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An 18th-century mantel centers the library. Paintings (from left) by Nathalie du Pasquier and Landon Metz; Jean Royère armchair; Willy Guhl chair; Gianfranco Frattini cocktail table; Jean Prouvé stool; Jorge Zalszupin sofa.Marmol Radziner Accentuated the home’s underlying framework with a deep-brown finish.

November 2017 issue of ADProject: Brown School of Engineering 
Architect:  Kieran Timberlake
Location:  Providence, RI.The living area's oak-and-linen screens are custom made, the pair of antique English club chairs is upholstered in a Donghia linen, the ottoman is from Dienst + Dotter, and the cube is covered in a cowhide by Edeman Leather; the table lamp is by ceramist Suzy Goodelman, and the jute rug is from ABC Carpet & Home. (Elle Decor)Coshocton Ray Trace | Behin HaThe dining room’s custom hand-applied wall treatment is by Londubh Studio. The golden texture “lends itself to displaying art and photography,” Strauss says. The vintage table and chairs in a Jean de Merry fabric are from Habité. The curtain pattern, inspired by the draperies in dancer Rudolf Nureyev’s apartment, is by Robert Allen. Pendant, Blackman Cruz. Artwork, Miguel Macaya. (House Beautiful)Barnard College, October 2018A ceiling in Benjamin Moore's Chic Lime lends a flash of bold color to the foyer. The room's decor "is a seesaw mix of shiny and matte, austere and over-the-top," Olsen says. (House Beautiful)National Memorial For Peace And Justice, MASS Design Group / Equal Justice InitiativeThe dining room features a white-onyx dining table that was custom-made in Italy; its oval shape is echoed in the solid wooden screen behind it, an oak piece from Oliver Gustav. Above the table is an oxidized-brass pendant by Dimore Studio. “It’s the only bit of flair in the room,” says Valle of the fixture’s feather-like shapes. The chairs were designed by Valle. (Architectural Digest, November 2019)Naples.Galleria Umberto I is a public shopping gallery in Naples, southern Italy. It is located directly across from the San Carlo opera house..1891  Emanuele Rocco architectThe Library: A Russian artisan worked on the apartment for two years, making magic with fabric. Adams found the furry stool and area rug in Africa. (NY magazine, September 19, 2019)In the kitchen, the polished nickel, hardwood, and glass cabinetry and island are custom, and the range and hood are by Officine Gullo. Hanging from the ceiling, which is clad in glass tiles by Urban Archaeology, are eight circa-1930 C.F. Otto Müller ceiling lights and a pendant designed by Gambrel for the Urban Electric Co.One of the spaces fea­tures Leontine Linens bedding and Alicia Adams Alpaca throws from Punch. (Architectural Digest)The Floral Street Bridge near Covent Garden was built by Wilkinson Eyre Architects to enable dancers to access the stage of the Royal Opera House directly from the Royal Ballet School.The walls of Pamela’s office are painted in Farrow & Ball’s green smoke. Custom desk and shelves; vintage chair.  (Architectural Digest, January 2019)In the powder room, the vanity skirt is a Marbleized velvet by Beata Heuman. (Architectural Digest, November 2018).Los Angeles Home of Justina BlakeneyLocated at the nexus of the cross-shaped floor plan, the living room is as much a main artery as it is the heart of the house.  Dinesen Douglas fir covers not only the floor, but also the ceiling and walls, with Ryan's eponymous furniture designs for Interior Define anchoring the sitting area.  By covering the sofa in five patterned St. Frank fabrics, he made it utterly unique.  (House Beautiful, January 2019)..Columbia School of Journalism Lecture HallGeorgantas had this shed built in the backyard for alfresco dining. The art installation was inspired by Earth at Hidden Pond, a restaurant in Kennebunkport, Maine. Paint, Nantucket Gray by Benjamin Moore. Chairs, vintage. Chandelier and table, antique.  (House Beautiful, June 2019)

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