Clive Lonstein’s designstudio was found five years ago and incorporates creative and experienced designers.
Clive’s career has gone through Studio Sofield where he served as a Design Director. Furthermore he served as a Vice President at Tiffany & Co.
His design and particular use of form, color and materials come from the combination his architecturaltraining and his background in fine art.
The design studio which Lonstein owns is located in a historic McKim, Mead & White building in downtown Manhattan. The studio contains a rich library of materials from which to draw inspiration.
We introduce you to some of their recent projects.
The Aspen house brings inspirationfrom the surrounding winter landscape to create a showcase for a contemporary art collection and artisan-crafted pieces.
Unique vintage furniturefrom the Paris flea market and custom-built piecesstand out against the backdrop of reclaimed barnwood, Colorado buff local stone, custom bronze metal work and cashmere upholstered walls.
Geometric lines, earth tones and carefully curated materialsprovide an ever-so-subtle nod to 1970s Aspen.
2) New York
Elements like a grey lacquer library and white and grey marble throughout the apartment are accented with an electric-blue lacquer and straw marquetry cabinet.
The renovation of this Upper West Side Renaissance Revival townhousebrings together strong and identifiable influences that span several decades from the 1940s to the 1980s.
The palette of this Hudson Yards officeprovides a neutral canvas on which to feature a spectacular collection of art.
This privately owned and operated airport in Seattle provides a bespoke and curated travel experience, with its cozy fireplacesand brown saddle-leather seating.