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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{Got my work things! We’re off! Happy Tuesday!}
Ted Baker recently got a digital facelift with a newly-revamped website and a spectacular new Pinterest campaign. The idea is simple: create a Pinterest board with some of your favourite products from Ted Baker and inspirations for your new look, submit the board, and each week in-house stylists will choose a winner to win some of the items you featured on your board from Ted Baker!
{Got my work things! We’re off! Happy Tuesday!}
Ted Baker recently got a digital facelift with a newly-revamped website and a spectacular new Pinterest campaign. The idea is simple: create a Pinterest board with some of your favourite products from Ted Baker and inspirations for your new look, submit the board, and each week in-house stylists will choose a winner to win some of the items you featured on your board from Ted Baker!
{Got my work things! We’re off! Happy Tuesday!}
Ted Baker recently got a digital facelift with a newly-revamped website and a spectacular new Pinterest campaign. The idea is simple: create a Pinterest board with some of your favourite products from Ted Baker and inspirations for your new look, submit the board, and each week in-house stylists will choose a winner to win some of the items you featured on your board from Ted Baker!
{Got my work things! We’re off! Happy Tuesday!}
Ted Baker recently got a digital facelift with a newly-revamped website and a spectacular new Pinterest campaign. The idea is simple: create a Pinterest board with some of your favourite products from Ted Baker and inspirations for your new look, submit the board, and each week in-house stylists will choose a winner to win some of the items you featured on your board from Ted Baker!
{Got my work things! We’re off! Happy Tuesday!}
Ted Baker recently got a digital facelift with a newly-revamped website and a spectacular new Pinterest campaign. The idea is simple: create a Pinterest board with some of your favourite products from Ted Baker and inspirations for your new look, submit the board, and each week in-house stylists will choose a winner to win some of the items you featured on your board from Ted Baker!
{Got my work things! We’re off! Happy Tuesday!}
Ted Baker recently got a digital facelift with a newly-revamped website and a spectacular new Pinterest campaign. The idea is simple: create a Pinterest board with some of your favourite products from Ted Baker and inspirations for your new look, submit the board, and each week in-house stylists will choose a winner to win some of the items you featured on your board from Ted Baker!
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archatlas:

James Nizam
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James Nizam
archatlas:

James Nizam
archatlas:

James Nizam
archatlas:

James Nizam
archatlas:

James Nizam
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thedpages:

LONDON DESIGN FESTIVAL 2014 - The Bauhaus inspired Exhibit Light & Bowl by MEJD
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hellosukio:

For the final days of my #modernglamour challenge, I’m dipping into Sukio’s top 20 archive. Design by David Mann. #lustrous #interiors
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dailymovement:

Triwa ‘Sort of Black’ Gold Chrono
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thefrogman:

[video] [h/t: alxbngala]
thefrogman:

[video] [h/t: alxbngala]
thefrogman:

[video] [h/t: alxbngala]
thefrogman:

[video] [h/t: alxbngala]
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interiordesignmagazine:

Street artist Vhils, aka Alexandre Farto, created this CODAaward-winning mural for the courtyard of Mapleton Investments by chipping, sawing, and jackhammering the plaster over the brick. Photography by Benny Chan/Fotoworks.
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plastolux:

Interiors by Neal Beckstedthttp://plastolux.com/interiors-neal-beckstedt.html
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thesnobreport:

Sartoria Partenopea FW14
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{Beauty School Knockout. Bright, fresh and clean, the EDU Salon  designed by Technē Architecture looks how you want to feel. Earthy, mineral tones, breezy blue touches, and a light, minimal vibe creates a calm, soothing atmosphere, ideal for the hours of primping, pampering and perfecting that will be taking place here. Technē have fully embodied the Beauty EDU ethos and created a space that both serves as a simulation of a real salon and as a functional, educational environment for students to fully embrace the task at hand.}
“The concept was to offer a new approach to practicing beauty therapy, and to set the school apart from others on the market. The challenge was to marry the practicality requirements of a traditional school, whilst creating a polished and inviting salon environment.” -Linda Raimondo, lead Interior Designer at Technē Architecture for Melbourne’s new Beauty EDU salon.
Perhaps the most outstanding detail of the design is the copper fixtures interspersed throughout the space. “The space features extruded copper detailing which appears on the A-frame of the make-up stand, the marketing display rail and adjustable floor lamps. The copper detailing is a subtle reflective element that contrasts against the crisp white walls and flooring. This design feature is apparent throughout the space and helps tie the design elements together.”
{Beauty School Knockout. Bright, fresh and clean, the EDU Salon  designed by Technē Architecture looks how you want to feel. Earthy, mineral tones, breezy blue touches, and a light, minimal vibe creates a calm, soothing atmosphere, ideal for the hours of primping, pampering and perfecting that will be taking place here. Technē have fully embodied the Beauty EDU ethos and created a space that both serves as a simulation of a real salon and as a functional, educational environment for students to fully embrace the task at hand.}
“The concept was to offer a new approach to practicing beauty therapy, and to set the school apart from others on the market. The challenge was to marry the practicality requirements of a traditional school, whilst creating a polished and inviting salon environment.” -Linda Raimondo, lead Interior Designer at Technē Architecture for Melbourne’s new Beauty EDU salon.
Perhaps the most outstanding detail of the design is the copper fixtures interspersed throughout the space. “The space features extruded copper detailing which appears on the A-frame of the make-up stand, the marketing display rail and adjustable floor lamps. The copper detailing is a subtle reflective element that contrasts against the crisp white walls and flooring. This design feature is apparent throughout the space and helps tie the design elements together.”
{Beauty School Knockout. Bright, fresh and clean, the EDU Salon  designed by Technē Architecture looks how you want to feel. Earthy, mineral tones, breezy blue touches, and a light, minimal vibe creates a calm, soothing atmosphere, ideal for the hours of primping, pampering and perfecting that will be taking place here. Technē have fully embodied the Beauty EDU ethos and created a space that both serves as a simulation of a real salon and as a functional, educational environment for students to fully embrace the task at hand.}
“The concept was to offer a new approach to practicing beauty therapy, and to set the school apart from others on the market. The challenge was to marry the practicality requirements of a traditional school, whilst creating a polished and inviting salon environment.” -Linda Raimondo, lead Interior Designer at Technē Architecture for Melbourne’s new Beauty EDU salon.
Perhaps the most outstanding detail of the design is the copper fixtures interspersed throughout the space. “The space features extruded copper detailing which appears on the A-frame of the make-up stand, the marketing display rail and adjustable floor lamps. The copper detailing is a subtle reflective element that contrasts against the crisp white walls and flooring. This design feature is apparent throughout the space and helps tie the design elements together.”
{Beauty School Knockout. Bright, fresh and clean, the EDU Salon  designed by Technē Architecture looks how you want to feel. Earthy, mineral tones, breezy blue touches, and a light, minimal vibe creates a calm, soothing atmosphere, ideal for the hours of primping, pampering and perfecting that will be taking place here. Technē have fully embodied the Beauty EDU ethos and created a space that both serves as a simulation of a real salon and as a functional, educational environment for students to fully embrace the task at hand.}
“The concept was to offer a new approach to practicing beauty therapy, and to set the school apart from others on the market. The challenge was to marry the practicality requirements of a traditional school, whilst creating a polished and inviting salon environment.” -Linda Raimondo, lead Interior Designer at Technē Architecture for Melbourne’s new Beauty EDU salon.
Perhaps the most outstanding detail of the design is the copper fixtures interspersed throughout the space. “The space features extruded copper detailing which appears on the A-frame of the make-up stand, the marketing display rail and adjustable floor lamps. The copper detailing is a subtle reflective element that contrasts against the crisp white walls and flooring. This design feature is apparent throughout the space and helps tie the design elements together.”
{Beauty School Knockout. Bright, fresh and clean, the EDU Salon  designed by Technē Architecture looks how you want to feel. Earthy, mineral tones, breezy blue touches, and a light, minimal vibe creates a calm, soothing atmosphere, ideal for the hours of primping, pampering and perfecting that will be taking place here. Technē have fully embodied the Beauty EDU ethos and created a space that both serves as a simulation of a real salon and as a functional, educational environment for students to fully embrace the task at hand.}
“The concept was to offer a new approach to practicing beauty therapy, and to set the school apart from others on the market. The challenge was to marry the practicality requirements of a traditional school, whilst creating a polished and inviting salon environment.” -Linda Raimondo, lead Interior Designer at Technē Architecture for Melbourne’s new Beauty EDU salon.
Perhaps the most outstanding detail of the design is the copper fixtures interspersed throughout the space. “The space features extruded copper detailing which appears on the A-frame of the make-up stand, the marketing display rail and adjustable floor lamps. The copper detailing is a subtle reflective element that contrasts against the crisp white walls and flooring. This design feature is apparent throughout the space and helps tie the design elements together.”
{Beauty School Knockout. Bright, fresh and clean, the EDU Salon  designed by Technē Architecture looks how you want to feel. Earthy, mineral tones, breezy blue touches, and a light, minimal vibe creates a calm, soothing atmosphere, ideal for the hours of primping, pampering and perfecting that will be taking place here. Technē have fully embodied the Beauty EDU ethos and created a space that both serves as a simulation of a real salon and as a functional, educational environment for students to fully embrace the task at hand.}
“The concept was to offer a new approach to practicing beauty therapy, and to set the school apart from others on the market. The challenge was to marry the practicality requirements of a traditional school, whilst creating a polished and inviting salon environment.” -Linda Raimondo, lead Interior Designer at Technē Architecture for Melbourne’s new Beauty EDU salon.
Perhaps the most outstanding detail of the design is the copper fixtures interspersed throughout the space. “The space features extruded copper detailing which appears on the A-frame of the make-up stand, the marketing display rail and adjustable floor lamps. The copper detailing is a subtle reflective element that contrasts against the crisp white walls and flooring. This design feature is apparent throughout the space and helps tie the design elements together.”
{Beauty School Knockout. Bright, fresh and clean, the EDU Salon  designed by Technē Architecture looks how you want to feel. Earthy, mineral tones, breezy blue touches, and a light, minimal vibe creates a calm, soothing atmosphere, ideal for the hours of primping, pampering and perfecting that will be taking place here. Technē have fully embodied the Beauty EDU ethos and created a space that both serves as a simulation of a real salon and as a functional, educational environment for students to fully embrace the task at hand.}
“The concept was to offer a new approach to practicing beauty therapy, and to set the school apart from others on the market. The challenge was to marry the practicality requirements of a traditional school, whilst creating a polished and inviting salon environment.” -Linda Raimondo, lead Interior Designer at Technē Architecture for Melbourne’s new Beauty EDU salon.
Perhaps the most outstanding detail of the design is the copper fixtures interspersed throughout the space. “The space features extruded copper detailing which appears on the A-frame of the make-up stand, the marketing display rail and adjustable floor lamps. The copper detailing is a subtle reflective element that contrasts against the crisp white walls and flooring. This design feature is apparent throughout the space and helps tie the design elements together.”
{Beauty School Knockout. Bright, fresh and clean, the EDU Salon  designed by Technē Architecture looks how you want to feel. Earthy, mineral tones, breezy blue touches, and a light, minimal vibe creates a calm, soothing atmosphere, ideal for the hours of primping, pampering and perfecting that will be taking place here. Technē have fully embodied the Beauty EDU ethos and created a space that both serves as a simulation of a real salon and as a functional, educational environment for students to fully embrace the task at hand.}
“The concept was to offer a new approach to practicing beauty therapy, and to set the school apart from others on the market. The challenge was to marry the practicality requirements of a traditional school, whilst creating a polished and inviting salon environment.” -Linda Raimondo, lead Interior Designer at Technē Architecture for Melbourne’s new Beauty EDU salon.
Perhaps the most outstanding detail of the design is the copper fixtures interspersed throughout the space. “The space features extruded copper detailing which appears on the A-frame of the make-up stand, the marketing display rail and adjustable floor lamps. The copper detailing is a subtle reflective element that contrasts against the crisp white walls and flooring. This design feature is apparent throughout the space and helps tie the design elements together.”