From Club to Art-filled Loft

A Young Couple with an Eye for the Unusual Create an art-filled Interior from a former club in New York

Family Home in Marbella

The Marbella house is a project by one of my favorite architects, Spanish A-cero. The property is placed on the outskirts of Puerto Banús, in one of the most famous and exclusive developments in the Sun Coast.

Lucky Strike Warehouse

Originally a Lucky Strike cigarette warehouse, this wonderful SF loft is home to Clive McCarthy, top manager-turned artist and Tricia Bell.

Purple Hill House

The designers of this house, Korean Iroje KHM Architects probably weren’t interested in creating a traditionally designed home, so they came up with this. The wild angles definitely give a grandiose appearance to the home, making it seem big, powerful and surely modern.

Sunny in Manhattan

New Jersey isn’t far from Manhattan, but in lifestyle, it can feel a world apart. That’s why Barbara Littman, an interior designer who lives in Highland Park, N.J., insists on having an urban pied-à-terre.

Loft for a Celebrity

This Miami Loft by Toronto’s Prototype Design Lab was designed for a celebrity client. This residence has incredible spanning views of the local beach front on two sides and has a bespoke quality to its interior design.

Abbotsford Warehouse

This warehouse conversion is in Melbourne’s inner city Abbotsford, a modern refit of an old warehouse shell.

Candy Factory Loft Penthouse

Situated in a turn of the century candy factory, this 2700 sf loft penthouse suite by Johnson Chou was one of Toronto’s first residential adaptive re-use projects of its kind. The owner, an avid sportsman with a penchant for traveling to remote areas to camp in the wilderness, requested a residence that evoked, within an urban context, a sense of the landscape he loved so much.

Church Conversion in Fitzroy

Vast living spaces, soaring ceilings set this magnificent Fitzroy, Australia residence in a class of its own. The handsome bluestone building was built as The Bible Christian Church in 1860.

Jerrold Lomax Loft

The Jerrold Lomax loft displays his signature expression of volume,fine details and sustainable matierials. Walls of glass, front/rear decks, grooved sawcut concrete flooring, radiant heat, chefs kitchen; a modern contemporary work of art.