I had to share one more project from Serge Castella. A mountain shack with ancient stone walls and heavy beams filled with mid century classics and a modular sofa by a fire that is calling a siren song. "Come to me Jo. Throw your design weary bones down upon me and snuggle in those covers." I, of course, have no resistance. I love this space.
He's the master of mixing eras, of taking a limited palette and adding richness and interest through texture and shape. French-born, Spanish-based Serge Castella's take on mid modern is fresh, artistic and just a little quirky. Who could mix an elegant French commode with Roman amphora and still remain true to the mid mod aesthetic? His background in fashion and antiques is obvious in his interior design work. Stylish, chic and totally individual.
"Corinne is able to distill the essence of unexpected perfection and create space like a painter does, subtly punctuating and bridging the environment, allowing rooms to become places of freedom and clarity."
It's true. These photos are like a painter's study, a small view of the intended work of art. I want to see the whole creation. A glimpse into a Brooklyn loft designed by Corinne Gilbert.