A metal partition wall in a minimal home

One of the articles I got emailed most about lately is the one where I show a wooden room divider: One size fits all room divider in Oak It shows that many of you are looking for ways to close off areas in your home, while maintaining optimal light and contact with the other spaces. […]

A gentle dance between warmth and minimalism by Zachit

In one of my previous posts I showed you some projects by Zachit Tshuva. An earlier post about a beautiful monochrome home is still really popular among you. Have a look here if you missed it: A monochrome home with soft and natural materials Today I have another project to show you.  Zachit Tshuva was so […]

Gitane Gallery at Casa Gitane

Inspired by the undisputed beauty of galleries in the most loved art capitals. Gitane Gallery is a combination of an art gallery and soulfully hand-selected furniture, objects and artworks for an artsy ambiance. For the Gitane gallery at Casa Gitane. The store teamed up with two of their favourite artists: Julie Haverkamp and Liselore Chevalier […]

A Penthouse Apartment in Berlin | Apartment 59

Textured walls and exposed concrete ceilings provide a stage for carefully curated furniture, objects and selected art pieces. Monochromatic palettes awaken the attention to details and create a sense of calmness. How not to fall in love with this Penthouse apartment in Berlin-Charlottenburg! I have shown different projects by Annabell Kutucu on the blog and […]

Soft Minimal ­ – A Sensory Approach to Architecture & Design

Guided by the purpose of wellbeing, the essence of Norm Architects’ style is balance: richness focused by restraint, simplicity imbued with warmth, complexity heightened by order. Be it architecture, interiors, or furniture, Norm’s unique brand of soft minimalism speaks to the mind as much as the body, creating and curating spaces for all. If you […]

A Tulum inspired home by Modern Nest

Modern Nest created ‘Tulum House’ A home inspired by the likes of Tulum, Mexico in Cactus Corridor, Scottsdale. Earthy materials such as natural woods and stones were used to really give the home warmth and character. Balancing those earthy elements large scale window walls in the main living space were installed to open completely allowing […]

A large backyard living space

Although we have a fantastic Summer in the Netherlands, giving us the option to have lots of outdoor activities and dining al fresco as the Italians say, space is limited in the city. To give you an idea, my own outdoor patio is just a bit larger than 15 m2. There won’t be many homes […]

A minimal bed-and bathroom by Elisa Baran

Project Circle is a beautiful residence located in New York. Showing you the spacious bed and bathroom with travertine details. The whole home is in natural tones, and it’s complemented by soft Bouclé material. See the rest of the home at the website of project designer Elisa Baran . Project Circle is visualized by Klaudia […]

Vaucluse Residence by Studio Brent Lee

Taking you to the Vaucluse Residence today. I really love the style of Studio Brent Lee and have covered several of their projects on the blog, linking some under this post for you. This is one of their latest projects, and inspired by a seamless transition from indoor to outdoor. The design achieves this by […]

A kitchen in oak, linoleum and Jura Grey marble.

The picturesque Copenhagen neighbourhood kartoffelrækkerne, originally build in the 19th century as labourers’ quarters, is today an attractive location with single-family townhouses. Built in three levels, these homes have a relatively small floor plan, making development of the interior rather challenging. While planning a complete renovation of their house, customers of Danish Nicolaj Bo initially […]

A concrete home by architect Mao Shen Chiang

Considering himself an architect artist, Mao Shen Chiang never repeats any work. I previously showed the beautiful Taiwanese tea lab by his hand. Each building grows as an individualist, yet a common trait for his work is his love for concrete. As a concrete-connaisseur, he most often opts for exposed concrete as it embodies his […]

The new school residence

One of the best things of running vosgesparis for almost 15 years and launching the actual blog in march 2008 are the many beautiful people I connected with over the years. Some fellow bloggers from the first years have become friends in real life and others I lose out of sight for a few years […]