Amy Lau Design
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The studio has a reverence for the inherent beauty of natural materials and landscapes. These carefully incorporate elements of each into each design. Its aesthetic encompasses art and design. Each bespoke space is animated with dynamic blends of vintage and contemporary pieces. In this article, we’ll talk about the best contemporary interiors by Amy Lau Design!
Its portfolio includes a variety of artsy and sophisticated houses around the world. Her work has been featured in publications such as Architectural Digest, Elle Décor, House Beautiful, NY Cottages & Gardens, Martha Stewart Living, and Luxe Interiors + Design. Amy’s unique and successful approach has earned her company many of the most awarded design awards.
Amy Lau Design’s expertise makes her a sought-after speaker and speaker at conferences and forums around the world. Amy’s greatest mission and greatest achievement will always be to create livable and meaningful homes filled with harmony, artistic integrity, beauty, and inspiration. Amy Lau Design translates her warm artistic sensibility into witty and meaningful environments.
Elie Tahari East Hampton Store
Close collaboration with fashion designer Elie Tahari delivered a fresh, edited beach feeling to his exquisite new village boutique.
Beach House Bridgehampton
Organic shapes and mod colors enliven an entrepreneur’s grand shingled beach cottage in the Hamptons.
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For a pair of avid collectors, a Miami guest house juxtaposes vintage Italian furnishings with cutting-edge contemporary art.
Architectural Digest Design Studio
For the inaugural ADDesignStudio at the 2016 Architectural Digest Design Show, Amy Lau Design created their inspirational vision for a workspace, elegantly balancing functional requirements for nowadays designers with artistic touches.
A graphic hand-knotted Tibetan rug by San Francisco artist Rex Ray sets the free-spirited tone for a funky downtown pied-a-terre.
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Following a dramatic renovation, personalized interiors came together around themes sourced from paintings by the artist-occupant of this luxury apartment on Central Park South.
Central Park West Apartment
A large apartment high above Central Park delivers the poetry of craft expressed through the artisanal glass and sculptural carved wood.
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Greenwich Village Penthouse
Exuberantly embroidered full-length curtains soften the clean lines of the modernist furniture in a sun-splashed New York penthouse.
Central Park Penthouse
A restful palette and calming, understated furnishings define luxury at this tailored penthouse overlooking Central Park.
Kips Bay Showhouse
For the Kips Bay Showhouse, seven artisan collaborations yielded the likes of hand-loomed fabrics and custom enameling. Sculptor Kevin Inkawich’s botanical mobile of dried wildflowers hung from stainless wire.
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Custom tie-dye wall coverings and fabrics custom-created in honor of Maya Romanoff’s 40th Anniversary in an opulent transformation of the 7th floor at Bergdorf Goodman’s legendary Fifth Avenue flagship.
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