The Brussels home of designer Victoria-Maria Geyer is a bold combination of mid-century modern classics by the likes of Eero Saarinen, Joe Columbo, Alvar Aalto, Tobias Scalpa, and a gorgeous kitchen wrapped in Marmoreal. Graphic and bold artwork add to the drama.
According to the bio on New York designer Sasha Bikoff’s website, her aesthetic is 18th century French Rococo mixed with 1960s Space Age Modern, 1970s French Modernism and 1980s Italian Memphis Milano, which she executes with bright and colorful fabrics and rare antiques. Proof of this is her wildly eclectic and vintage filled apartment in Greenwich Village. It’s fun and flirty and I could move right in and have a blast.
Atelier Armbuster is a design firm based in New York City that focuses on modernism and minimalism but also packs a punch. I wanted to share a couple of their projects with you. First up is a jaw-dropping loft-y townhouse and the second is a colourful home on the Upper East Side.
After 30 years of stale decor and small rooms, Gramercy Design took this 1400 sq ft Lower Fifth Avenue apartment to a whole other lofty level by opening it and making it conducive to entertaining. The kitchen is the money shot. So simple yet perfectly executed in a fairly small space. Stashing that photo in my inspiration folder.
This Paris home is brimming with elegance, sophistication and a little funk. The bathroom alone is worth its weight in gold…or purple marble. It’s so OTT fabulous. By French architects and interior designers Daniel and Michel Bismut.