Almost every home we renovate or design from the ground up, includes a generous amount of art. Sometimes the homeowner has an extensive collection which we place in advance on our drawings. Existing art objects can be placed throughout the house providing ‘art walls’ or niches for specific pieces. More often the homeowner enjoys collecting art over time and placing it where it fits. Either way, natural and artificial light plays an important role in how the art is appreciated.
Most important, we should have fun collecting art whether it is our children’s first creations or the work of famous artists, and what place is more personal than our home to display that art?
Photos by Rob Karosis Curated Brochure by Crisp Architects: Portfolio