In some occasions we come across opportunity to work with a vintage piece that requires a restoration or pursue a new direction. Our client purchased an older Noguchi cyclone table with a damaged top. The table was designated to be the centerpiece of children"s playroom and we decided to strip the surface of the plastic laminate and transform the existing surface into a fresh and new look.
In keeping with the original base, we recruited David Lindberg, a local artist who specializes in resin work to reconstruct the tabletop. The old top was treated with layers of color, translucent surface, cut-outs and abstract pattern, giving it a new life with multiplicity of uses appreciated by the playful cats.
After receiving his Architecture degree from The Cooper Union, Peter Pawlak began his decade of architecture career at the Gwathmey Siegel Architects, now the Gwathmey Siegel Kaufman Architects. During the time he took part in a variety of award winning residences alongside Charles Gwathmey (1938-2009), son of a painter and photographer coming from New York school of five and is credited with the introduction of modern houses in Long Island Hamptons area is a great influence to Peter Pawlak’s modern design.
Peter’s warm and elegant taste in interior decorating softens the masculine line of architecture after leaving Gwathmey Seigel. Leading Peter Pawlak Design Studio into elegant, clean modernism, appreciated by his client for more than another decade.
For many years, we get our projects based on referrals from owners, brokers, and contractors whom we have worked with and established a reputation. Peter is highly recommended for incorporating architecture design into interior decorating, resulting in a unique selection of customized furniture, fabrics, and art work.
Time and care are devoted to cooperate with craftsman and local artists regardless the scope of work, in return we have a high quality collection of projects not only recommended by our clients, but also recognized by Elle Décor, New York Time, New York Magazine, Architectural Digest, and etc.
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