barcode House

Designed by MVRDV Architecture, Barcode House is in a suburban neighborhood in Munich, Germany.

Ring. Me. Up.

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Apr 8, 2011
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Clock Tower Penthouse

It is time…time to begin a new page for cabbagerose.   We are going to mark this time with the clock tower penthouse; recently on the market for a cool $25 million. In addition to the clocks and amazing views, the triplex features 16 foot ceilings on the main level and central glass elevator and floating staircase.

I’m already sold but the sweeping view of Brooklyn seals the deal.

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Apr 7, 2011

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