Although I have my own design practice, I cover other designers in my blog every so often. Three designers keep coming to mind, to my mind anyway, as creating some of the most important interiors in the country. I am referring to Ken Fulk, Jay Jeffers, and Steven Volpe. Their individual work is full of personality not to mention glorious antiques and important art works.
All images via Elle Decor.
In the dining room, vintage armchairs, aluminum bookshelves, and a 1950’s light fixture.
Piero Fornasetti cabinet, Diego Giacometti sculpture, and galvanized tin console by John Dickinson.
Solarium featuring an Idris Khan photo and table by Kurt Ostervig.
Oh-Void chair by Ron Arad with an aluminum and marble table by Hiquily. Floor lamp is by Arne Jacobsen.
The living room features a Volpe designed sofa in a wonderful Gretchen Bellinger linen velvet. The cubes are by Martin Szekely and are made of cork. Vintage Mongolian lambskin chair by Franco Albini.
A photograph by Christian Marclay. Cabinet by Marc du Plantier. Jansen brass lamp. And brass and marble table lamp by T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings.
Barstools by Knoll.