Transitional Projects

Mix contemporary lines with traditional features for a transitional design—a medley, a harmony of the classic and the clean.

WATERFRONT APARTMENT, FISHER ISLAND

Pops of cobalt blue add a fresh and casual vibe to this Fisher Island beach apartment .

 

Urban Apartment, Venezuela

Calm palettes and understated furniture allow the vibrant art throughout this expansive apartment in Venezuela the attention it deserves.

 

W Hotel, Miami Beach

Two adjacent units in the exclusive W South Beach Hotel are joined together, complete with an open floor plan and kitchen designed for entertaining, a spacious balcony offering sweeping views of the Atlantic, and a majestic master suite.

 

Italian Villa, Coral Gables

Varying colors and contrasting textures create a dynamism suited for the young family that commissioned this Italian-style villa in Coral Gables. A consistent language unifies the diverse characters of each room. Wood arches, stucco, and subtle backdrops define the architectural features—contrasted with colorful accents. Although each space portrays its own character the rooms remain consistent throughout.

 

Spanish Colonial Villa, Coral Gables

Light balances dark in this Spanish colonial villa. A soft, neutral palette with pops of color in select textiles and furnishings pairs with the bold exterior design to create a peaceful tropical oasis that simultaneously reflects the vibrant local Miami style.

 

Hotel San Marino, Alexandria

The colors, textures, and materials selected for the guest rooms of this waterfront hotel captures the serene Mediterranean view and the vitality of the surrounding areas.

View Projects In Other Styles

 

Contemporary

Bold, fluid, and often minimalistic, contemporary design fuses different styles to create a new, wholly unique look.

Traditional

Known for its classic elegance, sophistication, and grace, traditional design seduces with its warmth of fine arts and woods.