Art in Nature

Wed 07 2010

A 5’x8′ Sicis multi-glass mosaic mural is the intricate and colorful focus of the space. The green glass tile and brass floor and custom Bubinga vanity of African rosewood are complementing elements to the art. Pearlized walls and a ceiling cove of gold leaf offer a shimmering background. A satin gold-finished wall-mounted faucet and the graceful lines of an organic shaped vessel sink complete this astonishing natural beauty. Tess E. Giuliani


Industrial Appeal

Wed 07 2010

The concrete floors are tinted in a soothing eggplant hue. The scarlet red of feature walls generates instant contrast to the coolness of cement and metal. Fired steel panels riveted to the remaining walls provide a bold effect balanced by the bare bulb light fixtures. A framed specialty glass alternative became the perfect choice for a door, to allow a less confined feeling while maintaining privacy. Mary Roles. Lori Carroll & Associates

A space that was true to the integrity of the structure, and would provide a place of solitude for a busy doctor, took on the shape of this restful sleek design, entitled Wild Plum, after the natural vegetation, native to the property. Well-placed walls and doors separate the space while allowing for an open environment, in-sync with the open air feeling of the home site. Brian M. Johnson