Saturday, January 12, 2013

freunde von freunden











i always love stalking (um i meant, taking a peek) at someone else's day to day real homes. so when i came across freunde von freunden at danica's blog i'll just have to repost this. fvf is an international interview magazine based in berlin and above are some fave different houses i found across their site. 

i especially am really excited to find sandra juto and johan have been interviewed on fvf because i have been following them since my early days of blogging (the last two pictures), see their home here.

also see my old posts on other home interview projects the selby, lifecycling and the closet voyeur. love this kind of projects, so if you know any similar ones do let me know!

little news, this year i will be a blog contributor over amanda's blog here comes the sun on the film photography topic. very excited. 

how's your beginning of the year so far?

11 comments:

  1. amazing place! I wish live there!

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    1. me too, they're all such nice houses that i found across fvf site :)

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  2. FVF is amazing, I discovered it a few months ago and I love it. I'm also loving your blog so far :)

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    1. thanks sandra! hope you come back to my blog to check out more posts :)

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  3. Oh I love this home so much! Big windows and white walls <3

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    1. yep yep love the big windows and white walls. they're actually different places of different people though, not just one house :)

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  4. i thought they were all the same house!

    these are genuinely some lovely living space

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    1. i know, a few thought that too! i have updated my copy to make it a bit clearer that they all belong to different people, sorry for the confusion!

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  5. Love this kind of projects too, taking a peek, see other houses and places and... dream a little bit ;)

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  6. I always love seeing home interior photographs! Thank you for sharing this. Btw, the contribution sounds really exciting :D

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