This project was a collaboration with Office 42 Architecture and the client’s established decorator, Kevin Beer. Therefore, it was paramount that my work be cohesive with the existing look and feel of the house. I sought to respect and extend the design elements and thoughtful care in the home to ensure that the client’s lifestyle is supported.
Taking cues from the living room built-in cabinet doors, I repeated their latticework in the kitchen cabinet doors. Removing the cabinets that flanked the showcase window above the sink made it the star of the room. Hidden storage became essential. White subway tiles, a sculpted plaster hood, and open shelving brighten the space and add height.
The family is delighted with their new kitchen. It seems the whole is equal to more than the sum of its parts.
For the renovation of this luxury multi-family building, we imagined the potential renter's needs, desires, and lifestyle, in congruence with the investor’s vision for their building.
A garage upgrade for a versatile space, this compact design elevates the ADU experience. Created for maximum light, air, storage, & fun, we made the most of what was available.
Building an inviting media-room bar with Heath Ceramics tile in Jade Manganese on the wall, and Mont Blanc quartzite counters. For films or football - cheers!
Achieving the look of sunbeams across this new poolside bathroom using an original pattern of Dal Tile’s hexagon ceramic tile.
Location, location, location! Every detail counts. Aligning polished nickel fixtures by Brizo with surrounding elements for a specific composition.