There is nothing not to love in NY, good food, art, architecture, people… Great designers can hear the history of a place and coax it forth, Clements and Fernandez have coaxed forth their own past and present, in the first home they’ve created from the beginning, as a couple. The place began with key items Fernandez had collected, then he and Clements brought in others they’d found together.
All that has resulted in a home, not a design lab, made for work, pleasure, and frequent use! “We wanted it to be a reflection of us both,” Clements says, “and to feel laid-back. The way our L.A. house is set up, it’s difficult to entertain, to have people over. We wanted New York to be the opposite.”
In the West Village of Los Angeles–based designers, the daybed is by Rick Owens, armchairs by Émile-Jacques Ruhlmann are upholstered in an alpaca by Perrine Rousseau, and the side chairs are by Jean Prouvé; the Venetian mirror once belonged to Helena Rubinstein, the 1950s light fixture is by Alberto Giacometti, the sculpture is Cambodian, and the dhurrie and striped kilim are from Lawrence of La Brea.
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