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by:Topson     2020-07-25
Dale Mott and his partner entered the hall for the seventh time.
Floor apartments in Washington are brightly lit though they don\'t see windows.
On the contrary, there are three large pieces of art on the wall around the elevator, leading to the home, giving light --
Bright yellow aerosol and acrylic canvas; a black-and-
White Screen printing with sparkling medlar;
And an aerial photo of the beach scene.
\"The crowd welcomes you and brings you into our home,\" Motte said, pointing to a photo of the beach opposite the entrance . \".
Art makes the family warm and calm.
Designing a home that shows art can add to its beauty.
Some people hang their own pictures and put elegant things in places suitable for their own visual aesthetics.
Others hired professionals to serve as curators.
Tony Podesta turned to Olvia De Metrio, architect and partner
The founder of hapstad métrieu, designed the space for his art collection.
When she walked into his house, she said, it was clear that it did not need to be repaired, as if it had been reinvented.
Once the walls are removed, it is clear that the floor is tilted 3 inch from one end of the house, which is unacceptable for hanging art.
He showed her the collection and she created the \"art block program\" to paint each piece and where it would hang.
This allowed her to determine where the walls need to be blocked with plywood in order to give maximum flexibility to the founder and chairman of the lobby and public affairs Podesta Group.
She installed a minimalist revelation on the ceiling.
A discreet suspension track
There, art can be hung with wires instead of traditional picture tracks.
She built custom niches inside the walls, allowing flush installation of video art.
She designed a curved staircase in the center of the House, the most striking design element, and provided a focal point in which all the space revolves around.
\"It\'s a sculpture in itself --
Stainless steel and frameless glass spiral up on two floors upstairs, she said, \"allowing the display of large paintings.
\"My design vision for the House is to create inspired building spaces, but also to provide a neutral background without competitive attention,\" Demetriou said . \".
\"I had to let art shine.
\"Mott also took the career route, and when he and his partner asked not to be named because he was working in law enforcement in the federal government, hired decorators Nicole Lanty, moved from a small apartment to their apartment.
The previous place was too small for them to show the art.
\"My instructions are, \'We have all these arts.
\"Please let it work,\" I said . \"
\"We sent Nicole thumbnails [of our art]
Tell her what furniture we want to keep, what we need to buy, and she\'s gone from there, \"said Motte, director of stage strategy advancement at the Washington arena.
\"The trick to loftlike space is to make it feel like a home, not a gallery, and make sure that the art is not covered up by design elements,\" Lanteri said . \", Same mood as Demetriou.
I hugged the white walls and didn\'t feel the need to cover them all.
\"The negative wall space is good because it makes the rest of the room breathe.
She also knows that their collection will continue to grow.
One limit is a dozen audio speakers.
Wired and installed on the wall when the house is purchased.
But instead of ignoring or taking them out, she used them as sculptures and arranged for the artwork to hang next to them.
For example, on the wall opposite the kitchen, she adds a white square speaker to the composition of photos, sculptures, prints and paintings, many of which are white frames.
She painted an image art wall on a white wall, a sea of people.
To make sure the artwork doesn\'t look floating, she adds a shallow, narrow curved walnut ledge underneath them.
The ledge is visually attached to the kitchen cabinet opposite the room, balancing the space.
Three white speakers and black speakers
A frame TV screen hangs above the fireplace --room wall.
Our idea is to rush.
\"Install the speakers so they go away, but Nicole did the opposite,\" said Mott.
\"She took off the speaker cover and created a sculpture wall with the speaker and TV.
\"Without a lid, they look more like the sculpture itself,\" Lanteri said . \".
They fit in the style of bare pipes on the ceiling.
To finish the wall of the fireplace and make the TV less visible, she covered the wall with dark graphite --
Flowers and cloth.
\"When you look at the wall under the light \"--a street-
Adjacent to the glass wall-
\"It goes from gray to green, from blue to black.
So the black TV picture came in . \"
Mott and his partner wanted to lay a modern design rug on the floor of the living room they bought in Turkey, but it was too small.
I fixed it in a neutral place.
A sword that connects caramel, reddish brown, orange and red on the carpet, and pale maple floors.
\"She creates a balance of color and texture with our art, furniture and space, which we don\'t know about,\" said Mott . \".
Lanteri chose the master Kartell chair for the table in the restaurant.
Overlapping branches of arms and seat backs make the chair look like a sculpture.
\"The dining table is always bright sitting in the glass corner of the apartment,\" said Mott . \".
\"The mobility of the chair is perfectly matched with the lamps on it.
\"Nevertheless, in any design project, the light is also essential in addition to natural light.
Demetriou consulted the lighting designer at the Hirshhorn Museum about Podesta\'s collection to develop strategies.
Lanteri installed semi-transparent lamps at the Mott home so that the lamps themselves would not hinder the view of the surrounding space.
She chose the Hope hanging light hanging on the table, \"because it captures the whimsy of the chair and impromptu clips on the elegant Liz pendant on the kitchen island.
\"All the lights are chosen purposefully so as not to disappear from the art.
I chose acrylic or glass fixtures so that when the lights go out they are more or less translucent and when the light comes on, you can appreciate its subtle effects in a way that doesn\'t subvert art, \"she said.
The Washington Post enters the seventh hall of Dale Mott and his partner.
Floor apartments in Washington are brightly lit though they don\'t see windows.
On the contrary, there are three large pieces of art on the wall around the elevator, leading to the home, giving light --
Bright yellow aerosol and acrylic canvas; a black-and-
White Screen printing with sparkling medlar;
And an aerial photo of the beach scene.
\"The crowd welcomes you and brings you into our home,\" Motte said, pointing to a photo of the beach opposite the entrance . \".
Art makes the family warm and calm.
Designing a home that shows art can add to its beauty.
Some people hang their own pictures and put elegant things in places suitable for their own visual aesthetics.
Others hired professionals to serve as curators.
Tony Podesta turned to Olvia De Metrio, architect and partner
The founder of hapstad métrieu, designed the space for his art collection.
When she walked into his house, she said, it was clear that it did not need to be repaired, as if it had been reinvented.
Once the walls are removed, it is clear that the floor is tilted 3 inch from one end of the house, which is unacceptable for hanging art.
He showed her the collection and she created the \"art block program\" to paint each piece and where it would hang.
This allowed her to determine where the walls need to be blocked with plywood in order to give maximum flexibility to the founder and chairman of the lobby and public affairs Podesta Group.
She installed a minimalist revelation on the ceiling.
A discreet suspension track
There, art can be hung with wires instead of traditional picture tracks.
She built custom niches inside the walls, allowing flush installation of video art.
She designed a curved staircase in the center of the House, the most striking design element, and provided a focal point in which all the space revolves around.
\"It\'s a sculpture in itself --
Stainless steel and frameless glass spiral up on two floors upstairs, she said, \"allowing the display of large paintings.
\"My design vision for the House is to create inspired building spaces, but also to provide a neutral background without competitive attention,\" Demetriou said . \".
\"I had to let art shine.
\"Mott also took the career route, and when he and his partner asked not to be named because he was working in law enforcement in the federal government, hired decorators Nicole Lanty, moved from a small apartment to their apartment.
The previous place was too small for them to show the art.
\"My instructions are, \'We have all these arts.
\"Please let it work,\" I said . \"
\"We sent Nicole thumbnails [of our art]
Tell her what furniture we want to keep, what we need to buy, and she\'s gone from there, \"said Motte, director of stage strategy advancement at the Washington arena.
\"The trick to loftlike space is to make it feel like a home, not a gallery, and make sure that the art is not covered up by design elements,\" Lanteri said . \", Same mood as Demetriou.
I hugged the white walls and didn\'t feel the need to cover them all.
\"The negative wall space is good because it makes the rest of the room breathe.
She also knows that their collection will continue to grow.
One limit is a dozen audio speakers.
Wired and installed on the wall when the house is purchased.
But instead of ignoring or taking them out, she used them as sculptures and arranged for the artwork to hang next to them.
For example, on the wall opposite the kitchen, she adds a white square speaker to the composition of photos, sculptures, prints and paintings, many of which are white frames.
She painted an image art wall on a white wall, a sea of people.
To make sure the artwork doesn\'t look floating, she adds a shallow, narrow curved walnut ledge underneath them.
The ledge is visually attached to the kitchen cabinet opposite the room, balancing the space.
Three white speakers and black speakers
A frame TV screen hangs above the fireplace --room wall.
Our idea is to rush.
\"Install the speakers so they go away, but Nicole did the opposite,\" said Mott.
\"She took off the speaker cover and created a sculpture wall with the speaker and TV.
\"Without a lid, they look more like the sculpture itself,\" Lanteri said . \".
They fit in the style of bare pipes on the ceiling.
To finish the wall of the fireplace and make the TV less visible, she covered the wall with dark graphite --
Flowers and cloth.
\"When you look at the wall under the light \"--a street-
Adjacent to the glass wall-
\"It goes from gray to green, from blue to black.
So the black TV picture came in . \"
Mott and his partner wanted to lay a modern design rug on the floor of the living room they bought in Turkey, but it was too small.
I fixed it in a neutral place.
A sword that connects caramel, reddish brown, orange and red on the carpet, and pale maple floors.
\"She creates a balance of color and texture with our art, furniture and space, which we don\'t know about,\" said Mott . \".
Lanteri chose the master Kartell chair for the table in the restaurant.
Overlapping branches of arms and seat backs make the chair look like a sculpture.
\"The dining table is always bright sitting in the glass corner of the apartment,\" said Mott . \".
\"The mobility of the chair is perfectly matched with the lamps on it.
\"Nevertheless, in any design project, the light is also essential in addition to natural light.
Demetriou consulted the lighting designer at the Hirshhorn Museum about Podesta\'s collection to develop strategies.
Lanteri installed semi-transparent lamps at the Mott home so that the lamps themselves would not hinder the view of the surrounding space.
She chose the Hope hanging light hanging on the table, \"because it captures the whimsy of the chair and impromptu clips on the elegant Liz pendant on the kitchen island.
\"All the lights are chosen purposefully so as not to disappear from the art.
I chose acrylic or glass fixtures so that when the lights go out they are more or less translucent and when the light comes on, you can appreciate its subtle effects in a way that doesn\'t subvert art, \"she said.
The Washington Post enters the seventh hall of Dale Mott and his partner.
Floor apartments in Washington are brightly lit though they don\'t see windows.
On the contrary, there are three large pieces of art on the wall around the elevator, leading to the home, giving light --
Bright yellow aerosol and acrylic canvas; a black-and-
White Screen printing with sparkling medlar;
And an aerial photo of the beach scene.
\"The crowd welcomes you and brings you into our home,\" Motte said, pointing to a photo of the beach opposite the entrance . \".
Art makes the family warm and calm.
Designing a home that shows art can add to its beauty.
Some people hang their own pictures and put elegant things in places suitable for their own visual aesthetics.
Others hired professionals to serve as curators.
Tony Podesta turned to Olvia De Metrio, architect and partner
The founder of hapstad métrieu, designed the space for his art collection.
When she walked into his house, she said, it was clear that it did not need to be repaired, as if it had been reinvented.
Once the walls are removed, it is clear that the floor is tilted 3 inch from one end of the house, which is unacceptable for hanging art.
He showed her the collection and she created the \"art block program\" to paint each piece and where it would hang.
This allowed her to determine where the walls need to be blocked with plywood in order to give maximum flexibility to the founder and chairman of the lobby and public affairs Podesta Group.
She installed a minimalist revelation on the ceiling.
A discreet suspension track
There, art can be hung with wires instead of traditional picture tracks.
She built custom niches inside the walls, allowing flush installation of video art.
She designed a curved staircase in the center of the House, the most striking design element, and provided a focal point in which all the space revolves around.
\"It\'s a sculpture in itself --
Stainless steel and frameless glass spiral up on two floors upstairs, she said, \"allowing the display of large paintings.
\"My design vision for the House is to create inspired building spaces, but also to provide a neutral background without competitive attention,\" Demetriou said . \".
\"I had to let art shine.
\"Mott also took the career route, and when he and his partner asked not to be named because he was working in law enforcement in the federal government, hired decorators Nicole Lanty, moved from a small apartment to their apartment.
The previous place was too small for them to show the art.
\"My instructions are, \'We have all these arts.
\"Please let it work,\" I said . \"
\"We sent Nicole thumbnails [of our art]
Tell her what furniture we want to keep, what we need to buy, and she\'s gone from there, \"said Motte, director of stage strategy advancement at the Washington arena.
\"The trick to loftlike space is to make it feel like a home, not a gallery, and make sure that the art is not covered up by design elements,\" Lanteri said . \", Same mood as Demetriou.
I hugged the white walls and didn\'t feel the need to cover them all.
\"The negative wall space is good because it makes the rest of the room breathe.
She also knows that their collection will continue to grow.
One limit is a dozen audio speakers.
Wired and installed on the wall when the house is purchased.
But instead of ignoring or taking them out, she used them as sculptures and arranged for the artwork to hang next to them.
For example, on the wall opposite the kitchen, she adds a white square speaker to the composition of photos, sculptures, prints and paintings, many of which are white frames.
She painted an image art wall on a white wall, a sea of people.
To make sure the artwork doesn\'t look floating, she adds a shallow, narrow curved walnut ledge underneath them.
The ledge is visually attached to the kitchen cabinet opposite the room, balancing the space.
Three white speakers and black speakers
A frame TV screen hangs above the fireplace --room wall.
Our idea is to rush.
\"Install the speakers so they go away, but Nicole did the opposite,\" said Mott.
\"She took off the speaker cover and created a sculpture wall with the speaker and TV.
\"Without a lid, they look more like the sculpture itself,\" Lanteri said . \".
They fit in the style of bare pipes on the ceiling.
To finish the wall of the fireplace and make the TV less visible, she covered the wall with dark graphite --
Flowers and cloth.
\"When you look at the wall under the light \"--a street-
Adjacent to the glass wall-
\"It goes from gray to green, from blue to black.
So the black TV picture came in . \"
Mott and his partner wanted to lay a modern design rug on the floor of the living room they bought in Turkey, but it was too small.
I fixed it in a neutral place.
A sword that connects caramel, reddish brown, orange and red on the carpet, and pale maple floors.
\"She creates a balance of color and texture with our art, furniture and space, which we don\'t know about,\" said Mott . \".
Lanteri chose the master Kartell chair for the table in the restaurant.
Overlapping branches of arms and seat backs make the chair look like a sculpture.
\"The dining table is always bright sitting in the glass corner of the apartment,\" said Mott . \".
\"The mobility of the chair is perfectly matched with the lamps on it.
\"Nevertheless, in any design project, the light is also essential in addition to natural light.
Demetriou consulted the lighting designer at the Hirshhorn Museum about Podesta\'s collection to develop strategies.
Lanteri installed semi-transparent lamps at the Mott home so that the lamps themselves would not hinder the view of the surrounding space.
She chose the Hope hanging light hanging on the table, \"because it captures the whimsy of the chair and impromptu clips on the elegant Liz pendant on the kitchen island.
\"All the lights are chosen purposefully so as not to disappear from the art.
I chose acrylic or glass fixtures so that when the lights go out they are more or less translucent and when the light comes on, you can appreciate its subtle effects in a way that doesn\'t subvert art, \"she said.
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