Designer Faces #2: Kelly Behun

Kelly Behun is another more modern/minimalistic designer but what I love about her interiors, which differs from Dirand, is her bright palette and the introduction of whimsical and unabashed art and furniture pieces. Her spaces are soft and inviting yet each have an edge, a personality, and a definite playfulness. #2. KELLY BEHUN /// New York based interior designer Midtown Pied-a-terre Hamptons Home Park Avenue Penthouse For more of Behun’s work visit kellybehun.com Advertisements

Designer Faces #1: Joseph Dirand

There are many many talented designers and architects practicing throughout the world. But once in a while, you see work that personally speaks to you and stops you in your tracks. Every detail, every choice feels deliberate and contributes to a greater result than the “sum of it’s parts”. Joseph Dirand is definitely one of those. In the past few years others have been taking note and this French architect has become “trés populaire”. Well, popular or not, I’m a fan. I think you might become one too!  #1. JOSEPH DIRAND /// French architect/designer Dirand’s projects are masculine and minimalist yet set against the softer…

BOUROULLEC BROTHERS

RONAN & ERWAN BOUROULLEC “(b. 1971 and 1976) are a design team formed by brothers from Brittany. In 2007 the firm’s “North Tiles” design for Kvadrat in Denmark won the D – Design Forum AID Award and has been included in Cappellini’s design collection. Their work has included a tree-house bedroom and a “table sprouting a bowl molded from a single piece of heat-welded Corian”. The designs have been described as representing poetic practicality.”We don’t want to make only functional pieces,” Erwan Bouroullec noted. The Bouroullecs work in Paris for clients including Cappellini, Ligne Roset, Habitat, Domeau & Peres, Authentics,…