design firm: Eve Robinson Associates

Paul M. Jones designed the bench in the central gallery, where bronze mullions punctuate the back-painted glass paneling - INTERIOR DESIGN 

In the foyer, John Therien's credenza & Tyler Hays's captain's mirror - INTERIOR DESIGN 

In the living & dining room of this NY apartment, Eve Robinson dropped the ceiling, so it aligns with the top of the window, & concealed storage behind the cerused-oak paneling. Against it sits a settee by T.H. Ro - INTERIOR DESIGN 

A pair of French '40's lacquered armchairs, reupholstered in a cotton blend, face Clodagh's drum tables in steel & concrete - INTERIOR DESIGN 

Bronze & glass, the living area's cocktail table is French 1970's - INTERIOR DESIGN 

HervĂ© Van der Straeten gilt-bronze basket - INTERIOR DESIGN 

A Brazilian bronze sculpture in the living area - INTERIOR DESIGN 

German mid-century porcelain vases on Victoria Hagan's console in the living area - INTERIOR DESIGN 

The dining area centers on Christian Liaigre's table, complemented by leather-upholstered chairs, a bronze chandelier, & a custom wool rug. The print is by Mel Bochner - INTERIOR DESIGN 

1940's sideboard by Suzanne Guiguichon sits beneath a print by Tara Donovan in the living area - INTERIOR DESIGN 

In the kitchen, Bertjan Pot's pendant fixture hangs over the Eero Saarinen table & Andrew Jones chairs - INTERIOR DESIGN 

Jonathan Adler table & linen-covered pillows jazz up a sleeper sofa - INTERIOR DESIGN 

An antique wooden architectural model - INTERIOR DESIGN 

West African bottle stoppers in the husband's office - INTERIOR DESIGN 

The master bedroom's credenza by Hays faces a bench by Paul Mathieu - INTERIOR DESIGN 

Liaigre's bed backs up to the linen-upholstered wall of the master bedroom, which also features a photograph by Robert Longo - INTERIOR DESIGN 

. . . so, you know i work for a furniture design firm - here are a few photos of a renovation project we were happy to be a part of. we've worked with Eve Robinson Associates - http://www.everobinson.net/ - in the past & had the opportunity to design a set of white lacquer side tables for this project, which was a renovation/expansion of a NY condominium. 

she's a fabulous interior designer! her style is sophisticated & modern with a fresh & unpretentious approach. we are honored to have her as a client!

i love my job!

article: Expect the Unexpected by Jane Margolies 
photos: Eric Laignel http://ericlaignel.com/home.html

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