Well, I know I’m a bit late to this party — but when I saw some images of this space I’d never seen before I had to post my take on The Waterhouse at South Bund. With many of my favorite materials–corten steel, concrete, wood, glass–and a gorgeous palette (just look at that hallway shot: the combinations of deep charcoal, golds, greys and white is stunning), there are plenty of ideas here to apply to a residential space.
Here’s a guy who takes terrific interior and architectural shots, who also does great portraits, but whose work becomes brilliant shooting people in their environments. The absolute stillness of these images fill me with a sense of calm mindfulness. Amazing.
All images via DANIEL HENNESSY PHOTOGRAPHY.
Loving the dark wood and floor with that textured grey wall–and really into the wing-backed headboard. Of course the closet looks terrific, too. But let me say for the record that I’m not one for using old suitcases as tables–nope.
p.s. Check out the conversation going on here. New poster (and good friend) Mackenzie brings up a great point about design vs practicality. I’d love to see your thoughts…