segunda-feira, 25 de março de 2013
domingo, 24 de março de 2013
Designer and Paris dweller Josephine Gintzburger has got an eye for all things vintage and girly, and her very own Parisian loft is one that’s got just the right amounts of eclectic elements and pink touches without being too overbearing.
The living room is a posh look with black and alligator accents mixed in with the rose chair and lamp accented with vintage ceramic rose pieces; while the kitchen and its very glamorous chandelier take center stage among all of the pops of pink and red against the black contemporary cabinetry. It looks like the perfect setting for an afternoon tea– complete with wire baking racks to display all of the collectible dinnerware and other pretty pieces.
Guest residences are typically more show than they get use out of, but with this Long Island based guest cottage and its hip, functional design– we would want to live here more than we’d like to admit. Though it’s a small space, the Gray Organschi Architecture built space is the ideal guest setting (let alone main house!).
The shell is a multi-level space that’s clad in grey stained vertical wood boards, combined with the contemporary frameless windows and multi-use spaces. The interior is covered from floor to ceiling with a light, maple colored wood, providing warmth and some sound cladding to the kitchenette, living, bedroom and loft room space. Though the quarters are close, they aren’t unbearable– especially with views like this.
Furniture can be bulky and take up valuable floor space. For those who have less than adequate amounts of square footage, an Ash plywood wall mounted piece by Joseph Walsh might be the solution for an at home office.
Designed after the classic “Secretary Desk,” this contemporary gem is a great look in Downtown lofts and cottage flats alike. The interior compartments are modular wooden pieces that provide the perfect storage for mail, passports and even a secret drawer for valuable goods. The exterior of the case appears as an art piece, with a sandblasted finish that accentuates the grainy pattern of the wood.
quarta-feira, 20 de março de 2013
Sabrina Nait is a professional fashion model from France with Moroccan and Algerian roots. Although she is from Paris, was a baby model, and did some model work during her high school, her career actually started when a friend of her asked her to go to New York, and meet with an agent. From the moment she was in New York her career took off. She got signed with Re:quest Model Management, and got the Guess campaign just one week later.
She has appeared in campaigns for Guess, and Calzedonia.
She did editorial work for the London Times, Numero, Purple, Bl33n, and The Block.
She's currently signed with Re:quest Model Management in New York, and Action Management in Athens.