lately i have had the good fortune to be invited into some breathtaking spaces; homes, apartments, offices, artists studios….
sometimes i have the foresight to take photos but mostly i am just taking in the details.
wood floors, poured concrete, bamboo, tile, cork ? big windows. ocean views or cityscape? is it light filled or moody and dark with great lighting. spare and modern or chock-a-block full of antiques. bright & colorful or muted and subtle wall colors
the above photos are from a personal shoot i did with the oh-so talented jarrod mccabe in a fabulous, unexpected modern home nestled into a hilly city street between tall apt buildings. i have no doubt it will someday grace the cover of a shelter magazine ( they want to finish the rooftop garden & terrace before unveiling to the public) . it is designed by an exceptional architect and the homeowners are super talented and worked on most of the interior themselves including the wooden cabinets & closet seen above. it has incredible views of a working harbor and light coming in from its floor to ceiling glass windows. i keep coming back to these images that JM took and decided to do a post on this fun shoot we did together this winter.
some of what you see here:
angela adams rugs
sherwood hamill chairs
flor carpet pieces
mies van de rohe's barcelona bench