HOUSE & HOMME
{This blog was formerly called Bjorn's Randoms} I'm a Toronto-based interior designer, that's really more than just that. Throughout the weekdays, between 9am to 5pm (EST), I sometimes post things I find online that are usually related to design in some way or the other. But after that, I have the 'randoms' queued up! You see my interest in design, art, illustration, architecture, photography, travel, & fashion, the things that make me laugh, that make me think, the things that excite me, and the things that I love. Soon, it won't be so random after all.
HOUSE & HOMME
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{Out the door, and Happy Tuesday!}
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homotography:

Adam Huber by Bell Soto
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ryanpanos:

Izakaya Kinoya | Jean de Lessard | Via
For its latest Kinoya, interior designer Jean de Lessard has tapped into the sources to emulate in his design the primary spirit, function and aesthetics of the izakaya, as the latter was originally an informal place where people drank beer and sake. The transformation is particularly unusual that it explores through extreme design intimacy in relationships between people, making of Kinoya a true representation of the unique approach the designer has developed about the different ways of occupying a space.
ryanpanos:

Izakaya Kinoya | Jean de Lessard | Via
For its latest Kinoya, interior designer Jean de Lessard has tapped into the sources to emulate in his design the primary spirit, function and aesthetics of the izakaya, as the latter was originally an informal place where people drank beer and sake. The transformation is particularly unusual that it explores through extreme design intimacy in relationships between people, making of Kinoya a true representation of the unique approach the designer has developed about the different ways of occupying a space.
ryanpanos:

Izakaya Kinoya | Jean de Lessard | Via
For its latest Kinoya, interior designer Jean de Lessard has tapped into the sources to emulate in his design the primary spirit, function and aesthetics of the izakaya, as the latter was originally an informal place where people drank beer and sake. The transformation is particularly unusual that it explores through extreme design intimacy in relationships between people, making of Kinoya a true representation of the unique approach the designer has developed about the different ways of occupying a space.
ryanpanos:

Izakaya Kinoya | Jean de Lessard | Via
For its latest Kinoya, interior designer Jean de Lessard has tapped into the sources to emulate in his design the primary spirit, function and aesthetics of the izakaya, as the latter was originally an informal place where people drank beer and sake. The transformation is particularly unusual that it explores through extreme design intimacy in relationships between people, making of Kinoya a true representation of the unique approach the designer has developed about the different ways of occupying a space.
ryanpanos:

Izakaya Kinoya | Jean de Lessard | Via
For its latest Kinoya, interior designer Jean de Lessard has tapped into the sources to emulate in his design the primary spirit, function and aesthetics of the izakaya, as the latter was originally an informal place where people drank beer and sake. The transformation is particularly unusual that it explores through extreme design intimacy in relationships between people, making of Kinoya a true representation of the unique approach the designer has developed about the different ways of occupying a space.
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nonconcept:

Apartment Madeleine in Paris, France by Ateliers Michael Herrman. (Photography: Filippo Bamberghi)
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Apartment Madeleine in Paris, France by Ateliers Michael Herrman. (Photography: Filippo Bamberghi)
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Apartment Madeleine in Paris, France by Ateliers Michael Herrman. (Photography: Filippo Bamberghi)
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Apartment Madeleine in Paris, France by Ateliers Michael Herrman. (Photography: Filippo Bamberghi)
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Apartment Madeleine in Paris, France by Ateliers Michael Herrman. (Photography: Filippo Bamberghi)
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Apartment Madeleine in Paris, France by Ateliers Michael Herrman. (Photography: Filippo Bamberghi)
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vintageluxe:

jenny komenda | domino
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homotography:

Patrick Weber by Sam Scott Schiavo | Yearbook Fanzine #7
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atelier688:

subtilitas:

AR Arquitectos - Atelier Alberto, São Paulo 2012. Photos (C) Maíra Acayaba.


Interesting use of concrete and space!
atelier688:

subtilitas:

AR Arquitectos - Atelier Alberto, São Paulo 2012. Photos (C) Maíra Acayaba.


Interesting use of concrete and space!
atelier688:

subtilitas:

AR Arquitectos - Atelier Alberto, São Paulo 2012. Photos (C) Maíra Acayaba.


Interesting use of concrete and space!
atelier688:

subtilitas:

AR Arquitectos - Atelier Alberto, São Paulo 2012. Photos (C) Maíra Acayaba.


Interesting use of concrete and space!
atelier688:

subtilitas:

AR Arquitectos - Atelier Alberto, São Paulo 2012. Photos (C) Maíra Acayaba.


Interesting use of concrete and space!
atelier688:

subtilitas:

AR Arquitectos - Atelier Alberto, São Paulo 2012. Photos (C) Maíra Acayaba.


Interesting use of concrete and space!
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georgianadesign:

Brooklyn Heights patio, NYC. New Eco Landscapes. Photography by Anthony Crisafulli.
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{Some of the Opposite House hotel’s public spaces by Neri & Hu (with/or Kengo Kuma?) See the previous post for the hotel rooms.}
{Some of the Opposite House hotel’s public spaces by Neri & Hu (with/or Kengo Kuma?) See the previous post for the hotel rooms.}
{Some of the Opposite House hotel’s public spaces by Neri & Hu (with/or Kengo Kuma?) See the previous post for the hotel rooms.}
{Some of the Opposite House hotel’s public spaces by Neri & Hu (with/or Kengo Kuma?) See the previous post for the hotel rooms.}
{Some of the Opposite House hotel’s public spaces by Neri & Hu (with/or Kengo Kuma?) See the previous post for the hotel rooms.}
{Some of the Opposite House hotel’s public spaces by Neri & Hu (with/or Kengo Kuma?) See the previous post for the hotel rooms.}
{Some of the Opposite House hotel’s public spaces by Neri & Hu (with/or Kengo Kuma?) See the previous post for the hotel rooms.}
{Some of the Opposite House hotel’s public spaces by Neri & Hu (with/or Kengo Kuma?) See the previous post for the hotel rooms.}
{Some of the Opposite House hotel’s public spaces by Neri & Hu (with/or Kengo Kuma?) See the previous post for the hotel rooms.}
{Some of the Opposite House hotel’s public spaces by Neri & Hu (with/or Kengo Kuma?) See the previous post for the hotel rooms.}