Studio Collins Weir

Kitchen, Central Atrium, Dining Room and Terrace

Design Space #2

Design Inspiration
The past year has reinforced the idea of home as a personal space, a safe place, a sanctuary. This has also been a time of retreat from family, friends and our general community. Where once we welcomed visitors into our homes, we have spent a year creating necessary walls to the outside world. As we emerge from this seclusion and shed our fortress mentality we look forward to once again, welcoming our community into our homes.

Highlights
We strengthened the axial relationship of the three spaces by centering the breakfast and dining tables on the kitchen island. This centerpiece is rendered in Verde Antigua marble complementing the landscape and the sky. The breakfast table sits beneath a paper lantern from Ozone and is surrounded by vintage chairs in lambswool by Pierre Guariche. Bleached white oak and caned millwork doors allow glimpses into the treasures of everyday life.

The dining room is a filter to views East over a green terrace complimented with sculptural chairs by Vladimir Kagan. Set under the Les Cordes chandelier, the table, designed by Studio Collins Weir is rendered in white oak with a high polished steel base whose reflective qualities expand the space and natural light. The Marta Sala dining chairs are upholstered in blue, hope and optimism to the future.

Tension lies between the minimal architecture and the vibrant colors and forms of the fine art including works by Jutta Haeckel, Rita Ackermann, Devina Semo and Judith Eisler. Each of these women explores materiality and process, capturing narratives, memories and movement within the frame of their canvas.

Paint
Marmorino Classico plaster walls to match color, Benjamin Moore, Classic Grey

Additional Wall Treatments
Dining Room with upholstered wall panels in Holland and Sherry fabric

Flooring
White oak, typical throughout

Window Treatment
Ripplefold drapery
Mark Alexander, Town French Grey M407, DeSousa Hughes
Age of Glory, Color: 91 by JAB (De Sousa Hughes)

Light Fixtures
Ozone Brasilia S, Michel Boyer, Bright on Presidio Les Cordes Chandelier, Mathieu Lehanneur, Carpenters Workshop Gallery

Furniture
Dining Table | Studio Collins Weir in solid white oak with polished stainless steel base Dining Chairs | S2 Murena by Marta Sala, the Future Perfect upholstered in Karandash fabric in Cobalt by Dedar, Kneedler Fauchere Console | Quadrato console, lacquer on aluminum by Francesco Balzano, Kolkhoze gallery Wall Cabinet | DC3 12 in recycled wood, Vincenzo de Cotiis, Carpenters Workshop Gallery Terrace Chairs | A pair of foundry chairs and ottoman in black fiberglass, limited edition by Vladimir Kagan, Ralph Pucci Breakfast table | Studio Collins Weir in solid white oak with blackened steel base Breakfast chairs | Set of four dining chairs, c 1950 by Pierre Guariche, 1st Dibs, upholstered in Pebble Boucle fabric by Rosemary Hallgarten, DeSousa Hughes

Equipment/Appliances
Refrigerator | Miele, MasterCool fridge-freezer with push2open hardware and custom full overlay panels, KF2901v1 Cooktop | Gaggenau, Vario 400 series gas cooktop, VG 491 Oven | Gaggenau EB 333 611 Dishwasher | Miele, Fully integrated dishwasher with motorized door close, G 6987 Ventilation Hood | Zephyr, Tornado III Power Pack External Blower, CBE-1000 Sink | Blanco Precis 27, Cinder, 522427 Faucet | MGS, Vela D, Matte Stainless

Artwork
Vases on console | Mark Pavlovits, VL.CB014.V and VMB002.J, Blown glass, ground and polished, The Future Perfect Terrace | Planters by Atelier Vierkant Vessels in cabinetry | Simone Bodmer-Turner, cast white stoneware, matte warm white glaze with slight crackle to surface