For months we’ve been holding in a very good secret. We are SO excited to finally be able to tell you that Domino magazine is back! Both die-hard fans until it closed in 2009, we couldn’t have been more thrilled when its new Creative Director, Robert Leleux, called to tell us the magazine was being resurrected and that he and Michelle Adams would be at the helm. In the premier issue of the new Domino, we had the amazing opportunity to showcase two of our recent projects: Lauren’s apartment (also our office) in Manhattan and the office we designed for Lucky magazine Editor-in-Chief, Eva Chen. Below, Lauren’s apartment/our NYC office:
Today we wanted to share the images from the stories with you, but we will definitely post about each story individually in the coming days, breaking down both spaces to give you all of the resources, as well as a few helpful tips and tricks.
Designing Eva Chen’s office at Lucky magazine was one of the most exciting projects of this year. It happened in approximately two weeks time as Eva had just been appointed Editor-in-Chief and was on a very short deadline to have her new space completed. We learned that sometimes not having lots of time to ruminate can actually be a good thing. It helped that we were working with Eva, who has such great style. More on her office tomorrow!
This image, below, is actually from Abby Larson’s (Style Me Pretty) house which we designed last Spring. Her foyer was used as an example of the great impact faux bois wallpaper can have. Remember when we wrote about our favorite faux bois wallpaper by Nobilis? Well, Abby’s house was such a perfect opportunity to use it, and we think it turned out pretty well! More of Abby’s house to come!This is Abby’s dining room (another teaser before the full house reveal!)Make sure to pick up a copy on newsstands today!