Thursday, 5 March 2009

KWID

She's done it again...
...and now I have an overwhelming desire to go to Mexico...

12 comments:

seesaw designs said...

the curves on that roof take my breath away. stunning.

Jill said...

Me too! Super Glam!

maison21 said...

i was lucky enough to get to view the project boards (stunning) and an architectural model for this project last year. now i need to visit the property in person!

Cote de Texas said...

the bed is stunning. but stay away from Mexico, it's so dangerous.

Patricia Gray said...

Hi Suzy
She has just designed a new Botique Hotel in Vancouver. I must go this week and snap some photos. I also just got back from Palm Springs and visited the Viceroy and had a drink by the pool. I will post some pictures of that also and compare it to the one in Vancouver. Her style is very unique.

Suzy said...

Would love to see them, thanks Patricia!

Anonymous said...

do you know where one might find the semi-circular chairs in the picture above?

Renee Finberg said...

oooooh...
i think this is unreal !!

the architecture, the brass trunks on stands next to bed, i could go on and on...
there is not one thing that isn't great !!

what a gorgeous post.
thanks
xx

Suzy said...

M21 - Lucky you!

Sorry Anon, I don't know a source for those chairs. I have sneaking suspicion that Ms Wearstler probably had them custom made based on a vintage design...maybe you could have them replicated rather than try and track them down?


Renee - I think my favorite detail is the cabinet in the living room, all those timbers together should not work, but it looks fantastic!

Renee Finberg said...

believe it or not , i came back for a second look.

it is such great work!

xx

brittodette said...

i am in love with the way you used features from a romanesque cathedral on this residential design. to me, its bleeds freedom and romance contradicting the modular basilican structure.

Suzy said...

Hi Brittodette - sorry, can't take credit for this...its the work of KWID (Kelly Wearstler) - although I wish it was my work!