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I’ve posted a few sneak peeks of this recently completed H3K DesignTurnKey project I designed for this FAB transformed 1952 residence in Tahquitz River Estates. Just got these gorgeous photos of the christened Desert Stardust by Ketchum Photography Real Estate Photography! A huge thanks to clients Duke Sherman & John-Paul for being so fun and adventurous to work with! They understand how important it is to create a fantasy for guests to experience when visiting Palm Springs!
You can stay here too! Contact Vacation Palm Springs for rental info:https://vacationpalmsprings.com/vacation-re…/desert-stardust
Recently Travis and Chris sat down with Richard over at Bear World Magazine talked all things Modern Bear … Check it out over at Bear World Magazine dot Com.
When our clients explained to us they didn’t live in a Mid Century Modern house but still wanted a “Palm Springs look,” we were up for the challenge! I had so much fun helping them transform their 1950’s Spanish Revival, including giving it a much-needed exterior makeover with paint and furnishings! I mixed in some MCM styles that worked easily with the rustic wood and Mexican tile. They are thrilled with the results and this Tahquitz River Estates charmer is now a popular vacation rental!
The first time we saw the work of Danny Heller Art, we thought we were looking at blown up photographs! We were amazed by Danny’s realistic painted renderings of iconic Mid Century Modern buildings, cars, and locations! You can view more of (and purchase) works by Danny on his website:
UPDATE from Danny Heller:
After much anticipation, I’m happy to announce my next exhibition for 2016 will open March 3rd at the George Billis Gallery’s New York City location.
Titled “Midcentury Manhattan,” this series delves deeper into my exploration of the architecture, car culture, and design aesthetic that flourished in New York City in the 1950s and 60s. At a time when the city was transitioning from WWII aftermath to Modern metropolis, a whole new vision of contemporary city life was taking shape. Brownstone buildings turned into glass skyscrapers, a simplified clean aesthetic replaced ornate details, and entire city blocks were leveled to make way for the almighty automobile. Focusing on this duality of old and new, my work captures a changing New York – the old neon signage of the neighborhood pharmacy, as well as the sleek interiors of Mies van der Rohe’s groundbreaking Seagram Building. You’ll find classic storefront windows displaying 1950’s fashion, juxtaposed with office windows of a Madison Ave skyscraper. Viewed as a whole, my series aims to take viewers to this transformative period of time – and might even remind them that many of these scenes can still be found in Manhattan today.
Show Runs: March 1-26, 2016
Opening reception: Thursday, March 3, 6-8pm
George Billis Gallery
525 W 26th St., Ground Floor
New York, NY 10001
We love combining modern and rustic design elements as shown in this bedroom. Love the warmth and texture of the wood, the lighting, and who wouldn’t want a romantic fireplace in their bedroom? Source