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Coulson Macleod Loves mA-style architects

Wednesday, October 2nd, 2013

Today Coulson Macleod loves Japan­ese mA-style archi­tects, just look at the light…
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Coulson Macleod Loves A Leather Factory

Monday, March 26th, 2012

Today Coulson Macleod loves this con­ver­ted leather factory…

Designed and dec­or­ated by Lyn Gardener of Gardener & Marks, Res­id­en­tial Mel­bourne 424 has been cre­ated in a former leather fact­ory warehouse.

Huge rooms & high ceil­ings. Doors have been relo­cated from old man­sions. Indus­trial fit­tings sourced from dis­used factor­ies. 38 fact­ory pendant lights hang through­out the loft. The indus­trial island in the kit­chen was an old shoe fact­ory work­bench. Recycled vin­tage. Very Coulson Macleod.

Coulson Macleod Loves Jacqueline Morabito

Tuesday, February 28th, 2012

Today Coulson Macleod loves archi­tect & designer of, well, just about everything Jac­queline Mor­abito.

We love her simple design aesthetic.

In an inter­view in Saturday’s Tele­graph magazine Jac­queline is quoted as say­ing, “I am very con­cerned with the past. I like to see a house’s sed­i­ment, to see traces of the past and to reveal them. If you make a house too con­tem­por­ary all of its charms disappear.”

And this is her swoon-worthy home in Provence…

All pho­tos cour­tesy of Mar­tin Mor­rell & found via my slow design.

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