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Ten homes with interiors designed to showcase art

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The houses have been designed for artwork collectors, professionals, and lovers to showcase their artwork collections.

Everyone has a definite fashion, with some boasting minimal gallery-like interiors, whereas others champion a busy and eclectic look that echoes the items on show.

That is the most recent roundup in our Dezeen Lookbooks collection that presents the visible inspiration for designers and design lovers. Earlier lookbooks embrace verdant Japandi interiors, U-shaped kitchens, and interiors that use biomaterials.


White loft space with skylights

Turners Studio, UK, by Rodić Davidson Architects

Rodić Davidson Architects remodeled two artists’ studios in London right into a household dwelling that’s stuffed with the shopper’s eclectic furnishings and artwork assortment.

The house pairs whitewashed brick partitions with huge clean partitions lined in the artwork. A glass sloped roof permits gentle to filter into the open-plan residing space making a brilliant and ethereal house.

Find out more about Turners Studio ›


Double-height gallery in Windward House by Allison Brooks Architects

Windward House, UK, by Alison Brooks Architects

Alison Brooks Architects added an extension to a Georgian farmhouse to transform it right into a double-height gallery house.

The shopper’s artwork assortment is displayed on the partitions of the extension and inside quite a few niches designed to carry particular items. A mini gallery displaying 100 small works is built-in into the house’s primary staircase.

Find out more about Windward House ›


Roly Poly chair by Faye Toogood under art by Paul Rousso

Muskoka Cottage, Canada, by Ali Budd Interiors

Pure white partitions have been paired with stained wood flooring and wood-lined ceilings at this log cabin designed by Ali Budd Interiors to function as a backdrop for the shopper’s artwork assortment.

Inside the cabin, a matte black Roly Poly chair by designer Faye Toogood and an offwhite, yarn-wrapped footrest have been positioned beneath a big graphic piece by American up to date artist Paul Rousso.

Find out more about Muskoka Cottage ›


John Wardle's home has an art-filled interior

Kew Residence, Australia, by John Wardle Architects

John Wardle renovated his personal two-storey dwelling in Australia, including Victorian ash throughout its partitions ceilings and flooring.

The white-painted and wood-clad partitions function as an impartial backdrop for his assortment of Japanese sculptures, ceramics, and vibrant artworks.

Constructed-in shelving, cabinetry, and surfaces present delicate storage areas for the architect’s collections without distracting from the leafy views out to the encompassing panorama.

Find out more about Kew Residence ›


Double-height book shelf and display cabinet

Home for the Arts, the Netherlands, by i29

The resident’s artwork assortment, which includes around 100 items, is displayed all through the 2 ranges of this loft-style dwelling designed by i29.

Double-height shelving, constructed utilizing larch wooden and gray HPL, conceals a staircase that results in the mezzanine stage whereas additionally housing books and small sculptures.

The gray resin was used throughout the flooring of the house to offer a clean backdrop for the gathering.

Find out more about Home for the Arts ›


Art-filled interior space in US home

Artery Residence, US, by Hufft

As its identity suggests, the design of the Artery Residence was knowledgeable by the proprietors in depth artwork assortment.

Huge wall areas have been created for displaying portray, pictures, and sculpture, and a bespoke lighting and local weather management system, just like these utilized in gallery areas, helps to protect the items.

Find out more about Artery Residence ›


Cambridge Residence by Stern McCafferty Architects

Cambridge Residence, US, by Stern McCafferty Architects

This Twentieth-century nation dwelling in Massachusetts was renovated by Stern McCafferty Architects to higher showcase the proprietor’s artwork.

White matte partitions have been fitted with massive baseboards, tying the house to its national heritage, whereas the flooring has been clad with pale wooden to equally echo the interiors of galleries and museums.

Find out more about Cambridge Residence ›


Art-filled interior space in Italy

Casa Salvatori, Italy, by Elissa Ossino Studio

Constructed inside a 200-year-old palazzo in Brera, Milan, this house designed by Elissa Ossino Studio was constructed for the pinnacle of the Italian stone model Salvatori.

The house options marble and stone furnishings, sculptures, and artworks, which have been positioned on high of the house’s authentic rippled terrazzo flooring. Its wood-lined ceiling was stained inexperienced, linking the everlasting fixtures of the residing house to its green-hued stone furnishings and artworks.

A woven wicker armchair by De Padova and a brown butterfly chair within the residing house present a tender distinction in opposition to the stone materials palette.

Find out more about Casa Salvatori ›


Home with white interiors

Four Seasons Residence, US, by Magdalena Keck

Situated in Tribeca in decrease Manhattan, this two-bedroom dwelling has a minimal, monochromatic look.

A pared-back materials palette, excessive ceilings, and huge home windows have been designed to create a complicated gallery-like house to showcase artwork.

Herringbone flooring, together with classic, up to date and custom-made furnishings, presents the house with a homely really feel.

Find out more about Four Seasons Residence ›


Home with an art-filled interior

Residence for Two Collectors, US, by Wheeler Kearns Architects

This Chicago penthouse house was designed by Wheeler Kearns Architects for an artwork collector couple.

The open-plan house, which has walnut flooring working all through, was designed to be a welcoming dwelling, but it surely additionally capabilities as an occasion house.

Artworks from the resident’s collections, together with a George Nakashima bench, Harry Bertoia sculptures, and furnishings by Paul Evans, have been positioned all through the house.

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Rachel Ha
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