Design Gallerist presents The Best Interior Design by Mark Cunningham who is renowned for his singular interior compositions.
Incorporating found pieces of both high and low provenance, furniture, and fine artwork, each of Mark’s projects is completely unique.
He wants to make something that’s warm, even in a modern project and which reflects the people who live there.
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Let’s start to see some amazing places which this designer gave his touch up:
This amazing summer house in Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts, which was built by two architects. We can see the join of various colors like white and warm blue/green which transmits an inviting, refreshing and tranquilizing place to stay at summer. There contains upholstery and casegoods made by another recognize artists: for example a sofa from Rose Uniacke and a coffee table from Demiurge.
For this house for a couple based in Texas, Cunningham designed a new kitchen and bathrooms but filled the house with an eclectic mix of American and European pieces that was meant to look as if it had accumulated over decades. The autumn colors and brown wood and is the meaning of earth and nature for excellence, which transmits maturity, awareness, and responsibility, what is also associated with comfort.
There are upholstery and casegoods made by another recognize artists too, like Rose Uniacke, Ellsworth Kelly, Louise Nevelson and Richard Diebenkorn.
In this project, designed in collaboration with Weddle/Gilmore architects. It is an apartment in New York, which designer decorated with gray color and details with other light colors to make a contrast in the house. Thins join makes in home spaces neutrality, elegance, and sophistication. At the master bedroom features a dot painting by Damien Hirst and a large photograph by David LaChapelle.
Mark Cunningham spent over fifteen years as a Creative Executive at Ralph Lauren, before starting his own design firm in 2005. Mark Cunningham Inc. has worked on a wide range of diverse projects on every scale, from residential interiors to hotel design as well as architectural consultation and retail concepts.
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