House in MühlbachCurrently admiring this wonderful home and location. This is the work of Pedevilla Architects, the studio was founded in 2005 by brothers Alexander and Armin Pedevilla. The award-winning practice has completed many residential, commercial, community and public projects. This home is not only beautiful but surrounded with pure / breathtaking landscapes of Alpine mountaintops. Simply stunning.
Via: Yatzer Photo: Gustav Willeit
A Big Thank You!It's been quiet a while since our last giveaway and we've always found that's a perfect way to thank you all for your time, your support, your comments and essentially you caring about Blog Milk. For all that love and because your are simply brilliant we want to give 5 of you the chance of winning one theme from our latest collection. In order to participate simply leave a comment here with the name of the theme you'd like to win, share this on Twitter and tag us @theblogmilk. The winners will be picked randomly and announced on Monday May 4th 2015. Do not miss your chance!
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Junpei Kato For COSHow brilliant is this collaboration between one of my favorite clothing stores, COS and the amazing Japanese Photographer, Junpei Kato The perfect balance of both worlds and mix of Japanese style and the classic feel of COS' still photography has turned this project into a work of art. I'm particularly in love with that first image, admiring the work of passionate people makes my day and so this has. What are you loving today?
Bayside BeautyThe best architecture combines aesthetic beauty and functionality in a perfect whole. It forms buildings that are one with their environment, that are designed to last. At Bayside, visionary Australian architect Rob Mills’ ultra-contemporary apartments are infused by just such qualities. Signature touches found in his iconic Melbourne homes — clever use of light and air, simple palettes, and organic materials such as natural stone and oak timber flooring — result in fourteen apartments as spacious, luxurious and refined as the boulevard on which they sit.
via Rob Mills Architects