Audrey Matlock Architect

Posted on Fri, 16 Apr 2010 by KiM

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…)


Sarah says:

Beautiful…could dust it with a leaf blower, just open the door. Love all those cabinets, minimalize requires lot of storage.

JLo says:

Amazing! Any idea how to find the chandelier from the dining room?

midcenturyjo says:

JLo it’s a Gino Sarfatti Lamp 30 … could be a 50 but I’m too blind to count how many bulbs 🙂

Tonia says:

Can I move in now?

Cara says:

I LOVE this! Does anyone know anything about the dining room table in the 3rd post?

Rosie says:

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 🙂

peggy says:

Um, Kim, I think you are conspiring to turn me into a neutral fanatic. These rooms are beautiful, simple and serene.

Mônica says:

I loved this space!! It’s a dream of house.

Nur says:

Enhorabuena por el blog! Son unas imágenes preciosas

matlocklover says:

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, . 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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