You know what they say – first impressions make the biggest and longest lasting impressions. Therefore, one could argue that the décor of a home’s entrance should have the most impact.
Glamour, that is. Looking at these images of Juan Montoya’s work, it’s hard to comprehend that people actually LIVE in these spaces! Welcome to the gentrified air that Mr. Montoya has been designing for over 20 years. A long time favorite of Paige Rense of Architectural Digest, he has been on the AD
For a different coastal aesthetic, take a look at the work of Vladimir Ossipoff, a midcentury master of what has been termed Hawaiian Modern, a synthesis of Japanese craftsmanship and modern architectural techniques.
There are few architects who understand the wild beauty of coastal New England like Mark Hutker. His bio states: Hutker Architects, Inc. (HA) is a full service architecture and interior design firm with offices located on Martha’s Vineyard and in Falmouth on Cape Cod. Our Firm has been established for more than 20
An exhibition of artist Ron Pruitt’s work, Pattern and Degradation, has just opened at Gavin Brown’s enterprise in NYC. We’re impressed by the tremendous variety and breadth of the work, all in black and white and color. (photo: Michael Nagle for the NYT)
My last post was about the use of black as a design element. Well, now I must speak up for its design doppelganger: white.
Black and white: symbolic of light and dark, night and day, physical and spiritual, above and below, masculine and feminine, and the struggle between good and evil.
Be not afraid people! Bold strong statements are always appreciated in design
Jeffrey Bilhuber, in our estimation, has it all. He not only heads a vibrant interior design practice, he’s a product designer and respected author of an informative book on design. And he’s a popular guest on home-related television programs.
Perhaps because my world sometimes seems chaotic (kids and pets) – I find myself drawn to interiors that exude a sense of calm. Not so serene as to be sleep-inducing (I have no issues falling asleep thank you) but more of an ordered sensibility. I believe that designer Thad Hayes has figured out