Everything was designed to exist alongside and celebrate nature and every material used comes from nature. Taking cues from Romanesque architecture, the elements are either structural of functional and barely decorative.
The gut renovation of a 400 square foot pied-a-terre in New York City celebrates pre-war features, functionality and contemporary aesthetics.
Custom millwork and furnishings bring warmth and refinement to a 55,000 sqft new construction office and manufacturing facility in Ft Lauderdale.
Ocean tones and sensory materials elevate a modern high-rise pied-a-terre into a refined sanctuary with sweeping views across Miami’s Bay.
Strong architectural lines are contrasted with organic elements in a sophisticated urban townhouse in Midtown Miami.
Soft neutrals and natural materials transform a Miami Beach apartment featuring uninterrupted ocean views into an oasis of clam and tranquility.
The interiors of a 90’ Canados are customized for a family to spend summers exploring the Balearic islands.
Luxury is redefined in every detail of a unique, humor-filled contemporary chalet-inspired home in London’s chicest neighborhood.
Unexpected textures and subtle shifts in color bring warmth and sophistication to a very modern family home in Miami Beach.
Dark neutrals with bronze accents and luxurious marble bring understated elegance to a contemporary apartment in the heart of London.
Balancing classic and contemporary styles, a family home in Coco Plum is designed around a meticulously curated collection of paintings, sculptures and antiques.