Fresh off their wedding and honeymoon, architect Richard John Andrews and his wife, Kristina, dove headfirst into yet another undertaking that would scare off most newlyweds: a gut renovation of a ramshackle 1890s Victorian terrace house in London. What’s scarier is that they lived on-site through the 14-month process, meaning that planning and designs had to happen lickety-split if they were going to stay on track. “The self-build aspect of the project was a massive challenge,” says Richard, who recently launched his eponymous architecture studio. “Most challenging was the psychological aspect of the build—maintaining the drive and morale needed to keep going for 14 months solid.” Twelve-hour work days, difficult weather conditions, and living amongst construction rubble tested the couple’s resolve, but the result speaks for itself. For less than $110K, the 430-square-foot space features an open and airy floor plan with two bedrooms and one bath, original brick, fewer doors, and gorgeous new finishes. Most impressive, perhaps, are the Indian-ink washed plywood used for the kitchen cabinetry, and the sustainable cork covering the rear of the home. Head to the link in bio to see how the newlyweds made the home their own while keeping costs low.
Photos by @snookphotograph
Architecture and Landscape Design by @richardjohnandrews
#renovation #remodel #modernarchitecture #moderndesign #london #diy #diyrenovation #selfmade #doityourself #budgetbreakdown
„Stairway to Heaven“ - Chamonix, France 🌌
‘Night is to see the dreams and day is to make them true.’
Seeing this place with my own eyes literally felt like I’m dreaming! Having this spot on my bucket list for so many years and finally being able to spend a night up here made it one of the most special moments in 2019! 😊
Taken on my Canon 1DX Mark II by @canondeutschland #canondeutschland [Anzeige]
Note: this shot was entirely edited with one of my updated ‘Wanderlust’ presets. Go check them out if you haven't done so yet (link‘s in my bio) and don't forget to use the hashtag #MDPfeature for a chance to be featured. ✌🏻
The journey is the reward
EDITING FFA! If you’re bored at home and want to edit some of my photos, click the link in my bio! Use #7theraedits so I can see your edits. I’ll be reposting my favourite edits! Now all you need to do is place you’re right thumb on the lock button, press quickly to lock your phone so you can get off insta and get ON Lightroom🖖
Summer nights in Washington. Excited for warmer weather, so much more of this in months to come.
Remaining positive in tricky times... Limiting what I read and listen to, ready to help where needed. Thinking about this little ride last year.. hope to catch these fields again soon...
One of those days when I asked @hilvees to climb a mountain for me😅🙈🤪
I’ve been getting tagged in lots of challenges lately. Sorry if I haven’t gotten around to doing them all but here is one that my friend @isaacsjohnston challenged me on. He asked to take a photo from home so here is what I came up with. Anyway, I hope everyone is safe during all this chaos. #shotfromhome
What was happening?
Conceito e reflexo da quarentena!!! 🤔😅
To My Management Team, all my friends & my family...💋
I’m doing a LIVE DJ SET tonight for all my quarantine peeps on IG at 8pm central! Put your dancing (sweat)pants on!!! 💃🏼
Our Julie Large Leather Box in vegetable-tanned Italian leather with a solid Swedish brass lid. Available online.
September of this year, I was assigned to photograph a proposal on the iconic Trolltunga.
Thank you @chrisknightsn for the opportunity to capture such a significant day in your life! I wish you two the very best🙏
Follow me shooting the images in this carousel from the comfort of your own home. Storytelling techniques taught in a down to earth, fly on the wall manner. Better than any box set 😉 Last day of our 50% sale tomorrow - see the link in my bio.
G. Asplund at Stennas
Daily walk. One hour. One subject. Three images. Repeat.
The ‘stories’ behind these images are told in a new series of e6 videos. www.e6subscription.co.uk
This image represents something I love with my whole heart: the mountain range situated to the east of Seattle where I live. Looking at it I feel that familiar sense of awe, even if what I’m really looking at are five blue swatches...
Let me back up: my friend Erin (@erinoutdoors) reached out yesterday and asked me to join her #OurGreatIndoors photo challenge. (If you haven’t already, visit her page and check out her magical adventures in Paper Bag Canyon, Broccoli Forest, and the like). I said: I’m in! So, where to start, I thought, what do I want to create? My beautiful home range, the Cascades, of course! But what do I have at home to make it happen? After scanning through the household inventory, I landed on some blue paint swatches, each 2x2 inches, and a simple concept. After some precision cutting and alignment, a snap with a macro lens, followed by a quick tone curve and touch up in lightroom: Voila! Mountain layers in all their glory, only mini. Swipe left to see my behind the scenes along with an older photo of mine I used as inspiration. Check all the at-home creativity at Erin’s tag: #OurGreatIndoors ✌🏼
a lonely boat with beautiful sunrise lights
💚 How incredible is this bird’s eye view of Tumpak Sewu Waterfall? 💦 Java island, Indonesia. Video by @luciddrem #nature
It’s not always sunshine and rainbows, but there is always something to appreciate and find gratitude for.
If you’re having a tough time, that’s an appropriate response to the way things are at the moment. It’s ok to feel. It’s ok to feel sad, afraid and uncomfortable. It’s also ok to feel joy, happiness and excitement. These sensations can happen at the same time(just to confuse us all even more). Let ‘feeling’ be ok, regardless of what you are feeling. Embrace the happy and the sad, the excited and the scared.
Also - I’m just a human trying to navigate an experience for the first time... just like you. If you’ve got something to add to the above, leave it below. I’m open to suggestions and dialogue on how we can all come through this happy, healthy and whole.
#maketheshift #findthebeauty #gratitude #squamish #seatosky #explorebc #besafe #besmart #mentalhealthmatters #together #doingourbest
10 photos from one morning. I’m giving away ten (or more) preset packs - to enter just share my work in your story, each share will count as one entry.