Pants: Oliver Spencer
Reported by Duco van Roodhyuzen de Vries (2014-07-25 14:27:36)
Architect Benjamin Oliver builds off the remains of an old barn for his first architectural project, The Hebron Home. Preserving the original exterior and found interior objects inside the original Hebron, CT barn house, Oliver stays true to the legacy of the space while added industrial elements that add to its rugged contemporary aesthetic. From the wooden post and lintel in the naturally illuminated brick exposed modern kitchen, to the mooring rope-tied light bulb chandelier hanging above an all concrete and glass staircase, the Hebron Home delivers equilibrium to the new and the old.
This is one of those restaurants where you have it all: unique interior, great staff, good food, and the perfect late-night atmosphere. Located in the heart of Soho London, this old butcher shop has become one of the city's hotspots over the past year. It is mostly famous for its seafood, so we ordered the fish soup, which was delicious. Then came a fresh platter of fruits de mer accompanied by a nice bottle of white wine. What more could you wish for? If you are only two, I would suggest to take a seat by the window. In the summer it is opened onto the street, so you can enjoy the energy of Soho while eating like a king.
Almost every child has dreamed of having a treehouse. Some were lucky enough to have one, and some still haven’t lost this dream even if they are grown ups now. So what is it so fascinating about having a shelter up in the trees? Freedom, harmony with nature, wilderness, and most importantly – no rules. From the tiniest uneven constructions to the most magnificent mansions – every treehouse is perfect. Take a look at this collection of the most impressive pieces from all over the world and tell me you don’t want one!