A Collectors Retreat

Color, texture, and detailing are used to create an inviting home that showcases an impressive collection of art and eclectic objects.

A View Out, A View In

Interior vignettes compliment the architecture with its multiple visual axes connecting interior and exterior living spaces. We utilize artwork, views, color, and furnishings to help organize and guide one’s progression through spaces.

Custom Detailing

Our projects are customized to reflect the tastes of our clients and compliment the architecture. We work closely with local and internation artisans to realize our designs. Custom and vintage furnishings share their connection to color, texture, artistry, and artisanal craftsmanship.

Project Information

Artwork is the central focus to many of our interiors. We create spaces that enhance, organize and provide the backdrop for art, and our client’s lives.

Here the interiors were designed to create a dynamic dialogue between our clients’ various collections and vast art collection with the exquisitely tailored architecture. A mix of color, pattern, scale, and collectible furniture combine to express deeper interests of the client. The result can be a visually rich and compelling space, expressive of the joys of collecting.

The foundation was set with wide plank oak flooring purchased from Europe. A careful mix of colors provides a warm glow, while leather, lacquer and stone provide a textural richness. Door and cabinet hardware, along with the decision to have a hanging art mobile over the dining room table, deliver unexpected moments of joy throughout the modernist design.

Process

A complex mix of colors and textures – customized rugs, hand selected leather walls, subtle color variations in lacquer cabinets – were the result of sampling, research and dedication to a craft of excellence.

Credits

Interior Design: David Bjorngaard
Architecture: Gemmill Design
Construction: Matarozzi Pelsinger Builders
Photography: Adam Rouse