It “makes vague reference to the classical Ionic order,” Katherine Newman says of the library in a postmodern Toronto house she designed with architectural designer/builder Peter Cebulak. The room’s finely carved capitals are complemented by a great numbe
The cozy, dark wood library with verre eglomise by in the upper panels in an apartment project we collaborated on with where we were inspired by the stripped-down aesthetic of Austrian architect Adolf Loos.
In my NYC days, we spent many weekends at my friend Michael Wager’s house in Roxbury CT. We played bridge around the clock, with occasional breaks for food and rest. His house was a restored barn chock-a-block full of books, antiques and memories.