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BZ Apartment Is a Tel Aviv Getaway for a Family on the Weekends

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A family who enjoys spending time in the city on weekends purchased the BZ Apartment and hired studioDO to complete the interior. Located in Tel Aviv, Israel, in a 1960s brutalist building, the 100-square meter apartment was originally broken up into small, dark rooms that didn’t work for the new owners. All of the walls were taken down to open the interior up and to create a new layout that includes a large space for the living room, dining room, and kitchen. The three bedrooms, each with their own bathroom, form an L-shape around the public space, which now benefits...

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Engrossing Benjamin Moore Rockport Gray

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Feb 16, 2019- Left: Rockport Gray by Benjamin Moore, 50% Right: Rockport Gray . Over Gray Kitchen Cabinets Painted Sherwin Williams And How To Win It 53. Hc 105 Rockport Gray Paired With 172 Revere Pewter And Oc 20. . Edgecomb Gray, from Benjamin Moore, is another great great color. Second only to Revere Pewter. From left to right: see it on walls I know it is the one. Victoria Callaway. Rockport Gray. LRV: 35.65. Info. This color is part of the Historic Color collection. A collection of 191 time-honored hues comprises our most popular palette. Find ideas and inspiration...

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This traditional New England–style country home, designed by famed Southern architect Lewis Crook, was built in the 1930s

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Architect Caroline Reu Rolader worked to modernize the structure while keeping the elegance of the historic design. Family dog Jax sits on the front stoop. Photograph by Rustic White When John and Greer Tirrill discovered a 1930s Buckhead estate by famed Southern architect Lewis Crook, they saw its beautiful bones, beyond some obvious quirks—sloping upstairs showers, a dungeon-like basement, and a dilapidated cabin on the 2.3-acre lot among them. To achieve a livable, family-friendly home that both paid homage to its history and worked for modern living, they embarked on a significant renovation with the help of architect Caroline Reu...

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A Modern Torino Apartment Renovated for a Writer

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“I spent all morning putting in a comma and all afternoon taking it out.” That Oscar Wilde quote referenced by Studio Doppio perfectly describes not only writing but architecture and design, as projects like this one, grow and evolve during the process before reaching the final outcome. The Writer’s Machine is an apartment in Torino, Italy, featuring a multifunctional structure, the “machine,” in the center of the space that morphed over time. The structure serves many functions with partition walls, a sliding element, storage drawers, and a mirror, all that make up the core of the 120-square-meter apartment. The owner...

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