Posted on 7th November 2010 | Case Studies
The variety of installations speak to the range of spaces in this urban home. The stationary, metallic white vinyl and bobbinet panels in the living room mask the low roofs of adjacent buildings, improving the view and ensuring privacy. Designer, Erik Bruce used a combination of standard brushed stainless steel Mio hardware and custom Mio hardware to create these textile arrangements. The master and guest bedrooms use overlapping layers of crinkled fabric to create an impression of ephemeral petals and airy screens. Brightly colored coated linen sheer rotate on custom stainless rods to provide changing personality and degrees of privacy in the children’s rooms.
Company: Mary Bright
Designer: Erik Bruce
Interior: Stamberg Aferiat Architecture
Photography: Brooklyn Digital Foundry
Learn more about the project at www.marybright.com