Thursday, 23 April 2009

David Collins does it again!

For those obsessive compulsive David Collins fans out there (and yes, that also means me)...if you haven't already checked out the website of his latest project, The Charles New York, make sure you head on over and check it out. So much eye candy, so little time. *sigh*

13 comments:

franki durbin said...

wow. it's like living in a cloud, isn't it? beautiful. I'm really wanting to know the view from that settee by the bedroom window. I'm guessing it affords an amazing view of the city. WOW is all I can say

franki durbin said...

beautiful! I posted this link on twitter today for you! ;)

mary said...

His work is a bit too structured for me, nevertheless, it is absolutely breathtaking. Thanks.

maison21 said...

david collins is a genius- so naturally, i must hate him. ;-)

move me in...

DesignTies said...

Wow... GORGEOUS!!! I'm heading to David's web site right now!!

Thanks for the heads-up :-)

Kelly @ DesignTies

Suzy said...

Thanks Franki! - still not sure how I feel about Twitter...checking email, facebook and a blog I just don't have time to figure it out...

Hi Mary - that might be true about his commercial work (which this is - they are essentially hotel rooms, or serviced apartments) - but you might be pleasantly surprised by his other residential spaces.

M21 - I hate him too. Do you think its big enough for both of us? Maybe we could time share!?

Kelly - hope you enjoy - although I've noticed lately that most of his portfolio is password protected, which is a bit of a shame for us design junkies... :(

DesignTies said...

The password protection isn't fair!!!

But that's OK, I found some more pictures here:

http://www.thecharlesny.com/

I think I've found a new colour scheme for my dining room :-)

Kelly

Alkemie said...

Oh I do love David Collin's work! Great post. Thank you for your well wishes Suzy!

Karen O.

ALL THE BEST said...

So calm, stunning and beautiful! Thanks for sharing these great photos!!

Michelle Zuniga said...

Love IT! Just beautiful!

Michelle
Zuniga Interiors

Michelle said...

serene and beautiful...

CAJ said...

Fantastic blog, thanks for this inspiration! David Collins visited our design studio to place an order during our last visit to Bangkok. Let me tell you....His grace and style, worthy for the Sartorialist, matches his interior design. -Caroline (www.lamont-design.com)

James Lee said...

WHY THE POWDER BLUE PLAY VERY WELL IN THIS SPACE?BRONZE TRIM LOOKS VERY ELEGANT BETWEEN BLUE AND LIGHT GREY...THIS GUY HAS HATEFUL TALENT..