East Hampton, NY
This small residence in East Hampton takes inspiration from the dizzying environments of sexually liberated lounge culture, playing with the balance between masculinity and femininity. Bold furniture, such as a Frankl chair upholstered in bright yellow silk and black piping, as well as an early Kagan chair in fuchsia with polished chrome studs, test this balance. In the living room, an assortment of polished chrome and mirrored furniture rest on an island-like Flokati rug. The black and white kitchen stands in stark contrast to the 1930’s French floral paper-lined dining room, executed here as a pop-art graphic.