“Our approach was to design each interior space with crisp, yet sparing architectural embellishments, punctuated by layers of unexpected surface materials and a museum-quality art collection … We wanted it to feel ornate, but also feel light and classical, with a hyper-modern edge.”
Designer Dylan Farrell named the project Georgian Modern. I call it a fabulous mix of different styles and eras with a museum-quality art collection.
Photography by Francois Dischinger
An inter-generational change of hands meant not only a contemporary makeover for this Park Avenue apartment but that interior designer Jeremiah Brent was asked to honour the family matriarch, the previous occupant. The starting point was a stellar collection of Mesoamerican pottery and the statues crafted by the husband’s mother.
Photography by Nicole Franzen
Ghost gums and a lazy, easy water view. An existing home and the need for a new kitchen and laundry. Fresh, coastal, stylish yet casual. The perfect contemporary solution for a young family informed by its natural surrounds on the water in Sydney’s Clareville. By Sydney based interior design firm Studio Gorman.
Juniper Tedhams‘ website may just be a carousel of place holding images but oh my they’re enough to have me craving more. Until her website is up and running there is always her Instagram account. Restrained elegance, minimalist, neutral palettes and serene simplicity.
Calm, cool and collected. This neutral haven in a historic San Francisco by Redmond Aldrich sees carefully considered balance of old and new, family and friends.
Photography by Laure Joliet