From the deep tones of the strand bamboo floors to the light wall colors and muted shades of upholstery and draperies, this home stands for balance and symmetry.
The clean-lined space and lack of mouldings create a modern backdrop for more classic silhouettes.
Bookcases with visually organized squares present a curated collection of unique objects and treasured volumes.
The kitchen and bar is a contrast of woods – light, rift-cut oak and rich wenge, tied together with zebra wood accents on the bookcases at the end of the island. The tiles on the backsplash are stainless steel and the pendant lights are hand-blown Italian glass.
The original house that stood on this property was a unique structure, composed mostly of hexagonal and octagonal rooms. Referencing that design in the new architecture allowed for highly-detailed and unusual design selections.
A custom-designed light fixture, composed of hand-colored art glass panels, runs the width of the theater room. Anigre panels on the walls and ceiling alternate with fabric that serves to absorb sound reflections and keep the room acoustically correct in every seat.
An antique Parisian chandelier is juxtaposed against contemporary vanities. The floor is beautifully veined Calacatta marble.
Twin beds with upholstered headboards and alabaster lamps on the mirrored piece create a serene environment for guests.