January 14, 2010

Yeah, but can you buy the kit at IKEA?



 


More images at Elding Oscarson. Found via Delikatissen.

18 comments:

  1. oh my -- eyeing giant windows with much envy. Great for indoor photography, even on a rainy day!

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  2. Oh my. I love this! Posting on Kirtsy!!

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  3. but it's in Sweden, so it could be a bitch to heat. (just so you're not too jealous!)

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  4. I love modern homes like this (as you well know!) And I'm not normally against modern homes on traditional streets. But, I can't help but feel that this one doesn't fit sympathetically with the adjacent homes. It seems to domineer them.

    The interior is to-die for though!!

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  5. Oh no, do I sound like a bitch? Sorry. Ugh!

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  6. Could use a bit of light around here. Nothing but gray dark days as of late. Love the light filled rooms here!

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  7. Found you via "My Life...in To Do Lists" ... I, too, love this! I would give my left arm ('cause I draw with my right, natch!) for that much light! Gor-juss!
    (I'll be back!)

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  8. Nope-was at IKEA this week and did not see! Ha! You find and feature the coolest stuff B o B! Peace and Happy Weekend Beefy!

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  9. gawd...that jane flanagan is such a betch! {i love her so much i just couldn't write bitch...even in jest!}

    i love how it doesn't belong. love that office. i could be an artist there, i am sure.

    xoxo.

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  10. I'm in love with that LOVE poster! And the house?... yeah, it's to die for!

    Jen

    www.slumberdesigns.com

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  11. Although I love the design of this building, I have to agree that it appears inappropriate on this traditional street. I would LOVE to have a studio just across a small courtyard from my living space ...

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  12. Well, Kids... you all were up on this post weren't ya's?!! It's a pretty great looking place, huh? Although, I do hear what some of you said about not fitting in with the surrounding homes. Valid point for sure. (And no, Jane, you didn't sounds like a "bitch". Heavens no!) I think I just go suckered into the whole airy, light-filled space and the studio before I even considered the architectural integrity. But we're really light-deprived here in the NW so you'll just have to forgive me... okay? :)

    Thanks for ALL your comments and taking the time to stop by and lend your voice! Happy weekend to you all! :)

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  13. you know i would love my next place to have ceiling to floor windows.
    what could possibly be better???

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  14. sigh! i never tire of seeing this townhouse :)

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  15. This reminds me of a photo of a house in Japan. I'd say the name was butterfly, or something.

    I love seeing a house like this and appreciate the idea and definitely the abundance of light. Somehow, I don't see myself living in it. I'm afraid I'll destroy its intrinsic orderliness :)

    I love your blog.

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