General Discussion: interior design


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inversesquare
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6667 posts since 7/6/08

6 Feb 2010 21:55
Sure that's not a bin? Eye-wink
Strummer
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2163 posts since 24/7/04

7 Feb 2010 14:26
Also considering the Konstantin Grcic Diana E. Not sure how this'll work as a bedside though.

figurine
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5764 posts since 14/5/07

7 Feb 2010 14:28
First one you posted is proper awful Strummer. Like the second but not entirely sure it would work beside a bed.
Strummer
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2163 posts since 24/7/04

7 Feb 2010 14:31
figurine wrote: First one you posted is proper awful Strummer

Really? No matter how many options I see, I always come back to the Platner!
Strummer
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2163 posts since 24/7/04

7 Feb 2010 14:35
Love the detail on this (enlarge the image)

http://www.ambientedirect.com/en/classicon-adjustable-table-e-1027.html
Dee
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11218 posts since 22/11/07

7 Feb 2010 16:21




http://www.turnerexhibits.com/portfolio_detail.php?sub=kinetic&p;=portfolio/kinetic_architecture/1

same architect..






http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/sf/inspiration/the-brain-by-olson-sundberg-kundig-allen-architects-046585






New York Herald Tribune
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2015 posts since 13/8/04

7 Feb 2010 16:30
expensively assembled but pushing naffness - some of that victoriana detailing (and attached to breeze blocks!) is really bad. sure they're very nice places to own and live in though, if tasteless
Best
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9780 posts since 21/10/05

7 Feb 2010 16:30
bit industrial for me, nice windows and settings though

loving this marble at the moment, when i do my next place the whole thing is being decked out in it huge tiles and underfloor heating FTW

jimm
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1558 posts since 22/11/04

7 Feb 2010 16:48
I like this Barbican flat with original fittings and vitsoe units:

DuffMan
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14288 posts since 21/2/07

7 Feb 2010 16:49
colour coordinated books Laughing out loud

Idiots
Homer
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23926 posts since 8/5/03

7 Feb 2010 16:50
Thats well Cool
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9780 posts since 21/10/05

7 Feb 2010 16:52
cool that even the bookcase, would love the live there
Strummer
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2163 posts since 24/7/04

7 Feb 2010 16:54
Very nice, if a little too cramped.

Space is key for me.
Dee
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11218 posts since 22/11/07

7 Feb 2010 16:56
New York Herald Tribune! wrote: expensively assembled but pushing naffness - some of that victoriana detailing (and attached to breeze blocks!) is really bad. sure they're very nice places to own and live in though, if tasteless


Naff & tastless?

The Victorian detailing is what makes this for me. The juxtaposition of the industrial mechanics with the bare common modern aesthetics of such things as breeze blocks is amazing imo.
MoB
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36704 posts since 31/8/04

7 Feb 2010 16:57
would kill for a flat in the barbican, was offered a one bedroom a few weeks back but it was too much monies for me.
Dee
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11218 posts since 22/11/07

7 Feb 2010 16:57
That colour coded bookcase is Cool
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9780 posts since 21/10/05

7 Feb 2010 16:58
how much out of interest?

fucked her yet?
BOOKSTORECORE
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7634 posts since 8/8/06

7 Feb 2010 16:59
WOW BOOKS ARE PRETTY!

Noble Locks
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66963 posts since 10/7/03

7 Feb 2010 16:59
MoB wrote: would kill for a flat in the barbican, was offered a one bedroom a few weeks back but it was too much monies for me.
if you could of afforded it would youd of left our homer. Jawdropping!

i dont ever want that episode to end. Cry
rural
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17578 posts since 26/9/06

7 Feb 2010 17:00
Laughing out loud Luke