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South Slope Townhouse by Etelamaki Architecture

Corrugated metal clads Brooklyn townhouse by Etelamaki

Gutman-Umansky Residence by Etelamaki Architecture (12)

Gutman-Umansky Residence by Etelamaki Architecture

Image 5 of 18 from gallery of South Slope Townhouse / Etelamaki Architecture. Photograph by Mikiko Kikuyama

Corrugated metal clads Brooklyn townhouse by Etelamaki

Corrugated metal clads Brooklyn townhouse by Etelamaki

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South Yarra Residence by Hecker Guthrie www.heckerguthrie.com Photo: Shannon McGrath

Bold colour and contemporary features up the ante in this Victorian terrace and anchor it firmly in a new era. There are just some colours on the Pantone chart .

Industrial-Eclectic West Village Townhouse by BWArchitects

Industrial-Eclectic West Village Townhouse by BWArchitects

468 Likes, 11 Comments - @superfrontdotcom on Instagram: “An Aerugo Green Superfront kitchen with Carrara marble Balls handles in this amazing Stockholm…”

468 Likes, 11 Comments - @superfrontdotcom on Instagram: “An Aerugo Green Superfront kitchen with Carrara marble Balls handles in this amazing Stockholm…”

Very slick kitchen posted by @Tanya from Dans le Townhouse.  I think it looks a lot like the @Panyl "Ash Linen" pattern.

also: what about gray cabinets and white appliances instead of white cabinets and stainless appliances? modern kitchen by Chelsea Atelier Architect, PC

Stained cement floors. Industrial. Perfect. Birch Creek Studio. More

30 Cool Grunge Interior Designs

Villa 3S / LOVE Architecture. Image © Jasmin Schuller

The Benefits of Modern Design

Foto 'pinnata' da Nella casa di Manu Planète déco: Un faux studio

Mini piso de 38 muy bien aprovechado everything in this tiny apartment is so perfect

COLLECTOR’S NOOK by mf+arquitetos

COLLECTOR’S NOOK by mf+arquitetos

Open kitchen with brick

Another repurposed factory building, this site in New York was transformed into a modern live/work space. Original brick adds texture, especially when contrasted with the new, marbled floor tile. Photo by: Ball & Albanese