Inside Zanotta House New York
The latest addition to residential-inspired retail, Zanotta House New York, led by Tihany Design managing partner Alessia Genova, is from one of the city’s most seasoned practitioners of statement spaces. The firm, helmed by Interior Design Hall of Fame member Adam Tihany, transformed Taylor Swift’s former West Village rental, a landmarked 1912 carriage house on Cornelia Street, into a double-height gallerylike space overlooking an indoor private pool (of which only 22 exist in New York). The first floor is home to loungey vignettes featuring new Zanotta standouts, such as Mist-O’s minimalist Ambrosiano table and the crisp Dan chair by Patrick Norguet, as well as Marco Zanuso’s velvety Maggiolina lounge chair from the 1940’s. Floor two features a kitchen for hosting events and a pair of bedroom suites for select overnight guests.
These Modernist-Inspired Rugs Make a Statement
Fabrice Juan looks to the work of Modernist French countrymen for the design of these rugs in his self-titled series for Studio by Tai Ping.
These Terra-Cotta Tile Designs Elevate Any Staycation
Madcap Cottage presents their new series of glazed terra-cotta tiles inspired by tropical gardens and Caribbean patterns to bring vacation back home.
Wood Melbourne Brings Postmodern Pop to the Bathroom
Add a postmodern pop of color to the bathroom with Chromablock, Wood Melbourne’s evocatively hued resin faucet handles in two distinct shapes.