In partnership with Charles Cudd Co.
Photo by John Hruska
Orono MN, Architectural Details, Architecture, JMAD, Jim McNeal, Shingle Style Home, Transitional Design
Corner Office, Built-In Office Desk, Floating Shelves, Window Shades, White Trim
Desk area set to side of living room for a home office.
Dark blue walls, gold curtains, and pops of red enliven this dedicated work space. サンフランシスコの小さいコンテンポラリースタイルのおしゃれなホームオフィス・仕事部屋 (青い壁、無垢フローリング、自立型机、暖炉なし、青い床) の写真
Originally designed by Delano and Aldrich in 1917, this building served as carriage house to the William and Dorothy Straight mansion several blocks away on the Upper East Side of New York. With practically no original detail, this relatively humble structure was reconfigured into something more befitting the client’s needs. To convert it for a single family, interior floor plates are carved away to form two elegant double height spaces. The front façade is modified to express the grandness of the new interior. A beautiful new rear garden is formed by the demolition of an overbuilt addition. The entire rear façade was removed and replaced. A full floor was added to the roof, and a newly configured stair core incorporated an elevator.
Interior Designer: Eve Robinson Associates
Photography by Peter Margonelli
This home was office done by Weaver Design Group for the project of "Antiques in Modern Design". The walls are painted in a vibrant pink to offset the black and grey used in the consoles and lamps. The 17th century baroque gilt wood mirror gives weight to an otherwise light and airy room. The pair of Louis XV armchairs sit in front of a modern desk covered in a floral wallpaper. The shell consoles against the wall are wonderfully carved wooden consoles in the form of shells and can be used in a multitude of spaces such as a dining hall or an entrance room or anywhere one pleases. The statue of a lady from the Han dynasty period completes the feminine touch.