D2 Interieurs has some great projects both in ultra modern and contemporary flavors. For some reason I love looking at homes full of pop art. You know, that all entire white house with everything in it being art. The bright slaps of color, one of these house even has like a six foot pink small in their from yard. I don’t think I could actually live in a home like that but they are fun to look through.
David Scott has an outstanding portfolio with some very nice modern interiors. The United Nations Plaza project is pretty much a dream interior. The mid century pieces and all of the colors and textures are spot on. Sometimes I wonder how an interior design can work in so many different “styles”. I guess they are just that much more talented.
Modern simplicity if found throughout the works of Fort Standard. There is simplicity not only in the materials used but also in the shapes and construction. Form does meet function as the forms are exact and minimal while the functions are clear. Brass, stone, wood and marble are beautiful in their own natural state and Fort Standard utilizes that beauty wonderfully.
Tamara Magel has a great modern style that can shift one way or another. I like how the old and new are mixed. Mid century pieces are used in and among other art and new pieces and they all work so well together. Her interiors have wonderful layers of texture and color. My favorite project in her portfolio is MORROCO ON BOWERY, there is great balance of some of my favorite items.
These white and black interiors are the home of John Melfi. I have always loved the color palette of black and white mixed with grays and wood tones although I am also a fan of color. I am almost certain that if my interiors looked like this I would tire of them and have to insert some color using a good portion of restraint. The wall of art is very nice and because it is mostly black and white it creates a visual texture from a distance but once closer you see the details.
Hanlin Design has curated the furniture collection and soft goods in these stunning Scandinavian interiors designed by COOKFOX Architects. Interesting to note that the design of the house was to accommodate the amazing collection of furniture. I guess it would be the other way around? Either way the house is a clear favorite of mine due to the pieces that are found throughout. The human like sculpture in the last image looks to be a Antony Gormley but I could be wrong. My favorite setting has to be the dinning table, so much Hans going on there.