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12.04.20 Architecture & Details / Interior Architecture / Thoughts on Design
The wall as a volume. I began exploring the notion in my last post. The more I think about it, the more it makes sense. In fact, when I go back through photos I’ve taken, what I see confirms the idea. For example, note how the wall planes/panels below the cornice/crown move in and out...
02.10.16 Architecture & Details / Bathroom Design / Cabinetry & Millwork / Events & Happenings / Historic Preservation / Interiors & Antiques / Kitchen Design
Architecture & Details / Bathroom Design / Cabinetry & Millwork / Events & Happenings / Historic Preservation / Interiors & Antiques / Kitchen Design
Inspired by Ocean Home magazine’s recent inclusion of Wilson Kelsey Design in their 2016 Top 50 Interior Designers list, we decided to enter Traditional Home magazine’s New Talent Search. Preparing the entry was much harder than I expected, particularly selecting 10 images that visually tell the story of our firm. It was much like answering the question we ask of ourselves when designing a project...
01.11.15 Architecture & Details / Bathroom Design / Historic Preservation / Interiors & Antiques / Kitchen Design / Thoughts on Design
Architecture & Details / Bathroom Design / Historic Preservation / Interiors & Antiques / Kitchen Design / Thoughts on Design
2014 was a very good year. This was the year Sally and I had been hoping for since the bottom fell out in 2008. Yes, it’s been 6 long years. Sometimes we’re amazed we survived, since 2004 is our residential practices birth year. Projects covered the entire spectrum, from a postage stamp sized contemporary bathroom to finishing...
08.13.14 Architecture & Details / Cabinetry & Millwork / Interiors & Antiques / Kitchen Design
I can’t believe it’s been almost a month since I last posted. I admit, it has been a very busy time. In addition to the new construction Neoclassical home we’re working on, we have a renovation project in Newton happening as well. It’s far enough along that Sally and I can see the light at...
05.07.14 Architecture & Details / Interiors & Antiques / Lifestyle
It had been so long I had completely forgotten. Our design assistant was cleaning out a file cabinet this week found these old color photocopies of a Ferrari showroom space I designed back in the early ’90’s in the lower level of the Gaston Andrey dealership in Framingham. It was called Parabolica. In it’s day...
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