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PREFACE 1

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As designers, we challenge ourselves beyond guidelines and dare to start new trends, always adding some fun and twists to design, as well as awakening the senses.


­– The pop culture: which is what we live by now, today. using images of popular as opposed to elitist culture in art, emphasizing the banal or kitschy elements of any given culture. A splash of pop always adds color, humor and fun to any space; making it bold, individual and personal, and therefore extremely unique.

My main goal and inspiration in all my projects

Mixing and playing around with the elements above you can come up with a modern, cosy and yet fun and extremely unique and personal atmosphere that can evolve with time as you use it, add or reduce from it.

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­– The futuristic and innovative: exploring new technologies to push boundaries and shapes we can introduce and accomplish.

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When starting any project, the clients should be heard, and guided to express their thoughts, expectations and perceptions visually. In the process, the designer’s job is to bond with the client, and get to dive into their personalities to push them to get out of their comfort zones in terms of experimenting with them to come up with a finished product that is essentially a reflection of themselves; opposed to what is trendy, normal, or a reproduction of something already familiar to them.

–­ The vintage: reminiscing the past. A wonderfully, beautiful era to recreate in your home. it is about 1940's glamor and the end of World War II. It is extremely nostalgic and looks to an elegant time in history for influences. I find most people relate to this style and types of spaces when looking to decorate their homes, as it is elegant, warm and takes them back in time.

in an industrial sense; such as: galvanized steel, concrete floors, metal, exposed beams and unfinished surfaces to create a distinctly modern, bohemian look. In more upscale urban interiors, we aim for a far more polished look, with bespoke fixtures, sophisticated finishes and open floor plans that allow for multifunctional rooms. Diversity and cultural mix co-existence have brought us to love the city life and the flexibility for every changing functionality it demands. We adore items that scream metropolis living.

Life is short and sometimes we tend to forget to enjoy every second of our precious lives. If I have one advice to give people when designing or redesigning their spaces, it would be to live you dream, make it your own and make the world a better place; and always remember: “If you can imagine it, you can achieve it. If you can dream it, you can become it.” – ­­Quote by: William Arthur Ward.

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At Vick Vanlian, when designing, we utilize and play on the senses wherever possible: Touch, Smell, Sight, and Sound, as they are all parts of experiencing any space, be it interiors or architecture, and bringing individuality, beauty & harmony to every project/space; any attractive atmosphere makes us think how and why things are made.

is to capture the different instances in life, and create different emotional bonds to awaken and provoke the senses. This is achieved by mixing and playing with the following:

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Good design should communicate; weather by conveying a message, or by provoking emotions. It should be a statement to be perceived to create a lasting impression through the individual’s perception.

­– The urban: adding nontraditional home materials and design features traditionally used

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PREFACE 2 My earliest childhood memories are of drawing and trying to create something magical with pencil and paper. Those of us who choose to pursue professional interior design are responsible for taking a client's space and transforming it into the dream they describe‌that kind of change is so exciting to see! So, how is this achieved?


My specialty is helping people who love something about traditional style, but want to approach it in a fresh, modern way. My strongest visual influence is the natural world,

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and that harkens back to my earlier work as a ceramic artist. It's difficult to find a manmade motif or texture which is any more beautiful than those we find nature. I love elegant, accessible, luminous design. The idea of bringing modern and natural elements into a traditional space is a cornerstone of my approach. Every day is something new.

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I hope you will find inspiration and direction from the pages of this book, which showcase the talent of incredible designers from all over the world. As you look at each space, remember that the whole is the sum of its parts! Each detail is worth its weight.

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to deliver the look they are expecting. Then, we discuss their lifestyle and how they hope to live in the space. Do they like to entertain, or prefer quiet family time? Do we need to create spaces especially designed for children and young families, or will this be a more formal residence? Unlike commercial design, when you're working in a client's residence, the emphasis is on the small elements that will make for a comfortable, nurturing daily life. Considerations are more personal and more nuanced in someone's home than in a restaurant or hotel.

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Each designer in this book understands that it's critical to have a strong intuition for what people really mean when they're telling you what they want. We need to have a good sense of design, but a great sense of how to take care of people. A luxurious space is one which translates a visual dream into a physical reality. If the vision for a rich, cozy space, does that mean leather, brass and velvet? Or heavy linen and natural wood? If the idea is to create a light, bright space, will that mean an all-white space with lots of glass? Or bright colors and plenty of sunshine? Interpreting the meaning of a client's direction is a critical element in delivering what he or she is expecting. I begin each project by doing a design study with the client, pouring over images of other spaces they admire, which helps me

Heather Garrett Creative Director


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A Family Apartment

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How to help a young couple who loved the traditional bones of their new home, but wanted a decisive shift in its decor and vibe to modern luxe? Opening the kitchen into the family room and reworking the architecture of the space was the solution to creating the fresh feeling we were after. The house had an interior that was an odd mix of styles, genres, and materials, so the designers began by pulling down the 2-story walls of oak paneling, replacing the heavy fireplace, overhauling the kitchen and master bath, while cleaning up the complicated architectural details throughout. The foyer was originally cluttered by unecessary columns and included an odd circular opening to the floor above. The designers streamlined

behind the fireplace, so that the room remains uncluttered. Creating a bar between the kitchen and family room also contributed to the space feeling more conducive for entertaining, while allowing light through an opening wrapped in mosaic tile. The formal living room was recast as a bronzy, sultry lounge for cactching up over cocktails after work and listening to music rather than more the formal visits generally associated with a proper living room. Across the hall is the dining room, which was wrapped in icy blues drawn from the snowy owl painting. During visits by the family members, a beautiful and comfortable space for long lingering meals together was an important requirement, so this room was a design

the elements in that space, and kept a quiet palette of neutral colors complementing the marble flooring. The classic plaster bust lamp on the console ties in with the painted columns nearby, but the lucite base ushers the space into a more modern direction.

focus. Still, the directive was that the furnishings and materials be highly functional, free from worry about red wine spills or furry family friends napping on sofas. The designers delivered by covering upholstery

For the family room, the designers designed a simple, contemporary gas fireplace to replace the existing heavy stone version, and developed a smooth plaster 2-story mantle to replace the outdated oak paneling. A/V components are carefully hidden in recessed panels

in sumptuous “velvet� usually for outdoor use, wool rugs that can be washed, and leathers which are expected to age over time, which is simple, beautiful, and functional.


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ay Jeffers’ Chic Transformation in Pacific Heights, San Francisco is one of the designers’ favorite projects. One of the goals of the project was to create a space that reflected the young homeowners’ fun, energetic personalities, and also prepare for their expanding family. Before the renovation and redesign, the home had great bones but no architectural importance. Jeffers Design Group added a new fireplace, built-in shelving in the living room, and transformed a plain office into a vintage inspired library. The library features floor to ceiling bookcases with full with a bourbon bar, relaxed seating and incredible lights. The owners and their friends often gravitate to this unique space when hosting parties because of the unique aspects and distinctly cool vibe.

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have to be completely redesigned. Bright pink and yellow hues were used to brighten the room. An

escalating up the stairs to the second floor. The designer believes that a home should feel

and inviting space. Oak planks on the wall behind the bed add a rustic quality to the sleek design. The nursery, created for their infant daughter, is meant to grow with her as she ages. The wall

assortment of plush pillows lines the window seat providing the perfect nook to read and relax. In the living room, the designer recovered the existing corner fireplace with stone and added

collected, interesting and comfortable. He makes sure the home feels finished when clients move in, including art, accessories, and framed family photos. The design is really never finished and

treatments and window coverings are more transitional so that as the child grows up, the furniture can be changed out, but the room doesn’t

walnut paneling to create a strong focal point in the room. The designer added a personal touch to the room with the salon-style hanging of family photos

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his gracious home, designed and built in the late 20th century by a distinguished local architect, was ready for an update. At the time of the home’s original design during the 1990’s, the clients loved a very traditional Southern American style, but time and interest had changed their taste. With a growing family, the needs for using the interior spaces were changing as well. The designers hoped to preserve some of the classic traditional charm, while bringing the house (full of sports-loving kids, friends, dogs, and grandparents living next door) current with the way they live today. They delivered, through fool-proof resilient materials and a space plan which incorporated elegance with sensibility and fun.

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First, how to best use the formal living room? Most of the couple’s entertaining is centered around sports, either in hosting a basketball team dinnner after their daughter’s game, or filling the house with friends for watching football and eating a casual dinner together. That left the small living room empty and ignored. Although using the room as a home office was discussed, most of the work from home was done on a laptop computer! So, it was decided that the new space would be beautiful, with initmate lighting, and 4 deeply comortable chairs for my client and her closest friends to have a glass of wine together after the kids were in bed. This is now reported to be her favorite room in the house! The family room, which opens onto a large kitchen and casual dining area, is where much of the family’s time is spent. The space was ample, but a poor furniture plan meant that there was often not enough seating to accommodate their guests. The designers extended the seating area by widening the grouping with a pair of chairs and large ottoman, and also investing in a larger rug to help achieve the perception of a more spacious room. For the bedrooms, the goal was to create luxurious comfort through bedding with volume and cozy spots for reading or relaxing in beautiful light.

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Massimo Interiors Zealous Homes Stu Morley

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The featured project is a private residence located in Malvern, the fashionable suburb of Melbourne in Australia. The client’s brief was to design an elegant and modern, yet comfortable home with a wow factor and that level of luxury one would find in a 5-star hotel. Massimo introduced unique design ideas, fabulous furnishings and stunning finishes, creating an unmistakable opulent and glamorous home. The impressive

the feature wall as the unobstructed centerpiece of the room. Throughout the home, mirrors have been strategically placed to create the illusion of added space. In the kitchen the splashback creates added depth and reflects diffused light back into the rooms. The white cabinetry and kitchen island maintain a bright and clean environment, complementing the rich dark panelling of the lower cabinetry.

lounge room features a bespoke mural from 1847; the image was scanned from a print and then transferred to washable vinyl wallpaper. The furniture, while sleek and sophisticated, maintains a neutral palette. Clear acrylics, and minimal white upholstery, increase the sense of space while remaining subdued enough to keep

In the dining room, an antique clear Kristal chandelier adds a classic touch of decadence. Classic warmth is infused with opulent decorative pieces such as the gold leaf corbel and other gold accessories. The overall visual feel of the home continues upstairs where neutral flooring allows

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the finishes of the rooms to truly shine keeping the total look grounded. The landing is an elegant corner with a few classic and vintage decorative items such as the marble statue sourced overseas. Mixed materials in the master bedroom create a multi-layered and textural environment while the silver-embossed wallpaper and a

floor-to-ceiling mirror wall create a spatially unique look for the room. The chandelier is a unique touch giving the room an effortless feel of sophistication. The mix of classic, antique and cutting-edge design, really enhance Massimo’s visual and artistic direction for the home resulting in an eclectic picture of modern luxury.

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Mill Neck Design Company

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This gracious home sits on a lovely water front property. The house was designed by Stuart Disston of Austin Patterson Disston Architects. The client requested an informal “Carriage House” . Upon entering the stunning floating staircase and breathtaking views sets the tone for what is to come. Meticulous details in the architecture and the interior design combined make a truly gorgeous home. The beautiful antique oriental carpet grounds the room in delicate shades of color. The living room is beautifully proportioned with two seating areas, great

furniture with a mix of contemporary and antiqued pieces makes the room unique and exciting. The room has a stunning view of the Long Island sound with two lovely arched French doors. Symmetry and Old World touches including the custom mantel and decoratively applied frieze on the ceiling add an informal yet elegant feel to the space. A chocolate silk hand painted Gracie wallpaper in the dining room continues the organic theme. The master bedroom is an exercise in glamour and restraint. It has a very calming palette which

serene bedroom is sumptuous, swathed in velvet and silk fabrics. A beautiful tray ceiling gives the room air and drama. The high contrast in shades of chocolate and red adds drama and dimension in the beautifully appointed library. A great chef’s square kitchen with soaring ceiling height. The island was custom made of a natural wood and is 2.4 × 2.4 m. The island accommodates the whole family for meals. The room is painted in a pale putty color. The backsplash is a natural bluestone all very earthy in

for entertaining. The palette is soft and soothing, and relies on texture for its dimension. All custom

also relies on texture rather than pattern for depth. Everything was custom made for this room. The

feel. The four fabulous lanterns create a glow. This family home has a real flair and personality.

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This is a second home for a couple who had their heart set on a home in Napa, where classical east coast traditional meets west coast and by a fluke, wound up playing golf in Arizona, falling in love with the state so much that they purchased a home where they wanted to implement their interior design desires. Jamie Herzlinger Interiors gutted the house down to the original studs as Jamie Herzlinger was the architect, contractor as well as the interior designer, so Jamie was able to really develop the client’s vision. The owners enjoy a modern aesthetic to their everyday life and chasing trends was not part of the design vernacular. Calcutta marble was used throughout the house including master bathroom as well as kitchen counters. The master bathroom is a great example of a classical approach

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to white cabinetry. The home office is where Jamie took the mixture of hip modern with traditional and classical elements. Elitis wallpaper in a micro mosaic is a classical approach to decoupage and a perfect example of a classical iconic Lafont desk to accompany it. The powder room is one of Jamie’s favorite patterns from Artistic Tile which use classical materials in a controlled yet organic nature. The wallpaper from Studio E and of course BOYD’s ode to deco. For Jamie, the dining room is an example of stunning. Jamie’s love of Gracie wallpaper is classic together with a Bergamo damask in that great orange was a combination not to be beat.


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Designer Shirley Meisels

Regal Heights Residence

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asked with updating an older home for her own family, Shirley Meisels of Mhouse, Inc. transformed this 100-year-old Edwardian classic using bright white paint and splashes of colour. This contemporary family residence shines, while remaining comfortable and functional for Ms. Meisels’ own busy family of five.

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Located in the Regal Heights neighbourhood in downtown Toronto, this modern masterpiece dazzles with an eclectic, mid-century modern aesthetic. Ms. Meisels has been an avid collector of vintage mid-century pieces throughout her career and her curated pieces combined with high-end and low-end details allow this residence to pay tribute to its historical roots while remaining contemporary and fresh. The Master Bedroom occupies the third floor of the home and offers a perfect getaway for this busy couple. A gorgeous accent wall is accomplished through custom wallpaper that makes a bold statement against the soft linens. The headboard is upholstered with silk linen. The mirrored night tables minimize their presence and the mixed materials help create a striking Scandinavian-style layout in this generously-sized retreat. The fabrics are as luxurious as the rest of the home and the furnishings offer a place to retire for relaxation. By removing the upper cabinetry in the kitchen, the space opens up to a greatroom that functions as the centerpiece of the home. Combining the kitchen, dining and eating area into one allows the family to be together whether working at the breakfast bar, reading in the chair or doing homework at the table.

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Designer Pepe Calderin

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dream became reality for one retired couple that relocated from New York to indulge in a life of luxury in Hollywood, FL. This house has an impressive mix of all the right elements, including modern design, architecture and energy. With mesmerizing ocean and park views, and about 650 m 2 of living space, this palatial penthouse was impossible to pass up. This architectural element not only allows natural light to radiate throughout the home but it also offers unparalleled views of the Hollywood's skyline and beach which easily takes center stage in this home.

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The couple turned to acclaimed interior design firm, Pepe Calderin Design. Pepe Calderin along with designer Juliana Diaz-Salazar begin what transpired into a two-year renovation. Going from a traditional home to a modern home requires a sense of style and skill – Pepe Calderin Design was definitely up to the task. “They wanted a contemporary transitional look, different from their previous traditional home,” Calderin says. A soft color palette of whites, grays and taupe are partnered with shiny metals that all come

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the stunning view through formalist furnishings, a harmonious flowing floor plan, and an elegant

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color palette. With an aura that demonstrates the true meaning of elegance, the living room is architecturally designed to show off the magnificent ocean views with towering 6.1-m floor-to-ceiling windows that are dressed in sheer gray linen panels. They selected a template of soft tones and fabrics in effort to create a warm and cozy atmosphere. Resting upon the white marble flooring lies a marbleized pattern area rug from Gershon Carpet in shades of gray and black. “It was a last minute decision that was based on the room’s furnishings,” Salazar says. Having a contemporary personality, the customdesigned silver velvet tufted sofa is luminous, while the opposing purple velvet chairs pull warmth into the room. A glass and chrome cocktail table creates a sense of transparency – showing off the details in the rug. “We didn’t want to take away from the sofa which was the room’s main focus,” Calderin and Salazar say.


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This open space apartment consists of large relaxing areas combining living-room with fireplace, kitchen, bar, sports area, 2 guest rooms with en-suite bathroom fully equipped with walk-in closets. The apartment has stunning glazed area: a multifunctional living room converted into a social area (a cinema, bar and sports zone) with an attractive terrace with sofas and superb winter garden behind it. The design is set on the comfortable lush interiors with warm, rich colours; and based on clean, clear shaped system with rational use of space and harmony of proportions. The aim was to present interior that is solid, versatile, intriguing and multifunctional. The designer used contrasting techniques that both hold together the whole interior and make it dynamic (It flows, plays and sets the drive). The beautiful and luxurious finishes were designed as pieces of furniture produced by leading manufacturers in Italy (Baxter, Malerba), America (Ralpf Laurent) and England (Andrew Martin), pearl lamps by Verner Panton. The apartment’s style resembles modern understanding of luxury. The design is based on clear system with rational use of space and harmony of proportions with added warm, saturated colours. The luxurious materials such as American walnut and polished ebony, natural stone, marble Nero Portoro and onyx, leather panels on the walls and furniture were used to create this interior. The selected materials and furniture emphasize the masculine character of the interior, and intelligently placed accents and decorative accessories add to it warmth and convenience.

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n this cosmopolitan Russian Hill home, floor-to-ceiling windows frame a quintessential San Francisco view. The new owners wanted a clean, modern canvas that would showcase their art collection, so Jeffers Design Group collaborated with Sutro Architects and Black Mountain Construction to bring the space back to the studs, and opened it up by removing all of the interior walls. Against a canvas of greys and whites, the bold, sculptural forms of the furnishings pop, giving the space a real wow factor.

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The palatte is quiet but very textural, including etched stone in the kitchen and living room walls, cabinetry of walnut and lacquer in the kitchen with cutom bronze drawer pulls. There are beautiful vintage leather and wood chairs in the living room by Raphael, a stunning coffee table by artist Sebastian Errazuriz, and a custom Jeffers Design

encircled four chairs by B&B Italia around an ottoman where the home owners can relax and enjoy the incredible bay views. The house flows with ease. When guests enter, they walk into a long, wide hallway that ends in the living room. The living, dining and media rooms are open to each other

The designer underlying goal when designing is to focus on luxury, comfort, and a sense of collectedness – he doesn’t want everything in a home to feel like it’s brand new. Age gives a home character and a personality of its own. Jeffers Design Group creates luxurious but livable homes and this is home a prime example of the

Group designed walnut platform bed in the master bedroom. The chairs featured in the living room are the designer’s favorite aspects of the home. He

but remain intimate. The colors are soothing yet still rich. Mixes of vintage and new pieces define the featured spaces, including warm metallic accents that shine a light on the design.

company’s concept. It’s all about spaces with soul and atmosphere that feels collected over time.

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Studio Stefano Dorata Portofino, Italy 350 m2 Giorgio Baroni

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While Le Corbusier composed his facades on the basis of geometry and proportions of the “regulating lines”, a similar procedure as been used to organized the internal spaces of this early 20th – century villa that has been radically renovated and transformed into terrace – cum – observatory on the summit of Monte di Portofino. Giving logic and harmony to the interior design is, in fact, a long perspective axis that, on the ground floor, puts the

This is a rational network of visual conceptual geometries that permit the panoramic swimming pool, the wooded hillside sloping down towards the sea, the colours of the houses facing the harbour in Portofino and the church perched on the cliffs overlooking the Tyrrhenian – the boundless sea and the wonderful light, with its intensity and colours constantly changing – to become vibrant decorative elements.

bedroom, small hall and bathroom. Although this orderly composition is never made explicit, it is perceptible all over the house as if it were inscribed with invisible ink in the white that pervades all the interiors. White is not, however, used for its own sake, but serves to set off the many photographs and abstract paintings in the owners’ collection the splendid Piero Dorazio in the dining room, the Fabrizio Plessi in the drawing room and the

dining room’s fireplace in visual contact with that of the studio through the hall and the drawing room. In the latter, another larger fireplace, made of intensely gray basaltic lava, at ninety degrees to the first one

The same formula is repeated on the upper floor containing the night area, witch is accessible by a staircase made of light – colour limestone (like the floors of the house), protected by a curvilinear

Mimmo Paladino in the hall, to mention but a few – and brightly embraces the customized furniture, with its rounded, articulated forms, and pieces of outstanding design in the 20th century, among

generates another perspective axis that divides the sofas on the two sides of the space, giving expressiveness and harmony to the disposition of the other furnishings.

wrought – iron balustrade. Also in this area, there are two fireplace with wooden frame lacquered white, generating an imaginary symmetrical axis through the sequence of the

which some of Charles Eames’s masterpieces stand out.

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Designer Stanley Anderson, AIA

Takahashi Penthouse

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esigned by Moore Ruble Yudell, this two-storey penthouse provides a loft-like retreat at the top of the Ritz Carlton Residences at La Live, the center of a newly energized mixed-use neighborhood in downtown Los Angeles. Mr. Takahashi is an international entrepreneur who divides his time between several venues. The 557 m2 penthouse provides a place for entertaining, working, or relaxing with spectacular views to the city, the ocean, and the mountains.

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The first floor of the penthouse is open from one end of the building to the other, with a fish tank and stair separating the living, dining, and family areas. This allows people to flow freely during an entertaining function, providing various types of seating, audiovisual offerings, and visual art as well as easy access to the open kitchen, which has a bar. Designed to accommodate meetings with business associates, Mr. Takahashi’s study is also open to the space but situated around the corner from the entertainment-oriented zone. The

intimate places framed by movable partitions, floating stairs, and custom cabinets. A large barn door on the second floor opens up the master living area to the hallway. Partitions in the master sitting area and the study open up to reveal the wet bar. The predominant palette of blues and grays connects to the sky and mountains beyond while providing the serenity the client values. The discrete accents of red provide a playful counterpoint to the overall calm. The minotti sectionals are used throughout for their gracious

first floor is generally more light and bright in its use of color and material to promote an atmosphere conducive to both working and socializing. The second floor is used for relaxing and living, with a master

proportions and beautiful lines. B&B Italian poufs, the lounge chairs, and the bedroom furnishings were used throughout to reinforce the sleek, modern aesthetic. Hans Wegner seating in Japan red lacquer warms up the master living area. The design

bedroom, guest bedrooms, living rooms, and a dining room. The color palette is darker and the furnishings more residential in feel. The interior spaces balance movement and connectivity with

also has a number of Hollywood references, including a powder room, a backstage mirror, a Fortuny photographers’ lamp, and Charlie Bidwell’s “Hollywood” photo.

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his contemporary home is located in a small, prestigious property development cluster in Sandhurst, Johannesburg an area with a genteel, leafy calm about it but also provides easy access to much of the vibrant city. The brief was to express an individual ambient character but maintain a calm and uncluttered elegance. Every vase, sculpture, artwork and furniture object is given enough meditative space to allow it to be seen and appreciated. The interiors contain solid forms, softened with geometric shapes which highlight the owner’s collection of local South African art.

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The home also had to speak to the client’s love of art and fine entertaining. This five bedroomed house was designed to be a multi-functional home for family, friends and executive guests. On the ground floor, there is a formal lounge, double volume entertainment bar, cinema, double volume study and office, an informal family TV lounge with open plan kitchen, a formal dining area and a large reception area. All the ground floor spaces open to extensive outdoor garden space with pool and pool deck

personal space. The master bedroom is a true haven and allows for an escape within the bustling city center. It has extensive “his and hers” dressing area, plus a steam shower sauna, bath and shower. The client has an extensive European-based art collection and was eager to acquire contemporary South African works from both up and coming and established local artists, allowing for an African residence with an African collection, hence all artworks were new acquisitions put forward by the

with tonal differences, allowing the artwork to have maximum impact. The colour palette was a guiding factor for the design and décor. The darker hues of the exterior surfaces are in stark contrast to the light filled and fresh interior, the designer wanted a transition, a mood shift, a different experience from outside to in. The grey wall on the upstairs mezzanine area is a heavily textured, crystallite surface that brings a raw, brute finish to the interior, bringing the outside in and helps delineate

including outdoor areas dedicated to dining, relaxing and hosting with a large braai (BBQ) as a feature. All the bedrooms are en suite, extending the sense of

designer working with local galleries. The original property had extensive white wall space which the designer decided to leave white rather than punctuate

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his stylish, colorful Central Park West apartment is the result of a whimsical dialogue between art and design. With the direction to design something “different” for its young owners, D’Aquino Monaco set out to push the envelope and transform the classic bones of the apartment into an irreverent, yet playful, space. Accompanying the 20th-century Italian and French antiques that harmonize with sculptural modern art, the designer chose to emphasize color and art to draw visitors on a journey through the apartment.

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In the foyer, as an introduction to the rest of the apartment, the designer focused on reinvigorating the moldings. To establish a sculptural identity for the entrance and remove all traces of the original prewar classical crown molding, new moldings were designed to be pixelated and geometric to catch the light and make a statement. To set the tone for the apartment, the designer made a statement in the living room with dynamic color and a dialogue between the eclectic pieces that were meticulously selected for their style, essence and humor. A Lucite sculpture of a head by Jim Shaw was transformed into a coffee table with the artist’s permission. The color palette for the living room area rug of silk and wool by Tai Ping Carpets reverses when moving into the Library, where

the neutrals on the floor contrast the vibrant red wall color. To accompany the sculptural table, Italian chandelier and modern Danish shelving system, the designer worked again with Tai Ping to design the faux stone rug to incorporate nature in a subtle and soft way. The designer “love for all things in the 1940’s, particularly Italian” is expressed in the extensive use of Fornasetti wallpaper lining the kitchen, breakfast room and laundry. With the introduction of green, the baby’s room gives a nod to the surrounding Central Park. A soft shag over a wall-to-wall rug creates a soft and playful space.

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Barkli Virgin House is the outcome of a creative collaboration between British interior designer Kelly Hoppen and the world’s largest residential design brand – YOO, and marks the first custom-designed residences by YOO in Moscow. Barkli Virgin House is a seven storey residential building that consists of 19 residences and two light-filled penthouses. Located on the most elite corner of a truly desirable neighbourhood in Moscow, near the exclusive Golden Mile Barkli Virgin House

emphasise the natural luxury that is a hallmark of the designer for YOO aesthetic. Materials of the highest quality come together and form spaces that are refined yet comfortable. A marble stone runner creates a distinctive perspective, cutting through a black lacquered timber floor. The timber slatted arches that feature along the main axis in the hallway echo the stone arch in the front elevation of the building in a contemporary and elegant way. Gaps between the arches create a play on perspective through the

features large windows and panoramic views of the historical centre of the Russian capital. The design of the residence boasts elegant style and effortless sophistication that is reflected through the four signature interior design styles – Urban, Vintage, Sea Breeze and Green – each of which use contrasting materials and luxurious fabrics and furnishings. Barkli Virgin House provides a strong interior atmosphere with rich colors and materials of the highest quality, appealing to residents in search of an urbane design aesthetic. The lobby of Barkli Virgin House has a welcoming feel with muted lighting to

space and cast shadows on the dark grey marble walls. The furniture designed by the designer throughout the lobby and these are complimented by large pendant chandeliers and accessories specifically selected for the space.

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he client wanted a cool urban clean fresh space – something to reflect her stylish and fun personality, but at the same time a cozy home right in the center of London where she can relax with her dog after a day of shopping or from work. Yet, it needed to be a space, which would be a perfect entertaining space. The designers completely stripped the whole apartment back to a shell, designed and built a new kitchen, bathrooms, a walk in wardrobe, wet room and laundry space. The flat was rewired. The designers installed a seamless resin floor throughout, inclusive of thermal subfloor instead of existing radiators. The space is full of quiet and warm feeling.

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his 140 m² apartment in the Moema neighborhood, Sao Paulo, Brazil, was fully remodeled with the intent of value the areas that are more private to the owners, and create a best-integrated social area.

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The “perobinha” wood floor was used to integrate kitchen, living and dining room. The existent kitchen counter was extended to the dining room and now functions as a buffet/ sideboard. The kitchen and home-theater woodworks were reused to avoid waste. The first has received strong colors over the white surfaces, thus removing the laundry look. The latter received a white lacquered complement to unify the furniture’s height. Other coverings, such as

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his room was inspired by a trip to China, and its color palette taken from the costumes of the Chinese opera. It features a variety of Chinese antiques, and other items of Asian origin. These include a Chinese black lacquered cabinet, and a pair of Chinese black lacquered low “Palace� Tables as well as a pair of Ming dynasty turquoise pottery vases made into lamps. A large Anglo-Indian table, piled with books was chosen to anchor the room, and to add scale to the large space. Anglo Indian hurricane candlesticks with beautiful red glass globes add color and character to the mantel.

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The room has a cream colored, mid-century Harvey Prober designed, curved sectional sofa which is the anchor to the comfortable, casual seating area. The tall backed chairs flanking the fireplace add additional plush seating to the room. The color palette is subtly designed to flow

rosewood cabinet by Borsani, a French Art-Deco round mirror over the mantel and a pair of Italian mirrors. The mid-century American “Chan” coffee table by Philip and Kelvin Laverne is graced by a tall, carved Buddha from Indonesia in the center of room.

through the space in the rug, the pillows, the lamps and curtains. These extra tall patterned curtains using a Brunshwig & Fils fabric also add height and proportion to the soaring room. The walls are covered in a black and white faux bois wallpaper that

No room is complete without great art, and this room hosts an abstract painting, by Bradley Legler, which flanks the fireplace, and a huge painting on the wall across from the fireplace, by Geoffery Johnson, called “Untitled 50” which commands the large space.

adds depth and interest to the flat expanses of wall. To add to the eclectic quality of the room, a variety of mid-century pieces of furniture were chosen to round out the mix. These include a very large Italian

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Wide open spaces with an audacious combination of color, good lighting, accessories and furniture, properly placed, provide a comfortable, balanced and joyful space where the classical style merges with the dynamism of today. By combining a traditional style that was reflected in the architectural project with the vitality and freshness of a young family with young children, the pattern of the design consisted of integrating these two features to transform each space into a great

which defined the personality of the project, each area has a color that highlights the chosen elements and provides a perfect combination of space, light and furniture. The living room is perceived like a modern, graceful and harmonious place where the conservative space contrasts with the dynamism and versatility of the decorative elements. Colors play an important role as well as the pieces of art that were chosen for this place.

The family room and breakfast bock together make up a large and bright space where old items were combined with modern looking items in order to give the place a particular personality. The lime green and purple along with the plants achieve an environment which generates a balanced and comfortable space where families spend most of their time. The bedroom of the girls is conformed by two beds with padded headboards that reminds us a classic and formal dormitory; however, the purple fabric, the

living room with fireplace, a dining room, a living room, a family room, study room, a bedroom and a terrace. The different colors were an important element

The dining room with turquoise walls, a totally risky touch, gives a dramatic accent to the space that not only highlights the wood's natural tone, but it also expose a sense of elegance, grace and style.

flowers on the wall and the soft, white color, create an ideal place where the little girls of the family can live together.

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his “Marina” style residence is perfectly located across from the glistening waters of the Bay and neighbor to the Palace of Fine Arts. Many of the home characteristics, like the low-pitched red clay roof, iron gates, and arched windows and doors, show signs of the revival that swept through San Francisco in the early 1900’s. The new homeowner’s were drawn to the interior’s timeless beauty and distinction but didn’t like the formality or air of pretentiousness that can be associated with that particular style of home. They turned to Artistic Designs for Living (ADL) and Tineke Triggs to come up with a design that would maintain the classic beauty and refinement of the home but reflect the casual, laid-back style of the homeowners. 215


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Designer Robert Kolenik

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he serene atmosphere of materials like wood and leather give a peaceful feeling of coming home. This big living is dominated by a stairway like we know from castles. As a soft tapestry in wood it unfolds itself into the room. In the kitchen, a splendid bar in rock crystal becomes a splendid eye catcher as it is lighted. In the living room, Kolenik designed a special fire that seems to float and which decides the room in a very natural way. The bending walls high above the stairs split up in two symmetrical parts. The wooden steps make a very good contrast with the dark tiled floor in leather look. That makes a natural link with the rich leather furniture that invites to sit down. The fireplace finished by Dofine in a crusted finish seems to float. It breaks the space with a look through from a cozy second sofa. 225


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With a long experience in design of professional kitchens, Robert Kolenik knew exactly how the cooking area could be practical and beautiful, with most garments behind wooden in brush painted nut. There, the beautiful lighted bar in smoked pebbles offers the intimacy of a pub without an association with cooking. The newest appliances of Miele, an icecrusher, a wine storage and all the luxury to feel guest in your own house. In the cellar, this estate did get a second bar where visitors can get a drink in privacy. Taking the beautiful stairs brings us to the master bedroom and bathroom with the stunning make-up table. The cupboard and the toilet are well integrated by eucaluptus wood. The door handles in leather underline the soft feeling of the room and of the whole surrounding.

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Take the living room for example. With that grand, eye-catching, custom-made Proud couch by Kolenik measuring 6.5 m in length, together with a pivoting door from Kolenik’s own Bo’dor collection.

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from pure white onyx and supported by a lychee tree trunk. Kolenik’ s global boutique design studio has pulled out all the stops with the master bedroom as well; an en suite walkin-closet with flush fish leather handles and a divine bathroom that embodies the wellness experience and boasts twin lit sinks in black onyx. Illuminating the villa is Maretti lighting while Kolenik’s own floor lamp “Dream” radiates

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out from the corner of the gorgeous kitchen. In the basement you’ll delight in a bar and cinema, with a Kharma sound system to make the entire house tantalising for the ears as well as the eyes. All the electronics in the villa are

automated by Bits & Bytes, while the latest techniques in water pump devices and the use of rainwater make the house more sustainable. One wall clad is full of “Wrinkle” by Dofine; the 2.5 m x 2.5 m multifunctional desk is integrated with multimedia and palisander wood cupboards, making work a pleasure. A perfect example of what you get when you give Kolenik carte blanche: happy clients.

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ailor’s Space is an environment that shows the culture and the lifestyle of a resident of Itajai, a peculiar city in Santa Catarina, Brazil, that has a mild winter and a rigorous summer. The proposal is a loft for a person who likes nature, trips, water sports, gastronomy and music. All this is shown through pieces of Brazilian designers, textures and shapes that evoke nature and fishing, as the designers' Bone Bank Rafic Farah and Otavio Coelho and the Chaise Sereia designed by Paulo Alves, both handmade with naval technology, or the Chair Chevelle, designed by Jack and Sergio Farher, made of wood using techniques of musical pieces, or the armchair Shell from Estudiobola that has references of marine shells in his drawings. 237


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The 112 m 2 space is divided into Home office, Home theater, 5-m-high ceiling fireplace and gourmet space with low ceiling or cosiness. Sober tones, with a predominance of blue, lead to Portuguese mosaic of Azorean culture and nautical blue, the porcelain named Armani fendi tone, tile with Brown veins joins the walls lined with wallpaper Italian imitating Cork with silver foil, to remember the nature, as well as the Home theater of travertine marble backlit, and the Home office desk of tree trunk made with nature's waste and a root used as sculpture in the middle of center tables. The curtains have tricot shawls similar to the design of a fishnet and a mirrored 5-m-high Panel with a wooden sculpture based on a windrose, used in navigation.

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Ghislaine Viñas Interior Design

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hislaine Viñas Interior Design was so pleased to be a part of this incredible project for their previous clients. The four-storey penthouse of this 1895 skyscraper (one of the earliest remaining structures in New York City) was never used as a residence, only serving as the crowning jewel to the building. When purchased by the owners, it was a completely raw space, having only its original steel structure and strangely configured partial floors. David Hotson was brought in to take this massive renovation on as architect, and transformed it into an adult playground complete with a 80-m stainless steel slide, intersecting vistas from glass walkways, and a climbing “wall” off one of the original columns. 245


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Viñas’s design team brought a warmth to the otherwise austere space, injecting color, oversized prints, pop culture references and more color! The living room is the only area treated completely in

styrofoam art/light piece by artist Jason Rogenes. The breakfast nook next to the kitchen is furnished in bright greens, and features a design by Viñas using the collection of vintage and new plates, just

whites and creams, allowing the view from the 21st floor to take precedence. The dining room features a custom two-piece corian dining table by UM Project, which is held together by interchangeable

displayed in a completely new way. Hand-stitched tags featuring outlines of the couples beloved New Zealand were added to the Saarinen armchairs, and above the custom colored Divis table is the “What

orange pegs that call to the tables hidden underside finished completely in orange. Above is a custom

Watt” chandelier by London designer Tim Fishlock.

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Casa Cor 2014

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Following the taste and style of the honoree, the design brings the practicality of a space focused on living. The blue color, the actress favorite, was chosen for the environment, gaining evidence in the mix with shades of gray, both on the walls of the living room, with the geometric wallpaper, as in the kitchen with the cementitious gradient tiles. The lifestyle of Tata is also present in the choice of materials and furniture. By having a hectic routine,

its innovative design, designed by the professional herself. The feeling of wellbeing is up to the green wall above the bathtub and the bedside, witch imitates a lace fabric, integrates the bathroom and the bedroom in a fun way. The three-dimensional effect coating used on the floor is the result of a small application in multilayer technological product. In the bathroom, the disposal of the tiles in white and turquoise, imported

and a magnificent Baccarat chandelier made of French crystal from the nineteenth century. The room also has a unique sculpture, made of fiberglass and resin, by the artist Jadir Battaglia, which adds lightness and design. To play with the childhood of Tata and her collections, dolls of superheroes, framed pictures of Chaves character, and glass vases with salt and energized stones enliven the decor of the

she needs practicality and comfort in moments at home. The space is all automated with latest technology and selected furniture refer to the convenience of a home, as the blue jeans sofa with

from Spain with silver in their composition, brings elegance and sophistication to the environment. The design puts emphasis on the lighting, which has rips in LED traveling throughout the apartment,

environment, filling spaces like the niches made of a unique onyx stone, part of the home theater shelf, which was designed in drywall and covered with wallpaper.

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his project is a rear addition to a one-bedroom house. Built on a lot narrower than the typical San Francisco 7.6-m parcel, this infill project comprises three stories that overlook a downward sloping garden and frame panoramas of the Bay to the north. Unlike the existing residence, the addition is not visible from the street; instead, it forms the primary faรงade of the new house.

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At the ground level, the existing garage opens onto a studio that opens onto the garden beyond. Connected by a spiral staircase in the studio, the second level comprises an existing street-facing parlor and previously windowless bedroom, which now opens onto a multi-use space for painting and yoga. The existing kitchen and dining room on the third floor open onto a live/work space that also doubles as a space in which to entertain. As one ascends, the view of the Bay becomes progressively

to cater to everyday functions. Existing areas were kept in the Edwardian Arts and Crafts style in deference to two generations of artists who lived in the house prior to the current owners. The top floor of the addition serves as a live/work space with an architect’s workspace adjacent to the living space. The floor below is a room for painting and yoga. The bottom floor is a studio for the production of architectural tree models. This project symbolizes architecture of linearity and

cabinet maker/architect Gerrit Rietveld for volumetric composition, to Dutch painter Piet Mondrian for the subdivision of the glazing and its coloring, and contemporary New York architect Richard Meier for the expression of frames containing the individual windows in and out of the primary building envelope. In Roman mythology, Janus is a god with two faces: one looking toward the future and the other toward the past. Similarly, the addition to this one-bedroom house overlooking the Bay designed for two artists

more expansive. Designed for two artists, the addition opens up the existing house to provide space for creative work and an abundance of natural light, while the existing

sequence, where all of the rooms have a sightline, progressively more expensive as one moves higher, overlooking the Bay. The rear elevation, now the primary façade of the house, is rich in explicit

represents a creative front where artwork is carried out, whereas the existing part allocated to routine functions faces the street.

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Sao Paulo, Brazil

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The gourmet kitchen is the focal point of the project designed especially for the home owner who takes great pleasure of cooking. All the objects in it are a great chef needs to prepare unforgettable meals. Strategically, all the other spaces are integrated with gourmet area, providing seamless integration between friends on a holiday. Side note on the wall is a bookcase with organic design designed by the team Galeazzo Design. In the daytime, the ceiling captures natural light; the recipes are chosen and prepared. There is an armchair made of linen cloth designed by Paola Lenti. Over the counter, there is a collection of dishes from Italian Fornasetti taste of the owner. The double bedroom is designed with a palette of shades of brown and ocher; the panel behind the bed is straw, silk and crafted the headboard made of a Tuareg tissue morocco; the textures of this environment beyond the effect of beauty fill the space

stimulating the senses. Points of Blue Murano lamps on the headboards symmetrical, harmonize and break the rigidity of the environment.

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The client was extremely involved in the project from the start

and in every aspect possible, which culminated in a home that is “innovative, time honored, luxurious, geometric and

absolutely stunning” and a true reflection of its undoubtedly proud owner.

One of the primary inspiration for this project is considered to

be lines. Lines were created and repeated in a way inspired by the lines found in a diamond pattern, using it in many of the details. These lines can be found in the tiling layout, the dinner table’s structure and selected coffee tables and door handles.

Lines also extend vertically to create sculptural threedimentional walls that dominate the center volume of the

space, concealing the kitchen and creating a dynamic

contrast with the classical treatment of the rest of the walls in the apartment.

A Busnelli sofa makes a crucial focal point as it drives home the evolution of the dwelling’s classic/modern interpretation.

Two Futuro armchairs, from the Beyond collection by Vick Vanlian, are then added to push the boundaries of design and dare to experiment with mix of styles, colors and textures to produce the unique vision and style that is Vick. One of the most intriguing design features in the house is the clandestine television in a hidden closet. Vick believes that the television would occupy too much space in the main living area and interrupt the space’s formal atmosphere. So rather than allowing it to interrupt the flow, the television was tucked away from sight with the help of an ingenious innovation.

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he rooms in this home of mid-century Georgian-style pulsate with color and contemporary art and furniture. Combining contemporary furnishings and art with a traditional style, the home is deftly managed by the interior designer, Mary Anne Smiley, of Dallas, Texas, using subtle techniques and elements of design with great skill. To give this basic traditional home an airy contemporary feeling, all walls and wood moldings were painted pure white. Skillful selections of soft contemporary furnishings of proper scale to fit the space were added to create inviting upscale living spaces appropriate to the family’s entertaining life style. Subtle use of contrasting textures and finishes such as silver leather shag rug, deep rich wood, shiny chrome, rough bronze table base, nubby silk, sleek leather, art glass table top, and ultra-suede accent pillows, create an understated sophistication.

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his light-filled apartment sits peacefully above New York City’s busy streets. The client wanted a place to call home when visiting New York, and requested a space that was chic, comfortable, and low-maintenance. Perhaps, the most notable aspect of this project (and out of the ordinary for the designers) was the timeline – a short four months from start to finish. Because of a tight deadline, Kemble decided to streamline her efforts and use local resources and artisans almost exclusively.

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tusk. Throughout the room, the designer added metallic fabrics – silks and velvets

treated with a specialty finish. The designer took into account not only texture of surfaces but also the reflection of light – she wanted to create the illusion that

and sheers in layers to create a glamorous and luxurious feeling. Kemble continues her attention to texture and luxury with the accessories layered throughout –

the apartment was eternally lit and made sure that every surface was as luxe as possible. The entry hall is papered with an opalescent, shimmery but subtle

cashmere throws from Holland & Sherry, fur throw pillows, Robyn Brooks snakeskin boxes and picture frames, and shagreen finishes on custom furniture by Etched

geometric wallpaper by Alpha Workshops, a New York-based decorative arts studio. The paper provides interest as you enter the apartment without being

Design. This feeling of luxury is continued in the master bedroom, where the designer

overwhelming or intense. In the living room, the designer hand-applied a silver leaf paper to the ceiling, again

chose a soft palette of blues and creams, creating an inviting and relaxing oasis for the homeowners. The designer covered the ceiling with a wallpaper of tiny crystal

paying attention to surfaces that would capture and reflect light. The designer chose a cream and ivory strie finish for the walls to mimic the rich feel of elephant

balls, and brought in more silver leaf on the closet doors to reflect light from the windows opposite, making the space bright and warm.

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he charm of this new home is its elegance and peacefulness. Art, color palette, and furnishings contribute to the success. Swedish influence blends washed colors of milky gold and pale grey giving the feel of refined sophistication with an aged appearance. The light colors are an important part of the Swedish culture that has little sunlight on a daily basis. It boasts luxurious linens in blues and creams with a minimal contrast of grey washed pine floors. Original artwork from local artists shows the homeowner’s love of art and cultural events. A baby grand piano allows for jazz or classical music to liven up any party. The furniture exhibits a mix of straight lines and gentle curves with painted furniture being a key element bringing added lightness. 305


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interests of the hosts. The master bedroom once again offers a peaceful palette to sleep and relax. The walls are framed in boxed trim adding elegance and formality. The headboard was created, using a large silver leaf molding and upholstered with silk linen. The symmetrical night tables with sparkling chandeliers create a

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striking layout in this modest sized retreat. The fabrics are as luxurious as the rest of the home and the furnishings offer a place to retire to for relaxation.

The focal point of this home is the beautiful gourmet kitchen, which functions as the center of activity. The large island with honed marble countertops, custom-designed cabinetry, chef’s appliances, and built-ins offer plenty of storage and pack great style making cooking a pleasure and entertaining a breeze! It’s open space combines the kitchen, keeping room, and breakfast room allowing today’s family to welcome their guests while preparing for an evening of entertaining. The lighting was an integral aspect of the design. A mixture of sconces, chandeliers, picture lights, downlights, and pendants layer the lighting and bring it to a more personal and comforting scale, bringing the different colors and textures to

the forefront. The natural fabrics such as linens and cottons, painted woods, marble, and brick all get attention when the lighting grazes them. The colors are simple throughout and reflect a European palette, with a contrast of charcoal in the living/ music room and dining room for a dramatic experience. The end walls of this more formal space are draped in sheer charcoal linen for softness and an artistic effect. The room doubles as an art gallery and gives a small clue into the

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uilding a new home that blends successfully with an established historic neighborhood requires special sensitivity to scale and detail. Because the house is located in the city’s historic Garden Hills District, the owners chose to build a home in keeping with the English style homes that were popular in their neighborhood during the 1920’s.

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Details from 16th-century English manor homes were the inspiration. From the exterior, a hand-carved limestone bay window, Flemish bond brickwork and a heavy slate roof are authentic to the period, as are the diamond paned leaded glass windows and the wrought iron strap hinges at the timbered front door. At the back of the house, a covered rear porch, a pool with flagstone terrace, a pool house, a children’s play area and a koi pond provide areas for outdoor dining and recreation.

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artwork. It looks formal, but is really not. The client’s desire was for a clean, uncluttered space aimed at sophistication and elegance, but equally intent on creating an entertaining, workable space that would stand up to a growing family. An understated palette was used, incorporating colors of rich vanilla, soft blue greens and greys with warm walnut floors. The sparkle of marble and soapstone in the kitchen captures the light in the space, while the limestone adds texture. We aimed to maximize the outdoor views with furniture layout, and to reinforce the architecture of this new home. In the dining room, the juxtaposition of the traditional historically inspired Zuber wallcovering and formal antique crystal chandelier, paired with the clean and crisp drapery and chair fabrics and more modern rug, make the dining

room feel current and not stuffy. In the kitchen, a custom table that is an extension of the island creates a moveable work space or impromptu dining area. Maximum storage was incorporated into a pantry that was originally designed to be a separate room, but was integrated into an extension of the kitchen. Designing a historically inspired house that offers the livability of a modern day home can be challenging. This home achieves that balance with style and grace.

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his is a beautiful pied-Ă -terre in the fabled Plaza Hotel. The apartment is on a high floor and the views and the light are superb. Upon entering the apartment the foyer is upholstered in a lovely creme colored silk fabric and trimmed out in a silk ribbon in navy. The custom carpet is also, a luxurious silk and a lovely backdrop to the sensational antique furnishings. A blue agate lamp graces the chest of drawers.

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In every room, there are bespoke custom furnishings designed specifically for this apartment and the client’s family life. The blue and white palette unifies the space while offering a stimulating contrast of light and dark. A blue and white color scheme is actually very diverse as the range of blues is endless. The shifting shades of different blues creates continuity and interest. The antique Blue and white Chinese porcelain are perfect accessories. In the main living area, the deep and comfortable seating provides a welcome retreat. The custom silk rug design is echoed in the hand

oversized contemporary painting dramatically captures attention and is flanked by fantastic shagreen floor lamps. The leather ottoman provides a nice leg rest. Overall, the room with the rich and cozy fabrics is warm and inviting. The bedroom is an oasis with a private seating area to relax after a busy city day. Beautiful silk and velvet fabric adds richness and comfort. This apartment is drenched in color, details, finishes and texture. In combination, this creates a sophisticated, luxurious and sleek look that is also fresh, dramatic and inviting.

embroidered throw pillows. The large armoire elegantly hides a large flat screen television. The walls are subtly textured in a delicate paint glaze. Lively artwork enlivens the room. The original fireplace is framed by beautifully applied moldings and trim. The dining room walls are upholstered in a deep blue stried velvet fabric. The custom dining chairs are covered in a sumptuous ivory leather. Again, another custom silk carpet grounds the space. The gorgeous table and sideboard are 19th-century French antiques. The artwork is a sensational 18th century Japanese screen. The library is stunning with walls paneled in mahogany and leather. The

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APARTMENT 3

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bedroom 2 kitchen

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BARKLI PARK

Drawing Title: Apartment Layout 3 Nr. 809 Drawing Scale: 1:100 @ A3 Drawing Number: SK-003 Rev: B

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Date: JANUARY11

Drawn: MD

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APARTMENT LAYOUT 3 PLAN

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apartment 3 - n: 809 - 8th floor

CONCEPT DESIGN PRESENTATION option b

FEBRUARY 2011 Project Title:

BARKLI PARK

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Laura Stein Interiors, Inc.

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

David Bagosy

he design scheme of this open concept condo is a contemporary take on Art Deco, emphasized by the play of soft curves and clean lines. The sophisticated palette of warm grey and cream creates a cohesive look throughout the space. Used in paint, fabrics, wallpaper and cabinetry, the mixture of texture, pattern and materials bring the neutral palette to life. Bright yellow accents in bold patterns add a fun, playful vibe that keeps the space feeling fresh for the young homeowners.

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The living room, dining room and kitchen were each given their own distinctive features to create the feeling of separate rooms within the large open floor plan. Lush silk drapery extends throughout the condo, tying one area to the next. In the living room, Asian-inspired chrome coffee tables mimic the curves of the custom sofa and chairs. Upholstered in champagne velvet and cream herringbone chenille, the seating strikes an artfully balance between luxury and comfort. Tiered walnut side tables topped with chrome Art Deco lamps anchor the space. A contemporary teardrop chandelier adds to the glamour, while the accessories and stacks of books balance it with a casual, lived-in feel. A custom writing desk built into the backside of the island separates the living area from the kitchen. This allows the family to use the computer

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linear pendants hang over the work surface to provide suitable lighting without competing with the condo’s showpiece – the dining room chandelier. The oversized polished nickel chandelier is not only the focal point of the dining room, but the signature piece of the condo. Its simple shape, dramatic scale and reflective surface draw immediate attention. The dining room is set apart from the kitchen with an elegant feature wall clad in silvery-grey wallpaper. The dining table, with its semi-circular base, is another nod to Art Deco style. With elegant fabrics, custom furniture, pops of colour and sparkling metals, this condo perfectly reflects the homeowners’ style – sophisticated, cool and glamour.

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Lindsey Coral Harper Interior Design

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estled in the ever-desirable neighborhood of Myer’s Park, Charlotte North Carolina, this house was purchased by a young couple on the move from New York City. This four bedroom home wasn’t a major design challenge as it was mainly in need of a complete aesthetic overhaul. The major renovations were the kitchen and updating the bathrooms and adding a larger closet to the master bedroom. The biggest challenge was our time constraints, the designers completed this project from start to finish in just under four months.

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Each bedroom is cozy and welcoming with fun and unique pieces of furniture and a bright and cheerful color palette. Custom-made linens for Julia B. Linens in Connecticut, make every guest room feel a little more personable and inviting. The designers believe that small attention to detail in each room can make a huge difference. The designers almost always try to incorporate interesting lighting throughout the home. Every room should have a focal point whether it’s the pattern on the walls, such as the entry way or the beautiful fabric in the living room curtains or a giant glass chandelier in the dining room. One of the major changes was in the kitchen. The designers added a banquet for casual seating and a bright punchy table. The original floor was dark wood

and the room was so large that it looked drab in the large gray and white kitchen. So, the floor was painted gray and white, and the result was probably the biggest game changer! The gray and white geometric floor really brings everything to life. The clients are young and like to entertain as much as they like to live in their home. The designers wanted to create a welcome and comfortable space that reflected their personalities. To achieve this, the designers painted or papered every wall and added beautiful window treatments and colorful furnishings. As you can see throughout the home, the designers have used a lot of beautiful and rich paint colors and or textured grasscloth or wall coverings. The result is a twist on the traditional. The house isn’t overly modern nor overly traditional or stuffy.

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All rights reserved

This drawing is the property of Meyer Greeson Paullin Benson and is not to be reproduced or copied in whole or in part, the dimension of which are 24"x36". It is only to be used for the project and site specifically identified herein and is not to be used on any other project without written permission from the Architect. The Contractor is responsible for verifying all field measurements, quantities, dimensions, and related field construction criteria.


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his space is designed for a young family with two kids. Decorator’s idea was to create a cheerful space: modern, but not high-tech, classic but not boring, bright but not blatant. Everything here – from planning to family monogram on lining – was tailor-made. An impressive collection of 20 works of modern art was acquired especially for this project and put into bright colorful frames. All the furniture was made on order, heavy classic textures were replaced by natural linen and cotton. Instead of traditional for Istomin’s project antique items, here he uses mostly vintage. The designer added his favorite touch – wallpaper with large prints on one single wall or even ceiling. Another favourite – extensive use of mirrors, for example, in window jambs, where they reflect the nature outside. “This place is not about ordinary object, ” the designer says, “it’s about emotions and good feelings.” 359


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he designer Benjamin Dhong gave the dining room of a San Francisco house a sumptuous backdrop with gilded wallpaper, Margot by Sandberg. He paired a vintage Knoll tabletop with a Julian Chichester Dakota base and made the rug from broadloom remnants. The plaster Aura chandelier by Alexandre LogÊ adds sculptural interest. The ceiling and trim are painted Stratton Blue by Benjamin Moore. Opposite: A 1950’s Italian candelabra hangs above Louis XVI-style chairs from Tara Shaw.

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The gray walls covered in Kneedler-Fauchère’s Fine Hemp give the living room a “sexy nighttime coziness and sophistication”, the designer says. Lavender silk pillows add a jolt of iridescent color and the viscose rug from Stark “shimmers like a pool of water”. Gleaming polished nickel Porter lamps from Robert Abbey flank the Belgian Slope Arm sofa from Restoration Hardware and William Curtis Rolf photograph, giving the space a garden-room vibe.

Hoefer Design. Two banquettes run the length of a 6.1-m wall in the family room. “I like the ease of going from dining to lounging,” the designer says. “And the room has an expensive feel because it’s not cut in half by a sofa.” The rug from West Elm, the leather dining chairs by Design within Reach, and Panton Chair, Vitra are excellent. The designer created “a textured envelope” with

Eames La Chaise,” he says. “Its white form is pure sculpture. It’s also surprisingly comfortable!” Italian wall panel, Tara Shaw. Catella rug, the Rug Company. Opposite: the designer balanced the “masculine strength” of the custom bed with a vintage Curtis Jere brass porthole mirror and gold Murano glass lamps by Steve Jensen from William Switzer: “I like the geometry of clean, straight lines and hard angles, but it can be oppressive. The circular elements are compelling and

Reproduction Egg chairs face a vintage coffee table attributed to Karl Springer. Garden stools, the VanCleve Collection. Emily Scheibal plaster sculpture, Myra

monochromatic elegance in the master bedroom using a silk wallcovering-Murmur by Lori Weitzner. “In this sea of tans, beiges, and taupes, we inserted an

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This spectacular villa designed by Kelly Hoppen MBE and situated in the picturesque south of France near Antibes was a challenge for the celebrated British interior designer. The London-based client, who had a traditional taste, wanted a very classic home, something with lots of colour and something very beautiful, but not too feminine in its overall look. As with all of her projects, the designer started with a neutral base and then built on this with accents of colour in each

Heveningham dining table, whilst relishing the spectacular views from the terrace. The light linen fabrics used for the cushions contribute to the relaxed feel while the ornate Guadarte chandeliers add a touch of glamour. With the eye-catching pink Moissonnier table at the centre as well as the pink velvet borders on the curtains, the entrance hall is a truly unique space and quite different to anything the designer has designed before. The clients’ favourite colour is

large double windows, the study is a beautiful, understated room in which one can relax. The touch of orange on the India Mahdavi stools can also be seen on the beautiful vintage cushion coverings the designer has elegantly designed in the living room with an Andrew Martin sofa and striking black chairs from Collection Pierre. The collection of black ipe cavalli coffee tables at the centre of the room are complimented by the dramatic black and white accessories and the

room using stunning fabrics, art and star pieces of furniture, such as the pink Moisonnier table in the entrance hall. The stunning outdoors area has been designed

pink so Kelly has undoubtedly remained loyal to the brief. A Birgit Israel chandelier hangs elegantly over the table and the floor to ceiling windows naturally light

beautiful black and white Birgit Israel lamps. The designer decided here to stick with her neutral colour palette as she felt the formal living spaces should be more neutral areas where the whole

to be a space where families and friends can enjoy food and conversation around the beautiful

the room beautifully. With plenty of natural light flooding in through the

family and all of their individual tastes come together in a harmonious way.

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he client for this project is a fun, loving, and lively person. The designers felt her unique sole should be present through her home’s personality. Her family’s home should be in tune with their love for art and top notch elements; whether it was an accessory or a lighting piece, the designers buckled it down to the last detail. The client wanted a vacation house; meaning it must be fresh, fun, and ought to give an airy feel of the space, and become an escape zone from anything routine like. This dictated and influenced the use of bright colors, nature inspired patterns and textures in almost every corner of the space. This dictated and influenced the use of bright colors, nature inspired patterns and textures in almost every corner of the space. 391


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The design is colorful and vibrant to essentially resemble its inhabitants and therefore, the project was named “The House of Joy”. The concept behind this home design was to work on vivacious styles, soft and sturdy textures and interpret colors in each space in a homogenous yet uniquely illustrated for the personal space. Starting from the entrance, the reception area wall speaks out with wave like textures that creates movement and adds dynamism to the space. The designers also added a beautiful sturdy Versace console and a sculpture by international artist Bruno Catalano that gave the space a well grounded feel. The main entrance wall is then contrasted with a subtle Oriental Moucharabieh that separates the TV family room, and the main living space. A mirror is then integrated in this element to give the illusion of a greater perspective to the

space. Pop art works such as “Hands up” by Donadini and “Taxi” by Gerstein are displayed in the family room showcasing the collection of the client. As entering the reception area, the elegance of the space as a whole is demonstrated through the fine points of our execution and custom designed furniture, which made this space one of a kind residence. The classical mixed-style furniture made the Vick Vanlian way and contrasted with the bright colors, nature-inspired patterns and textures; every corner of the space sends positive vibes and energy. Sophisticated wall and ceiling treatments, as well as lighting selections and accessories are what made it so sensuous. As shifting from one space to another, the transitions are studied carefully and made visible by the use of colors and a strong design backbone. Pop art works, rugs of floral or geometric motifs, personalized added details, all masterfully orchestrated together with elegance to convey the free, life loving, joyful personalities and lives of the owners.

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This iconic project offers the four YOO-

The colours and materials are drawn from a

inspired by Starck design palettes: Minimal, Classic, Nature and Culture. These styles

gentle spectrum of natural hues: pale, sun and sea bleached wood, and sand and

were created to accommodate different looks and moods through a selection of

pebble-grey mixed with soft green. Culture encapsulates YOO’s passion

textures, materials and finishes. The spirit of Minimal is clean and calm – a modern

for appropriating the most beautiful and exquisitely produced objects and ideas

edge, incorporating glass, metal, concrete and neutral colours allowing for the mind to

from the past, and placing them alongside the most amazing designs of today. The

find space, to meditate and consider. Minimal is ideal for those who want to add

result is an intriguing mix with a captivating tension. Rooted in richness and boldness,

their own layers and ideas. It can work as a simple start in deciding how you want to live

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connoisseur with an understanding and enjoyment of the finer things in life. Classic is deeply tactile and sensual, appealing to all the senses with soft leathers, dark woods and lots of mahogany. This is a sophisticated style with a strong mix of classic elements and contemporary objects. The nature palette is for those who love to live with fresh air, blue sky, the smell of rising sun, purity and simplicity. This style draws its inspiration from the widespread and deep routed desire of city dwellers to bring nature into the urban environment.

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The proposal brings an Art Deco inspiration, due to the building where it takes place. The architectonical references were all incorporated, for instance, the large windows with its frames and finishing made in travertine marble and the original glass bricks, dividing the internal spaces, “acting together” with the new loft's concept. The 120 m 2 loft was articulated in rooms such as living room, dining room, a gourmet kitchen and the master bedroom – all of them have the same white Silestone flooring. On the entrance, there is an atrium with a library and a suspended fireplace. The carbon blue wall behind Hilal Sami Hilal’s art was painted by the artist Mario de Angelis.

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The living room composed by 2 vis a vis sofas from the designers Guild leads the attention to the unfilled partition that divides the social and the private areas. The art déco inspiration can also be seen through the Tom Dixon's pendants that are on top of the dining table. The composition explores the combination of black and white through different textures and also the brazilian design through the usage of MF5 armchairs made by Carlos Millan. In order to create a cozy atmosphere, the shades of beiges and greys were used on finishings with leather, velvet and suede. The atemporality was reached by the usage of round shaped furnishing, with tapestry and some vintage references from the 1940’s, 1950’s and 1960’s.

The planned furniture located in the gourmet kitchen, in the couple’s bedroom, in the bathroom and in the library were made by Florense, with artisanal furnishing's characteristic. The possibility to see the bathroom from the bedroom through the folding screen 30 cm × 80 cm, by Mellone + Associados, creates a delicacy and makes clear that the lighting system was fundamental to the project. This lighting project was signed by Guinter Parschalk who gave a different character to each space. Inside the bathroom, there is a marble sculpted wall that received a special attention with effects of lights and shadows.


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This family Penthouse located in Singapore was totally renovated by Viterbo ID. The condo was built in the 1980’s and the unit needed a major renovation to accommodate the family of six that recently moved from Europe do Singapore. Their main request is to make this apartment a “home� , not only a house and comfortable to have friends over. The interior style is Contemporary European with an Asian flare. In terms of the decor, the residence stands out a balance between formal and casual, with a range of traditional and modern furnishings. The dining room is inviting with a big dining table with 10 seats, ideal for intimate dinners with friends. The contemporary artworks are strategically displayed in order to fill the long and wide corridors . All the loose furniture and fabrics were sourced in Europe.

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The design of the duplex apartment expresses a distinctly modern African attitude that is current with today’s demands of fast paced city living. The apartment is a space of calm and serenity for reenergising, relaxing within, floating above the city streets of its location. Using these criteria as the foundation of the design direction, the interior is a stylised and dynamic clutter free space that is a forward thinking, contemporary luxury urban space

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INDEX ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

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We would like to thank everyone involved in the production of this book, especially all the artists, designers, architects and photographers, for their kind permission to publish their works. We are also very grateful to many other people whose names do not appear on the credits but who have provided assistance and support, for their contribution of images, ideas and concepts, as well as their creativity to be shared with readers around the world.

The people involved in the book are:

Jay Jeffers

Mary Anne Smiley

Shirley Meisels

Jay Jeffers is recognized as one of his generation’s most dynamic designers.

Ms. Smiley, recognized by her peers as one of the top designers in Dallas,

Shirley Meisels graduated with a degree in design from Ryerson University. She

Named by Elle Décor to its A-List of the country’s top interior designers, Jay

was born in Seminole, Oklahoma and is an honor graduate of Oklahoma State

spent 13 years in the print and television industry as a stylist where she worked

brings his signature cool, collected style to every project. Since founding the

University.

with media from all over the world.

firm in 1999, he has designed homes in San Francisco, wine country, Tahoe,

One of the first designers registered in the State of Texas after passing the

Shirley’s ability to merge classic with edgy design elements combined with

NCIDQ exam, Ms. Smiley is a member of ASID, and is qualified in AutoCAD.

her dynamic personality quickly caught the attention of Toronto’s design

She has been featured in a myriad of publications, and is the recipient of

community. Principal designer of MHouse Inc. she has been featured in

All projects at Jeffers Design Group are led by Jay and a Lead Designer that

numerous awards for excellence in design.

numerous publications and media including the Steven and Chris Show,

manages the team. Jay purposely keeps his team small and focused. As a

Ms. Smiley has been on the Best Designers in Dallas list for the past 10 years,

CityLine, Chatelaine, Style at Home, and Canadian House and Home. Her

New York, Los Angeles and beyond. In 2013, Ritz-Carlton tapped Jay to design signature spaces for the Ritz-Carlton Residences Lake Tahoe.

result, they have the ability to take on any size project – from an 800-squarefoot apartment to a 2,323 m2 estate and everything in between. Jay launched his first retail space, Cavalier by Jay Jeffers, in 2012 to showcase his debut furniture collection, as well as a carefully-curated selection of furnishings and accessories by local and international artists. Jay’s work has been featured in showhouses, books and publications worldwide.

and was celebrated in 2013 as one of the FAB FIVE TOP DESIGNERS IN DALLAS by Luxe and Roche Bobois. Ms. Smiley’s love of all things creative and artistic began as a child and included primitive architectural drawings. Upon enrolling in Architecture in the 1960’s she was informed by the Dean that “women don’t enroll in architecture”. Undaunted, she enrolled in Fine Art and Interior Design.

work was most recently featured at the Toronto Interior Design Show 2014 and chosen amongst the Best of Houzz 2014 for the second consecutive year. Shirley’s unique aesthetic is often described as modern, yet warm and approachable.


Vick Vanlian

Heather Garrett

Laura Stein

Born in Beirut Lebanon of Armenian heritage, Realized his passion for design

In 2001, Heather moved to North Carolina from New York City, where she

Laura is one of Toronto’s most prominent and highly-visible decorating

at age 7. Being engulfed in the world of design at a young age though the

had attended Parsons for interior design and honed her skills in NYC under

professionals, having won considerable acclaim for her personalized design

family business; Vick attended his first Milan furniture fair with his father at the

the tutelage of French designer Robert Couturier. The change prompted

style, insights on cutting-edge trends, and customized furnishings. Her work

age of 10. He grew an eye for details and quality. Spent his childhood and

Heather, who then opened her own firm, to fine-tune an ability to work within

has been nationally and internationally recognized with multiple industry

high school years between Beirut, New York and Montreal. Studied Interior

a variety of interior styles and settings… from French Modern to American

awards, including the 2014 National Kitchen and Bath Association 1st Place

Architecture at the Lebanese American University (LAU) and graduated with

Traditional. She has happily developed an accessible, signature style

Award in the large bathroom category, the 2013 Canadian Decorators’

high distinction in 2000.

which combines practicality (kids, pets, and red wine are facts of life!) with

Association Gold Award for interior decorating, the 2013 and 2014 Best

With this sense of design, he completed his first interior design project while

a variety of sophisticated surface texture – plaster, hide, velvet, linen – and

of Houzz Award, and the 2011 Consumer Choice Award for Best Interior

extraordinary lighting. Heather’s belief in organic ornamentation (that nothing

Decorator in the city of Toronto. Laura is frequently featured as an industry

made by man is as beautiful as that found in nature) helps define her spaces

expert in newspapers, magazines, web sites and television across Canada

as living and subtly grounded. Heather's commercial and residential work has

and the United States. She is also a regular contributing writer for Canadian

been published in American magazines Traditional Home, Elle Decor, Food &

Home Trends magazine.

Wine, Rue, Southern Living, Garden & Gun, and numerous blogs and online

Working within her fresh yet timeless style, she develops each design based

of projects ranging from Apartments to Palaces, Restaurants, Bars and Hotels always showing the different aspects of his fun and loving personality in his designs, which are eclectic, luxurious and pop out of the ordinary, embracing the pop culture of the moment. Quickly, he gained success in the Middle East with clients that include royalty, prominent business people, and famous Arab singing sensations. With a new furniture line under his own name, he has gained recognition in the European and International design scene, and has a significant impact to the

publications including Apartment Therapy, The New York Times, and A Shaded View On Fashion. Heather was honored to be named to “The Creative Class” by Garden & Gun in 2012, one of Traditional Home’s “New Trad Designers” in

on the unique personality and lifestyle of her client. Backed by a team of highly skilled contractors, workrooms, and artisans, she has built her business on a reputation of exceeding clients’ expectations and guiding them on a stress-free

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he was in second year of design school. Since then he has had an overflow

2013, and awarded “Best of Houzz” for three years running, 2012-2014.

journey to a beautiful home. Laura is an accredited interior decorator, member of the Canadian Decorators’

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Association, the National Kitchen and Bath Association, and the Canadian

Benjamin Dhong

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Association of Women Executives and Entrepreneurs.

D’Aquino Monaco Inc.

Kelly Hoppen for YOO

Based in San Francisco, Benjamin Dhong is an nationally recognized interior

Kelly Hoppen for YOO is headed up by Creative Director Kelly Hoppen MBE.

Combining their expertise, interior designer Carl D’Aquino and architect

designer who creates quietly luxurious interiors that feel restrained - never

Hoppen is best known as the interior designer whose calm, elegant aesthetic

Francine Monaco established the progressive and stylish firm, D’Aquino

overproduced.

has permeated our consciousness and achieved an iconic and much imitated

Monaco in 1998. Their firm has emerged as one of the few international design

Though Benjamin began in the world of finance, he discovered his love of

status.

& architecture firms who still work personally with clients as a boutique firm

design organically, on a vacation in Italy in 2004.

After starting her business at the age of just sixteen, Kelly is now able to

would, but provide full architectural and interior design services bringing charm

In this inspiring setting, he met an established designer, who soon after their return became a mentor and entrée into the design profession.

Just 2 years later, Benjamin launched his own interior design firm, which is known for considered interiors that are neither strictly traditional nor entirely

minimal. Rooms are intelligent and balanced – a fresh mix of sophisticated

colors, textures, and shapes. He favors classic interiors that have been reinterpreted with a bold fresh eye.

In every project, Benjamin devotes a tremendous attention to detail, such that every element is carefully selected to inspire calm and reflect an eye for all that

is chic. More than anything else, Benjamin Dhong Interior Design aims for an elegance that is effortless.

Fabio Galeazzo

Know for joining together beauty and sustainability, Fábio Galeazzo work with timelessness. Creative in everything he proposes, he don’t repeats himself, his work has soul, where the past and the comtemporary live together in total harmony. He plays with the diachrony completely free and this is one of the trademarks of his language. Reread the time in the objects and the objects of time with his own style. In 2004, founded Galeazzo Design, a multidiciplinary company of architecture, interior design and product development, with a young and aligned team, being awarded nationally and internationally. His work is gaining prominence among the internacional press and it’s been published in more than 50 countries.

look back over 34 years of design achievements. As a child, Kelly moved from Cape Town to Chelsea with her parents and older brother, Michael. Her favourite hobby was viewing show flats with her design conscious mother. It is

and character to newly built large scale homes and luxurious apartments. In addition to a large portfolio of high end residential clients, their work includes a number of hospitality and commercial corporations such as The Ritz-Carlton

from her mother that Kelly’s entrepreneurial streak flourished.

and La Prairie and as well as private owners and real estate developers.

The Kelly Hoppen for YOO style fuses together the eastern principles of

Over the years, the firm has been published in numerous national and

simplicity and balance with the western tastes for sumptuous textures and luxurious finishes. When designing for a specific space Kelly not only trusts her intuition and emotional intelligence; she is also rigorous in using a grid system to analyse space, delineate vistas, impose structure and establish order. Some

of Kelly Hoppen for YOO’s most renowned projects include Barkli Virgin House, Moscow and Lodha Estrella, Mumbai.

international design publications, and was named “Best of the Best” by The Robb Report, as well as listed in House Beautiful and Metropolitan Home in their top designer listings. Both Carl D’Aquino and Francine Monaco were individually inducted into the Interior Design Hall of Fame in 2007 for their body of work and are recipients of the 2012 Benjamin Moore Hue Award for their body of work.

Jimmie Martin

YOO Inspired by Starck

Jimmie Martin, are interior design specialists who bring the “unthinkable” to life.

YOO Inspired by Starck is led by Creative Director Philippe Starck. Starck

Unlike other interior design companies scale is a factor that is not thought of

needs no introduction – he’s undoubtedly the world’s most revered living

in the usual measures as work varies from Jimmie Martins own award-winning

designer. For four decades, he has liberally spread his creativity and

custom made one-off pieces to larger scaled unique environments that meet

ideas across the design landscape, putting his mark on everything from

the demands of the client to the exact specifications. They are notorious for

toothbrushes, motorbikes, sanitary ware, restaurants and even the presidential

creating innovative designs that have attracted a commendable list of celebrity

Elysee Palace. One of the originators of the boutique hotel interior, and

clientele from the likes of Madonna to Kelly Hoppen. Based in Kensington,

currently putting finishing touches to the ultra-grand Royal Monceau Hotel in

London, the projects range from residential to commercial environments

Paris, Philippe’s influence on the way we live now is everywhere – in our uses

with high-end stylish, eye-catching design at the forefront of all their work as

of colour, materials and space, and in our desire for good design at every

commended by Andrew Martin in his Interior Design Review Volume 16 as well

juncture. In 1999, Starck joined forces with John Hitchcox to establish YOO.

as this years Volume 17.

Their aim: to create truly extraordinary living spaces. His brand at YOO, YOO Inspired by Starck, has seen the successful design of over 7000 homes around the world.


Ghislaine Viñas

Kemble Interiors, Inc.

approaches her work with a blend of international sensibility, intuitive style and refreshing enthusiasm. The firm takes a bold approach to their projects and their signature style often makes use of intensely saturated color. Their work is fun and graphic yet there is an attention to detail which is what makes each project so unique and offers their clients one-of-a-kind design solution. Ghislaine Viñas established her interior design studio in 1999. Since then she has successfully completed many projects, both commercial, residential and in hospitality throughout the US, including apartments, townhouses, loft, art galleries, office, café’s and homes. Shortly after starting her own firm, Ghislaine’s work was published in Interior Design Magazine. Since then her work has graced countless magazine covers and she has been featured internationally in magazines like Elle Decor, Architectural Digest, Interior Design. The firm has received many awards including two Interior Design Best of Year awards as well as 3 Interior Design Best Of Year Merit awards.

Kemble Interiors, Inc. was founded in 1982 by Palm Beach native Mimi Maddock McMakin. McMakin has been recognized for her distinctive fusion of whimsy with respectful restoration in many a storied Mizner, Volk, and Urban

Olga Stupenko is the head and creative heart of the company Olga Stupenko Design, author of various successful projects, an interior designer and an

designed estate or club. She has over 40 years of experience bringing comfort

architect.

and beauty to the homes of her clients across America.

During more than 10 years of intensive professional practice, Olga has

Her daughter and partner in the New York office of Kemble Interiors, Celerie

established a reputation for creating elegant and sophisticated interiors,

Kemble claims her childhood was in many ways a design tutorial spent around construction sites, antique stores, and in the unique homes designed by her mother. A graduate of Harvard, Celerie worked briefly in film production before quickly succumbing to what she calls a compulsion for design and the creation of thoughtful interiors that “put the person in the place”. Since then, she has

which blend the classic with the contemporary. Her work is able to articulate clients’ needs and ideas to create unique, stylish homes. Olga’s clear vision of proportion and compatibility of texture and materials combined creates unique atmosphere of space. Elaboration of the detail planning, and the author’s guidance through the project guarantee successful outcome of polished

spent the past fifteen years cultivating a portfolio of much publicized residential

design of residential and commercial spaces.

and commercial interiors that are as unique and diverse as her clientele.

The philosophy transcending the projects – space affects and fills you with

The firm’s success is a reflection of both Mimi and Celerie’s quirky design

energy and emotions. Tactile and visual effects ensure harmony. You feel

ethos, which balances the aesthetic integrity of the project with the needs/ personality of the client. To create a successful interior, the process must be well-managed, the client’s needs and dreams carefully considered, and the budget respected.

happy and inspired, comfortable and interested at the same time. Luxurious ambience pervades; the design proportions and combinations give a sense of timelessness while contrasts deepen the space. Accurate analytical planning

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Born in the Netherlands and raised in South Africa, Ghislaine Viñas

Olga Stupenko

ensures functionality and comfort; lighting solutions excite the imagination and

Brian del Toro

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Sherrill Canet

New Zealand-born interior designer Sandra Nunnerley lives in New York City,

Brian graduated from the Maryland Institute, College of Art, with course

Sherrill Canet, the principal designer of Sherrill Canet Interiors, is in high

where she runs a design studio specializing in high-end residential projects.

work in Florence, Italy, and Oxford, England. Upon graduation he returned

demand by clients and architects for her fresh and elegant approach to

W magazine has called her one of the most fashionable designers, she has

to New York City to work for various firms prestigious firms, including Parish

traditional style. Sherrill Canet is noted for her ability to create stunning interiors

been featured in Architectural Digest's list of the 100 most influential designers,

Hadley Associates Inc starting in 1993. He continued his career with David

incorporating her love of antiques, custom fittings and fine detail into gracious,

and House & Garden (UK) named her in their international guide of leading

Kleinberg Design Associates Inc and Bunny Williams Inc, both of whom were

comfortable and remarkable settings.

designers. Her work has appeared in numerous publications, including The

also Parish Hadley Alumni. He launched his own firm, Brian del Toro Inc in

World of Interiors, Elle Decor, and Vogue Living.

2010. His interiors reflect a sense of comfort and elegance with an updated

Sherrill Canet Interiors consists of two fully staffed locations with complete

Nunnerley has worked on prestigious residential interior design commissions around the world – ranging from urban apartments and town houses to tropical getaways, country homes and estates – for more than 20 years.

Fans of Nunnerley's graceful and global vision appreciate her attention to every subtle detail in splendid residences, many of which display important

art collections and dramatic architecture. Nunnerley combines inspiration, imagination and – essentially – reality, to create serene and very individual spaces.

traditionalism, using a mix of contemporary and antique pieces, and a tailored

use of color. His passion for his work provides interiors for his clients which are both stylish and reflective of his clients lives. His love of art, architecture,

and the decorative arts is always reflected in his eclectic aesthetic. His work has appeared in “Elle Décor”, Hampton’s Haven’s, “House and Garden”,

“Connecticut Cottages and Gardens”, and “Hampton Cottages and Gardens”

design service capabilities, from initial concepts and working drawings to placement of final accessories. The firm has designed important residential projects across the country and internationally for high-profile clients in business, sports, and the arts. The firm’s projects range in scope from new construction projects with superior design and project management to major renovations and interior design and decoration.

and “Traditional Home”. He has participated in both the Kips Bay Show House and the Hampton Designer Show house. Brian has completed projects in New York, NY, Greenwich, CT, Bridgehampton, NY, Scottsdale, AZ, Le Jolla, CA, Palm Beach, FA, Bermuda and London.

Tineke Triggs

John Marx

Rabaut Design Associates, Inc

Tineke Triggs, Founder & Principal, Artistic Designs for Living (ADL). Tineke

Rabaut Design Associates is an award winning, boutique styled, full service

John Marx has designed over 150 buildings in 11 different countries around

found her passion for design when building her second home in wine country.

interior design firm located in Atlanta, Georgia. They have extensive

the world. These projects comprise a diverse range of complex building types

Her unique ability to understand design concepts and transform them

experience in both residential and commercial projects throughout the United

including office, athletic, civic, retail, hotel and mixed use. Consistent within

into creative living solutions has garnered much attention from the design

States, and have designed more than 50 million square feet of space.

this group is a deep concern for listening to clients needs, while creating

community. Tineke started ADL in 2002 with the understanding that a design project must be managed by blending right-brain creativity with left-brain project management. She believes in pushing limits and breaking rules to create truly unique spaces with lasting appeal.

A look through Rabaut’s portfolio reveals a variety of project styles and types. The firm nurtures the unique goals and preferences of every client, such that no two Rabaut Design interiors look alike. They listen and mix clients desires with their design epiphanies to give their clients spaces that reflect the best versions of them. Rabaut Design Associates has received countless design excellence awards from both the International Interior Design Association and the American Society of Interior Designers. Rabaut has been published in many interiors and architecture books as well as many local, regional and national magazines.

designs of the highest quality and thoughtfulness. His design work has been published in several books, as well as Architectural Record, Space Magazine, FORM, ARCADE, Arts and Architecture, and Computer Graphics World. Mr. Marx has won numerous international design competitions, and AIA Awards. For 5 years, Mr. Marx was a lecturer at the University of California, Berkeley, where he taught a course on Digital Design. Mr. Marx has lectured around the world on design issues, including Korea, Austria, Italy, Australia, Canada, and Israel.


Denise Barretto

Massimo Speroni

Stefano Dorata

Massimo Speroni is the founder and designer of Massimo Interiors, which

Stefano Dorata is an architect and designer who has realized projects in many

Presbiteriana Mackenzie and post-graduated in Landscaping at FAU-USP.

provides interior design and decorating undertaking residential projects,

different environments: villas, apartments, hotels, apartment blocks, offices,

She is dedicated to the elaboration of differentiated projects in residential

including new build homes, renovations, apartment fit-outs and decorative

lofts and chalets, in the country, in the mountains and at the seaside, and

refurbishments. Born in Milano, Italy, Massimo unconsciously acquired the

yachts-floating homes, that is. Published in books and magazines in many

grandeur and the diligent character of his hometown setting a magical

countries, his houses are never predictable or banal, nondescript standard

backdrop for Massimo’s natural creative inspiration. With a degree in graphic

models that can be replicated anywhere to meet any of the client’s needs.

design, Massimo arrived in Australia searching for freedom and inspiration.

They are, on the contrary, houses conceived as one-off artifacts, the balance

Upon his arrival he studied a Masters in Multimedia in Design and furthered

synthesis of a strong creative impulse and careful attention to the client’s needs

his education in Interior Design and Decoration, capitalising on the passion

and desires that, however, rejects the famous aphorism of Ernesto Nathan

and flair that has always come naturally to him. As a designer, Massimo’s work

Rogers – the great architect who was the theoretician of the BBPR group –

is a projection and extension of himself. He does not subscribe to a particular

according to which “the client is the person without whom it’s impossible to

source or influence; however, the presence of the Italian masters in his work is

create architecture, but with whom it’s even more difficult to produce it”. This is

Barretto and her team are constantly concerned about the finest details of

unmistakable, even if on an unconscious level. This culminates in interiors that

because Dorata gets on very well with its clients, managing – without too much

each project, taking part the hole process that includes since a personal

inject grandeur and personality into his clients’ homes, while still maintaining

effort, but with subtle maieutic flexibility- to take on board their requirements

interior design proposal until the final project execution. The architectural

the serenity and comfort expected in a private setting. Massimo likes to mix the

and metabolize them into his architectural language, transforming them into

image of stores like H.Stern, Chocolat du Jour, Baked Potato, Costume, Brasif

old and the new into an eclectic blend of periods and styles with a definite wow

creative ideas that fuel and sustain the project.

Shopping, Brooksfield Donna and Avon brings the signature of the Architect.

factor creating beautiful everlasting and modern luxury designs. What makes

Her brand is present in Brazil and in several other countries like Israel, United

Massimo’s work unique is his undeniable ability to put them together and make

States, Mexico, Panama, Peru, Argentina, Uruguai, Portugal, Spain, France,

them work every single time. Massimo has won acclaim and admiration for

Italy, Switzerland, Germany, England, Czech Republic, Russia, Qatar, Kuwait,

his design and creativity in his native Italy, and has recently found a faithful

Arabic Emirates, Kazakhstan, China and Korea. Radisson and Sheraton are

following in Australia. He is currently based in Melbourne.

name and has a team with 8 professionals, besides the experienced partners and suppliers. The Atelier Boutique concept results on the elaboration of exclusive projects with a contemporary approach. The space’s functionalism and the integration between the interior and the landscaping are the main premise to have modern and sophisticated projects.

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Denise was graduated in Architecture and Urbanism at Universidade

Viterbo Interior Design

Mariangel Coghlan

Juliana Petrati

Mariangel Coghlan is a Mexican DESIGN agency where we think that the

Founded in 1971, in Portugal, Viterbo Interior Design is presently an

Juliana Petrati studied archiceture in the Pontificy Catholic University and she

possibility to provide different solutions in each opportunity, to confront different

international reference brand whose mission is to create lifestyles by turning an

has worked in interior design since 10 years ago. She has many publications

creative challenges, and to have a genuine interest for developing our ideas is

art form into a profession. With a working history of over 40 years of experience

in Designs and interiors’ Magazines in Brazil. Moreover, she was the winner of

what infuses our endeavors with a passion for life. 


and dedication to the world of Interior Architecture and Decoration, Viterbo ID

Decor’s Awards of Santa Catarina - Brazil for 2 years and have had publication

sets itself apart for its uniqueness and genuine commitment to the Creation of

about Design in TVs Shows. About the projects made are: Some apartments

our clients and to exceed their expectations. We reinvent spaces with the firm

exclusive, personalized ambiances for each client.

all over Brazil, Some Hotels in South of Brazil, Expo Design Casa Cor Santa

belief that it is possible to have an ideal space and that such space contributes

Anticipating trends, the timeless style created by Viterbo sets itself apart; by the

Catarina 2010/2014, Some interiors projects of Boats and Yathcs in South of

to the enhancement of our quality of life. 


way, it combines its experience with the daringness of the new, the classical

We care about people and it is for them that we design; we strive to surprise

We are conscious of the fact that design has to be directed to the search for beauty and happiness. In our firm, starting from our inspiration platform, our

technical capacities, our experience, and, above all, our invaluable human

Brazil.

with the contemporary, resorting to unexpected materials, to the mastery of craftsmen and to the unconditional dedication of a specialized, multifaceted team.

resources, we work towards the goal of contributing in the creation of a better world.

ANTONI ASSOCIATES

Pepe Calderin Design

Mauricio Arruda Design

Antoni Associates is the Interior Design and Décor division of the iconic

Pepe Calderin Design is a New York and Miami-based interior design firm

Mauricio Arruda Design is a creative design office working in Architecture,

architectural firm SAOTA - Stefan Antoni Olmesdahl Truen Architects based

dedicated to designing high-end residential and commercial spaces strongly

Interior, Product and Temporary Design.

in Cape Town. Over the past decade, Antoni Associates has become known

saturated with energy and warmth. With over 20 years of experience, the firm

for creating some of the most exclusive interiors in South Africa as well as

has earned national and international design accolades for a variety of spaces,

In their team they have architects, designers, business administrators, and

international locations including Paris, Moscow, Dubai, New York, London and

styles, and a portfolio that spans over four continents.

Geneva. This dynamic and innovative practice conceptualises and creates

Pepe Calderin Design has garnered recognition for its fresh, energetic,

contemporary interior spaces and bespoke décor for the full spectrum of interior design briefs which includes domestic, hospitality, retail, corporate and leisure sectors. Their interiors meet the international standard of being modern, luxurious and seductive while at the same time remaining understated and timeless and in tune with the delights of quality living demanded by their discerning clients.

visionary approach to the modern design process, where the philosophy is “a space has no boundaries, and has limitless possibilities”. Creating an open, dynamic environment where one can thrive and grow serves as the core initiative. Through the fostering of an intimate connection with the client, each project becomes a distinctive reflection of their unique personality, lifestyle and spirit.

other professionals with diferent knowledge and abilities to have a greater view of their projects and challenges. Brasility, identity and memory are present in their work and project solutions, they also have legitimate concern and respect with environmental, social and cultural issues. They search for innovation and specific solutions for each issue to respond to different characteristics and needs of their clients.


KOLENIK Eco Chic Design

Lindsey Coral Harper

Kirill Istomin

A new generation of interior designers is emerging in the Netherlands. Robert

Originally from Cartersville, Georgia and a graduate of the University of

Mr. Istomin’s fine arts degree in interior design and decoration is from Parsons

Kolenik is in the forefront of this young group. With his characteristic “Eco Chic”

Georgia, Lindsey moved to New York City in pursuit of a career in interior

School of Design in New York. He began his career with one of the leading

style, Kolenik is responsible for the interiors of leading clubs, hotels, restaurants

design. After interning with Ralph Lauren in London, Lindsey accepted a

New York society interior design firms, Parish – Hadley. The client list of this

and private residences. The designer works mainly with fair, preferably

position with the well-known decorating firm Richard Keith Langham, Inc. in

venerable company includes such luminaries as Jacqueline Kennedy, Brooke

ecological and unique materials.

Manhattan. Working with Mr. Langham for eight years, Lindsey was inspired to

Astor, Oscar De la Renta, and the Rockefeller family.

The results are timeless and custom-made interiors. Luxurious, warm and high-

establish her own residential interior design firm in 2007. Lindsey also adds to

Parish – Hadley afforded Mr. Istomin an unparalleled experience collaborating

end. An ever growing group of clients knows how to find him. And not only

her credit freelance work for the Savannah College of Art & Design in Lacoste,

with the patriarch of American design Albert Hadley, on projects in New York,

because he is able to make an overall concept. It’s because of his typical style

France as well as work for Dorothy Draper & Co., Inc.

and use of durable materials that appeal to a wide audience.

Lindsey’s travels both here and abroad have influenced her sense of style

Istomin's professional expertise.

Robert, graduated as an economist, always had a wide interest in art,

as much as the genteel South. Fresh, young and modern with a twist on the

With 10 years of professional experience in New York behind him, Mr.

architecture and design. After travelling around the world as a model, this feeling was only stimulated more, which led him to work in his father’s

South Hampton, and Palm Beach. This creative experience finely honed Kirill

traditional, Lindsey’s designs radiate bold pattern, texture and color. She is able to transform a residence into a highly comfortable, personal and welcoming

Istomin started his own firm with the main focus on high-end residential and commercial interior design and decoration. Mr. Istomin has expanded his

construction company. He wanted to see if he could put his creative ideas

space for any client.

into practice. The focus of the company shifted from contractor jobs to interior

Although based in New York City, Lindsey currently has clients all over the

design collections of wall papers, fabrics, and upholstery.

jobs. In 2005, Robert took over the company and made it his own. With his

country and some as far away as London and Montreal. Her work has been

background as an economist and his innate sense of aesthetics, he not only

published in several national shelter publications as well as many lifestyle

Mr. Istomin’s projects in the high-end residential and commercial designs field

knows how to make something beautiful but at the same time he knows how to

magazines and blogs.

make it commercial and saleable.

Lindsey is also the co-founder of Lamshop, an American made bespoke

design talents to include custom furniture, interior accessories, and his own

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France, and Great Britain.

JANIE K. HIRSCH

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furniture and accessories line which was established in 2008.

Jamie Herzlinger

SAOTA-Stefan antoni oimesdahi truen architects

A graduate of Louisiana State University with a Bachelor of Interior Design from

Interior Designer, Jamie Herzlinger, has established herself as a sought-after

SAOTA - Stefan Antoni Olmesdahl Truen Architects, is a firm architectural

the School of Architecture, Janie Hirsch has been designing award-winning

and wellrespected member of the industry. With offices in New York City and

designers and technologists including in-house CGI and marketing teams, as

interiors for over 24 years. Janie, a Louisiana native and the daughter of an

Scottsdale, Jamie’s firm has grown considerably in recent years and has

well as a strong support staff. It is driven by the dynamic combination of Stefan

architect and watercolor artist, landed on her feet in Atlanta following a stint in

enjoyed some fabulous press as of late, including a coveted spot on Traditional

Antoni, Philip Olmesdahl, Greg Truen and Phillippe Fouché who share a potent

New York City working for a lighting designer.

Home’s list of Top 20 Interior Design Firms etc. Jamie is known for her polished,

vision easily distinguished in their design. This, paired with both an innovative

yet exuberant style. She embraces color and bold statements, but the fact

and dedicated approach to the execution of projects, has seen SAOTA

that her aesthetic is rooted in the classics, renders the spaces she designs

become an internationally sought-after brand.

timeless. The brand of Jamie Herzlinger is ever evolving as the design industry

Capitalising on a unique understanding of an ever-evolving industry, SAOTA

As a registered Interior Designer, her approach to design is collaborative and

reflects her clients’ lives, personalities, and lifestyles. Her signature includes an eclectic combination of classic furnishings and antiques with a strong connection to architectural elements. She also uses color as a neutral, along

with texture and pattern to bring a quiet sophistication to client’s homes. Her

style is tailored and timeless. The end result is a design that is inheritable and ages gracefully.

is changing. Demands for an online presence have been acknowledged and therefore helped Jamie to mold two new companies, JAMIESHOP.COM

and JH ONLINE. Jamie takes pride in her ability to imbue every project with

elements of history, philosophy, music and romance. With over 20 years of experience standing behind her and clients nationwide, above all, her work is irresistibly comfortable.

Stanley Anderson

Patricia Hagobian

Stanley Anderson graduated with honors and received his Bachelor of

Patricia Hagobian, who is in its fourth participation at Casa Cor S, is always

Architecture degree from the College of Architecture and Design at Kansas

updated with the trends in the world of architecture and decoration. Her

State University in 1985. He specializes in Interior Architectural projects and

designs are innovative and adventurous, with spaces that seek functionality

has led the Interior Design Studio at Moore Ruble Yudell as a Associate

and comfort. In addition to her participation in Casa Cor since 2011, Patricia

Principal and Director of Interior Design since joining the firm in 2004. Stanley

has in her portfolio several residential and commercial projects of high

has worked on a number of different project types, including academic,

decoration.

commercial, residential, and institutional. Recent completed projects include the College of Arts and Sciences South Lawn Project at the University of Virginia; the MIT Sloan School of Management; United States Embassy in Berlin, Germany; the Camana Bay cinema, office and residential buildings in the Cayman Islands; and a number of private residences. Stanley believes strongly in the relationship between architecture and interior design, and understands that although interior design can act separately from the architecture in which it is contained, it is most successful when it acknowledges its envelope and takes cues from its surrounding exterior environment.

continues to build on past experiences and is well positioned to offer expert services to the corporate, institutional, commercial and residential marketplace. With strong roots in South Africa, now 80% of SAOTA’s clientele is international with cities like Moscow, Sydney, Miami, Dubai and Lagos becoming an increasing source of both interest and business.

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