I am Tony O.

Australian/French guy torn between three hot loves: Sydney Sunshine, Parisian Style, & Cote d'Azur Calm.

I have been personally curating architecture & design for the last decade. It's my way of exploring different facets of the world. I hope it brings you pleasure too:) You can email me
Clingstone House looks like it should be in a romantic film of some kind centred around an eccentric family. It was designed by architect, J.S. Lovering Wharton, and is located in Rhode Island’s Narragansett Bay in USA. It is almost 110 years old and has an unbelievable 10 bedrooms. It could not feel more cosy and lived in. Perfect. (photos via Archihomez)
Clingstone House looks like it should be in a romantic film of some kind centred around an eccentric family. It was designed by architect, J.S. Lovering Wharton, and is located in Rhode Island’s Narragansett Bay in USA. It is almost 110 years old and has an unbelievable 10 bedrooms. It could not feel more cosy and lived in. Perfect. (photos via Archihomez)
Clingstone House looks like it should be in a romantic film of some kind centred around an eccentric family. It was designed by architect, J.S. Lovering Wharton, and is located in Rhode Island’s Narragansett Bay in USA. It is almost 110 years old and has an unbelievable 10 bedrooms. It could not feel more cosy and lived in. Perfect. (photos via Archihomez)
Clingstone House looks like it should be in a romantic film of some kind centred around an eccentric family. It was designed by architect, J.S. Lovering Wharton, and is located in Rhode Island’s Narragansett Bay in USA. It is almost 110 years old and has an unbelievable 10 bedrooms. It could not feel more cosy and lived in. Perfect. (photos via Archihomez)

Clingstone House looks like it should be in a romantic film of some kind centred around an eccentric family. It was designed by architect, J.S. Lovering Wharton, and is located in Rhode Island’s Narragansett Bay in USA. It is almost 110 years old and has an unbelievable 10 bedrooms. It could not feel more cosy and lived in. Perfect. (photos via Archihomez)

Dorrington Architects and associates had quite a challenge with this project in Auckland New Zealand. The owners did not want to re-build their brick bungalow, but they did want a totally contemporary space. Somehow the architects have pulled off the integration of the original building with zinc structures to create something new. They have also opened up the building to take in the stunning water views that were previously (criminally) hidden by poor design. (via Homes & Hues)
Dorrington Architects and associates had quite a challenge with this project in Auckland New Zealand. The owners did not want to re-build their brick bungalow, but they did want a totally contemporary space. Somehow the architects have pulled off the integration of the original building with zinc structures to create something new. They have also opened up the building to take in the stunning water views that were previously (criminally) hidden by poor design. (via Homes & Hues)
Dorrington Architects and associates had quite a challenge with this project in Auckland New Zealand. The owners did not want to re-build their brick bungalow, but they did want a totally contemporary space. Somehow the architects have pulled off the integration of the original building with zinc structures to create something new. They have also opened up the building to take in the stunning water views that were previously (criminally) hidden by poor design. (via Homes & Hues)
Dorrington Architects and associates had quite a challenge with this project in Auckland New Zealand. The owners did not want to re-build their brick bungalow, but they did want a totally contemporary space. Somehow the architects have pulled off the integration of the original building with zinc structures to create something new. They have also opened up the building to take in the stunning water views that were previously (criminally) hidden by poor design. (via Homes & Hues)
Dorrington Architects and associates had quite a challenge with this project in Auckland New Zealand. The owners did not want to re-build their brick bungalow, but they did want a totally contemporary space. Somehow the architects have pulled off the integration of the original building with zinc structures to create something new. They have also opened up the building to take in the stunning water views that were previously (criminally) hidden by poor design. (via Homes & Hues)

Dorrington Architects and associates had quite a challenge with this project in Auckland New Zealand. The owners did not want to re-build their brick bungalow, but they did want a totally contemporary space. Somehow the architects have pulled off the integration of the original building with zinc structures to create something new. They have also opened up the building to take in the stunning water views that were previously (criminally) hidden by poor design. (via Homes & Hues)

Looking over an iconic public swimming pool would demand an architect to design something with its own style. Edwards Moore has risen to the challenge with this apartment in Fitzroy, Melbourne Australia, that has the quaint name of ‘Cubby House’. The clever use of textured materials throughout certainly give it a cubby house feel - and it works. (Photos Peter Bennetts)
Looking over an iconic public swimming pool would demand an architect to design something with its own style. Edwards Moore has risen to the challenge with this apartment in Fitzroy, Melbourne Australia, that has the quaint name of ‘Cubby House’. The clever use of textured materials throughout certainly give it a cubby house feel - and it works. (Photos Peter Bennetts)
Looking over an iconic public swimming pool would demand an architect to design something with its own style. Edwards Moore has risen to the challenge with this apartment in Fitzroy, Melbourne Australia, that has the quaint name of ‘Cubby House’. The clever use of textured materials throughout certainly give it a cubby house feel - and it works. (Photos Peter Bennetts)
Looking over an iconic public swimming pool would demand an architect to design something with its own style. Edwards Moore has risen to the challenge with this apartment in Fitzroy, Melbourne Australia, that has the quaint name of ‘Cubby House’. The clever use of textured materials throughout certainly give it a cubby house feel - and it works. (Photos Peter Bennetts)
Looking over an iconic public swimming pool would demand an architect to design something with its own style. Edwards Moore has risen to the challenge with this apartment in Fitzroy, Melbourne Australia, that has the quaint name of ‘Cubby House’. The clever use of textured materials throughout certainly give it a cubby house feel - and it works. (Photos Peter Bennetts)

Looking over an iconic public swimming pool would demand an architect to design something with its own style. Edwards Moore has risen to the challenge with this apartment in Fitzroy, Melbourne Australia, that has the quaint name of ‘Cubby House’. The clever use of textured materials throughout certainly give it a cubby house feel - and it works. (Photos Peter Bennetts)

When most people think of Bordeaux, they think of wine, rather than clever architecture. This project by OMA Architects re-defines this perception. Although 15 years old now, its ingenious design remains a standout. It has a central elevator platform that allows the home owner who has a disability to travel freely between the three floors, without sacrificing a beautiful interior. In fact this feature creates the unique beauty. (Photos Hans Werlemann)
When most people think of Bordeaux, they think of wine, rather than clever architecture. This project by OMA Architects re-defines this perception. Although 15 years old now, its ingenious design remains a standout. It has a central elevator platform that allows the home owner who has a disability to travel freely between the three floors, without sacrificing a beautiful interior. In fact this feature creates the unique beauty. (Photos Hans Werlemann)
When most people think of Bordeaux, they think of wine, rather than clever architecture. This project by OMA Architects re-defines this perception. Although 15 years old now, its ingenious design remains a standout. It has a central elevator platform that allows the home owner who has a disability to travel freely between the three floors, without sacrificing a beautiful interior. In fact this feature creates the unique beauty. (Photos Hans Werlemann)
When most people think of Bordeaux, they think of wine, rather than clever architecture. This project by OMA Architects re-defines this perception. Although 15 years old now, its ingenious design remains a standout. It has a central elevator platform that allows the home owner who has a disability to travel freely between the three floors, without sacrificing a beautiful interior. In fact this feature creates the unique beauty. (Photos Hans Werlemann)
When most people think of Bordeaux, they think of wine, rather than clever architecture. This project by OMA Architects re-defines this perception. Although 15 years old now, its ingenious design remains a standout. It has a central elevator platform that allows the home owner who has a disability to travel freely between the three floors, without sacrificing a beautiful interior. In fact this feature creates the unique beauty. (Photos Hans Werlemann)

When most people think of Bordeaux, they think of wine, rather than clever architecture. This project by OMA Architects re-defines this perception. Although 15 years old now, its ingenious design remains a standout. It has a central elevator platform that allows the home owner who has a disability to travel freely between the three floors, without sacrificing a beautiful interior. In fact this feature creates the unique beauty. (Photos Hans Werlemann)