Inside design studio Drake/Anderson has used muted tones, earthy supplies and clear traces to create tranquil rooms with a robust connection to nature inside this 12-year-old residence within the Hudson River Valley.
The Columbia County residence is located on a verdant property within the Hudson River Valley. Inbuilt 2007, the house was designed by Michael Bell, a Columbia College professor and founding father of the studio Bell Seong Structure and Visibleweather. Bell dubbed the undertaking the Binocular Home.
Sitting atop a concrete plinth, the single-storey, U-shaped residence options glass partitions and a fluid inside. The dwelling is paying homage to Mies van der Rohe’s Farnsworth Home in Illinois and Philip Johnson’s Glass Home in Connecticut.
The brand new house owners bought the dwelling in 2016 and enlisted New York-based Drake/Anderson – led by Jamie Drake and Caleb Anderson – to revamp the inside. The designers took cues from the pure surroundings, together with a verdant garden and dense forest.
“Jamie and Caleb’s objective for the inside design was to embrace the textures and palette of the outside environment within the colors and furnishings,” the studio stated in a undertaking description.
In the lounge, the designers employed clear traces and shades of gray, ivory and brown to create an uncluttered environment. A silvery rug from Tibetano with a raised, Tetris-like sample provides texture to the restrained house.
The lounge, like different areas, is furnished with a mixture of modern and mid-century-inspired items. A customized couch faces a metal-leg espresso desk by Peter Lane. Throw pillows are wrapped in materials by Holland & Sherry, Sandra Johnson and Lauren Hwang.
Two vanilla-hued lounge chairs from KGBL are positioned round a cubic, picket desk by Mizuki Furnishings. Sitting atop the facet desk is an orb-shaped Axon lighting fixture by New York studio Equipment – one in every of a number of sculptural items that act as a counterpoint to the straight traces that dominate the room.
The lounge additionally encompasses a storage credenza by BDDW and a leather-wrapped daybed by Brooklyn-based Vonnegut Kraft. Crescent-shaped arms maintain a tubular pillow in place, giving the chaise lounge a particular profile.
Overlapping stone and glass volumes type Hyperlink Farm Home by Slade Structure
An analogous aesthetic was employed within the residence’s personal areas. The master suite encompasses a king mattress and an upholstered bench by Milan-based Dimore Studio. Tall desk lamps relaxation atop picket nightstands by New Day Woodwork.
An unlimited, white space rug from ALT for Residing helps soften the room’s austere look. Flooring-to-ceiling glass gives engrossing views of the plush panorama and brings the outside in.
The visitor bed room is furnished with a daybed designed by Drake Anderson and fabricated by New Day Woodwork, together with a rounded facet desk by Samuel Amoia and a dark-toned armoire by Mizuki Furnishings. Much like different rooms, a big rug was used so as to add texture and heat.
The staff additionally freshened up the kitchen, which encompasses a gray marble island and picket cabinetry. A spherical eating desk by Dimore Studio is encircled by Patrick Naggar-designed chairs with picket legs that evoke tree branches. A rectilinear mild fixture by Pelle is suspended overhead.
In an workplace, the inside designers added a streamlined desk with exuberant chairs. A group of rounded vessels add performance and visible curiosity.
The inside revamp marks the primary part of a bigger endeavor. The shoppers have bought neighbouring properties and intend to create an property with a vineyard. Panorama structure agency James Nook Area Operations has been employed to design the grounds. Already, a mobile sculpture by Dewitt Godrey has been added to the property.
Identified for its rolling hills and greenery, New York’s Hudson Valley provides a scenic backdrop for modern properties. Different latest initiatives within the area embody black cottages by Thomas Phifer and Companions, a glass and stone dwelling by Slade Structure, and the revamp of a mid-century home by GRT Architects.
Pictures is by Stephen Kent Johnson.