— Attributed to
Mies van der Rohe,
A Quiet Corner
This bedroom vignette
a space under an angled
ceiling line, and
creates a quiet and
area and quiet retreat.
A ‘too small’ clothes closet was transformed to serve the guests of this Boston couple as they entertain on their roof deck.
A usually traditional suburban couple invites a modern touch in the foyer of their Boston apartment. A glass-tiled metal-framed table from France is paired with the clean tapered lines of a German lamp.
A Touch of Tile
These hand-made tiles are a striking (and often commented upon) finish to this elegant kitchen. Although there is a limited amount of under cabinet wall space, the tiles add just the right amount of impact.
The Dutch Room
A mother’s perfectly stitched framed needlepoint of Amsterdam coupled with Delft tiles from travels to the family homeland create the inspiration for the Dutch Bedroom.
Elegant Form and Function
This European client required a kitchen with sleek lines and studied functionality. The result was a beautiful yet truly serviceable kitchen that defies categorizing.
A successful project typically includes hidden elements that satisfy the client’s requirements. Here Sub-Zero refrigerator drawers provide quick access to fruit, salads, and beverages.