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Observe The Contemporary Touches Of Roman And Williams’ Projects!

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Founded in 2002 by principals Robin Standefer and Stephen Alesch, the New York-based design studio known for their work on hotels, restaurants, retail spaces, homes, and product design. Roman and Williams’ projects strive to consistently find the tension between spontaneity and rigor, refinement and rebellion, and past and future. Recently, they have created their most personal work to date: Roman and Williams Guild NY where the studio’s showcases their collection of original furniture, lighting, and accessories, as well as items collected from the workshops of the world’s best artisans, space is home also to celebrated French cafe La Mercerie, helmed by Chef Marie-Aude Rose.

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Gwyneth Paltrow’s New York Apartment was Roman and Williams’ first collaboration with her. She’d loved some of their work that she’d seen in a friend’s house, so she called the office one day, out of the blue. “That kind of phone call never gets old,” laughs Standefer. “It was the beginning of a wonderful relationship.” Though the design firm’s best-known work at the time was “dark and rich, very layered,” according to Standefer, “Gwyneth saw how we could instead channel this ethereal palette: light delicate whites, palest lavenders, grays, silvers, embroidery details.

 

 

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World of Interiors described the second home of Robin Standefer and Stephen Alesch as “…something quite remarkable: a weekend getaway so filled with the curious that it’s more Kunsthammer than beach cabana.” The designers took a relatively unremarkable 1950’s “contractor special” with a 1980s addition, and without undertaking a wholesale renovation, we’re able to completely change the feeling and spirit of the place. They removed drywall, added new wood windows, doors, and tambour walls, and undertook extensive interior decoration and exterior landscape efforts.

 

 

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