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Cooler tones pervade this Upper East Side apartment. Elements like a grey lacquer library and white and gray marble throughout the apartment are accented with an electric-blue lacquer and straw marquetry cabinet, Ruhlmann-inspired hand-painted gold circle motif ceiling, and a high-gloss white lacquer and bronze-trimmed kitchen hood.
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This Aspen house brings inspiration from the surrounding winter landscape to create a showcase for a contemporary art collection and artisan-crafted pieces. Our work with a range of artisans can be seen throughout the home, from the custom black steel light fixture with hand-stitched leather straps to the Verdun green shearling sofa.
A richness of textures makes the connection between the comfort of home and the beauty of the surrounding landscapes in this Aspen townhome. Unique vintage furniture from the Paris flea market and custom-built pieces stand out against the backdrop of reclaimed Barnwood, Colorado buff local stone, custom bronze metalwork, and cashmere upholstered walls.
Geometric lines, earth tones, and carefully curated materials provide an ever-so-subtle nod to 1970s Aspen. This residence’s warm palette and natural materials bring references to the surrounding natural beauty of the outdoors inside with features such as deep forest green drapes, a granite bathroom, and stone, leather, and wood coffee tables.
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The renovation of this Upper West Side Renaissance Revival townhouse brings together strong and identifiable influences that span several decades from the 1940s to the 1980s. A dedication to warm minimalism and a juxtaposition of the traditional and the contemporary combines an 18-foot banquette upholstered in a French handwoven and custom-dyed orange wool fabric, a traditional baby grand piano, and dining chairs made of polished nickel and white shearling.
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The palette of this Hudson Yards office provides a neutral canvas on which to feature a spectacular collection of art. Concrete floors, bleached oak walls, and cream and brown fabrics make pops of color from the art and select pieces of furniture especially striking.
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This 16-unit tower takes inspiration from its Manhattan surroundings. The facade takes a cue from the notable limestone facades of nearby Fifth Avenue, while the interior layouts draw from the luxurious apartment houses of New York in the 1920s and 1930s. Clean modern interiors, silver travertine bathrooms, and strong simple lines bring the space into the present.
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This classic lobby renovation at a renowned Fifth Avenue address added novel elements to a classic and traditional space. Subtle and warm modernizing touches like hand-rubbed lacquer walls and sleek fabrics and surfaces provide a backdrop against which to feature the traditional moldings, French fixtures, contrasting black-and-white stone floors, original plaster detailing, and intricate and stunning grill of the entry doors.
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This residence in New York’s River House with views of the water takes inspiration from Venetian apartment houses. Deep grey panels and moldings, hand-applied antiqued gold-leaf trim, floral motifs, and ornate prints create a rich setting and story.
This privately owned and operated airport in Seattle provides a bespoke and curated travel experience, with its cozy fireplaces and brown saddle-leather seating. Brown and blue tones throughout, industrial light fixtures, and horizontal louvers on the facade pick up the refined ruggedness of the Pacific Northwest.