Chelsea, NYC—Gentleman's Loft
A single man in an industrial downtown loft: a mix of raw, exposed brick and pipe, and the rich elements of a membership club. Utilizing client-existing furnishings, vintage pieces, and custom designed elements the result is an eclectic, inviting space.
Originally built in 1900, THIS historic Sausalito home was in need of some T.L.C. With sweeping views of San Francisco, the Bay Bridge and Alcatraz, we were tasked with the challenge of giving this 117-year old house a design overhaul that embraced its rich history and offered a prospective buyer updated amenities. The result is a modern but classic design aesthetic.
Mt. tam contemporary
Our minimalist design approach maximizes the views of Mt. Tam - the real show stopper of this contemporary Marin home. Our goal was to create a design to truly maximize California indoor/outdoor living. The overall neutral palette is punctuate with pops of color for some added fun.
This Aspen retreat boasts both grandeur and intimacy. By combining the warmth of cozy textures and warm tones with the natural exterior inspiration of the Colorado Rockies, this home brings new life to the majestic mountains.
SONOMA—MODERN FAMILY RETREAT
A young international family relocates from Hong Kong to California and falls upon a spectacular property in Sonoma to create a relaxed and inviting weekend home. We drew on both a modern farmhouse vernacular, as well as subtle references to their Asian heritage.
CHICAGO GOLD COAST—ART DECO CLASSIC
An empty-nester couple opts to leave the suburbs for the city, landing in an historic Art Deco building. Strong lines and rich materials reflect the timeless grandeur of the architectural vernacular, while still feeling comfortable and inviting.
A young family of five seeks to create a family compound constructed by a series of smaller dwellings. Each building is characterized by its own style that reinforces its function. But together they work in harmony to create a fun and playful weekend getaway.
Marin County—mid-century Bungalow
A 1958 Bungalow that had been left for ruin—the perfect project for me and my husband. We updated only what was needed while revitalizing many of the home's mid-century elements.