I am Tony O.

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

I have been personally curating architecture & design for the last decade. It tastes like a crisp martini to me. I hope this page delivers this for you too:) You can email me
In New Zealand, they have an unusual term to describe a modest holiday home: A ‘Bach’. This Bach designed by Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects on the The Coromandel Peninsula is anything but modest. Views that stretch forever, beautiful timber throughout, and a cut out  window that makes up most of a side of the house - oh and the roll out bath tub on wheels. Maybe modest in size but not in pleasure:) (Photos via CreativeHomeIdea)
In New Zealand, they have an unusual term to describe a modest holiday home: A ‘Bach’. This Bach designed by Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects on the The Coromandel Peninsula is anything but modest. Views that stretch forever, beautiful timber throughout, and a cut out  window that makes up most of a side of the house - oh and the roll out bath tub on wheels. Maybe modest in size but not in pleasure:) (Photos via CreativeHomeIdea)
In New Zealand, they have an unusual term to describe a modest holiday home: A ‘Bach’. This Bach designed by Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects on the The Coromandel Peninsula is anything but modest. Views that stretch forever, beautiful timber throughout, and a cut out  window that makes up most of a side of the house - oh and the roll out bath tub on wheels. Maybe modest in size but not in pleasure:) (Photos via CreativeHomeIdea)
In New Zealand, they have an unusual term to describe a modest holiday home: A ‘Bach’. This Bach designed by Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects on the The Coromandel Peninsula is anything but modest. Views that stretch forever, beautiful timber throughout, and a cut out  window that makes up most of a side of the house - oh and the roll out bath tub on wheels. Maybe modest in size but not in pleasure:) (Photos via CreativeHomeIdea)
In New Zealand, they have an unusual term to describe a modest holiday home: A ‘Bach’. This Bach designed by Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects on the The Coromandel Peninsula is anything but modest. Views that stretch forever, beautiful timber throughout, and a cut out  window that makes up most of a side of the house - oh and the roll out bath tub on wheels. Maybe modest in size but not in pleasure:) (Photos via CreativeHomeIdea)
In New Zealand, they have an unusual term to describe a modest holiday home: A ‘Bach’. This Bach designed by Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects on the The Coromandel Peninsula is anything but modest. Views that stretch forever, beautiful timber throughout, and a cut out  window that makes up most of a side of the house - oh and the roll out bath tub on wheels. Maybe modest in size but not in pleasure:) (Photos via CreativeHomeIdea)
In New Zealand, they have an unusual term to describe a modest holiday home: A ‘Bach’. This Bach designed by Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects on the The Coromandel Peninsula is anything but modest. Views that stretch forever, beautiful timber throughout, and a cut out  window that makes up most of a side of the house - oh and the roll out bath tub on wheels. Maybe modest in size but not in pleasure:) (Photos via CreativeHomeIdea)
In New Zealand, they have an unusual term to describe a modest holiday home: A ‘Bach’. This Bach designed by Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects on the The Coromandel Peninsula is anything but modest. Views that stretch forever, beautiful timber throughout, and a cut out  window that makes up most of a side of the house - oh and the roll out bath tub on wheels. Maybe modest in size but not in pleasure:) (Photos via CreativeHomeIdea)

In New Zealand, they have an unusual term to describe a modest holiday home: A ‘Bach’. This Bach designed by Crosson Clarke Carnachan Architects on the The Coromandel Peninsula is anything but modest. Views that stretch forever, beautiful timber throughout, and a cut out  window that makes up most of a side of the house - oh and the roll out bath tub on wheels. Maybe modest in size but not in pleasure:) (Photos via CreativeHomeIdea)

Villa Ercolano sits high above Naples in Italy with a superb view. The original building dates back to the 1970’s. What is fantastic is that Fabrizzia Frezza Architecture and Design, responsible for this re-design, have kept the 70’s bones of the building. The retro feel creates a very chilled vibe that could easily be a movie set from that funky era. (Photos via onekindesign)
Villa Ercolano sits high above Naples in Italy with a superb view. The original building dates back to the 1970’s. What is fantastic is that Fabrizzia Frezza Architecture and Design, responsible for this re-design, have kept the 70’s bones of the building. The retro feel creates a very chilled vibe that could easily be a movie set from that funky era. (Photos via onekindesign)
Villa Ercolano sits high above Naples in Italy with a superb view. The original building dates back to the 1970’s. What is fantastic is that Fabrizzia Frezza Architecture and Design, responsible for this re-design, have kept the 70’s bones of the building. The retro feel creates a very chilled vibe that could easily be a movie set from that funky era. (Photos via onekindesign)
Villa Ercolano sits high above Naples in Italy with a superb view. The original building dates back to the 1970’s. What is fantastic is that Fabrizzia Frezza Architecture and Design, responsible for this re-design, have kept the 70’s bones of the building. The retro feel creates a very chilled vibe that could easily be a movie set from that funky era. (Photos via onekindesign)
Villa Ercolano sits high above Naples in Italy with a superb view. The original building dates back to the 1970’s. What is fantastic is that Fabrizzia Frezza Architecture and Design, responsible for this re-design, have kept the 70’s bones of the building. The retro feel creates a very chilled vibe that could easily be a movie set from that funky era. (Photos via onekindesign)
Villa Ercolano sits high above Naples in Italy with a superb view. The original building dates back to the 1970’s. What is fantastic is that Fabrizzia Frezza Architecture and Design, responsible for this re-design, have kept the 70’s bones of the building. The retro feel creates a very chilled vibe that could easily be a movie set from that funky era. (Photos via onekindesign)
Villa Ercolano sits high above Naples in Italy with a superb view. The original building dates back to the 1970’s. What is fantastic is that Fabrizzia Frezza Architecture and Design, responsible for this re-design, have kept the 70’s bones of the building. The retro feel creates a very chilled vibe that could easily be a movie set from that funky era. (Photos via onekindesign)

Villa Ercolano sits high above Naples in Italy with a superb view. The original building dates back to the 1970’s. What is fantastic is that Fabrizzia Frezza Architecture and Design, responsible for this re-design, have kept the 70’s bones of the building. The retro feel creates a very chilled vibe that could easily be a movie set from that funky era. (Photos via onekindesign)

Senegal in Africa is not where one might expect to see exemplary modern architecture-but clearly that is a poor assumption, judging from this home. SAOTA Architects and Antoni Associates have created a very stylish residence-which is in fact for a young family. The property is not only superb architecturally, it sits on a cliff over-looking the Atlantic-a well deserved location.
Senegal in Africa is not where one might expect to see exemplary modern architecture-but clearly that is a poor assumption, judging from this home. SAOTA Architects and Antoni Associates have created a very stylish residence-which is in fact for a young family. The property is not only superb architecturally, it sits on a cliff over-looking the Atlantic-a well deserved location.
Senegal in Africa is not where one might expect to see exemplary modern architecture-but clearly that is a poor assumption, judging from this home. SAOTA Architects and Antoni Associates have created a very stylish residence-which is in fact for a young family. The property is not only superb architecturally, it sits on a cliff over-looking the Atlantic-a well deserved location.
Senegal in Africa is not where one might expect to see exemplary modern architecture-but clearly that is a poor assumption, judging from this home. SAOTA Architects and Antoni Associates have created a very stylish residence-which is in fact for a young family. The property is not only superb architecturally, it sits on a cliff over-looking the Atlantic-a well deserved location.
Senegal in Africa is not where one might expect to see exemplary modern architecture-but clearly that is a poor assumption, judging from this home. SAOTA Architects and Antoni Associates have created a very stylish residence-which is in fact for a young family. The property is not only superb architecturally, it sits on a cliff over-looking the Atlantic-a well deserved location.

Senegal in Africa is not where one might expect to see exemplary modern architecture-but clearly that is a poor assumption, judging from this home. SAOTA Architects and Antoni Associates have created a very stylish residence-which is in fact for a young family. The property is not only superb architecturally, it sits on a cliff over-looking the Atlantic-a well deserved location.

Choosing black as a principal colour for an apartment refresh is a brave move. But Maison HAND have pulled it off with flying (well lack of) colours. The way they have treated this apartment in Lyon, France has an elegance without feeling cold. It is the architecture of the original apartment itself, that they have highlighted in white, that allows the apartment to breathe. (Photos via Share Design
Choosing black as a principal colour for an apartment refresh is a brave move. But Maison HAND have pulled it off with flying (well lack of) colours. The way they have treated this apartment in Lyon, France has an elegance without feeling cold. It is the architecture of the original apartment itself, that they have highlighted in white, that allows the apartment to breathe. (Photos via Share Design
Choosing black as a principal colour for an apartment refresh is a brave move. But Maison HAND have pulled it off with flying (well lack of) colours. The way they have treated this apartment in Lyon, France has an elegance without feeling cold. It is the architecture of the original apartment itself, that they have highlighted in white, that allows the apartment to breathe. (Photos via Share Design
Choosing black as a principal colour for an apartment refresh is a brave move. But Maison HAND have pulled it off with flying (well lack of) colours. The way they have treated this apartment in Lyon, France has an elegance without feeling cold. It is the architecture of the original apartment itself, that they have highlighted in white, that allows the apartment to breathe. (Photos via Share Design
Choosing black as a principal colour for an apartment refresh is a brave move. But Maison HAND have pulled it off with flying (well lack of) colours. The way they have treated this apartment in Lyon, France has an elegance without feeling cold. It is the architecture of the original apartment itself, that they have highlighted in white, that allows the apartment to breathe. (Photos via Share Design

Choosing black as a principal colour for an apartment refresh is a brave move. But Maison HAND have pulled it off with flying (well lack of) colours. The way they have treated this apartment in Lyon, France has an elegance without feeling cold. It is the architecture of the original apartment itself, that they have highlighted in white, that allows the apartment to breathe. (Photos via Share Design

La Bastide des Chenes is located in Provence, in the Luberon, France. It was built between the 15th and 17th Centuries as a farmhouse and much of the original architecture remains. However, since then it has had a makeover or ten and today is a luxury villa for rent, At just under $4,000 a night, it has certainly had an upgrade since cows were wandering through the fields. (Photos via onekindesign )
La Bastide des Chenes is located in Provence, in the Luberon, France. It was built between the 15th and 17th Centuries as a farmhouse and much of the original architecture remains. However, since then it has had a makeover or ten and today is a luxury villa for rent, At just under $4,000 a night, it has certainly had an upgrade since cows were wandering through the fields. (Photos via onekindesign )
La Bastide des Chenes is located in Provence, in the Luberon, France. It was built between the 15th and 17th Centuries as a farmhouse and much of the original architecture remains. However, since then it has had a makeover or ten and today is a luxury villa for rent, At just under $4,000 a night, it has certainly had an upgrade since cows were wandering through the fields. (Photos via onekindesign )
La Bastide des Chenes is located in Provence, in the Luberon, France. It was built between the 15th and 17th Centuries as a farmhouse and much of the original architecture remains. However, since then it has had a makeover or ten and today is a luxury villa for rent, At just under $4,000 a night, it has certainly had an upgrade since cows were wandering through the fields. (Photos via onekindesign )

La Bastide des Chenes is located in Provence, in the Luberon, France. It was built between the 15th and 17th Centuries as a farmhouse and much of the original architecture remains. However, since then it has had a makeover or ten and today is a luxury villa for rent, At just under $4,000 a night, it has certainly had an upgrade since cows were wandering through the fields. (Photos via onekindesign )

The setting for this holiday home in Victoria in Australia couldn’t really be more rustic. And Brand Studio Architects have definitely created an aesthetic that is cosy and fits perfectly in the environment. But what makes it perfect is the contemporary edge they have given the exterior that despite its modernity, doesn’t jar with anything-including the local horse. (Photos via inhabitat)
The setting for this holiday home in Victoria in Australia couldn’t really be more rustic. And Brand Studio Architects have definitely created an aesthetic that is cosy and fits perfectly in the environment. But what makes it perfect is the contemporary edge they have given the exterior that despite its modernity, doesn’t jar with anything-including the local horse. (Photos via inhabitat)
The setting for this holiday home in Victoria in Australia couldn’t really be more rustic. And Brand Studio Architects have definitely created an aesthetic that is cosy and fits perfectly in the environment. But what makes it perfect is the contemporary edge they have given the exterior that despite its modernity, doesn’t jar with anything-including the local horse. (Photos via inhabitat)
The setting for this holiday home in Victoria in Australia couldn’t really be more rustic. And Brand Studio Architects have definitely created an aesthetic that is cosy and fits perfectly in the environment. But what makes it perfect is the contemporary edge they have given the exterior that despite its modernity, doesn’t jar with anything-including the local horse. (Photos via inhabitat)
The setting for this holiday home in Victoria in Australia couldn’t really be more rustic. And Brand Studio Architects have definitely created an aesthetic that is cosy and fits perfectly in the environment. But what makes it perfect is the contemporary edge they have given the exterior that despite its modernity, doesn’t jar with anything-including the local horse. (Photos via inhabitat)
The setting for this holiday home in Victoria in Australia couldn’t really be more rustic. And Brand Studio Architects have definitely created an aesthetic that is cosy and fits perfectly in the environment. But what makes it perfect is the contemporary edge they have given the exterior that despite its modernity, doesn’t jar with anything-including the local horse. (Photos via inhabitat)

The setting for this holiday home in Victoria in Australia couldn’t really be more rustic. And Brand Studio Architects have definitely created an aesthetic that is cosy and fits perfectly in the environment. But what makes it perfect is the contemporary edge they have given the exterior that despite its modernity, doesn’t jar with anything-including the local horse. (Photos via inhabitat)

This dream home was was designed by Jacopo Mascheroni Architecture. It is located just outside the architectural masterpiece of a city, Venice in Italy. But it has taken its own design path that is a long way from the traditional elegance of the sinking city. Apparently the home is in close proximity to other houses nearby but the beautiful white walls enclose it for serene and stylish privacy. Magic. (Photos via Trendir)
This dream home was was designed by Jacopo Mascheroni Architecture. It is located just outside the architectural masterpiece of a city, Venice in Italy. But it has taken its own design path that is a long way from the traditional elegance of the sinking city. Apparently the home is in close proximity to other houses nearby but the beautiful white walls enclose it for serene and stylish privacy. Magic. (Photos via Trendir)
This dream home was was designed by Jacopo Mascheroni Architecture. It is located just outside the architectural masterpiece of a city, Venice in Italy. But it has taken its own design path that is a long way from the traditional elegance of the sinking city. Apparently the home is in close proximity to other houses nearby but the beautiful white walls enclose it for serene and stylish privacy. Magic. (Photos via Trendir)
This dream home was was designed by Jacopo Mascheroni Architecture. It is located just outside the architectural masterpiece of a city, Venice in Italy. But it has taken its own design path that is a long way from the traditional elegance of the sinking city. Apparently the home is in close proximity to other houses nearby but the beautiful white walls enclose it for serene and stylish privacy. Magic. (Photos via Trendir)
This dream home was was designed by Jacopo Mascheroni Architecture. It is located just outside the architectural masterpiece of a city, Venice in Italy. But it has taken its own design path that is a long way from the traditional elegance of the sinking city. Apparently the home is in close proximity to other houses nearby but the beautiful white walls enclose it for serene and stylish privacy. Magic. (Photos via Trendir)
This dream home was was designed by Jacopo Mascheroni Architecture. It is located just outside the architectural masterpiece of a city, Venice in Italy. But it has taken its own design path that is a long way from the traditional elegance of the sinking city. Apparently the home is in close proximity to other houses nearby but the beautiful white walls enclose it for serene and stylish privacy. Magic. (Photos via Trendir)

This dream home was was designed by Jacopo Mascheroni Architecture. It is located just outside the architectural masterpiece of a city, Venice in Italy. But it has taken its own design path that is a long way from the traditional elegance of the sinking city. Apparently the home is in close proximity to other houses nearby but the beautiful white walls enclose it for serene and stylish privacy. Magic. (Photos via Trendir)