Courtney Joyce

Courtney Joyce

Auckland, New Zealand / People ignore designs that ignore people
Courtney Joyce
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A large floor-to-ceiling window with thick black frames lets plenty of natural light into the home, and views of the trees add to the feeling of being in a forest.

A large floor-to-ceiling window with thick black frames lets plenty of natural light into the home, and views of the trees add to the feeling of being in a forest.

In 1957, architect Eero Saarinen completed his design for the Mid-Century Modern Miller House. Commissioned by the industrialist J. Irwin Miller and his wife Xenia, the house featured an exciting new interior design feature: A sunken conversation pit. Meant to be a gathering space where hosts and guests could

In 1957, architect Eero Saarinen completed his design for the Mid-Century Modern Miller House. Commissioned by the industrialist J. Irwin Miller and his wife Xenia, the house featured an exciting new interior design feature: A sunken conversation pit. Meant to be a gathering space where hosts and guests could

Finde moderne Esszimmer Designs in Beige: Objekt 336. Entdecke die schönsten Bilder zur Inspiration für die Gestaltung deines Traumhauses.

Finde moderne Esszimmer Designs in Beige: Objekt 336. Entdecke die schönsten Bilder zur Inspiration für die Gestaltung deines Traumhauses.

Another sneak peek of @elysewalker beach house in Newport. I loved working with this mega boss lady so much!! #clientqueenofthegirlbosses @tessaneustadt // BLANKET, PILLOWS, SCONCES, AND RUG FROM @shoppe_by_ai

Another sneak peek of @elysewalker beach house in Newport. I loved working with this mega boss lady so much!! #clientqueenofthegirlbosses @tessaneustadt // BLANKET, PILLOWS, SCONCES, AND RUG FROM @shoppe_by_ai

Click to tour the dreamy Denver home of newlyweds Brian and Simona Wohlner. This one will convince you that "open concept" is the way to go!

Click to tour the dreamy Denver home of newlyweds Brian and Simona Wohlner. This one will convince you that "open concept" is the way to go!