COZY MINIMALIST SEATING
A sitting area in the library of a minimalist Tuscan home overlooks the Maremma parkland; the Le Corbusier chairs are from Cassina, and the rug is by Golran.
In a Montana mountain lodge, steel-framed windows lend a modern edge to the wood-paneled living room, which overlooks the Rocky Mountains. The custom sofas are in a Studio Four NYC fabric, the custom settee is covered in a Hodsoll McKenzie fabric, and the custom swivel chairs and 1930s English wing chair are in fabrics from ALT for Living. The walnut cocktail table is custom, and the 1950s Austrian J.T. Kalmar floor lamps are from Bloomberry. A custom hooked rug by the New England Collection has a pattern based on a topographical map of the home’s site.
MINIMALIST ART COLLECTION
In an NYC apartment owned by art collectors, a pair of 1960s chairs from John Salibello is in a Manuel Canovas fabric, the custom sofas are covered in Holland & Sherry fabrics, and the Karl Springer cocktail table (foreground) is from Mantiques Modern; the 1960s stainless steel chairs and cube are by Maria Pergay, the table lamps are by Andrea Koeppel, and the curtains are of a Manuel Canovas silk-cotton blend; the artworks on the wall are by (from left) Richard Prince, Rudolf Stingel, George Condo, and Elizabeth Peyton.
A contemporary farmhouse in the middle of L.A. is a little bit country and a lot modern. Inside the indoor-outdoor living area, custom concrete sofas are topped with Brenda Antin pillows, the 1990 Mats Theselius chair is Swedish, the 1953 Bigfoot cocktail table is by Paul Frank, and the wall is clad in reclaimed farmhouse boards.