AHEAD OF THE CURVE

I’ve never been a big fan of archways. Probably because the majority of my experience with them has been in 1970’s suburban homes, which isn’t exactly the peak of style for this age old architectural feature. Lately I keep seeing beautiful, modern archways pop up in my periphery and I’m starting to change my mind. Though these aren’t your average, garden variety archways, these are stunning features, reimagined for these modern times. Striking steel, or minimal wooden arched doors that have a big impact on a space have me swooning. Whose with me?

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Belém Clube in Lisboa designed by José Adrião Arquitetos. Photographed by Hugo Santos Silva

Knollwood, Melanie Turner Interiors, Melanie Turner, ASID, Amy Odeneal, ASID, and Katie Fownes, Allied ASID


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