In the new apartment of the designer Doug Meyer in New York Chelsea, images and memories from his childhood settled on eighty square meters inside of this home design.
“I’ve been to beautiful monochrome beige and gray spaces, but they make me sad. Good design should be visually exciting”he explains why he chose this home design.
Doug prefers everything weird, and his interiors are similar to art installations. For example, in his previous modern home in Manhattan, he pasted the walls with stripes and triangles of colored paper – only three thousand fragments.
Inside of this extremely creative home design, Meyer designed a fantastic screen made of metal, wood, and epoxy, coated with putty, with portholes and antennas sticking out in different directions. This modern art creation took the designer four months to create!
The guest area is decorated in blue and looks a bit like an aquarium. For this artsy home, the designers say that all the fantasies are from childhood. He remembers that there were always aquariums in the dental offices and that he loved to look at the water world.
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Source: Architectural Digest
Photo: Stefan Julier