This project won 1st PLACE in the 2008 ASID/LA – EXCELLENCE IN DESIGN COMPETITION for RESIDENTIAL UNDER 2,500 Sq. Ft. A custom designed oval rug creates a seating in the round. The furniture floats away from the walls, allowing each piece to be viewed as a sculpture. This composition gives the room a sense of movement and space. On the wall hang two framed Art Deco appliqués that once hung in an elevator vestibule of a Miami Beach hotel. The floor lamp is an Edgar Brandt reproduction. The pony wall, that once divided the upper dining room from the lower living room, was removed and replaced with a bronze railing reminiscent of an old luxury liner.
This project won 1st PLACE in the 2008 ASID/LA – EXCELLENCE IN DESIGN COMPETITION for RESIDENTIAL UNDER 2,500 Sq. Ft. The walls of this room are crackle glazed China red with a dark taupe/brown bole. The glass panels behind the bed slide open. Behind them is the client's treadmill. She can open the panels and watch TV while exercising.
The walls are painted periwinkle blue. The curtains are in a brown ultrasuede. Behind the curtains hang soft sheer scrims. From the ceiling hangs a Calder inspired mobile. A custom ostrich feather lampshade, dyed periwinkle blue, sits perfectly atop an iridescent Murano glass lamp. The lamp sits atop a vintage acrylic desk.
This project won 1st PLACE in the 2008 ASID/LA – EXCELLENCE IN DESIGN COMPETITION for SHOWCASE HOUSE. The walls are covered in hand painted canvas with a damask pattern. The antiques range from the 17th through the 19th century.
This project won 1st PLACE in the 2008 ASID/LA – EXCELLENCE IN DESIGN COMPETITION for SHOWCASE HOUSE. This kitchen was completely renovated, but we kept it looking just like it did in the 1920's. The antique stove has been retrofitted to work great in today's day and age. On the floor are cork tiles, which are very good on the legs and back and help to avoid items from breaking should they fall off the counters.