To end off the work week, how about a little bit ‘o contemporary architecture by New York firm Audrey Matlock Architect. OMG check out all the windows! (I’m not sure how I’d feel sleeping in a bedroom with floor to ceiling windows like photo #2…)
Beautiful…could dust it with a leaf blower, just open the door. Love all those cabinets, minimalize requires lot of storage.
Amazing! Any idea how to find the chandelier from the dining room?
JLo it’s a Gino Sarfatti Lamp 30 … could be a 50 but I’m too blind to count how many bulbs 🙂
Can I move in now?
I LOVE this! Does anyone know anything about the dining room table in the 3rd post?Thanks!
Wow I’m so inspired by those beautiful homes! Audrey Matlock is incredibly talented (and she has a great name!!! my second daughter is an Audrey). That divine Flos chandelier pendant has been one of my favourite lights for such a long time, I love how despite being huge it doesnt look out of place in a home environment. It takes some clever pursuasion skills to convince a client to put a piece like that in their home I bet!! Thanks again for another awesome find 🙂
Um, Kim, I think you are conspiring to turn me into a neutral fanatic. These rooms are beautiful, simple and serene.
I loved this space!! It’s a dream of house.
Enhorabuena por el blog! Son unas imágenes preciosas
These photos are from several different projects by Audrey Matlock. Photos 1,2,5,7, and 12 are all the same house, called the Catskill Mountain House on her website, http://www.audreymatlock.com . The other photos are images of her work also, but are different projects. 3 and 4 are a private residence I think she calls the North Bay house on her site. Image 6 is from the Chelsea Modern on West 18th Street in NYC. Images 8,9,10, and 11 are from a TriBeCa loft conversion also in NYC. The house with the glass bedroom is actually quite private since it is built near a protected reservoir in upstate New York with no visible neighbors, and the surrounding landscape is protected, which ensures no future neighbors will pop up!
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