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The Southwest and East Coast converge in a personality-filled family abode in Alexandria, Virginia, that is just as distinctive and courageous as its designer owner.

When a New York-based designer tackles an oversize SoHo loft, a shocking shade steals the show and softens the industrial feel along with tailored, Asian-inspired dĂŠcor.

A second home in Palm Springs, California, offers a welcome opportunity to bring together bright colors and lively artwork against its midcentury backdrop.

Written by Jorge S. Arango Photography by Angie Seckinger

Written by Jorge S. Arango Photography by Peter Murdock

Written by Laura Mauk Photography by Richard Powers

Designer Ernest de la Torre created this SoHo home around the owner’s favorite color: pink. In the sitting area, chairs are covered in chocolate kidskin by Keleen Leathers and the custom coffee table uses hand-dyed straw marquetry to get its plaid effect. Page 160


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RADAR

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ON TREND

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STYLE MAKERS

An up-close and personal look at artisans and designers who are transforming the industry.

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Check out our carefully curated selection of some of the season’s most luxurious floorcoverings thoughtfully conveyed in three distinct palettes.

KITCHEN + BATH

Luxury and comfort converge in two spaces rich with charisma.

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business of fueling the creative dreams of homeowners, yet it is no simple task, as each project has to resonate with the client and connect with its sense of place. In this annual Gold List issue, we once again celebrate the ideas and visions behind today’s industry tastemakers. While there’s no question that sceneries and lifestyles across the country are diverse, these passionate champions distill it down and share a common thread: imagining and designing homes that ring personal and true. Practical matters, of course, also factor in: When asked what every home needs, designer Thom Filicia answered, “a soul, a point of view, and a spot to make a really great cocktail!”

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Visual voice Artist. Designer. Ambassador. Groundbreaker. There are many ways to leave your mark on the world. For Madeline Weinrib, who debuts her Kuba collection this winter, the trail she has blazed is covered with gorgeous hand-woven flat-weaves in a myriad of hues indicative of her signature style. Take a peek into the dynamic realm of this globetrotting textile maven. written and produced by cara gibbs photography by lesley unruh


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egardless of their creative persuasion there is something that all artists have in common: we all have a voice,” muses rug and textile designer Madeline Weinrib, who began her illustrious career not by practicing her whipstitch or learning to

loom, but rather as a painter. Unsure of exactly how to translate her ideas from canvas to housewares, Weinrib proceeded with caution, initially hesitant to delve into a then male-dominated rug industry. She ultimately took a leap of faith after recognizing that there was great potential, and soon began to flex her artistry while putting her passport to good use, making frequent trips to Turkey, Morocco, Nepal, and India to garner inspiration and cultivate relationships with other craftsmen. “Artisans are masters at what they do,” says Weinrib. “They’ve worked extremely hard to develop their talents.” The many influences and takeaways collected along her journeys find a home inside Weinrib’s Manhattan showroom, an artful space that reflects more than the designer’s aesthetic. “My studio is an extension of my home,” she says. “Everything is chosen with pure love.” From custom floorcoverings and sumptuous fabrics to exquisite furnishings and modern accessories, each offering is designed to inspire clients, honor the bespoke, and spotlight philanthropic endeavors—such as Weinrib’s ambassadorship for Project Mala, an initiative that aims to build schools and provide opportunity in India’s rugproducing region. It is all a part of Weinrib’s greater objective: To have her artistic vision and unmistakable style tightly woven into everything she touches. Says the designer, “It is imperative that whatever I create feels like it is part of my body of work, and that it reflects my point of view—my visual voice.”

Weinrib will be opening two outposts abroad: one in Luke Irwin’s ultrachic London showroom and the other in Mumbai at Bungalow 8. The designer’s enigmatic prints find a home on a Paul McCobb bench, below in Remy, and on the famed silhouettes of three Manolo Blahnik pumps, center. Shown right is an image snapped by Weinrib of the Blue Mosque in Instanbul.

Designer Madeline Weinrib in her Manhattan showroom, wearing a custom jacket by designer Soledad Twombly, who used one of Weinrib’s ikat fabrics on the lining of the sleeves.


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Weinrib began her collection of Indian photography after being inspired by an exhibit seen some 20 years ago at New York’s Sepia Eye Gallery. The designer’s Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, Gemma and Daphne, rest on her Black Mu ikat slipper chair.

This winter, Weinrib debuts the Kuba Collection (Salome is shown above), inspired by vintage African textiles, as well as an assortment of handwoven Moroccan throws, far left, the Purple Sunder umbrella for New York’s Neue Galerie (its Sunder suzani fabric is shown left), and a perfectly packaged Moroccan argan oil, center left. madelineweinrib.com


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collaboration

without borders in her third line with baker, designer laura kirar offers a glimpse into a life well-traveled.

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e’ve created a collection that inspires spaces evocative of an evolved lifestyle: relaxed, elegant, well-traveled, and

thoughtfully composed,” describes designer Laura Kirar of her most recent partnership with Baker. The steadfast furnishings brand is placing Kirar in the driver’s seat for the third time, and in this latest collaboration, she gives us a peek into her personal travels and the art of collecting. Reflecting architectural elements from around the world— such as the lyrical curves of Moorish archways seen in her Arabesque bed—the collection carries an unexpected mix of forms shaped by timeless silhouettes. Each piece speaks of luxury while maintaining a strong raw aesthetic that is often found in Kirar’s creations. “I am thoroughly inspired by historical details and proportions,” explains the designer. “When I spot something ‘perfect’ on my travels I photograph or sketch it, and it lives in my inspiration library.” Citing such influences as Spanish Colonial doors with hammered nailheads and exotic cabinetry from Portugal, Kirar integrates decorative wood finishes with primitive-inspired metalwork. Pieces, like the of attention—from conception, to prototyping, to completion. “Every experience I have—reading, traveling, studying, people I’ve met—is really informative and allows me to constantly change and grow,” says the designer. “Life is what teaches me.”

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HOLDING PATTERN SCHUMACHER DEBUTS AN ANNIVERSARY COLLECTION 125 YEARS IN THE MAKING THAT CHRONICLES ITS OWN RICH HISTORY OF PARISIAN INFLUENCES AND CLASSIC AMERICANA. WRITTEN BY ARLYN HERNANDEZ PRODUCED BY CARA GIBBS

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uch can change over a dozen decades. In fact, most things do: technologies progress; mindsets evolve; styles come, go and come back again. But for textile house Schumacher, who celebrates 125 years in business, one thing has remained pre-

served—authenticity. Founded in the late 1800s by Parisian Frederic Schumacher, the brand remains faithful to the integrity of its patterns’ origins. Take Shengyou Toile, for instance; its charming design still leans on hand-drawn and -engraved techniques today as much as it did in the 18th century, lending exquisite detail.

What has evolved, though, is its pedigree. Collections include those penned by design greats as far back as Dorothy Draper to as recent as Timothy Corrigan. And it has left its own fingerprints throughout the pages of American history in the worlds of politics, cinema and television: During the Kennedy administration, the White House’s Blue Room walls were lined in a Lampas silk, while the silver screen showcased Hydrangea Drape in Gone With the Wind. To celebrate the last 125 years, Schumacher has carefully combed its vast archives to reintroduce 17 old favorites for a new generation. We sat down with Creative Director Dara Caponigro to give us some insight into the storied company and its commemorative collection. WHAT HAS GIVEN SCHUMACHER ITS LASTING POWER? We’ve always

HOW DID YOU NARROW DOWN YOUR SELECTIONS? Ultimately, we

had an underlying respect for classicism with an eye to the future; being innovative, stylish and current with a classic backbone—no matter the decade.

wanted to pick prints that are still relevant. In some cases, we blew up the scale, changed the colorways, even made loose interpretations of originals.

LET’S TALK ABOUT THE ANNIVERSARY COLLECTION.

It reflects the breadth of the Schumacher legacy, our passion for luxury and our history of designer collections. IS THERE A PERSONAL FAVORITE?

I love so many of them for different reasons. Our Serengeti pattern speaks to today’s world. It’s ultraluxurious but also soft and warm. You just want to put your face against it! I also love Citrus Garden; it’s modern yet charming, and so sweet.

WHAT MAKES THESE PATTERNS SO TIMELESS? Good design is good

design; it’ll last forever. Take our Indian Arbre print. The tree of life motif dates back to the 17th century, but people still love it. It’s about understanding your past in order to create something modern. WHAT’S ON TAP FOR THE FUTURE?

We’re looking to focus and expand on the Schumacher brand, and introduce new furniture and products. We recently debuted two wallcovering collections; I think Fabulous Faux is pretty rock and roll. There are a lot of exciting things to come.

Clockwise from top: Schumacher’s Creative Director Dara Caponigro, surrounded by an array of prints from the 125th anniversary collection; an advertisement from 1957 featuring Raymond Loewy’s graphically inclined Cosmopolitan line for the brand, which played the role of muse for Caponigro’s portrait; Schumacher’s Marie Therese side chair donning Iconic Leopard; the handembroidered Callas tape in Jet; an image from the archives.

DARA CAPONIGRO PORTRAIT: MAX KIM-BEE. PRODUCT AND ARCHIVAL PHOTOS: COURTESY SCHUMACHER.

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f you look closely at an antique find, you can see its age spots and laugh lines. And if you listen carefully, you can hear its story. Lighting master David Littman considers this a fascinating phenomenon, and he hopes the time-honored

yet forward-thinking fixtures by Hudson Valley Lighting, Corbett Lighting and Troy Lighting conjure the same sense of curiosity and admiration. Marrying traditional artistry with an innovative, modern approach, the pendants, chandeliers and sconces produced by the lighting trio indeed captivate. With design and manufacturing facilities in New York and California, as well as abroad, the brands engage specialty craftsmen who practice age-old techniques—think handblown glass and lost-wax casting—while employing advanced technologies. Hand finishers apply gold and silver leaf; lavish silks join Japanese papers; and polished crystal juxtaposes organic materials like bamboo and handwoven abaca. And the teams put as much care into creating experiences as they do producing the fixture itself—the shadow the light will cast, the ambience it will create in a room. This year, Hudson Valley continues to bring an updated twist to classic designs, mixing metal, acrylic and tungsten filament bulbs for its lantern-like Andover pendants. Troy takes its sophisticated-casual collection to new depths with Dine N Dash: rustic-pop art fixtures whose embossed and plasma-cut words nod to culinary persuasions. And Corbett makes its fashion-minded Rockstar lights runway-ready with jewelry-inspired agate. They’re three distinct makers telling their own narratives, but each tale ends in a promise of quality and craftsmanship. littmanbrands.com

Littman Brands produces more than 600 new designs per year, incorporating natural elements, mixed metals and jewelry-inspired materials like delicate chains, seen in Corbett’s Vixen, shown right; Corbett’s Chimera pendant is shown far right. Lately, Littman Brands has had a large push for LEDs in the decorative arena, led by innovations through another one of its companies, CSL (Creative Systems Lighting).


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hudson valley lighting

Sleek yet natural textures lend an organic-modern appeal to this glam sconce shown in aged bronze. hudsonvalleylighting.com

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corbett lighting

Shells in multiple hues, faceted within handcrafted iron, make this fixture a piece of jewelry for the home. corbettlighting.com

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troy lighting

Industrial flair is clear in this sconce’s hand-worked iron and cast-aluminum body in an aged pewter finish. troy-lighting.com


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COMING OF AGE Brass Pendant, $675; workstead.com

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Fallon Sconce, $3,765; castedesign.com

Lunar Sofa, priced from $2,310; stellarworks.com

Kevin A Tana Lawn Cotton Liberty Art Fabric, price available upon request; liberty.co.uk

Jeweled Atom and Blastoid Sculptures by Pamela Sunday, $6,000 and $3,500; vandenakkerantiques.com Over the Moon Jett Clutch, $398; katespade.com

Assorted Cosmic Collection Plates, priced from $45; abchome.com

With eyes to the future, industry brands are looking upward as celestial elements conquer both fashion and home dĂŠcor. Hitting catwalks at the speed of light, this space-inspired trend is garnering serious gravity within the world of design: Britishbased fabric house Liberty of London gets starry-eyed with its latest fabric line, while Stellar Works presents the Lunar collection designed by Space Copenhagen. From a solar eclipse cocktail table to planetary dishware, it appears that some of the brightest pieces this winter have adopted a cosmic appeal.

Telescope Signed La Filotecnica Ing. A. Salmoiraghi S.A. Milano, $10,000; 1stdibs.com

Solaris Kinetic Table, $38,400; larabohinc.com

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ON TREND

COMING OF AGE

Rose-Cut and PrincessCut Diamond Bracelet in Platinum, $75,000; tiffany.com

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DEEP FREEZE

Trough Light by Alison Berger, price available upon request; hollyhunt.com

The Jeffrey Alan Marks Collection, price available upon request; kravet.com

Ripple Pillow in Pearl and Poolside Pillow in Strata, priced from $135; eskayel.com

Lapilli, Perrin & Perrin Collection, price available upon request; saint-louis.com

Desire Chair, $5,550; bykoket.com Glitter-Finished Leather Brogues, $650; miumiu.com

Break the ice this season with a wintery selection of fashion and home design accents that lean toward the chillier side. Imaginative photographer Gray Malin takes a break from capturing some of the world’s hottest beaches to focus on the snowy slopes for his collaboration with bespoke wallpaper company Black Crow Studios; designer Jeffrey Alan Marks astounds with a new icy palette for Kravet; and James Magni and Lalique appear to have taken great care in carving the perfect surfaces for their specially treated glass objects. From rich hues of indigo to a mix of frostier tones, it’s time to embrace a cold front.

Midnight Blue Tortue Vase, $3,950; 212.355.6550

XO Gray Malin Series for Black Crow Studios, price available upon request; blackcrowstudios.com

Manhattan Coffee Table, price available upon request; magnihomecollection.com

Alvey Wall Sconce by Katherine Wildt O’Brien, price available upon request; matthewstudiosny.com


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COMING OF AGE Agate Slice Mirror, price available upon request; tompalmerstudio.com

[stone age]

ON THE ROCKS Trivelling Ring Flourite, $600; louisvuitton.com

Strata Study Pattern in collaboration with Apparatus, price available upon request; zakandfox.com Anasazi Aurora Collection Vase, $750; tatiana-studio.com

Kimberly McDonald Acrylic Tray Inlaid with Laguna Agate Printed Silk set in Polished Nickel, priced from $2,255; 310.854.0890

Isko Obelisks, priced from $484; rablabs.com

With all the incredible minerals popping up in jewelry and interiors this season, you might find yourself between a rock and a hard place when selecting just one. Without sacrificing style, these natural beauties pack a powerful punch of organic glamour that is evident in each and every selection. Jewelry designer Kimberly McDonald professes, “nothing is better than nature,” and her latest foray into home décor is bursting with all things geode, agate and onyx; L’Objet’s dreamy Malachite collection is a steadfast stunner; and Louis Vuitton’s bicolored tourmaline ring elicits instant sighs.

Assorted Malachite Plates, priced from $35; l-objet.com

Petrified Wood Side Table, $3,900; theline.com; adriannashamarisinc.com Table Or by Yves Klein, price available upon request; artwareeditions.com

STRATA STUDY PHOTO: COURTESY ZAK + FOX, INC. MIRROR PHOTO: SAM CROOK. LAMP PHOTO: JOHN PARRISH. OBELISK PHOTOS: MUGG PHOTO. PETRIFIED WOOD TABLE PHOTO: COURTESY THE LINE.

Cairo Lamp, price available upon request; brendahouston.com


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WADE TERWILLIGER AND RICO BACA, OBJECTS20C, CO-FOUNDERS

Brazilian furniture has captured the market’s attention, with Brazilian designers focusing on quality materials and construction. Additionally, they seem to have a sense of modern design and proportions. Jorge Zalszupin is one of the leaders in this genre; his designs are modern, proportioned, well-crafted, and exciting. Less is more. Modern designs offer simplicity. The unique silhouette of the PO-801 armchair is quiet, warm and sexy. We see it used as a pair or standing alone in a living room or bedroom. Objects20c’s clients appreciate and invest in good design, quality materials and craftsmanship. They would love this chair. In with the old: Furniture and decorative arts are a reflection of the past—the culture, the materials and the technology of the time. In our opinion, it grounds us. We always agree that our clients know what is best for their lifestyle. Style vs. comfort: Wade is sometimes willing to accept a little less comfort for something that looks off-the-charts fabulous. This season, we are excited to be finishing a new section on the second floor of our gallery focusing on contemporary art and design.

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the piece: PO-801 Armchair

the designer: Jorge Zalszupin, reintroduced by Espasso

find it: espasso.com

the inspiration:

In the 1960s, Polish designer Zalszupin moved to Brazil to develop his sensual, modern style. The straightforward frame and uniquely angled arms of this chair were rediscovered for Espasso’s 2014 launch.


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the collection: The Slag Series

the designer: David Taylor

the inspiration:

For Taylor, contrasting the raw, haphazard aspect of slag with polished materials such as aluminum and brass brings sophistication to what is essentially an unwanted waste product.

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JESSE CARRIER AND MARA MILLER, CARRIER AND COMPANY, INTERIOR DESIGNERS

David Taylor’s work is strong and rugged, but somehow still very pretty. There is a brutalist quality to his pieces. The Slag Series is sculptural, intriguing and daring. Opposites attract. Using a raw material like slag with refined polished metal makes the objects “naturally” less formal and intimidating. Taylor says, “Beauty needs corruption.” We agree! The tension created by variety is dynamic and interesting. Lighten up. Something that doesn’t seem too precious works with both the collective conscious and the enjoyment of acquiring a piece. Natural materials that stand the test of time are always a good investment. What is luxury? Quality and uniqueness: paying attention to methods of fabrication and design philosophies. The devil’s in the details. We tend to diverge on the details—size of an area rug, window treatment style; we’ve learned to give and take, and trust our instincts (even if we have to defend them!). Anything new? We are working on a book to be released in fall 2015. It’s a real privilege to reflect on what we do and why we do it.


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TODD NICKEY AND AMY KEHOE, NICKEY KEHOE, INTERIOR DESIGNERS

Brian Gennett is creating something artful that is also completely useful. In 3 words, these trays are: Cubist, primary and graphic. One-of-a-kind: In a world of big-box stores, it’s refreshing to find something handmade, especially using vintage materials. Gennett is based in L.A., and the graphic movement of color in these trays feels specific to our stomping grounds. The Fishscale, Angles and Herringbone trays remind us of Italian marble stationery. Back to the books: The bold geometric patterns crafted by the vintage book covers would be an asset to a color story and an impactful addition to any space. Let it go. Today we are all overexposed to what other artists are doing. It is important to not take it all so seriously—let your creativity unfold without restraint. Todd tends to be a less-is-more guy. Amy takes more risks when it comes to color. What’s next for Nickey Kehoe? A new chapter in our furniture collection.

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the collection: Fishscale, Angles and Herringbone Trays

the designer: Brian Gennett

find it: bespokeglobal.com

the process:

Brian Gennett creates his one-of-a-kind pieces, delicately fashioned in classic fish scale, angled and herringbone patterns, from the antiqued leather and marbleized endpaper found in vintage book covers.

PHOTOGRAPHY: ERIC ESPADA.

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perfect

BALANCE the piece:

Balance LED Task Lamp

the designer: Hubbardton Forge

the inspiration:

A company that has spent 40 years crafting metal, Hubbardton Forge uses its distinct techniques to create pieces that celebrate form, material and artistry.

find it:

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SHEA SOUCIE AND MARTIN HORNER, SOUCIE HORNER, INTERIOR DESIGNERS

We are big fans of Hubbardton Forge. In fact, we used some of their pieces in a private hunting lodge in Wisconsin. Made in America: It’s becoming increasingly rare to find things manufactured domestically, which makes it all the more special when we can source through artisans keeping craft alive in the U.S. As designers we are drawn to the Balance LED Task Lamp’s architecture and scale. It’s all about material. Aged bronze always gives a warm feel and the blend of the two-toned finish adds a dynamic, exciting quality to the piece. It’s reminiscent of a Mies van der Rohe building: balanced, architectural and severe. We love bronze; polished nickel, too. Both are malleable from a fabrication standpoint and can be made in a wide range of color values. We see the Balance lamp on a front entry hall table as a sculptural element. We can always agree on our starting point: finding out how a client wants to live and then deliver. Any news? We are excited about the continued expansion of our SHIIR rug division; we just opened our ninth showroom.


set in the piece: Overlin Console

the designer: Khouri Guzman Bunce Lininger

find it: kgblnyc.com

the process:

KGBL created an expertly crafted piece that is unapologetically modern. Carved from a single block of statuary marble, the Overlin console’s stone top is contrasted by a graphically bold base of silicon bronze.

RON WOODSON AND JAIME RUMMERFIELD, WOODSON & RUMMERFIELD’S HOUSE OF DESIGN, INTERIOR DESIGNERS

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Our first impression of KGBL: Their work is academic, clean and tailored. The Overlin console is quite elegant yet raw. The softness of the marble combined with the strength of the bronze frame is both dramatic and complementary; both materials are substantial and beautiful in their own right. The clean lines of this piece enhance the form on an architectural level. How would you accessorize the console? With a simple composition of books, a Le Labo candle and a petite bouquet of flowers. We believe good design is always tasteful, timeless and noteworthy. When shopping for a client we lean towards rich tones versus lighter colors. Sturdy and durable materials such as stone and bronze, like in the Overlin console, are a definite go-to. Back in time: This piece belongs in the Bauhaus era. What’s keeping you busy these days? We are working on a grand dame of a structure from a 1940s, old Hollywood style and the client is a wonderful collector of modern art; the juxtaposition is quite inspiring.


SPOTLIGHT

PHOTOGRAPHY: ERIC ESPADA.

SACHIN AND BABI AHLUWALIA, SACHIN + BABI AND ANKASA, DESIGNERS

the collection: Eden and Foliage

the designer: Hella Jongerius for Maharam

find it: maharam.com

MATCH POINT

Hella Jongerius thoughtfully created a collection inspired by nature. Eden and Foliage balance positive and negative space and play with scale. The positioning of the foliage is elegant without being too highly structured. In perfect harmony: The spacing of the foliage is harmoniously polar, almost melodic. You can see movement in the print through the placement of the leaves. At first glance we are inspired by the application of a classic theme to create a modern aesthetic. The use of color blocking and shape gives Eden and Foliage a compelling industrial feel. As in our Spring 2015 RTW collection, this collaboration has a careful and precise utilization of space. Think big. We prefer large-scale patterns and refining the play on big and small shapes to create visually appealing pieces. Go-to inspiration: We have always observed through an anthropological lens the way today’s woman dresses, as well as lives. We never disagree on what is relevant and fresh on the market.

the inspiration:

Jongerius reinvented the traditional botanical with this collection of two woven jacquards: Eden, with its high-contrast plant silhouettes, and Foliage, with its realistic blockprinted leaves, take a modern approach to flora and fauna.

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p o r t r a i t : r o b y n t w o m e y . o p p o s i t e : c o u r t e sy d o m i n g o z a pata .

STYLE MAKERS

“I genuinely do not remember a day in my life without painting,” says artist Domingo Zapata. “I am lucky to do what I love for a living.” Opposite: Zapata’s painting, A Bullfighter in Cipriani, depicts what he thinks a bullfighter would do if he came to New York: “He would have brunch with his bull at my favorite restaurant,” he says.


“I just want to make the world a little bit more beautiful,” says contemporary artist Domingo Zapata, the Majorca-born New Yorker who has a knack for creating work that’s often rooted in history. “I try to bring old-master artists into contemporary life by experimenting with new

The Mona Lisa is a common theme in some of Zapata’s work; he likes to add contemporary touches with a more urban style as in The Mona Lisa Queen of Hearts (left) and The Mona Lisa American Flag.

techniques,” he says. “By thoroughly studying a 200-year-old painting, I can interpret how it fits into today.” The result is a vibrant piece of art that simultaneously excites with its newness and comforts with its familiarity. This approach to art is perhaps what landed a commission to create a 25-by-10-foot mural for the lobby of the Freedom Tower: The collage-like piece will fashion an American flag created with materials from every state, such as steel from Chicago and sand from the Florida coast. One of the most poignant aspects of this piece is the 50 mirror-like stars that will reflect its voyeurs. “Everyone who stands before this mural is a part of it,” adds Zapata. “We are all united in respect of the tragedy that happened here, but we are also embracing the future.” dzapata.com; 310.745.0989

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domingo zapata My work is...

Spontaneous and free. I try to develop my body of work on a daily basis because it allows me to express my feelings as they come. DreaM collaboration:

I would love to design a building in New York City with Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava. Describe your hoMe.

I live in an 1850s townhouse in Gramercy Park. It’s very traditional with old furniture, high ceilings and beautiful light. My favorite room is the library. Favorite hotel:

I always enjoy the Hotel Costes in Paris for its exquisite and delicate interiors. you can FinD Me at...

The bar at Cipriani Downtown. I have a weakness for its famous Bellinis. when entertaining...

Never have too many people. It’s important to spend time with all of your guests. every artist shoulD:

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ceramics portrait: alanna hale. opposite bottom: lisa cohen.

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“Clé is the culmination of every one of my life experiences and of the things that motivate me,” says Sausalito-based Deborah Osburn of the tile company she founded. Opposite: Osburn finds inspiration in Ilse Crawford’s interiors, especially Matbaren at the Grand Hôtel in Stockholm.


Deborah Osburn is a visionary. The Sausalito, California-based founder and creative director of Clé, an online marketplace for tile, began introducing her fashion-forward approach to tile design 25 years ago. “I entered the tile fray wearing Yohji Yamamoto and Vivienne Westwood,” she says of a time when white and almond were the tile palettes de rigueur, “and I just wanted to make fun tile.” A sculptor by training, Osburn came into the market with a deep

Stain and Dip are two styles from the Indigo series of Osburn’s own painterly Watermark collection of unglazed porcelain tiles.

appreciation for surfaces, forms and production. “To become a tile maker one must first really love the act of making tiles,” says Osburn. Her passion for the process combined with an acute understanding of modern tastes leads to her fresh and innovative designs, as evidenced by her recent collection of ombré-stained, unglazed porcelain: Watermark. In addition to her own designs, Osburn sells tiles developed with other artists—including Ruan Hoffmann and Forrest Lesch-Middelton—through Clé, which was inspired by Osburn’s blog, Tile Envy. “My work and my discovery of artists come from constantly devouring the visual,” she says. cletile.com; 415.887.9011

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deborah osburn What’s inspiring you noW?

I’m forever inspired by art and fashion. I’m never afraid to say I love trends. It seems a scary term in the art world, but to me it’s an indication of what’s brewing in our collective unconscious. Design icons:

I have a fairly broad register of design icons such as Axel Vervoordt, Vincent Van Duysen, Phoebe Philo, Ilse Crawford, Rose Uniacke, Dries Van Noten, and Alexander McQueen. They all seem to embody a love of traditional motifs and qualities but with a contemporary vibe. Favorite hotels:

Gio Ponti’s Parco dei Principi in Sorrento and The Gritti Palace in Venice. They are my dream hotels. i alWays carry…

A neutral shade of lip gloss and a black Paper Mate Flair pen. art perioD you FinD most engaging:

Right now. When has there ever been more recognition of the arts and creativity than now? It feels like a modern-day Renaissance! luxe interiors

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portrait: dan delaney. opposite: © inez & vinoodh; photography by zarko vijatovic; courtesy gagosian gallery. top right: matt chenot.

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“I am an explorer in all things: new designs, perspectives, places, and mediums,” says Levi Christiansen, here in his Phoenix studio amid a few of his creations. Opposite: A photographer himself, Christiansen admires the work of Inez & Vinoodh, whose 2013 exhibit at Gagosian Gallery Paris is shown.


After spending time in New York launching his career as a commercial photographer, Phoenix-born Levi Christiansen returned to his roots to focus on the next step in his creative journey: furniture design. “I think after you grow up in the west, it’s kind of hard to get it out of your blood,”

Sleek and stylish, the X-IV chair from Christiansen’s 5C collection is beautifully crafted from molded plywood delicately balanced on top of a powder-coated bent-steel base.

says Christiansen, who channeled that regional pride into his debut line. Named for Arizona’s iconic five Cs—copper, cattle, cotton, citrus, and climate—his beautifully crafted collection has a timeless simplicity to it. The flagship piece, his X-IV chair, is a lesson in sleek lines and ergonomic design, while acrylic bases on the Vanishing sling chair, Skal coffee table and Half Brother end table lend a certain weightlessness to his work that evokes the desert landscape. Though Christiansen has no formal training, he actually credits some of that lack of knowledge to his success, stating, “I strongly believe that exploring new mediums, especially when you don’t know much about them, opens up the way you look and think about things and what is possible.” levichristiansen.com; 917.334.4537

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LEVI CHRISTIANSEN WHAT’S INSPIRING YOU NOW?

Fashion photographers Inez & Vinoodh; their work is beautiful and so simple, yet has so many layers to its beauty. DESIGN PERIOD YOU FIND MOST ENGAGING:

The Bauhaus era. There was this idea that all works of art come together in the end: Architects were painting, painters were designing products, and creatives were collaborating with other creatives. It was a very romantic time for design. STYLE ICON:

I really admire Kelly Wearstler. She has been able to cross over into several different genres of design from furniture to fashion. My dream would be to collaborate with her on furniture and accessories for a hotel lobby or residence. There would be enough marble, black leather and brass for all the kings of the world. TREASURED KEEPSAKES:

I have a saw and some handyman books that belonged to my great-grandfather, and likely the coolest watch in the world from my other great-grandfather. I don’t get very attached to many things, but I would be heartbroken if I lost any of these. LUXE INTERIORS

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[modern approach]

color blind black and white are stylish staples in the fashion world, and the high-contrast look is now taking the lead in interiors, as well, alongside a few shades of gray and a touch of pink.

This carefully curated selection of carpets appears to be seeing the world in black and white—but through rose-colored glasses—with sleek monochromatic tones punched up by cool pinks, deep fuchsias and graphic patterns. Famed rug purveyor Kyle Bunting plays with the absence of color in his latest collaboration with Austin designer Fern Santini in the hide shown, while Portland-based Kush adds gentle pops of blush and textile queens Serena & Lily stun with a chunky abaca imbued with textured bravado. Clockwise from top left: No. 005502 in Ice Blue, Warp & Weft; warpandweft.com. Windrose, designed by Fern Santini for Kyle Bunting; kylebunting.com. No. 5-778 Year of the Dragon in Pink, Kush Handmade Rugs; kushrugs.com. B&W Collection, Schönstaub GmbH; schoenstaub.com. Braided Abaca Rug in Steel, Serena & Lily; serenaandlily.com. No. 1330236, ABC Carpet & Home; abchome.com. Zurich, Tania Johnson Design; taniajohnsondesign.com. Ground carpet: Farah in Multi, Aelfie; aelfie.com.

photography: claudia uribe.

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[historical reference]

global view the strong flavors and influences of the middle east yield to the exotic, and the same can be said of the region’s use of rich, saturated hues.

The deep palettes of the rugs found here, filled with full-bodied sapphires, opulent emeralds and fiery rubies, have us ready for an exploration abroad. Laying the groundwork is Organic Loom’s Turkish Vintage carpet that’s grounded in a rich cerulean yarn and complemented with indigo etching, while Vanderhurd’s Islamic Star evokes a strong sense of history by way of pattern, and Designers Guild’s sumptuous ombres add luster courtesy the Phipps collection fashioned from India-sourced silk. Clockwise from top left: Phaedra I/SP, Style No. EF ALW09ON, The Alpha Workshops Edition for Edward Fields; edwardfields.com. Islamic Star, Vanderhurd; vanderhurd.com. Phipps Collection in Heather, Sky, Aubergine, and Moss, Designers Guild; designersguild.com. No. 1330238 and No. 1330253, ABC Carpet & Home; abchome.com. Ground carpet: Turkish Vintage No. 69, Organic Looms; organiclooms.com.


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[fiber art]

natural selection finding neutral ground shouldn’t be too difficult down a serene yet expressive path.

There is a certain art to the adage less is more. For starters, this pragmatic compendium of rugs shows that a subdued palette can be as deeply rich and textured as one that is brightly colored. Alexander McQueen’s Monarch Fire for The Rug Company cleverly conveys the whimsy of a butterfly without a literal interpretation, acting as a quiet yet striking backdrop for the composition; Bunny Williams lends her refined taste to Dash & Albert when creating quality jutes that mix with cozy cottons; and Warp & Weft keeps it simple yet luxurious with their next-level silks. Clockwise from top left: Oldie Dark Yellow, CC-Tapis; cc-tapis.com. Butterfly Charcoal Coco, Tufenkian Artisan Carpets; tufenkiancarpets.com. Enjoy by Tanya Nolan, 27 Ground for Woven Accents; wovenonline.com. No. 005509 in Leaf, Warp & Weft; warpandweft.com. Marco JuniperJute Soumak Woven Rug, Bunny Williams for Dash & Albert; dashandalbert.annieselke.com.E’Bella/EB 2014/103, Studio Four NYC; studiofournyc.com. Alpaca Boucle in Limeade,Rosemary Hallgarten; rosemaryhallgarten.com. Manhattan, Places Collection, Tania Johnson Design; taniajohnsondesign.com. Ground carpet: Monarch Fire by Alexander McQueen, The Rug Company; therugcompany.com.

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Using rich crimson AGA stoves as her base, designer Kathryn M. Ireland blends antiques from Obsolete in Los Angeles and cookbooks from Diesel, A Bookstore in Brentwood, California, with her own artistic finds, collectibles and textiles in this Los Angeles kitchen.


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What’s your philosophy when it comes to kitchen design? It’s all about comfort for me. A kitchen should feel like a living room with furniture and décor. If you can find one great piece, make it a dresser or armoire and keep all your plates, glasses and linens in there. It mixes things up and keeps your counters clear. This room is so full of character. Nothing is too stiff. I like to make people smile by using quirky things like art with funny sayings, antique pieces and pottery made by local artisans. Art isn’t something you see too often in the kitchen. Art finishes off a space. I have a Damien Hirst in my Santa Monica kitchen; it’s really cheerful. Your best piece doesn’t have to be in the drawing room. What other touches are key to a cozy kitchen? Textiles. Use fabrics or an old quilt thrown over the table. A tablecloth can totally change the mood of a room. Let’s pretend you’re hosting a dinner party. Who’s there and what are you serving? Arianna Huffington, movie producer Art Linson, John Edelman from Design Within Reach, and designers Windsor Smith and Martyn Lawrence Bullard: People who enjoy eating and have a lot to say. And I’d make a simple salmon with warm potato salad and asparagus. Oh, and a wonderful ice cream. And you’re cooking all of this on your AGA stove, of course? I’m a lifelong fan of AGA, and I also represent them in the U.S. I learned to cook on one, as did my boys; it’s a staple in an English kitchen. Radiant heat is really the best way to cook. How do you keep all these elements laid-back yet luxurious? Luxury is in the layering of the art, rugs, fabrics, furniture…you have to treat it all equally. When all those pieces live harmoniously, that’s where the magic is. Go outside of your comfort zone. There’s nothing worse than a boring house; it’s worse than a boring person!


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bathing beauty fashioned by designer schuyler samperton for a supermodel with a nomadic spirit, this los angeles bathroom is—much

This bathroom belongs to supermodel Carolyn Murphy. Tell me how the space came together. The house had such great bones, and the previous owners did an amazing job at selecting many of the finishes you see here. All the materials feel like they had a former life. I helped her pull it together. It’s very human and cozy; you just connect with it on an innate level. Carolyn herself is a wanderer, and this space fits that spirit. It’s so perfectly imperfect. That’s what I love about it. It has a patina. The floors are reclaimed, the sink unit has a distressed chalky gray-green finish. Nothing is too sterile. I don’t mind leather that’s scratched or metal that is tarnished. I actually prefer those imperfections. It’s easier to relax in a room that is slightly flawed. That large art piece just draws you in. That is something Carolyn previously owned. The tea-stained background worked so well with the marble and stone throughout. There are also prints on the other side of the tub that are framed with deep-toned mats. They play into the vintage vibe, as do the wild harvested flowers. I love how dramatic they are; it’s opulent yet relaxed. Does that speak to your overall design aesthetic? I have bohemian tendencies, and like layering pieces of more humble origins with those of a fancier pedigree. I love finding unusual things in unusual places. Any recent anecdotes? I found a 22-foot-tall totem pole in Idaho. There was no paint on it, just this beautiful carving. I used it for a lake house in the Sierra Nevadas. When I saw it, I knew it was perfect. Besides a giant totem, what one element ties together a room? That’s tough. I love rugs, though, whether antique or something I find at the flea market; they round out a space. Set the mood: how do you relax? Diptyque has the most unique scents. I’m drawn to their lotions and, of course, their candles. They transport you.

bathroom and outdoor photos: grey crawford. schuyler samperton photo: courtesy schuyler samperton.

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Nostalgia reigns supreme throughout this Los Angeles home designed by Schuyler Samperton. In the master bath and powder room, materials whisper of bygone eras and tell the tale of a homeowner seeking a relaxed, soothing lifestyle.


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Rose, blush and purples paired with beautiful gray tones are setting the stage this season. —MELISSA LEWIS CHICAGO

chicago

Architecture: Wheeler Kearns Architects Interior Design: Britt Taner Design Home Builder: Fraser Construction, Inc. Landscape Architecture: William Heffernan Landscapes

colorado

Architecture: Studio B Architecture + Interiors Home Builder: Koru, Ltd Landscape Architecture: Bluegreen

houston

Interior Design: Chandos Interiors Landscape Architecture: Dawson Estes, Inc. Landscape Architecture

every home should spotlight the work of local . —THOM SCHuLTz MErCEr ISLAnd


San FranciSco

Interior Architecture & Interior Design: ODADA Home Builder: Van Acker Construction Associates

study design history. from a strong foundation comes the knowledge to develop your own style .

ScottSdale

Architecture: Wendell Burnette Architects Interior Design: LeavittWeaver Home Builder: The Construction Zone, Ltd. Landscape Architecture: D. Berry Landscape Design

—havilandE WhitComb WEstport

new York

Architecture: John B. Murray Architect Interior Design: Jennifer Post Design Inc. Home Builder: Peter Cosola Inc.

brass is definitely the new black . —JaimE rummErfiEld los angElEs

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phoenix Architecture: Fusch Architects, Inc. Architecture: Interior Design: Laura Lee ClarkTennen Interior Studio Design, Inc. Home Builder: Tennen Home Builder: Bob Thompson Homes Construction Landscape Architecture: Harold Leidner Landscape Architects

The Kimbell Art Museum, where daylight is eloquently captured by the architecture, is a constant source of inspiration.

—Chandos dodson EplEy houston


napa valley

Architecture: Andrew Mann Architecture Interior Design: Kara Mann Design Home Builder: Thollander Construction, Inc. Landscape Architecture: Scott Lewis Landscape Architecture

MiaMi

Interior Design: Hinojosa Design Studio

The 1550 N. State Parkway building by architect Benjamin Marshall embodies classic Chicago. —CARI GIANNOULIAS CHICAGO

Colorado

Architecture: Tommy Hein Architects Interior Design: Sherman & Hiteshew Interior Design, Inc. Home Builder: Finbro Construction Colorado

Architecture & Interior Design: Rowland+Broughton Architecture and Urban Design Home Builder: Brikor Associates Landscape Architecture: Bluegreen

telluride is a soft cradle in the midst of jagged peaks. —TOMMY HEIN TELLURIDE


los angeles

Architecture: Rubenstein Architects Interior Design & Home Builder: Design Life, LLC

it pays to splurge on a great quality mattress and luxurious italianmade linens. —OHARA DAVIES-GAETANO cORONA DEl mAR

san francisco

Interior Design: Palmer Weiss Interior Design Home Builder: Moroso Construction

negative space is the new black . —TOR BARSTAD PHOENIX

Baltimore

Interior Design: Jenkins Baer Associates Landscape Architecture: Hord Coplan Macht maliBu

Architecture: Burdge & Associates Architects, Inc. Interior Design: Brooke Wagner Design Landscape Architecture: Randall Landscape Design

Layers of deep greens, silver and white always bring an elegant touch to a garden.

—KENNETH PHIlP SEATTlE


olive is the new black . it ’s the color of shadows and green goes with everything; just look outside! —Marshall Erb ChiCago

San FranciSco

Interior Design: Myra Hoefer Design

My design icon is Alvar Aalto, an innovator who was as concerned with architectural language as he was with furniture design.

—Elissa MorgaNTE ChiCago

San FranciSco

Interior Design: Ken Fulk Inc Home Builder: Cal-C.A.D.E. Construction Inc. Landscape Architecture: Hill/Stephens Design

cHicago

Architecture: Studio RMR & Midwest Architecture Studio, Inc. Interior Design: Studio RMR Home Builder: Goldberg General Contracting Inc. Landscape Architecture: Scott Byron & Co., Inc.

every home needs a soul , a point of view, and a spot to make a really great cocktail! —ThoM FiliCia NEw York

dallaS

Interior Design: Ashley Eckel Interior Design


montecito

Architecture: Calvin Design Interior Architecture: Elizabeth Vallino Interiors Home Builder: Buildwell Construction Landscape Architecture: Urban Eco Design, Inc.

fear is the enemy of good design! if everyone likes something , it ’s probably not that great.

—Ken FulK San FranciSco

Washington, d.c.

Architecture & Interior Design: Sorg Architects

Plaster, all the rage in the 1930s and ’40s thanks to Giacometti, is making a comeback.” —raji radhaKriShnan WaShington, d.c.

phoenix

Architecture: Tennen Studio Home Builder: Tennen Construction

south florida

Architecture: CMA Design Studio Inc. Interior Design: Marlene Murrah Interiors Home Builder: Anglés Construction, Inc. Landscape Architecture: SMI Landscape Architecture, Inc.

scottsdale

Architecture & Home Builder: The Construction Zone, Ltd. Landscape Architecture: Flo Design + Construction


Exposed concrete block is an inherently honest material. New colors, textures and finishes elevate it from modest to noble and refined.

—Brent Kendle ScottSdale

san francisco

Architecture: Ken Linsteadt Architects Interior Design: Martha Angus Inc. Home Builder: GGD, Inc.

seattle

Architecture: Chris Pardo Design: Elemental Architecture

scottsdale

Architecture: Berkelhamer Architects Interior Design: SemelSnow Interior Design, Inc. Landscape Architecture: Trueform Landscape Architecture Studio

when you ’re all finished and you think the room is perfect, take something out. —Sheldon harte laguna Beach


newport beach

Architecture: C. J. Light Associates Interior Design: Melinda Grubbs Interior Design Home Builder: RDM General Contractors Landscape Architecture: MDZA Landscape Architecture

always splurge on travel . it ’s the only thing you can spend money on that will make you richer .

seattle

Architecture: AOME Architects Interior Design: Chin-Ley/Reche Associates Home Builder: Toth Construction, Inc.

—andreW Mann San FranciSco

southampton

Architecture: Alveary Architecture Interior Design: Fox-Nahem Associates Home Builder: 3-D Building

Every home should have a diversity of spaces, both intimate and expansive. —WendeLL Burnette Phoenix

houston

Interior Design: Bellacasa Design Associates Inc. Home Builder: Windstone Partners LLC

br azilian architect marcio kogan’s work exemplifies warm, modern architecture.

—Martin LitMan MiaMi


delaware

Architecture: Kamm Architecture Home Builder: Garrison Homes

los angeles

Architecture: Kingsley Stephenson Architecture Interior Design: Nickey · Kehoe, Inc. Home Builder: Roha Construction Landscape Architecture: Nancy Heller Designs

wallcoverings are more popular now than ever . i recently splurged on de gournay panels for my own home .

—Jan ShowerS DallaS

seattle

Architecture: SkB Architects Home Builder: Dyna Contracting Landscape Architecture: Allworth Design

Pasadena’s architecture—from a midcentury Buff & Hensman to a 1920s Wallace Neff estate— inspires and brings history forward for young designers. —Tamara Kaye-honey SouTh PaSaDena


seattle

Architecture: CCS Architecture Home Builder: Eric Kormondy Construction Inc. Landscape Architecture: Kenneth Philp Landscape Architects

Chintz is back; it seems to have never left, though there’ll always be a place for it.

phoenix

Architecture: Tennen Studio Home Builder: Tennen Construction

east hampton

Architecture & Interior Design: Janson Goldstein LLP Home Builder: Hobbs, Incorporated Landscape Architecture: Joseph W. Tyree Landscape Design, Inc.

—LAuren LieSS WAShington, d.c.

my design icon is dorothy dr aper . the girl had guts. —AndreA MonAth SchuMAcher denver

new york

Architecture & Interior Design: Mendelson Group Home Builder: J & J Johnson Co. Inc.

san Francisco

Architecture & Interior Design: Sutro Architects Home Builder: Upscale Construction, Inc.

use vintage furnishings and reimagine them for today’s lifestyle. the past fuels the present. —PAtrick drAgonette LoS AngeLeS


the most overlooked design tool is… the humble pencil . —DaviD toDD oLDroyD san Francisco

montecito

Architecture & Interior Design: Marmol Radziner

Use cashmere for upholstery and window treatments as an elegant way to add luxury and warmth to a room.

—Katie stassi-scott houston

amagansett phoenix Architecture: Stelle Lomont Rouhani Architects

Studio Interior Architecture: Design: YabuTennen Pushelberg Home Builder: Tennen Construction

I love using indoor-outdoor velvets; they look luxurious and are bulletproof.

—Dana Lyon Phoenix

greenwich

Interior Design: Carmiña Roth Interiors LLC

beverly hills

Architecture: Studio Tim Campbell Interior Design: Cari Berg Interior Design Home Builder: Industrial Strength Development Inc. Landscape Architecture: Land Plan Landscaping


miami

Interior Design: Jen Going Interiors

phoenix

Architecture: Tennen Studio Home Builder: Tennen Construction

malibu

Architecture: Tobias Architecture, Inc. Interior Design: Reath Design Home Builder: Ono Construction, Inc. Landscape Architecture: Julie Friedrichsen Design LLC

Benjamin Moore’s Dragon Breath is an earthy, off-black color that makes walls disappear and opens up a room. —Jen GoinG new York

my favorite materials to work with lately are shagreen, bronze and rift-cut oak . —CHAD eiSner LoS AnGeLeS

austin

Architecture & Interior Design: Dick Clark + Associates Home Builder: Battaglia Fine Homes, Inc. Landscape Architecture: Mark Word Design

new york

Interior Design: Sara Gilbane Interiors Home Builder: Hite Construction Landscape Architecture: Lauren E. Living, LLC


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I cari BerG interior desiGn Los Angeles, CA cariberginteriordesign.com L dee paul/landscapes Los Angeles, CA 323.365.3330 I draGonette ltd Los Angeles, CA dragonetteltd.com H Fort Hill construction Los Angeles, CA forthill.com A I Giannetti arcHitecture & interiors inc. Los Angeles, CA giannettiarchitects.com A KinGsley stepHenson arcHitecture Los Angeles, CA kingsley-stephenson.com A I linda Brettler arcHitect Los Angeles, CA lindabrettler.com A I H L lori dennis, inc. Los Angeles, CA loridennis.com A I H L MarMol radziner Los Angeles, CA marmol-radziner.com H M.s. elite General construction inc. Los Angeles, CA 323.873.3800 I H L nancy Heller desiGns Los Angeles, CA 310.889.9999 I nicKey 路 KeHoe, inc. Los Angeles, CA nickeykehoe.com I reatH desiGn Los Angeles, CA reathdesign.com


H Roha ConstRuCtion Los Angeles, CA 323.369.5008 I Ryan White Designs Los Angeles, CA ryanwhitedesigns.com A I L sammy CastRo Design Los Angeles, CA sammycastro.com I smith FiRestone assoCiates Los Angeles, CA sfadesign.com

stuDio tim Campbell Los Angeles, CA studiotimcampbell.com A I

WooDson & RummeRFielD’s house oF Design Los Angeles, CA wandrdesign.com I

buRDge & assoCiates aRChiteCts, inC. Malibu, CA buaia.com A

ChaRles a. Winans iV Malibu, CA 310.562.5377 H

ono ConstRuCtion, inC. Malibu, CA onoconstructioninc.com H

tobias aRChiteCtuRe, inC. Malibu, CA tobiasarchitecture.com A

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H upsCale ConstRuCtion, inC. San Francisco, CA upscaleconstruction.com

L lanD plan lanDsCaping Ventura, CA landplan.us

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L hill/stephens Design San Francisco, CA hillstephens.com

A CalVin Design Santa Barbara, CA 805.969.0559

I aDam hunteR West Hollywood, CA adamhunterinc.com

C. J. light assoCiates Newport Beach, CA cjlight.com

ike kligeRman baRkley San Francisco, CA ikba.com

I elizabeth Vallino inteRioRs Santa Barbara, CA elizabethvallino.com

I elizabeth Dinkel Design assoCiates, inC. West Hollywood, CA elizabethdinkeldesign.com

L uRban eCo Design, inC. Santa Barbara, CA urbanecodesign.com

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RitneR gRoup Newport Beach, CA ritnergroup.com A

H mCkeehan ConstRuCtion Nuevo, CA mckeehanconstruction.com

ChRistopheR kenneDy, inC. Palm Springs, CA christopherkennedy.com I

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L katheRine stangle lanDsCape aRChiteCt San Diego, CA katherinestangle.com A I matRix Design stuDio San Diego, CA matrixdesignstudio.com

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ken linsteaDt aRChiteCts San Francisco, CA kenlinsteadt.com A

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anDReW mann aRChiteCtuRe San Francisco, CA andrewmannarchitecture.com

sCaVulloDesign San Francisco, CA scavullodesign.com

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L sCott leWis lanDsCape aRChiteCtuRe San Francisco, CA sllasf.com

CCs aRChiteCtuRe San Francisco, CA ccs-architecture.com

sutRo aRChiteCts San Francisco, CA sutroarchitects.com

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ggD, inC. Sausalito, CA ggd-inc.com H

H peRegRine ConstRuCtion Co. Sebastopol, CA 707.823.1595 H Rt abbott ConstRuCtion inC. Simi Valley, CA rtabbott.com

Del maR paCiFiC geneRal ContRaCtoRs, inC. Solana Beach, CA delmarpacific.com H

H WaRDell builDeRs inC. Solana Beach, CA wardellbuilders.com I house oF honey South Pasadena, CA houseofhoney.com L Julie FRieDRiChsen Design llC Topanga, CA juliefriedrichsen.com L site Design stuDio, inC. Tustin, CA sitedesignstudio.net

steVe DaViDson ConstRuCtion, inC. Tustin, CA davidsonhomebuilders.co H

I C.W. eisneR, inC. Venice Beach, CA cweisner.com

H builDWell ConstRuCtion Westlake Village, CA 310.350.8224 H stRuCtuRe home Woodland Hills, CA structurehome.com

canada I paul laVoie inteRioR Design Calgary, Alberta, Canada paullavoiedesign.com I H Coastal ConstRuCtion/Coastal inteRioRs Sidney, B.C., Canada coastal.cn H kinDReD ConstRuCtion ltD. Vancouver, B.C., Canada kindredconstruction.com L Jonathan CRaggs gaRDen DesigneR Victoria, B.C., Canada jcraggsgardendesign.com A kb Design Victoria, B.C., Canada keithbakerdesign.com L mhla inC Toronto, Ontario, Canada markhartley.ca

colorado bluegReen Aspen, CO bluegreenaspen.com L

KEY A ArcHItecture I InterIor desIgn H Home buILder L LAndscApe ArcHItecture


L Columbine landsCape serviCe Co. Aspen, CO 970.920.1626

L riChard Camp landsCape arChiteCture Carbondale, CO rclandscape.net

I petra riChards interiors Denver, CO petrarichardsinteriors.com

Galambos arChiteCts, inC. Aspen, CO galambosarchitects.net

studio 133 Carbondale, CO studio133.com

Ceres+ landsCape arChiteCture Eagle, CO ceres-plus.com

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A I rowland+brouGhton arChiteCture and urban desiGn Aspen, CO rowlandbroughton.com

studio b arChiteCture + interiors Aspen, CO studiobarchitects.net A I

Zone 4 arChiteCts Aspen, CO zone4architects.com A

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H bob huCkins ConstruCtion, inC. Crested Butte, CO bobhuckinsconstruction.com A daniel J. murphY arChiteCt, pC Crested Butte, CO djmarchitect.com I andrea sChumaCher interiors Denver, CO andreaschumacherinteriors.com A I arCh11 Denver, CO arch11.com

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mile hiGh Custom builders Erie, CO 303.335.7716 H haleY Custom homes Greenwood Village, CO haleycustomhomes.com A m-a arChiteCts Littleton, CO maarchitects.us A e CumminGs arChiteCt Telluride, CO ecummingsarchitect.com H Finbro ConstruCtion Telluride, CO finbroconstruction.com

H brikor assoCiates Basalt, CO brikor.com A Cottle Carr Yaw arChiteCts, ltd. Basalt, CO ccyarchitects.com

I assoCiates iii interior desiGn Denver, CO associates3.com

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david lambert ConstruCtion, inC. Basalt, CO davidlambertaspen.com

Caliber ConstruCtion Denver, CO caliber.co

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haGman arChiteCts Basalt, CO hagmanarchitects.com

Cbe interiors Denver, CO 970.331.5859

H beCk buildinG CompanY Vail, CO beckbuilds.com

H heritaGe builders inC. Basalt, CO heritagebuildersinc.net

I d&d interiors Denver, CO ddinteriors.com

A suman arChiteCts Vail, CO sumanarchitects.com

H duGGan ConstruCtion Boulder, CO dugganbuild.com

A ekman desiGn studio Denver, CO ekmandesign.com

A esa arChiteCture and planninG Boulder, CO esapc.com

H kotan inCorporated Denver, CO 303.886.9655

rob luCkett builders Boulder, CO robluckettbuilders.com H

koru, ltd Carbondale, CO korultd.com H

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A meridian 105 arChiteCture Denver, CO meridian105.com I nadia watts interior desiGn Denver, CO nadiawatts.com

H Garrison homes Lewes, DE mygarrisonhomes.com

florida

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ashleY Campbell interior desiGn Denver, CO ashleycampbell.com I

delaware

mountaineer ConstruCtion oF telluride, inC. Telluride, CO 970.708.7224 H

A tommY hein arChiteCts Telluride, CO tommyhein.com

connecticut I CarmiĂąa roth interiors llC Greenwich, CT carminarothinteriors.com H hobbs, inCorporated New Canaan, CT hobbsinc.com I havilande whitComb desiGn llC Westport, CT hwdesignllc.com

H paskoski ConstruCtion CompanY Fort Lauderdale, FL paskoskiconstruction.com H anGlĂŠs ConstruCtion, inC. Jensen Beach, FL anglesconstruction.com

A toma desiGn Group inC. Aventura, FL tomadesigngroup.com

H artiGues & Cubero builders Miami, FL acbuilders.us

H CourChene development Corp. Boca Raton, FL courchene.com

I assure inC. Miami, FL assureinteriors.com

H leonard albanese & sons builders, inC. Boca Raton, FL albanesebuilders.com H sarkela Corporation Boynton Beach, FL sarkelacorp.com L david o., inC. Coconut Grove, FL davidodishoo.com A I Cma desiGn studio inC. Coral Gables, FL cmadsi.org H ContemporarY builders, inC. Coral Gables, FL 305.662.6840 H l&h partners ConstruCtion and realtY Coral Gables, FL lhpartners.net

lstudio Coral Gables, FL lstudiodesign.com I

p&h interiors, inC. Coral Springs, FL pnhinteriors.com I

the benediCt Group Deerfield Beach, FL thebenedictgroup.com A

H derCo ConstruCtion inC. Delray Beach, FL 561.265.4014 L krent wieland desiGn, inC. Delray Beach, FL kwdesign.net

I Charlotte dunaGan desiGn Group Miami, FL charlottedunagan.com H Ch ConstruCtion Group Miami, FL chconstruct.com A david wearne Johnson aia nCarb p.a. Miami, FL 305.661.8387 I hinoJosa desiGn studio Miami, FL hinojosadesign.com I marlene murrah interiors Miami, FL 305.968.4671 I phdesiGn Miami, FL phdesignstudio.com L raYmond JunGles, inC. Miami, FL raymondjungles.com I rs3 desiGns Miami, FL rs3designs.com L nievera williams desiGn inC. Palm Beach, FL nieverawilliams.com L smi landsCape arChiteCture, inC. Palm Beach, FL smilandscapearchitecture.com L intuitive desiGn Group Palm City, FL intuitivedesigngroup.com


H the mackle construction company South Miami, FL mackleconstruction.com

studio m inc. Tampa, FL interiorsbystudiom.com I

cindy ray interiors incorporated West Palm Beach, FL cindyray.com I

I shuster design associates, inc. Wilton Manors, FL shusterdesign.com I marc-michaels interior design, inc. Winter Park, FL marc-michaels.com

illinois A Brininstool + lynch Chicago, IL brininstool-lynch.com

Britt taner design Chicago, IL britttaner.com I

I Buckingham interiors + design Chicago, IL buckinghamid.com

I lewis giannoulias, llc Chicago, IL lg-interiors.com

A munson architects Highland Park, IL 847.831.8108

L marguerite gardens, inc. Chicago, IL margueritegardens.com

A studio rmr Highland Park, IL studiormr.com

marshall morgan erB design inc. Chicago, IL marshallerb.com I

project interiors Chicago, IL projectinteriors.net I

Q construction Chicago, IL qconstructioncorp.com H

A rugo/raff ltd. architects Chicago, IL rugoraff.com

L cpk enterprises, inc. Elk Grove Village, IL cpklawn.com

goldBerg general contracting, inc. Chicago, IL ggcinc.net L hoerr schaudt landscape architects Chicago, IL hoerrschaudt.com I leslie jones & associates, inc. Chicago, IL ljai.com

L premier Lemont, IL premierservice.com

I patrick sutton associates Baltimore, MD patricksutton.com

A charles vincent george architects Naperville, IL cvgarchitects.com

I eva Quateman interiors Chicago, IL evaquateman.com H

I jenkins Baer associates Baltimore, MD jenkinsbaer.com

A I w.erk studio Chicago, IL 650.440.2349

L william heffernan landscapes Chicago, IL 312.907.4989

A anthony hurtig architect Evanston, IL anthonyhurtig.com

morgante-wilson architects, ltd. Evanston, IL morgantewilson.com A I

andrea goldman design Glencoe, IL andreagoldmandesign.com

maryland

A midwest architecture studio, inc. Lake Forest, IL masismore.com

H fraser construction, inc. Lyons, IL fraserbuilders.com

daniel du Bay interior design, inc. Chicago, IL danieldubay.com I

massachusetts

A I L hord coplan macht Baltimore, MD hcm2.com

I tom stringer design partners Chicago, IL tomstringer.com

A wheeler kearns architects Chicago, IL wkarch.com

A kevin harris architect, llc Baton Rouge, LA kevinharrisarchitect.com

L scott Byron & co., inc. Lake Bluff, IL scottbyron.com

rocco fiore & sons, inc. Libertyville, IL roccofiore.com

Bugaj architects Chicago, IL bugajarchitects.com A

H added dimensions Takoma Park, MD addeddimensionsinc.com

H dave knecht homes, llc Hinsdale, IL daveknechthomes.com

semelsnow interior design, inc. Chicago, IL 312.640.0000 I

louisiana

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H design construction concepts Northbrook, IL dcc-inc.net H fettner construction and development company Northbrook, IL fettnerconstruction.com

highgate Builders, inc. Northbrook, IL highgatebuilders.net H

A H a. perry homes Winnetka, IL aperryhomes.com

kansas

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wilkerson c&d Lawrence, KS 785.766.4890 I

celia welch interiors Bethesda, MD celiawelchinteriors.com I

muse architects Bethesda, MD musearchitects.com

I liZ mccaBe interior design Dedham, MA lizmccabe.com

michigan H vander male Builders inc. Grand Rapids, MI 616.291.3165

minnesota L coen + partners Minneapolis, MN coenpartners.com

montana

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H sandy spring Builders Bethesda, MD sandyspringbuilders.com A studio Z design concepts, llc Bethesda, MD studiozdc.com H horiZon Builders/ horiZon houseworks Crofton, MD horizonbuildersinc.net H winchester construction company Crownsville, MD winchesterconstruction.net

kjd architects Kensington, MD 301.933.1511 A

I Beth gularson interiors Potomac, MD bethgularson.com

dynamic renovation Silver Spring, MD 301.674.5882 H

A I pearson design group, inc. Bozeman, MT pearsondesigngroup.com H lohss construction Gallatin Gateway, MT lohssconstruction.com

new Jersey H hite construction Mahwah, NJ 201.848.8500

new york H m.j. larkin & co., inc. Brewster, NY mjlarkin.com L joseph w. tyree landscape design, inc. Bridgehampton, NY josephwtyree.com

stelle lomont rouhani architects Bridgehampton, NY stelleco.com A

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A Kate Johns, aIa Chatham, NY katejohnsaia.com H RCt ConstRuCtIon Flushing, NY 917.742.2272 H 3-D BuIlDIng Hampton Bays, NY 631.728.2563 H M. BenKo ConstRuCtIon CoRp. Holmes, NY mbenkoconstruction.com

ellen MaRshall gaRDens & lanDsCapes Katonah, NY ellenmarshalldesigns.com L

J & J Johnson Co. InC. Long Island City, NY jandjjohnson.com H

peteR Cosola InCoRpoRateD Long Island City, NY 718.392.4111 H

H MuRphy BRotheRs ContRaCtIng Mamaroneck, NY murphybrothers.com

alveaRy aRChIteCtuRe New York, NY alveary.net A

A I DufneR heIghes New York, NY dufnerheighes.com

faIRfax & saMMons paRtneRs New York, NY fairfaxandsammons.com A

A fogaRty fIngeR New York, NY fogartyfinger.com I fox-naheM assoCIates New York, NY foxnahem.com

halsteD Welles assoCIates InC. New York, NY halstedwelles.com L

A I Janson golDsteIn llp New York, NY jansongoldstein.com

I JennIfeR post DesIgn InC. New York, NY jenniferpostdesign.com

A steven haRRIs aRChIteCts llp New York, NY stevenharrisarchitects.com

John B. MuRRay aRChIteCt New York, NY jbmarchitect.com

stuDIo fRazaR New York, NY studiofrazar.com

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Joseph KReMeR InCoRpoRateD InteRIoR DesIgn New York, NY josephkremer.com I

I KaRa Mann DesIgn New York, NY karamann.com H KatselnIK & KatselnIK gRoup, InC. New York, NY kkconstruction.com I KeMBle InteRIoRs New York, NY kembleinteriors.com

KWInteR & Co. New York, NY kwinterdesign.com I

lauRa Bohn DesIgn assoCIates New York, NY lbda.com I

lauRen e. lIvIng, llC New York, NY 646.431.9075 L

I lIen luu, ltD. New York, NY lienluultd.com A I MenDelson gRoup New York, NY mendelsongroupinc.com A I neal BeCKsteDt stuDIo New York, NY nbeckstedtstudio.com I L Rees RoBeRts + paRtneRs llC New York, NY reesroberts.com A I RoBeRt gaul aRChIteCtuRal DesIgn New York, NY 917.783.6990 I saRa gIlBane InteRIoRs New York, NY saragilbaneinteriors.com

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TexAS L austIn outDooR DesIgn Austin, TX austinoutdoordesign.com

I thoM fIlICIa InC. New York, NY thomfilicia.com

I BlaIR BuRton InteRIoRs Austin, TX blairburtoninteriors.com

I vICente Wolf assoCIates, InC. New York, NY vicentewolf.com

A BMh DesIgn stuDIo Austin, TX bmhdesignstudio.com

I vIllaloBos DesIo New York, NY villalobosdesio.com I yaBu pushelBeRg New York, NY yabupushelberg.com H gaRy loWe ConstRuCtIon, llC Old Chatham, NY 518.466.4048 H hIgh WooDs RestoRatIon Co. Saugerties, NY 845.706.1872

BRaDy DesIgn Southampton, NY bbradydesign.com A I

John DavID Rose aRChIteCts Southampton, NY johndavidrosearchitect.com A

Jen goIng InteRIoRs Westhampton Beach, NY jengoinginteriors.com I

OhiO sheRMan & hItesheW InteRIoR DesIgn, InC. Columbus, OH 614.225.1100 I

OregOn H huBeRD DesIgn & ConstRuCtIon Hood River, OR huberddesign.com L KoCh lanDsCape aRChIteCtuRe Portland, OR kochla.com

I CRavotta InteRIoRs Austin, TX cravottainteriors.com H DalgleIsh ConstRuCtIon Co. Austin, TX dalgleish.net A I DICK ClaRK + assoCIates Austin, TX dcarch.com A hugh JeffeRson RanDolph aRChIteCts Austin, TX austinarchitect.com I JeRRI Kunz DesIgn Austin, TX jerrikunz.com

lanDWest DesIgn gRoup, ltD. Austin, TX landwestdg.com L

I lauRa RoBeRts DesIgn Austin, TX laurarobertsdesign.com L MaRK WoRD DesIgn Austin, TX markworddesign.com I MaRy aMes & Co. Austin, TX maryamesandco.com

MIR贸 RIveRa aRChIteCts Austin, TX mirorivera.com A

MJs DesIgn + BuIlD Austin, TX mjsdesignbuild.com H

A shIflet gRoup aRChIteCts Austin, TX shifletgrouparchitects.com L sItIo DesIgn Austin, TX sitiodesign.com L tIlleRy stReet plant CoMpany Austin, TX tillerystreetplantcompany.com H tRIpathI BuIlDeR, InC. Austin, TX tripathibuilder.com L haRolD leIDneR lanDsCape aRChIteCts Carrollton, TX haroldleidner.com I allen KIRsCh & assoCIates, InC. Dallas, TX allenkirsch.com L aRMstRong BeRgeR lanDsCape aRChIteCtuRe Dallas, TX armberg.com I ashley eCKel InteRIoR DesIgn Dallas, TX ashleyeckelinteriordesign.com H BoB thoMpson hoMes Dallas, TX bobthompsonhomes.com I DeBoRah WalKeR + assoCIates Dallas, TX deborahwalker.com H elleRMan hoMes Dallas, TX ellermanhomes.com A fusCh aRChIteCts, InC. Dallas, TX fuscharchitects.com H geRlaCh ConstRuCtIon, InC. Dallas, TX gerlachconstructioninc.com I Jan shoWeRs & assoCIates Dallas, TX janshowers.com


L Kevin ClarK | naud Burnett inC. Dallas, TX kcnbdesign.com

laura lee ClarK interior design, inC. Dallas, TX lauraleeclark.com I

stoCKer Hoesterey Montenegro arCHiteCts Dallas, TX shmarchitects.com A

I BanKston May assoCiates, inC. Houston, TX bankstonmay.com I BellaCasa design assoCiates inC. Houston, TX bellacasadesign.com

CHandos interiors Houston, TX chandosinteriors.com I

A Content Houston, TX contentarchitecture.com I Courtney Hill interiors Houston, TX courtneyhillinteriors.com

dawson estes, inC. landsCaPe arCHiteCture Houston, TX dawsonestes.com L

FajKus & CoMPany, llC Houston, TX 713.526.9990 L

gregory/Henry landsCaPe design and installation Houston, TX gregoryhenrylandscapes.com L

jarraH Builders Houston, TX 713.261.2996 H

I jillian o’neill interior design Houston, TX jillianoneill.com

Katie design, llC Houston, TX katiebydesign.com I

L MCdugald-steele landsCaPe arCHiteCts & ContraCtors Houston, TX mcdugaldsteele.com

newBerry CaMPa arCHiteCts Houston, TX newberrycampa.com A

H tHe soutHaMPton grouP Houston, TX thesouthamptongroup.com H windstone Partners llC Houston, TX windstonepartners.com

siMs luxury Builders Sugar Land, TX simsbuilders.com H

Battaglia Fine HoMes, inC. Wimberley, TX battagliafinehomes.com H

virginia H Bluestone Builders Alexandria, VA 703.798.0748

sCw interiors Alexandria, VA scwinteriors.com I

annette Hannon interior design, ltd. Burke, VA annettehannon.com I

lauren liess & Co. Great Falls, VA laurenliess.com I

I aMBi design studio inC. McLean, VA ambidesignstudio.com

Washington FairBanK ConstruCtion CoMPany Bainbridge Island, WA fairbankconstruction.com H

roBerts wygal Kirkland, WA robertswygal.com H

H MerCer Builders Mercer Island, WA mercerbuilders.com H sCHilPeroort & BrooKs, inC. Mountlake Terrace, WA sbiconstruction.com L d.M. oHasHi landsCaPe serviCes Preston, WA ohashilandscape.com

allwortH design Seattle, WA allworthdesign.com L

aoMe arCHiteCts Seattle, WA aomearchitects.com A

A BoswortH HoedeMaKer Seattle, WA bosworthhoedemaker.com A I CHin-ley/reCHe assoCiates Seattle, WA 206.938.1501

L KennetH PHilP landsCaPe arCHiteCts Seattle, WA kennethphilp.com

I david MitCHell interior design Washington, D.C. 202.797.0780

A Krannitz geHl arCHiteCts Seattle, WA krannitzgehl.com

A KaMM arCHiteCture Washington, D.C. kamm-arch.com

KreKow jennings Seattle, WA krekowjennings.com H

Kristine donoviCK interior design, inC. Seattle, WA kdidi.com I

MCClellan arCHiteCts Seattle, WA mccarch.com A I L

A sKB arCHiteCts Seattle, WA skbarchitects.com

stretCH design Seattle, WA elizabethstretch.com I

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CHris Pardo design: eleMental arCHiteCture Seattle, WA elementalarchitecture.com

stuart silK arCHiteCts | liMited Ps Seattle, WA stuartsilk.com

I CHristian grevstad inC. | interior design Seattle, WA christiangrevstad.com

A I sundBerg Kennedy ly-au young arCHiteCts Seattle, WA sklarchitects.com

dyna ContraCting Seattle, WA dynacontracting.com

totH ConstruCtion, inC. Seattle, WA tothconstruction.com

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A e. CoBB arCHiteCts Seattle, WA cobbarch.com

eriC KorMondy ConstruCtion inC. Seattle, WA 206.310.1088 H

A I garret Cord werner arCHiteCts & interior designers Seattle, WA garretcordwerner.com L joHn M. BernHard asla, inC. Seattle, WA 206.522.0555 L KeitH r. geller landsCaPe design Seattle, WA 206.322.2005

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voice over with a personality as distinctive and fearless as its owner, this converted 1950s rambler in alexandria, virginia, exudes character at every turn that is anything but sotto voce. w r i t t e n b y j o r g e s. a r a n go

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he most courageous act is still to think for yourself—aloud,” said the indomitable Coco Chanel. By that standard, the home of designer Shazalynn Cavin-Winfrey in Alexandria, Virginia, which she shares with her husband and two children,

expresses her particular character in a booming timbre. And that’s the point. “The space is experiential,” says Cavin-Winfrey. “You come in and immediately get a sense of who we are. It’s about our collections, the raw materials that indicate we’re not from an urban area, and things that are both old and new.” To say the interiors are idiosyncratic is to put it mildly. Cavin-Winfrey was born, she says, to “hippie parents” in Roswell, New Mexico, (to which she attributes the uniqueness of her name) and raised in Midland, Texas. When her husband’s job brought them to the D.C. area, they purchased a 1956 rambler that had suffered many additions. They didn’t like the layout or the kit greenhouse that jutted out from the façade, but the abundance of fenestration—there were 11 skylights throughout— ensured plenty of natural light, something every Southwest girl craves.

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The family room of this home by designer— and owner—Shazalynn Cavin-Winfrey features sofas upholstered in Robert Allen fabric with Samuel & Sons trim. A rope-wrapped Currey & Company chandelier echoes the natural texture of the Stark carpet; a Henredon hutch seamlessly blends into the subtle color scheme of the space.


Artist Santiago Pérez’s The Ship of Fools: The Hunt for the Space Whale, acquired through Nüart Gallery in Santa Fe, adds color and whimsy to the mostly creamhued room. Taking pride of place in the same vignette is the lion head-accented Leone console by David Iatesta.


Off the entry, Baxter counter stools by Furniture Classics surround a custom table in a casual study. Bookshelves were built into the structure of the home and highlight Cavin-Winfrey’s many unique finds and quirky trinkets. Circa Lighting pendants overhead allow for reading after dark.


Upon entering, the family (and guests) are greeted by an antique rocking horse—a gift from Cavin-Winfrey’s grandmother—covered in Phillip Jeffries’ Rings wallpaper. As a dramatic foil, the designer chose the same textile in an inverted colorway for the adjacent wall. A framed antique quilt amps up the character of the space. c o n t i n u e d f r o m p a g e 148

After a few initial cosmetic changes to make it livable, the couple decided on a complete overhaul. For that, they engaged architect Christine A. Kelly and general contractor Greg Butenhoff of Butenhoff Construction. “Shazalynn described her vision for the exterior as having a wine country aesthetic,” Kelly says. “Portions of the existing house were stucco, which she liked and wanted to integrate throughout the entire exterior finish. We also designed parapet walls around the perimeter of the house and selected wood windows with an exterior black aluminum cladding to create the aesthetic she was looking for.” Kelly also gave the home low-sloping and flat roofs, while the landscape emphasizes the cleaner Postmodernist profile with topiary-like clipped hedges and tidy flagstone paths. Inside, Kelly says, “We maintained all of the existing skylights and opened up the floor plan to create better flow and help the light stream throughout.” luxe interiors

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Not surprisingly, the interiors are as distinctive as Cavin-Winfrey’s first name. A portrait of her with her children—by Santa Fe-based artist Erin Cone—in the entry sets the tone; mom is cropped out of the frame above the abdomen. “The place is filled with crazy stuff,” she admits rather happily: colorfully whimsical artwork; framed textiles from around the world; a tray of tortoiseshells and a handmade angel doll in the living room; an antique rocking horse covered in Phillip Jeffries wallpaper boasting the reverse colors of the same paper that covers the wall against which it sits; animal head masks in her son’s room that double as hat hooks; and an array of antique Staffordshire dogs in the master bedroom. Cavin-Winfrey the minimalist? Perish the thought. “The house is not huge,” the designer explains. “So it was important to create a cohesive color scheme with textures and subtle neutral patterns.” 152 l u x e i n t e r i o r s

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Nubby textures and more unexpected décor are at home in the living room, where matching L-shaped custom sofas by Cavin-Winfrey don Groundworks’ Kumano Weave fabric in beige and Samuel & Sons trim. A peek into the study reveals a menagerie of miniature figures on the shared bookshelves.


Showcasing layered mirrors and collected goods, this antique chest of drawers was found by the designer at Karla Katz Antiques on a trip to New Orleans. Christine Round Tall side tables by Oly Studio offer a required touch of black to this room to mix up the neutral palette.


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The dining room offers a multitude of seating options with Oly Studio armchairs in a Jerry Pair leather and a custom wall-to-wall banquette in Groundworks’ Ombre Maze in lilac. The steel-andantique-mirror tables are from SCW Interiors’ private label, and the recycled-glass chandelier is by Ro Sham Beaux in Charleston, South Carolina.


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Designed by SCW Interiors, the backyard is a streamlined respite from the layered interiors. Outdoor furniture from Restoration Hardware and a round sculpture from Made Goods sit at the base of the straight-edged pool by Lewis Aquatech.


Reclaimed barnwood with Kohler hardware fronts a custom vanity in the master bath. In the corner, the open shower features floor and wall tiles by Lunada Bay Tile from Architectural Ceramics. c o n t i n u e d f r o m p a g e 152

The resulting creams and beiges, along with a bleached floor that “plays up the light,” allow the family’s eclectic possessions to become the focus. Because the open plan achieved Cavin-Winfrey’s desire to have “spaces fall one into the other,” the subdued palette also sidesteps a feeling of disjunction between rooms. Touches of black in every room, she says, “help ground things so it’s not all an ambiguous tone-on-tone environment.” Furnishings are “fresh, natural and unforced,” making even the living room invitingly comfortable and intimate. And an abundance of texture—a rope-wrapped chandelier and linen curtains in the family room, slate floors and wicker stools in the study, nailhead-trimmed pieces in many spaces—impart an alluring tactility. All of these conspire to create a mise-en-scène that could belong only to this family. And though the softness of palette and abundant upholstered comfort whispers rather than bellows, in almost every other aspect, these interiors speak with a confident, full-throated and singular voice. L 158 l u x e i n t e r i o r s

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An Alan Campbell-upholstered sofa and antique rug ottoman—both by Lee Industries—join caned chairs by Palecek to create a seating area in the eclectic master bedroom. Cavin-Winfrey’s vast collection of antique Staffordshire figurines is on full display on the Oly Studio side table and custom raffia-wrapped shelving cabinet.


in the pink a designer balances an abundance of a particular rosy hue in a loft-like

s o h o s pa c e w i t h e q u a l pa rt s fa r e a s t e r n fa n ta s y a n d i n d u s t r i a l c h i c . written by jorge s. arango

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n the 1957 Audrey Hepburn movie musical Funny Face, an eccentric fashion editor, brought to life by the inimitable Kay Thompson, admonished her staff to “Think pink! Everything that you can think, and that includes the kitchen sink.” But this is not a color

met with abandon by most designers, especially when the shade in question is a particularly bright shade of fuchsia. Nevertheless, that was the color requested by designer Ernest de la Torre’s client, a mother and grandmother in her 70s who had been living at The Plaza Hotel for three years and wanted to move to SoHo to be closer to her son and grandchildren. “I was only going to put pink on the sofas,” de la Torre recalls, “but she wanted the color everywhere. She said it made her happy.” Rather than resist, de la Torre embraced it. “Why not,” he adds. “I’d never done an all-pink apartment before.”

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Chairs in the sitting area are covered in a chocolate kidskin by Keleen Leathers. The custom coffee table was conceived by designer Ernest de la Torre and uses hand-dyed straw marquetry to get its plaid effect. Left: For one side of the living room, de la Torre designed a nailhead-trimmed console in red horsehair from John Rosselli & Associates and hung an elaborately baroque-style shell mirror acquired from Drake.


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Recognizing that the palette could quickly become overwhelming, de la Torre gave it a more balanced context by mixing in “elements of subdued fantasy and rawness.” In this case, fantasy skewed toward nature-inspired elements taken from Asian and Indian cultures, where, says de la Torre, “pink is pervasive.” Rawness refers to the industrial origins of the building, originally designed by Cleverdon and Putzel in 1895. Not conceived for residential use, it had begun life as an apparel and hat manufactory and, prior to its 1990s apartment conversion, had housed offices. Because of this, the space lacked the symmetry that is essential to classical proportion and grace, which impart livability to so many homes. With that in mind, the design team had to build the symmetry in. Builders Steven Scordio and Anthony Scordio were charged with executing that symmetry within the existing plan. They did so by mirroring the centruy-old architectural elements. For example, sleeping 164 l u x e i n t e r i o r s

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De la Torre softened the existing stainless-steel kitchen with organic elements such as the trio of custom pendants covered in a deep beige Clarence House horsehair and 1970s teak barstools from Drake. New lacquered-wood cabinetry by Scordio Construction updates the space, giving it a more crisp, streamlined feel.


Grounding the casual breakfast nook just off the sitting area is a vintage horn-inlay Karl Springer game table surrounded by four custom cerused-oak chairs covered in a pink floral embroidered silk by Manuel Canovas. An 18th-century embroidered Chinese panel hangs on the wall.


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Custom Louis-style chairs surround an Oscar de la Renta dining table by Century Furniture in the great room; fuchsia draperies of Tussar Indian silk were fabricated by Lauren Hwang. Behind the Taracea console, the living area includes two custom sofas in pink Sabina Fay Braxton silk-velvet.


In the boys’ room, custom steel windows from A&S Window Associates hide a closet and bath. Below the round vintage Ralph Lauren mirror, Anthony Lawrence-Belfair fabricated the custom trundle daybeds in a durable Stark vinyl, accessorized with John Robshaw pillows. The lamp in the corner is vintage Gordon Martz purchased through Drake.


Above: A custom-built cabinet of curiosities in the library houses some of the homeowner’s beloved collectibles. Left: Above the daybed hangs an untitled Keith Haring pop art drawing that gives whimsical flair to the room the owner’s young grandchildren stay in.

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quarters for the grandchildren featured a wall flanked by openings at both sides that infelicitously looked into a closet and bathroom. “I suggested surrounding it with a steel-and-glass wall,” says de la Torre of this raw, industrial part of the space. The move closed off those spaces while providing access to the door on one side. The opposite side emulates that doorway but doesn’t open into either space. But, as Steven Scordio admits, achieving that kind of radius, so that everything had symmetry and would be in proportion, was somewhat of a challenge. Designed by architect Edward Siegel, the library is another departure from the home’s loft-like character. Siegel ornamented it with egg-anddart cornices and moldings and Corinthian columns that are seemingly luxe interiors

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The master bathroom is a serene escape made for pampering and is centered around the glass-androck-crystal chandelier that de la Torre designed in Italy. The walls are covered in a metallic Venetian plaster and the Waterworks sink hardware is made from sleek hammered nickel. The bronze-and-goat-hair Marc Bankowsky stool was purchased at Maison Gerard.


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A Sabina Fay Braxton washed silk-velvet was upholstered on the walls and on the headboard in the master bedroom and is broken up by metallic linen draperies made by Lauren Hwang. The metallic bedding is from Frette, and the silver parchment-wrapped nightstand was custom designed by de la Torre.


On the opposite wall of the master bedroom, an oversize Vladimir Kagan wood-and-glass console from Todd Merrill sits under a vintage Sergio Bustamante hammered-brass angel wings mirror. The lamp is a vintage cloisonné purchased through 1stdibs. c o n t i n u e d f r o m p a g e 169

more at home in a Park Avenue pre-war apartment. “It becomes a neoclassical set piece in this modern building, which has very tall ceilings, exposed beams and electrical conduits,” Siegel says. The library is also one of the more personal spaces in the home offering a casual and comfortable space to read and be surrounded by things the client loves. Built-in bookshelves not only store books but provide ample space to house a curated collection of Asian-influenced pottery, vintage collectibles and black-and-white family photographs. The personal touches help bring the lofty space back to down to size. In the master bedroom, pink utterly evaporates, and is swathed in teal: the client’s “other favorite color.” But elsewhere it is clear—in a way that would have pleased Kay Thompson’s character—that de la Torre was able to “think pink” from a new, thoroughly modern perspective. L luxe interiors

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desert drama

vibrant colors, dynamic artwork and a masterful mix of vintage, custom and contemporary furnishings reinvigorate a midcentury california residence. written by laura mauk

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For his Palm Springs residence, designer Vance Burke used a black glass wall—a backdrop for Damien Hirst’s Beautiful, Galactic, Exploding, 2001—to section off the dining area from the living room. Opposite top: The residence was built in the 1960s. Opposite bottom: Vivid Ligne Roset chairs surround a cowhide ottoman by B&B Italia in the martini lounge.


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t’s difficult to imagine why anyone would want to escape Los Angeles. But Palm Springs, California—with its dry climate, sculptural mountain ranges and cinematic blue sky—has served as a prominent getaway for Hollywood legends such as Frank Sinatra,

Cary Grant and Marilyn Monroe since the early 20th century. Today, not much has changed. The storied desert landscape is still hosting its fair share of L.A.-based talent, including designer Vance Burke. “Palm Springs is to Los Angeles what the Hamptons are to New York City,” he explains. “I especially like that it’s a small town with a progressive population that appreciates design.” With a steadfast affection for Palm Springs in place, Burke searched and found his own piece of historical design to appreciate: a 1960s stucco-and-concrete-block house designed by architect Richard Harrison. The structure is situated beside a golf course, and Burke was taken

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Clerestories flood the dining area with soft light. A sculptural table and chairs, all designed by Paul Evans, anchor the space, where a series of portraits by Lindsay McCrum hangs on the wall. Burke used two layers of a sheer Calvin Fabrics textile for the draperies.


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with the views of greenery and the amount of open space the course provided. But he was entirely more impressed by the house’s sizable volumes that he would soon fill with iconic furniture, bold hues and

A large triptych provides a graphic quality to the kitchen, which displays wire-brushed oak cabinetry. Burke designed a massive Lucite-and-glass table for the area to maintain transparency. The room’s modernist porcelain-and-chrome chandelier is from Plug Lighting.

large-scale artworks. “The house became like a design lab,” Burke says. “I pushed the envelope and tried new things. It was an opportunity to be more expressive and use more color because it’s a second home, and I’m not in it all the time.” The designer’s experiments include a black glass partition wall he used to separate the main living area from the dining space and a casual area, dubbed the martini lounge, where he placed bright green low-lying chairs and a futuristic white-lacquer console. His bold choice of colors didn’t stop there. “The custom 18-foot-long orange sofa in the television room is an anti-depressant,” he says. “The master bedroom features turquoise and greens, and there are tangerine linen curtains in the guest bedroom.” luxe interiors

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Polished terrazzo flooring in the kitchen reflects light that streams in from expansive windows, flanking the fireplace. The beamed ceiling lends a linear effect, while an untitled artwork by Heidi Van Wieren centers the space.


The kitchen features an ethereal sitting area, where artwork by Donald Baechler is displayed above a Burke-designed chaise lounge upholstered with a Clarence House wool-bouclé blend. Sculptural vases rest atop a silver-leaf side table.

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In selecting the furnishings, Burke layered American and European vintage pieces, custom designs, and contemporary items and fabrics to create a distinctive style. “A mix of things is more personal,” he explains. “It’s like when someone cooks and uses multiple flavors that reinforce each other and give greater depth.” In the living room, he offset a Paola Lenti-designed chaise lounge with a pair of 1970s Italian chairs wearing custom Mongolian lambskin slipcovers. For the dining area, Burke found a fantastical vintage table and a set of

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chairs designed by Paul Evans. And because he wanted to maintain an ethereal feeling in the light-filled kitchen, the designer customized a massive Lucite-and-glass table to function as a second dining area. “A big island just feels so standard,” he says. “At any party, everyone always winds up in the kitchen anyway.” Todd Peter, Burke’s design partner and art consultant, collaborated on the interiors and helped to select impactful artwork for practically every wall in the house. “The fun thing about Vance’s house is the volumes,” says Peter. “They kind of spoke and just asked for great art.” A Damien Hirst limited-edition serigraph and a massive acrylic

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The house, made of stucco and textured concrete block, is a midcentury structure designed by architect Richard Harrison. A low concrete wall delineates a patio, furnished with a pair of chairs designed by Harry Bertoia.


A large terrace—appointed with furnishings by Janus et Cie—connects to the living room and the master bedroom. Cushion fabric by Donghia, a vintage wall sculpture and Flos floor lamps from Design Within Reach finish the space.


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In the master bedroom, Periphery 10379 by Todd Peter, Burke’s design partner and art consultant, hangs above a bed and side tables designed by Burke. The bed is dressed with a colorful Marimekko print, and the drapery fabric is by Summit Furniture. Madagascar by Innovations covers the wall.


A custom sofa and ottomans, upholstered with orange mohair by John Hutton Textiles, anchor the television room. A pair of table lamps—slabs of onyx mounted on Lucite bases—from the Jan Showers Collection imparts an organic touch. Overthrow, 2008, by Curtis Gery hangs above.


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Burke outfitted the guest room with a 1950s rosewood cabinet designed by Paul T. Frankl, a floor-to-ceiling Venini light fixture and a Paul Evans-designed armchair covered with Clarence House suede. The drapery fabric is linen by Calvin Fabrics.


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on canvas by Jon McCafferty are displayed in the living area, while a collection of photographic portraits, 25/50, an exploration of aging in

A surrealist painting adorns the wall above the guest room’s Burke-designed bed, covered with a custom spread made with Donghia fabric. The silver 1960s three-panel screen is from Retro Gallery, and the metallic cork wallcovering is by Innovations.

the faces of men, by Lindsay McCrum, lines a long wall connecting the dining area and martini lounge. “It’s three men who are 25 years old, and three men who are 50 years old,” Peter says. “Depending on the time of day you look at them, different faces seem younger or older.” Burke called in lighting designer Pia Deleon-Neumayr of Plug Lighting to help illuminate the artwork and place the house’s concealed lighting. Having once lived in New York City and now in Los Angeles, Burke relishes the creative opportunity his desert retreat affords him. “So many times I do a beige sofa or cream-colored curtains,” he says. “This house allows me a little freedom.” L luxe interiors

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